with Carol Ferris
The I Ching is a Chinese compendium of astute observation of nature’s flow in time. Like astrology, it studies pattern, rhythm and context. Its origins lie in China’s earliest myths of cultural ancestry, and it carries an historical record of commentary by succeeding generations. Classical Chinese Medicine philosophy and practice considers the relationship of the macrocosm of the cosmos to the microcosm of the body in diagnosis and treatment. We’ll look at the Chinese lunar lodges (the xiu) and compare them to western solar zodiac signs; and correlate them to the hexagrams of the I Ching, then apply them to a horoscope.
Pre-recorded for instant access.
1 hr. 30 min. | includes video, audio and slides
Closed captioned video available on request.
Carol Ferris, M.A., practices astrology in Portland, Oregon, where she consults with clients; teaches and tutors; and writes. She completed her Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies at Marylhurst University, Lake Oswego, Oregon, in 2013. The title of her thesis, “The Sky’s Body: Constellations and Medicine” reflects her ongoing interest in the nature-based medicine and governance thinking of ancient Near East and Chinese philosophers and astrologers.
For the past two years, Carol has been a regular presenter at the Salome Institute, Portland OR, lecturing regularly on the work of Carl Jung – the Red Book and most recently, Jung’s Black Books, and discussing Jung’s astrological nature and work.