I Ching, oracle, book and aid.

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About this app

The app answers the question: “What shall I do?” In the answer your current situation is described, and suggestions are made to continue your situation or to change it.
Can be used as a guide, a "lantern", as an oracle and for reference.
Contains the complete Book of Changes and options for if you wish to throw coins yourselves.

Clear language texts © Jack Boukens and Dolly Nurzinski, with "Dick Bruna" inspired illustrations © Dol.
Updated on
Nov 4, 2016

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533 reviews
Rogério Pereira
November 26, 2020
Excellent app for the consultation and study of the I-Ching. I love the design, the easiness of use and the quick way of consulting the virtual coins. It's really good to have an automatic saving of the history and I also like the option to use real coins. All in all a perfect app, with no ads and an awesome end result. Kudos to the Dutch dev and the Australian lady that did the graphic work. Many thanks!
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A Google user
October 27, 2019
At least this app does changing lines, many don't. The actual app. is nicely done. However the brief texts often bear no relation to the text of the Yijing. Sometimes they are completely wrong. They can also be fairly crass and tend to close the image-inal window rather than inviting exploration of the time. Having said that the text is better than many 'simplifieds'. In response to the author's reply below: Based on 20 years working with Dr Karcher and 40 years study (too many sources to list Inc. Chinese) My view that your commentary is poor is accurate. One of the key areas in which it fails is that it uses explicit language, rather than implicit. This closes the imaginal field and often the text guesses at the situation. And, BTW Jung never wrote on the I Ching, neither did Laozi, nor Confucius.
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Jack Boukens
November 9, 2019
Hi again Kevin :-) Did you not know Carl Jung wrote the foreword to the Wilhelm/Baynes edition of the I Ching, and he practiced it for 30 years before meeting Wilhelm? Or the commentaries of Confucius? :-) My father and I wrote these texts to reflect the ancient wisdom and truths, based on actual study for those who want a light along their way :-)
Ronald Harper
January 31, 2022
This app has an incredible amount of very concise interpretative information! Fun graphics. This is a great app! It has a contemporary feel to it, but still an air of authenticity.
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