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Thursday 1 April 2010

One Minute Wisdom

Your own “Magic” Window

Look out your window today and, like it or not, you’ll see what you want to see. Surrealist René Magritte captures this notion so gracefully in his painting “The Human Condition “(above).

And on a 6 Heaven Day, you can have a clearer more focussed view than usual. In I Ching Astrology it is ruled by the Father Trigram, which will give you a natural sense of productive order.

My view of the view for your Birth Star is:

1 Water Star: Your sense of accomplishment will bloom.
2 Earth Star: Rest and recuperation is what you need, even if you don’t feel like it.
3 Thunder Star: Your gaze will naturally focus on what you need to get done.
4 Wind Star: Look into your imagination to find great creativity.
5 T’ai Chi Star: Watch carefully and build on recent momentum.
6 Heaven Star: Keep a strong focus in the ever-moving canvas of your life.
7 Lake Star: A day of clearly seeing how you can help others.
8 Mountain Star: The view from your mountain will calm and soothe you.
9 Fire Star: Best today to turn your gaze within and reflect on your own and the wisdom of others.

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What is I Ching Astrology?

I Ching Astrology is the most ancient astrological system. Over 5,000 years old, it shares the same heritage and philosophy as the I Ching, the world's oldest book.

As ancient as it is, it is simple to use. You can easily find out:

  • About yourself and the others in your life
  • How best to spend your time and direct your energy in any given month or year
  • The most advantageous places to be in

Deeply rooted in nature, I Ching Astrology was once known as the farmers' almanac. Its signs are named after the elements, the seasons and other imagery from the natural world. Scientists are convinced the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching anticipated the genetic code.

It's amazing influence further extends into the digital age, the father of computer code Gotfried Leibnitz developed the binary system from his study of the I Ching.

Without it, almost unbelievably, you would not be reading this on your computer screen today.

Now with I Ching Astrology, you can start to decode the significance of your Birth Star and your life as it unfolds.

Listen to Jon's brief introduction to this ancient, yet easy to use, system. (Click on the audio player)

To discover your Birth Star, use our Star Finder 

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