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Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« on: June 12, 2018, 04:35:54 PM »
I suggest you to throw the coins once again .
Heads will nice to be the  image of Admiral Yi Sun-sin [as Yang ]
Tail is better to be the Number 100 Won  [as Yin ]



Hi Tientai, it's the opposite of what I use.  Let's disregard the terms "head" and "tail".  What I use is image/picture as Yin, and number as Yang.  In a national coin, the picture is often portrait/flower/animal, so I take it as Yin.

But really, the way you use it should work well for you, as long as you use it consistently.  We have discussed some of your hexagrams in the forum, and the pre-existing facts do match!

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Re: Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2018, 05:34:46 PM »
I myself use ancient Chinese coins, but it should not matter if you use local or any country's coins, as long as they are identical.

I use ancient Chinese coins too ... But for common coins I agree there must be causious what to make them ...!!

I use the A. Case on the below picture :


As for the Yin or Yang numbers :


This is my way to use coin tossing ...
This works for me .. !! .. and is convenient to anyone ..
.. as to how to name "head" and "tail " for a common coin I agree with you Jlim ..
Thanks for early correction to this .. for anyone using common coins ..!!!
Tientai


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Re: Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2018, 05:45:07 PM »
That's the ancient Chinese coins that I use too.  In this case, I use system A, like you do.
Well, once we are consistent, the energy flows with us!  8)

By consistency, I mean we cannot use two ancient Chinese coins + one modern currency coin  :o.  This would be inconsistent, and I doubt that the hexagram will reflect the situation!  ;)

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« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2018, 06:03:36 PM »
Hi Jlim ..all

Due to this consistency .. the suggestion is for someone that is starting to use the technique of coin tossing is better to have a good foundation ... This means to buy ancient Chinese coins from a Feng Shui shopping store .
This is I guess very easy to find three Chinese coins ..

P.s.
I don't use 2 ancient Chinese coins+ one modern currency coin ...
Just i want to show the two aspects of one coin ... see below


For sure I use 3 ancient Chinese coins..
T.t.
« Last Edit: June 12, 2018, 06:19:16 PM by Tientai »

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Re: Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2018, 08:12:09 PM »
Off topic, but, I disagree...

1. Is the chinese coins really necessary?
2. Are mixed coins bad?
3. Are identical coins better?
4. If you lose one or two of your coins that are identical, are you unable to do accurate readings then?

Can you not simply know that you require one side of a coin to be represented (representing yin or yang or whatever is needed) and simply go along with that?

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« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2018, 09:35:37 PM »
Off topic, but, I disagree...

1. Is the chinese coins really necessary?
2. Are mixed coins bad?
3. Are identical coins better?
4. If you lose one or two of your coins that are identical, are you unable to do accurate readings then?

Can you not simply know that you require one side of a coin to be represented (represnting yin or yang or whatever is needed) and simply go along with that?

Hi The Monk ...

... Everything depends on the way of your thinking .. !!
For me also is the way that many people used in the past till now a convenient arragment with proven effects ...!!!

Off the records ... I remember once in a pressure of time I tried to create an hexagram by mentally choosing three numbers six times..!!!
The result was amazing ... but normally I use the above mentioned technique..

Tt.
« Last Edit: June 12, 2018, 10:09:17 PM by Tientai »

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Re: Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2018, 06:35:20 PM »
Hi TheMonk, thanks for your thoughts.

1. Is the chinese coins really necessary?
No, not at all.  I encourage people to use whatever coins are used in their respective country.  Although personally I use the ancient Chinese coins. 

2. Are mixed coins bad?
A European client uses the same 10 cent Euro coin, but two are Spanish coins, while the third one is an Italian coin.  The divination result does not seem to be off the mark.  I haven't had enough experience with mixed coins though, because people easily come up with identical coins. 

Mixed coins can still be used, because they still give the Yin and Yang representations.

Can you not simply know that you require one side of a coin to be represented (represnting yin or yang or whatever is needed) and simply go along with that?
Yes, we can!

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Re: Yin-Yang of Coins ⭕⭕⭕ in Yijing-based Divinations
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2018, 11:10:04 AM »
Thank you for explaining Yin and Yang in coins. Very helpful info!

 

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