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Buddha Wisdom

Yi Jing Divination-Bagua

Yi Jing Divination-Bagua

Introduction to fortune telling in the book of changes.

Everyone's fate corresponds to a divinatory symbol. In short, one of the eight divinatory symbols in the book of changes is his corresponding divinatory symbol. What we want most in the world is "wealth, wealth and longevity". No one wants to be poor in life, but life is often unhappy. It is fate that chooses us rather than me. Sometimes knowledge is in vain. The simple and easy method of meter divination is introduced below.

Everyone should know that the "meter divination" is one of the traditional divination algorithms in China. How can we calculate it? First, let's talk about the eight trigrams. It says that the two instruments are divided into four symbols, the four symbols are divided into eight trigrams, and the eight trigrams are divided into 64 trigrams. Each hexagram has six trigrams, and 64 times 6 equals 384. It's just the same as the 384 trigrams in the book of changes. Of course, the words of each school are different. The method of meter divination is to place 1080 round rice grains in a round bowl as a divination artifact, When divining, first ask the gods and Buddhas to give spiritual power, then tell the inquirer the basic information and divination matters, and then grab the rice grain with both fingers at will for three times to break the divination.
The detailed process is as follows: select a cup of "complete" rice grains, about nine minutes full, and put them on the God table.
1. Remember and meditate on the questions to be asked.
2. Burn incense and read the blessing of God.
3. Take out the rice grains with your index finger and thumb. If it is less than eight, count it. If it is more than eight, divide it by eight. The rest is the next divination.
4. Pick up the rice grains again and count them according to the above method. The rest is the upper hexagram.
5. For the third time, pick up the rice grain as a change of divination. If it exceeds six, divide it by six, and the rest is the change of divination.
According to the above methods, this divination and its changes can be measured, and divinatory symbols can be used to account for things.
Usually, the fortune teller will ask you to find a handful of rice and put it on the plate for three times. The first one is set as "upper divination", the second one as "lower divination", and the third one as "variable".

Shanggua, also called external Gua in numerology, mainly represents the influence of external environment. In terms of asking about feelings, gossip is the situation faced by the parties. For example, there are many competitors or other events that affect your heart.
Divination, also called internal divination, mainly represents the influence of one's own conditions. In terms of emotional matters, internal divination is the conditions for the parties concerned, such as your educational background, heterosexual relationship, luck.
Combining the upper hexagram with the lower hexagram to form a six hexagram is the situation of the whole event. The term "elephant" is certainly not the one in the zoo. It refers to the phenomenon of the environment. The upper hexagram is the earth and the lower hexagram is the Lihuo hexagram, so the upper and lower Hexagrams are combined into a earth fire Ming Yi hexagram.
Variables are the basis for the general fortune teller to tell the guests the results. They are the movements in a divinatory symbol. Only when there are movements can there be changes, and only when there are variables can there be results. For example, when money changes in the divinatory symbol, the fortune teller will tell you that "money has never conquered parents, and money has never been an official ghost in the next life", and then judge whether the event you ask is good or bad, and when it will produce results. As for the question that most people will ask, is it accurate? In fact, if the divination is not accurate, how can it exist in the traditional culture for more than 3000 years! Of course, there is definitely not only one factor for the accuracy. Whether the mood of the party concerned is sincere or not, resulting in the accuracy and inaccuracy of divinatory symbols! Whether the fortune teller can understand the divination is also the key to accuracy! I often use painting as a metaphor for divination. The person concerned drew a painting with his mind, while the fortune teller interpreted the painting with his major. If the painter himself was there to help, you wouldn't be wrong! But if the parties are confused and the fortune teller has no basic Kung Fu, then he can only pray for probability.

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