Inner Structure of the I Ching

Inner Structure of the I Ching

English | 1981 | ISBN: 0935706003 | 202 Pages | PDF | 207.1 MB

One of the first Westerners to study Tibetan Buddhism (he described himself as a German national of Indian heritage, who was a member of a Tibetan Buddhist order), he began his study and practice prior to the Chinese invasion and eventual takeover of Tibet. Granted the I Ching is not Tibetan or Buddhist, but Govinda was widely traveled and learned, particularly for his day. Govinda came to be so intimate in his understanding, that he was able to reorder some of the hexagrams which had gotten out of their proper places through historical mistakes.


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