is from one of the oldest books in the world called “The I Ching,” a book renown both as a book of wisdom and as an oracle. Originating in China, the “Little Book of Changes" has been studied by millions over the past two thousand years. There are 64 readings in the book which offer guidance for the changes we face in our daily lives. The first hexagram is “The Creative,” made up of six unbroken lines which stand for the primal power “light-giving, active, strong and of the spirit.” Its essence is power and energy. And its image is heaven.
According to the original meaning, when an individual draws the oracle, success will come from the primal depths of the universe – but only by perseverance in doing what is right.
Read more in I Ching, also known as the "Book of Changes,” the classic translation edited by Richard Wilhelm with a foreword by Carl Jung which provided language for the description of the Oracle and “The Creative.”