Month: November 2017

Using Questions to Uncover Our “Frozen Assets”

Conventionally, people engage with I-Ching by formulating a question and consulting for answers. Yet the guidelines I provided to craft an inquiry is a self-reflective process without formulating any specific question. Why? On the surface, asking a question is a perfectly valid way to engage with I-Ching. However, if we zoom into the finer nature …

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Attention as a Resource

When people apply the five-element lens to examine a situation, they often experience some strong feelings that surprise them. These feelings usually point to a dilemma, a conflict or a wound beyond their current capacity to resolve or heal. For example, people may become aware of a part of themselves that has been expelled from …

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