In China, the most ancient divination of choice was called the I-Ching. It was, originally, a system of formulating a question through deep meditation, tossing yarrow stalks and sorting the "answer" from the positioning of the stalks. In modern day we can use an abbreviated version of the I-Ching through tossing three pennies (weighted evenly as opposed to other coins) and reading the meanings of the different combinations of heads and tails as compared to the sixty-four hexagrams or images used in the I-Ching Book of Changes. Learn the use and symbolism of this most ancient oracle for growth, prediction and life understanding from a cyclic perspective. Meanings are correlated to other disciplines. 3 Sessions.