RE: RE: AC/HPB/I-Ching
Jan 21, 1999 11:31 AM
by Bazzer (Paul)
> According to the Wilhelm-Baynes translation of the I-Ching, in many of the
> comments on the hexagrams there are various sayings attributed to Lao-Tse.
> Also, much of the underlying philosophy is closely related to the
> Tao. The
> word "King", or as Baynes translated the German to the English, "Ching",
> commonly called by us, "The Book" (of changes). Perhaps, in
> China, the Book
> of Dzyan is called the "Chan Ching" and pronounced, Jan Jing" or "Dzyan
> Dzying. According to Wilhelm the word Ching means "Well" in Chinese.
> Therefore it connotes a deep container filled with the "waters of
> so to speak.
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