This pocket-size edition of the world's first self-help guide--venerated for more than 3,000 years as a work of philosophy, mysticism, and, by some, divinatory power--features highlighted passages and reflective writing exercises aimed squarely at contemporary readers. The underlying theme of I Ching is change. It offers wisdom on how to make informed decisions and how to adapt to the inevitable changes we face in all aspects of our lives. Now more than ever, this practical and spiritual guide is an essential tool in charting a path to personal and professional fulfillment.
About the Author
Laura Ross has a M.F.A. in criticism from the Yale School of Drama and is the editor of Sterling's Bold-Faced series. She lives in New York City.