✮✮✮❀❀❀ The I-Ching Wisdom ❀❀❀✮✮✮
is an indispensable guide for anyone who is serious about understanding and applying the ancient Chinese principles and practices of I-Ching, also known as the world’s oldest oracle.
For both I-Ching masters or novices, the I-Ching Wisdom provides a perfect introduction to the foundations and workings of this ancient art. For the first time ever, the 64 pieces of I-Ching hexagrams are represented by picture cards rendered as traditional Chinese folk-art. It unveils the mysteries of the wisdom of I-Ching for beginners and experts. There is nothing to memorize, but insightful, easy and fun to use. It also provides inspiring answers to burning questions on your wishes, loves, career, health and just about everything.
You too, can master I-Ching in a couple of minutes!
Mr Albert Cheung(BSc.Tech) is a scholar and teacher on the subject of Chinese wisdom. His interests in the subject dated from early school days when he discovered that scientific phenomena go much deeper than causality: day to day causes and effect.
To popularize and share his knowledge on the subject, he has created and designed a wide range of books and products :”Success on all levels”, “The I-Ching Tarot”, the “I-Ching Pictorial Guide”, the “Strategy & Tactics (card & book set)”, etc.. In 2002, Albert was awarded the Innovative Entrepreneur award (by the Junior Chamber of Commerce) for his innovative design of the I-Ching Tarot (Innovative creation of the 64 pieces of I-Ching pictures or tarot cards as a tool of divination as well as inspiration and enlightenment).
Currently he is a visiting lecturer at the HK Polytechnic University and the Chinese University, teaching subjects on I-Ching, The Art of War, Creativity, etc. He also writes articles for magazines, periodicals and is frequently interviewed by TV, and magazines for prediction of events and views of things in the aspects of Chinese wisdom. (Albert was invited for interview by CNN in 2006, 2007 & 2011, to give prediction on local and world events)
Master Albert can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org