Remember our free Friday night lecture tomorrow on the Yi Jing (I Ching) from 7-8p. This will be an overview of this amazing ancient Chinese divination text. To begin your own personal journey to know the book join our Yi Jing Mastery Class! The first one will be this Sunday the 11th 12-4p at TLC. $25. (And remember that Sunday is the time change- spring forward!). Just walk on down for the lecture! For the class register with Emaline at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502.330.4233!
Join us for our free 2nd Friday Lecture on March 9th! This lecture will discuss the Yi Jing (I Ching- often translated as The Book of Changes), a classic Chinese divination text that traces its origin to well before 2000 B.C. Learn the history behind the text and learn to use the divination techniques at home. A truly wonderful addition to one's life! Friday March 9th, 7-8p. TLC in the blue room. The Friday night lecture is free and open to the public. Refreshments provided
The Friday night lecture is a small introduction to a series of 1-day intensives on the classical Chinese divination text the Yi Jing. The first 1-day intensive is the Sunday after the lecture, Sunday March 11th. In this class we will share our knowledge on the text: including history, translation recommendations, learn to read hexagrams, learn the trigrams, etc. This first class will go over the basics from an intellectual standpoint, and from a personal standpoint you will begin to build your own relationship with the book. First course in a series of 3 courses for building mastery.
1-day intensive class Sunday March 11th 12-4p. $25 a person. Contact Emaline at email@example.com or call 502-330-4233 to register.
And from the great Irish mystic Lorna Byrne: "Christmas is a time to put aside any differences or irritations within our families and our community. Let us all try this Christmas to open our hearts even to those who we may have had rows with or not talked to for years. Sometimes families have fought over things which on reflection are quite trivial, families have fought over money, over things said or done. Sometimes after a marriage break up or a divorce people can end up quite isolated – even homeless. This is a time for opening your heart – and your door and welcoming people in... By making someone feel wanted this Christmas, by showing them some love you can give the gift of hope this Christmas – you can be a lifeline to someone by reaching out with a pure heart and expecting nothing in return."
For some enlightening summer reading check out "The Web that Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine" by Ted Kaptchuk and "Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine" by Harriet Beinfield and Efrem Korngold. Available at Frankfort's Paul Sawyer Public Library! These are great comprehensive guides to the theory and practice of CCM.
If you are one who believes or is interested in angels and spirits, then read (I just listened to the cd version- yet again at Paul Sawyer Library!) "Angels in My Hair" by Lorna Byrne. Lorna is an Irish mystic who sees angels and spirits, and this book is her life story. She is alive today living in Ireland. Really amazing. And the audio version has a woman reading in an Irish accent- always fun!