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DIY: I-Ching & Modern Feng Shui 易經與現代風水 (English Version)

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9789869306515
Roger Wu 吳治逸
鑫富樂文教
2016年9月02日
193.00  元
HK$ 164.05
省下 $28.95
 
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ISBN:9789869306515
  • 叢書系列:宗教命理
  • 規格:平裝 / 288頁 / 8k菊
    宗教命理


  • 宗教命理 > 命相/命理 > 風水











      ●Bilingual languages: English is the main, Chinese is the complemental. Let you and foreigners discuss and practice I-Ching & Feng Shui easily.

      本書以英文為主、中文為輔,協助您透過英文與外國人解說討論易經風水!



      ●To explain as accurately as possible the Steps of I-Ching divination and providing real example in English and Chinese.

      精確的卜卦中英文DIY步驟與實例分享。 ?



      ●Comprehensive charts, tables and examples.

      大量圖形化、表格化與實例。



      ●The dragon over the fields, the dragon flying over the sky and the Taijiquan theory; these all originated from I-Ching.

      見龍在田、飛龍在天與太極拳拳理,皆源於易經哲理。



      ●I-Ching widely involves astronomy, geography, human relationships, science, life, health and life philosophy. Besides, Feng Shui is an important tool for house buying, interior decoration and business management. This book provides you with easy to understand explanations and suggestions. This will aid you and foreigners discuss and practice I-Ching & Feng Shui easily.

      易經與風水是涵蓋天文、地理環境、人際關係、科學、生活、健康與遵循應對的哲學,更是您購屋、室內設計與企業經營的必備資訊!本書透過淺顯易懂的論述建議,有助於您與外國人討論與活用易經與風水!



      Key Features:



      1.Quickly to learn the essential application of I-Ching & Feng Shui.

      快速了解易經風水的要點。



      2.To explain the steps of I-Ching divination and providing real life example.

      卜卦DIY步驟與實例分享。



      3.Use of comprehensive charts, table and examples for your discussion and practice.

      大量圖形化、表格化與實例,便於您的討論與運用!



      4.Chinese version please see易經風水DIY:易經與現代風水.





    自序 Preface………………………………………………………………………2

    伏羲六十四卦次序圖 Fu Xi sixty-four trigrams…………………………………8

    64卦名中英對照表 64 Gua Table in Chinese & English ………………………14



    第一篇 易經 Part One:I-Ching



    Ch1 易經卜卦步驟實例與基礎

    I-Ching divination, examples and basic concepts …………………………16



    Ch2 六十四卦精要與建言 I-Ching Contents and Suggestions ……………37

    1. 乾:乾為天 Chian ……………………………………………………………37

    2. 坤:坤為地 Kun ………………………………………………………………40

    3. 屯:水雷屯 Tuen ………………………………………………………………43

    4. 蒙:山水蒙 Meng ……………………………………………………………46

    5. 需:水天需 Shiu ………………………………………………………………49

    6. 訟:天水訟 Soong ……………………………………………………………52

    7. 師:地水師 Shi …………………………………………………………………55

    8. 比:水地比 Bi …………………………………………………………………58

    9. 小畜:風天小畜 Shiao-Shiu …………………………………………………61

    10. 履:天澤履 Lyu ………………………………………………………………64

    11. 泰:地天泰 Thai ……………………………………………………………67

    12. 否:天地否 Pi ………………………………………………………………70

    13. 同人:天火同人 Tong- Ren …………………………………………………72

    14. 大有:火天大有 Ta-Yu ……………………………………………………75

    15. 謙:地山謙 Qian ……………………………………………………………78

    16. 豫:雷地豫 Yu ………………………………………………………………80

    17. 隨:澤雷隨 Sui ………………………………………………………………83

    18. 蠱:山風蠱 Gu ………………………………………………………………86

    19. 臨:地澤臨 Lirn ………………………………………………………………89

    20. 觀:風地觀 Guan ……………………………………………………………92

    21. 噬嗑:火雷噬嗑 Shi-He ……………………………………………………95

    22. 賁:山火賁 Bih ……………………………………………………………98

    23. 剝:山地剝 Bo ………………………………………………………………101

    24. 復:地雷復 Fuh …………………………………………………………104

    25. 無妄:天雷無妄 Wuh-Whang ……………………………………………106

    26. 大畜:山天大畜 Da-Shiu …………………………………………………109

    27. 頤:山雷頤 Yi ………………………………………………………………112

    28. 大過:澤風大過 Da-Guo ……………………………………………………115

    29. 坎:坎為水 Kaan ………………………………………………………118

    30. 離:離為火 Li …………………………………………………………121

    31. 咸:澤山咸 Shian ………………………………………………………123

    32. 恆:雷風恆 Heng ………………………………………………………126

    33. 遯:天山遯 Duen ………………………………………………………129

    34. 大壯:雷天大壯 Da-Juang ……………………………………………132

    35. 晉:火地晉 Jin …………………………………………………………135

    36. 明夷:地火明夷 Ming-Yi ………………………………………………137

    37. 家人:風火家人 Jia-Ren …………………………………………………140

    38. 睽:火澤睽 Kui ……………………………………………………………143

    39. 蹇:水山蹇 Jian …………………………………………………………146

    40. 解:雷水解 Jie ……………………………………………………………149

    41. 損:山澤損 Suen …………………………………………………………151

    42. 益:風雷益 Yih …………………………………………………………154

    43. 夬:澤天夬 Guai ………………………………………………………157

    44. 姤:天風姤 Guo ………………………………………………………160

    45. 萃:澤地萃 Tsui ………………………………………………………163

    46. 升:地風升 Shen ………………………………………………………166

    47. 困:澤水困 Kuen……………………………………………………… 168

    48. 井:水風井 Jing……………………………………………………… 171

    49. 革:澤火革 Ger ………………………………………………………174

    50. 鼎:火風鼎 Ding ………………………………………………………177

    51. 震:震為雷 Jehn ………………………………………………………180

    52. 艮:艮為山 Gen ………………………………………………………183

    53. 漸:風山漸 Jiang……………………………………………………… 186

    54. 歸妹:雷澤歸妹 Gui-Mei ………………………………………………189

    55. 豐:雷火豐 Feng ………………………………………………………192

    56. 旅:火山旅 Lu……………………………………………………… 195

    57. 巽:巽為風 Xun ………………………………………………………198

    58. 兌:兌為澤 Duei ………………………………………………………201

    59. 渙:風水渙 Huan……………………………………………………… 203

    60. 節:水澤節 Jier ………………………………………………………206

    61. 中孚:風澤中孚 Zhong-Fu …………………………………………… 209

    62. 小過:雷山小過 Xiao-Guo ……………………………………………212

    63. 既濟:水火既濟 Jih-Jih ……………………………………………215

    64. 未濟:水火未濟 Weih-Jih ……………………………………………218



    第二篇 現代風水 Part Two:Modern Feng Shui

    1. 風水勘查實例 Feng Shui consultation examples ……………………221

    2. 風水基本概念 Basic Concepts of Feng Shui …………………………224

    3. 住屋之基本選擇 Easy guide to pick a house with good Feng Shu 240

    4. 門 Feng Shui and the front door …………………………………………241

    5. 臥室 Bedroom ………………………………………………………………246

    6. 廚房與餐廳 Kitchen &Dining Room …………………………………249

    7. 廁所與浴室 Toilets & Bathrooms …………………………………………251

    8. 窗戶與照明 Window & Lighting …………………………………252

    9. 神壇 Altar ……………………………………………………………253

    10. 樓梯 Stairways…………………………………………………………… 256

    11. 辦公室 Office…………………………………………………………… 256

    12. 財位與文昌位 Feng Shui Wealth Area & Study Luck Area……… 261

    13. 魚與魚缸 Fish and Fish Tanks ……………………………………261

    14. 儲藏室 Storage rooms……………………………………………… 264

    15. 假山 Rockworks…………………………………………………… 264

    16. 池塘 Ponds ……………………………………………………………265

    17. 植物 Plants ……………………………………………………………266

    18. 其他裝飾品 Other ornaments(decorations) ………………266

    19. 地下室 Basement ……………………………………………………268

    20. 水井 Wells………………………………………………………… 268

    21. 居家環境 Feng Shui tips for house and environment ………………269

    22. 房屋突出與凹陷 Protrusions and Hollowness ………………………271

    23. 圍牆 Fence? ……………………………………………………………273

    24. 路沖 T-Shaped Road …………………………………………………… 273

    25. 廟宇與教堂 Temple and Church ……………………………………274

    26. 橋 Bridge? ……………………………………………………………275

    27. 疾病 Sickness ……………………………………………………………276

    28. 不和諧 Disagreement ………………………………………………277

    29. 邊間屋(三角窗) Corner house …………………………………………277

    30. 麒麟 Kylin(a Chinese unicorn) …………………………………278

    31. 婚外情 Extramarital affairs …………………………………………279

    32. 雜項 Miscellaneous …………………………………………………280

    33. 常用納福添財制煞用品Popular traditional Feng Shui good luck charms ………………282



    易經難字註釋彙總( Hard words of I–Ching in phonetic symbols and explanation )? ………………………………………………………………286

    參考文獻 ( Reference Literature ) …………………………………………287





    Preface



      The Infinity (Endless Ultimate) gives rise to the Supreme Ultimate, the Supreme Ultimate gives rise to the Duality (Yin and Yang), the Duality generates four emblematic symbols and the four emblematic symbols engender eight basics Ba-Gua. The Infinity, which is boundless and eternal, signifies Yin and Yang in the primal order less chaos, without beginning and end. The Supreme Ultimate refers to endless space. The harmony of Human beings and the nature depends upon the seamless coordination of Yin and Yang. Four emblematic symbols are the spring equinox, the summer solstice, the autumn equinox and the winter solstice. Farmers in ancient times planned the farm work according to the four seasons. They sowed in spring, planted in summer, reaped in autumn and stored in winter. The Sage Fu-Xi applied Yin and Yang symbols (duality) to create primordial Ba-Gua. Xia-Yu later reinterpreted it to become the "Manifested Ba-Gua". King Wen of Zhou state overlapped the Ba-Gua (Eight Trigrams) and developed it into the current 64 Gua (64 Trigrams). I-Ching is one of the oldest Chinese classic texts. It was created collectively by the Sages in ancient China. "Variability"," Persistency" and "Simplicity" are the philosophy of I-Ching. Variability signifies that all creatures in the cosmos are constantly changing, which result in new phenomena. Persistency means although all creatures are changing constantly, there is still a universal truth, or so-called "law of being", governing everything. Simplicity means that after all creatures experienced changes, new situations occurred, but the creatures became adapted and everything co-existed peacefully once again. At the end, they live prosperously and successfully. Learning I-Ching will enable you to foresee the ins and outs of things. If a thing is handled according to the doctrine of the mean, it then complies with the "Persistency". Life is full of ups and downs. The uncertainty and changeability of life is "Variability". I-Ching teaches you to turn bad luck into good fortunes and help things go smoothly. This is called "Simplicity". From ancient times to the present day, all matter on earth and the life cycles of all living beings never fall outside of the scope of "Variability", "Persistency" and "Simplicity". Learning I-Ching will educate and inform you about the past and the present, which is exactly what the proverb "To know is difficult, to do is easy!" preaches. This book is attempting to interpret the 64 hexagrams and 384 yaos (lines on a trigram), providing 448 suggestions in total, allowing 64 hexagrams and 384 yaos be idiomized and easily understandable. I-Ching is also a book of divination, used as a tool to predict the future to relieve peoples doubts.



      The second part of the book– Modern Feng Shui provides readers with related knowledge of Feng Shui to improve the design and layout of a house to help the family live in harmony and prosperity. I was once invited to the US to do a Feng Shui consultation for a new bank. The consultation ranged from the choice of address, office layouts to grand opening. Many people in the West do not believe in Feng Shui. They tend to see it as a superstition. However, I always take the chance to explain to them. For example, the blood vessels in human bodies are influenced by the magnetic fields because there is iron in the vessels. Also, many people experience a sudden change of character as they are influenced by the axial tilt of the earth. In addition, there is a line between the center of northeast and southwest of a house. In feng shui, the line is called "the ghost gate line ". If a cat, a dog, or a mouse kept in a cage is placed on the ghost gate line, it will become agitated and try to move away immediately. To provide valid Feng Shui consultation for a house, I have to carefully study the layout, outside environment and zodiac signs of the families. I think some occupations, architects, Feng Sui masters, real estate agents, funeral service workers and fortunetellers in particular, need to know Feng Shui to provide better services to customers. When I was young, life was full of frustrations. Since I studied Feng Shui, my career has prospered rapidly and smoothly. It is perhaps due to the blessing from the God, but could it also be due to the results of studying Fend Sui?



      This book is mainly written in English. I hope everyone in the world can learn and appreciate the wisdom of the sages in ancient China and have blessings, lucks, happiness, fortunes and longevity from I-Ching and Feng Shui.



      Your kind advice is highly appreciated! Happy reading!


    Roger Wu in Taipei




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