The C.G. Jung Society of Colorado Presents
Poetics of the I Ching: Metaphor and the Book of Changes
a lecture by Gary Foster and Autumn Noelle Hall
April 6th, 2018 at 7:15 p.m.
Cost: free to members, $15 at the door,
$10 students and seniors
The ancient Chinese Oracle is at once a tool to trace the patterns of change in one’s own life and a guide for one’s personal psychic understanding. Learn how consulting the I Ching creates a confluence between the Inner and Outer sage, symbolically yielding poetry and meaning. Understand how to build one of 64 hexagrams and interpret the changes of the lines within, find the underlying pattern of change in the moment, and trace the creative movement of Yin and Yang in your life.
Gary Foster, MA-COMM, is a graduate of the Defense Language Instituted (DLI) in Monterey, California where he studied Chinese Mandarin. He later received his undergraduate degree in Asian Studies/Chinese and a Master’s degree in Communications. Gary worked for 33 years as a Chinese Linguist/Cryptanalyst and Intelligence Analyst/Consultant for the Department of Defense. He has travelled widely in Asia and brings over 40 years of I Ching practice and study to bear on his understanding of Asian culture and thought.
Autumn Noelle Hall is an honor graduate of DLI and served for 4 years as a Chinese linguist for the DOD. She is an internationally recognized Asian Short Form poet and is currently the Tanka Prose editor for Ribbons, the official print journal of the Tanka Society of America. She and Gary have partnered for the last 10 years in furthering their mutual understanding of the I Ching.
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