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○What is Classic of Changes ?
In life, things sometimes go smoothly according to one's wishes and sometimes don't. Especially when you feel some difficulties, it is important to understand the sign of that period, which is always changing, know yourself, and deal with things wisely.
Classic of Changes (I Ching or IChing) deciphers the sign of the times and indicates if it is an opportune time for your wish. You will learn so much from the advice that Classic of Changes offers. Don't ever forget that all things keep changing.

○How to look at Classic of Changes
Eight symbols that are constructed from yin and yang make up the inner trigram (lower trigram) and outer trigram (upper trigram). The inner trigram shows mainly the internal aspect of mind, the internal side of things and something lower or younger, where the outer hexagram shows outer circumstances, the other party and something superior or older. From the relationship of the inside and outside symbols, the condition of the times is judged, and from the state of yin and yang (moving yin: ×, moving yang: ○), the suitable time for opportunity is judged. It is also important to consider the latter judgments by the moving lines.

○How to read Classic of Changes
Start envisioning a specific question on things that have made you feel at a loss at this moment. Basically, do one reading per question.
If you learn Classic of Changes and understand the dynamics of the changing times, you will get a sense of the inside and outside symbols without reading Classic of Changes and be able to evaluate the signs.

○How to post your tweet on Twitter
If you don't have an account for Twitter, please sigh up for free at http://twitter.com.
1. Tap the twitter button on the screen of your fortune's reading result.
2. Enter the username and password for your Twitter account (only the first time).
3. A photographic image of your fortune's reading result will be uploaded onto twitpic.com.
4. The link to the photographic image will appear in the entry space of Tweet. Then, write your tweet, tap the update button, and then your posting onto twitter.com is complete.