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First of all, I must make notice the great effort in the modern reinterpretation of an ancient book like this by the authors. However, I realized that the new points of view, though outstanding in order to discipline the way we think, maybe they lack of the suggestive capability inherent to I Ching as it has been known through the centuries. So the Sage talks to us through suggestions that seem to appear from the diverse and complex symbolism of each hexagram in an intimate and different manner for each individual.
Reading the book I couldn't avoid to perceive a bit of dogmatism. In fact the authors get rid without much explanation (a few paragraphs) of Confuncius' view after… Read more