Published by Singing Dragon
Hardback: £25.00 / $39.95
2011, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 336pp
ISBN: 978-1-84819-083-2, BIC 2: VXFD
'The great strength of Richard Bertschinger's rendition of the Yijing is that it is both a personal interpretation and one that is based on scholarship of the Chinese language. For millions of Chinese who have read the Yijing over the millennia understanding its ideas has been part of a lived experience, a personal journey. This edition also encourages the reader to place themselves at the centre of understanding; to understand it from the inside, not as an external observer.'
- Ian Appleyard, course director of degree programmes at the London Confucius Institute for Traditional Chinese Medicine, UK
'Richard Bertschinger's new translation of the Book of Change is poetical and perceptive, revealing aspects of this enigmatic work that may easily pass unnoticed. Whether the reader is interested in the cosmology of the Change, or wants to experiment with it as a divination manual, they will find inspiration in this translation.'
- Fabrizio Pregadio, Taoist scholar and translator, and researcher at the University of Erlangen, Germany
'As a scholar and practitioner, Richard Bertschinger has devoted much time and interest to researching ancient Chinese philosophy. This new translation and commentary on the Yijing is an exceptionally fine piece of work, creating an easy-to-understand interpretation of the shamanic oracle of China for modern times.'
- Dr Jidong Wu, PhD, senior lecturer in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Middlesex University, UK
'Reading through this translation of the Yijing by my old friend Richard Bertschinger, I was struck by his deep respect for the wisdom and living spirit of this ancient text, always allowing the oracle to speak for itself. Our practice is to become still enough to hear its voice.'
- Shi Jing, 31st generation Dragon Gate priest and Chairman of the British Taoist Association, UK
'An essential book for anyone interested in Humanity's relationship with Heaven and Earth. Richard's scholarship opens a door to the rich imagery of the Yijing, illuminating its relevance for our time. Its insights guide us in adapting to change, whilst orienting ourselves within the awareness of that which is beyond change.'
- Alan Hext, acupuncturist, zero balancer and co-author of Jing Shen, UK
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