Zhuge Changqing: The Thinking Mode of the Birth of the Book of Changes
The Book of Changes is the essence of Chinese cultural wisdom.
The Book of Changes is an ancient classic that elaborates on the changes of everything in the world.
Including "Lianshan", "Guizang", and "Zhouyi", three books of change, of which "Lianshan" and "Guizang" have been lost, and only "Zhouyi" exists in the world.
"The Book of Changes" is the crystallization of the wisdom of the Chinese nation. It recognizes and grasps the world from a holistic perspective, viewing human beings and nature as an organic whole that interacts with each other, namely, "the unity of heaven and man.".
The Book of Changes has long been used as "divination". "Divination" is to predict the development of future events, and the "Book of Changes" is a book summarizing the laws and theories of these predictions.
"The Book of Changes" is known as the first of the various classics, and is the general program of traditional Chinese culture.
It is an outstanding representative of Chinese culture; Extensive, subtle, and all-encompassing, it is also the source of Chinese civilization.
Its content involves many fields such as philosophy, politics, life, literature, art, science, and is a common classic of various schools.
The traditional culture of Zhuge Changqing's traditional Chinese culture believes that sages study the Book of Changes, using upward observation, yin and yang, and calm analysis to bring people the thinking of understanding the world and analyzing the world.
According to the traditional culture of Zhuge Changqing's traditional Chinese culture, there is a very good passage in "Zhouyi Shuogua":
The former sage's work "Yi" also follows the principle of conforming to life.
"The way to establish the heavens is called yin and yang, the way to establish the earth is called softness and hardness, and the way to establish people is called benevolence and righteousness.".
"Because of the combination of three talents and two, the six paintings in the Book of Changes become hexagrams.".
"The division of yin and yang, and the overlapping use of softness and hardness, make up the six parts of the book of Changes.".
[Zhuge Changqing, a consultant in Chinese traditional culture] Zhuge Changqing:
Scholar of traditional Chinese culture, consultant of Chinese culture think tank, PhD. Adhering to the principle of "three people walking together, there must be my teacher." God pursues sages from ancient and modern times, learns from hundreds of schools of thought, lives in seclusion in the world of mortals, has a vision for the universe, and aspires to "learn from sages, promote good virtues, revitalize China, and benefit the world.".
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