The Dallas Yi Jing (I Ching) Meetup

  • March 23, 2013 · 1:00 PM
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The Dallas Yi Jing (I Ching) Meetup gets together once a month, usually on the fourth Saturday of each month.

Saturday, March 22, 2013: We continue our discussion of how the hexagrams relate to the nuclear hexagrams.  This month we will study the four hexagrams that have Hexagram 54 (The Marrying Maiden) as their nuclear hexagram:

Hexagram 54 歸妹 (guī mèi) The Marrying Maiden

Hexagram 11 泰 (tài) Peace
Hexagram 18 蠱' (gŭ) Correcting; Work on what has been spoiled
Hexagram 26 大畜 Great Accumulation
Hexagram 46 升 (shēng) Ascending; Pushing Upward

See the discussion on Nuclear Hexagrams for details.

Our meetings begin with a light lunch, and then we study together one of the sixty-four Yi Jing hexagrams in detail, or study two or more related hexagrams. The lunch is often a potluck lunch at a member's home, but sometimes we decide to meet at a local tea house or restaurant. Please refer to the meeting announcement for more specific details about the meeting for that month.

No prior knowledge of the Yi Jing (I Ching) is required. Our members have different levels of experience and different approaches. We welcome all who would like to attend.

Those people that have translations of the Yi Jing are encouraged to bring their translations to the meeting. A portion of the meeting usually includes a comparison of the different translations. Extra copies of English translations of the Yi Jing are available for those that do not have a translation.

Our meetings usually last 2+ hours, but people are free to leave the meeting whenever they need to go.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact our organizers.



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  • Yonathan

    This is great. Where? Coffee house.

    March 19, 2013

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