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Thailand Election 2023: I Predict Opposition Win Using Yijing

Using Yijing Divination, I randomly generated Hexagram 24 Return. This means there will be a return to the previous norm, that means opposition will win.
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Self Leadership and How Yijing Yin and Yang can Help in Self Leadership

Self-leadership is the process of taking responsibility for one's personal growth, development, and well-being. It involves setting personal goals, creating a vision for one's life, and actively managing one's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to achieve those goals. Self-leadership requires self-awareness, self-motivation, and self-discipline. The Yijing, also known as the Book of Changes, is an ancient Chinese text that is based on the concept of yin and yang. Yin and yang represent complementary, yet opposing, forces that are present in all aspects of life. Yin is associated with darkness, femininity, and passivity, while yang is associated with light, masculinity, and activity. In the context of self-leadership, the Yijing can be a helpful tool for understanding the balance between yin and yang energies in oneself. By recognizing and embracing both aspects, individuals can achieve a state of equilibrium and maximize their personal effectiveness. For example, someone who

Hexagram 20: Guan (Observing)

Today is 20th of April, and let's learn Hexagram 20 Guan 观 Observing: This 6-line hexagram comprises two 3-line trigrams: Xun (Wind) trigram above the Kun (earth) trigram. It means your inner world (Kun) absorbs information while the external world is moving (Xun). This hexagram represents the idea of observing and studying things in order to gain knowledge and understanding. A symbol of introspection and self-reflection. Lesson: Take a step back and consider your actions and decisions before moving forward. A time to cultivate inner stillness and receptivity, allowing new insights and ideas to arise naturally. However, the hexagram also warns against becoming too absorbed in introspection, as this can lead to a sense of detachment and isolation from the world. Find a balance between inner contemplation and engagement with the world, using our insights to make positive changes and contribute to the greater good. Definitely very timely for us as we prepare for our day of work. Happy

TikTok Algorithm – The Definitive Guide by Brandon Doyle

  TikTok Algorithm – The Definitive Guide by Brandon Doyle at As of March 2023, TikTok has over 1 billion users with over 150 million in the U.S. alone. If your business targets people from 13 to 60, you have to be on Tik Tok as Tik Tok is the fastest growing social media app now.  H ere is the definitive breakdown of how the TikTok algorithm works. Subset of Users When a video is uploaded to TikTok, the For You algorithm shows it first to a small subset of users. These people may or may not follow the creator already, but TikTok has determined they may be more likely to engage with the video (based on their past behavior). If this initial group responds positively by either liking, sharing, or watching the entire video at a rate higher than what is normal for that account—TikTok then shows it to more people who it thinks share similar interests. That same process then repeats itself, and if this positive feedback loop happ

Oldest Book in the World is Made Up of Lines

The oldest book in the world is made up of symbols of lines.  The I-Ching, or Yi Jing , is an ancient Chinese divination text and the oldest of the Chinese classics. Its history is at least 7,000 years old and there are 3 primary authors: Fu Xi, King Wen of the Zhou Dynasty and Confucius. Four Facts about Yijing: 1. It is based on a system of Yin and Yang, the two opposing forces that permeate all things in the universe. The Yang is represented by an unbroken line while the Yin is represented by 2 broken lines of the same length. It is said that when you break the unbroken Yang line into 2, the 2 lines are called Yin. 2. Yijing explains the 8 phenomena of life: a. The universe and sky, b. The earth c. Quake and thunder d. River and water e. Fire f. Lake and pond g. Mountain h. Wind 3. The above 8 phenomena are represented by symbols of 3 lines, called The 8 Trigrams or Ba Gua. The 3 lines could be any combination of Yin or Yang lines. There are 8 such combinations. 4. Each of the 8

Is There a Common Theme Among Yijing 64 Hexagrams?

After writing a book on the 64 Hexagrams, I find a common theme among them. The 64 hexagrams of Yijing or I Ching (also known as the Book of Changes) are a set of symbolic representations that can be used to understand and interpret the various aspects of life and the world around us. Each hexagram is made up of six lines, with each line either solid or broken, and each hexagram is associated with a particular meaning or theme. Some of the common themes that can be found among the 64 hexagrams include: 1. Change and transformation : Yijing is often used as a tool for divination and understanding the cyclical nature of change in the world around us. Many of the hexagrams deal with the idea of change and transformation, and how to navigate these shifts in life. 2. Balance and harmony : Many of the hexagrams focus on the idea of balance and harmony in life, and how to achieve and maintain this equilibrium. 3. Action and inaction : Yijing focuses on appropriate action and inaction, and how

Top 49 Attributes of Yin and Yang

  Yin Yang 1. Dark, dull, black, dark-colored Light, bright, white, whitish 2. Weak, Soft, Cold Strong, hard, hot 3. Female Male 4. Even number Odd number 5. 0, round figure, adding up, multiply 1, odd figure, minus, divide 6. Hidden, submerged, invisible, inner Exposed, emerged, visible, outer 7. Negative Positive 8. Unconscious, subconcious Conscious 9. Stationery, movement not obvious Moving, obvious movement 10. Slow Fast 11. Passive Active 12. Right Left 13. Heart Head 14. Back Front 15. Four fingers