Chinese Botanical Photography and the I Ching or Book of Changes

Chinese Botanical Photography and the I Ching or Book of Changes

It is widely understood that the book of changes or I ching is a cosmology and philosophy chinese system dealing with the dynamic balanced of opposites, the evolution of events as a process and the acceptance of the inevitability of change.

In this new post about chinese botanical photography and the I ching or book of changes I represent some of  the Hexagrams associated to flowers and plants in a way to stimulate the understanding of eternal change in human life.

The Book of Changes or I ching must not be understood as a divinatory book as warned by The Hagakure, a collection of commentaries on the Way of the Warrior but more as a book to  search for knowledge in areas such as music, film, drama, psychoanalysis and math as explained by Gottfried Leibniz in his Explication de l’Arithmétique Binaire where he explains: I have found in the hexagrams a base to claim the universality of the binary numeral system, 1703.

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