Dr. Gabriel Felley comes to TransitionTalks from his home in Switzerland, where he is a university professor – and enthusiastic and passionate researcher on the sophisticated logic and explanatory power of the I Ching, this ancient Chinese cosmological and philosophical universal system known as the I Ching or Yi Jing. Like astrology, tarot and other common methodologies that extract deep meaning and predictive information from the most fundamental structures of this reality, the I Ching, the oldest Chinese divination approach, has a long history of accurately providing extraordinary insights into personal and other situations where the path forward (and potential futures), are not obvious.
In this two and one-half hour session, he will explain the workings of the I Ching, demonstrate its use by looking at the futures of the major Democrat presidential candidates, and then answer questions. This will be a most interesting and useful presentation.
Dr. Felley is developing a new contemporary reading and understanding of the I Ching, which encompasses the “network-like” dynamic of the 64 hexagrams. He is also exploring the different possibility to apply the tools of AI for supporting the interpretation of the hexagrams, the 64 basic ﬁgures of the I Ching. “
If you think that this ancient and extraordinarily insightful approach might be helpful to you, Dr. Felley will be offering one-hour, personal consultations on Sunday for $150 per session.
Dr. Gabriel Felley is a professor of Business Information Technology at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (www.fhnw.ch). He studied Theoretical Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. For decades, he has been dealing with the Yi Jing (I Ching) to rehabilitate it as a sophisticated, holistic methodology to understand the logic underlying the processes of change in a generic way and to promote it as a tool for the support of managerial decision-making processes. He has written numerous articles and lectured on topics related to Yi Jing in Switzerland as well as in Germany, China, Vietnam and the USA.
LocationThe Ice House 138 Independence St, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
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