Lit up with the Dalai Lama – POB blog on learning a lesson
The I Ching is a divination system designed for strategic decision-making. Do it yourself to improve intuition and timing as one tool of a visionary decision-making system based on Paulo’s experience as a successful entrepreneur, I Ching author, meditation teacher and host of Pathways.
Our guest this week on Pathways is Jay Ponteri, author of the new memoir Wedlocked, which was awarded the 2014 Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction. Jay directs the undergraduate creative writing program at Marylhurst University and Show: Tell, The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists. He is the founding editor of both the online …read more
Friendships usually begin by meeting someone at work or school or in a social group. You are open to new people, discover that you have something in common with some of them and decide to enhance the experience of common interests with the spice of good companionship. Shared interests and experiences become the basis for …read more
Visionary I Ching now available as App, E-book or online reference!
Our poetic version of the I Ching is now available as a cool Smartphone/iPad App, an illustrated E-book or via online lookup. This is a major upgrade of the user-friendly I Ching text composed for Synchronicity software in 1989, the Oracle of Changes CD-Rom and Tarot.com. This non-sexist, non-militaristic interpretation of the world’s deepest oracle has evolved nicely and is now accompanied by 64 beautiful I Ching paintings by Joan Larimore. To procure The Visionary Ching E-Book, click here.
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