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The I Ching: An Introduction to its Use and Value in Daily Life

Saturday, June 10th, 2-4pm

with Satya Doyle Byock, MA, LPC

*Sold Out* Thank you!

sculpture by Walter De Maria, 64 Hexagrams of the  IChing,  on view now at Dia:Beacon - (photo by Bill Jacobson)

sculpture by Walter De Maria, 64 Hexagrams of the IChing, on view now at Dia:Beacon - (photo by Bill Jacobson)

The I Ching was a close companion of many leaders and sages in times of social conflict, and to Jung in the middle of two world wars. 

Please join us for an intimate two-hour gathering to learn about the ancient Taoist oracle The I Ching, and how to use its support in daily life, decision making, and in wrestling with your own way to respond to the current times.

Through an integrated understanding of the natural rhythm of yin and yang, we can use The I Ching to navigate the descent of darkness in the world and work appropriately towards the return of the light.

We'll learn how to use this method of divination and experience its immediate response and value. There will be plenty of time for questions and engagement and self-exploration. 

When: Saturday, June 10th, 2-4pm
Where: a home in inner NE
Guide: Satya Doyle Byock, MA, LPC
Cost: $35 - suggested donation, all amounts accepted

Please Bring: A journal and something to write with; a copy of the IChing, preferably the R.L. Wing translation and workbook. (Typically available at Powell's).

If you cannot get a copy ahead of time, I will have a few extra available for use during class.