The Seminars of Master Jeffrey Yuen: Yijing, The Classic of Changes

Autumn Edition of the Seminars delivered by Daoist Priest Master Jeffrey Yuen, on “Yijing, The Classic of Changes”. Live streaming: November 21, 2021.


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Yijing, The Classic of Changes

November 21, 2021 – live streaming

Registration closed on November 15th

The new Autumn Edition of The Seminars of Master Jeffrey Yuen is dedicated to “Yijing, The Classic of Changes”.

The Seminar will take place on November 21, 2021, entirely delivered remotely, via live streaming. This choice, due to the constraints imposed by the global pandemic, allows us to operate in total safety, experimenting new methods of distance learning and saving travel costs for hundreds of people around the world.

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The Seminar is held in English, with consecutive Italian translation by Giulia Boschi.

Yijing, The Classic of Changes
Sunday November 217, 2021 – 2:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. – Time zone UTC+1 (2 Q&A sessions)

Classical Chinese Medicine, the most ancient and authentic aspect of the Chinese medical-philosophical tradition, is based on a corpus of texts which contain its salient aspects, whose correct understanding necessitates the guidance of a teacher. The classical texts themselves often include commentaries and elements derived from oral transmission over the centuries, carried out through direct teacher-pupil transmission. This last aspect is still indispensable for a correct interpretation.

The Yijing, “Classic of Changes”, even before the inclusion of the Confucian commentaries known as the “ten wings”, and centuries before becoming one of the fundamental “six canons” of the Literati tradition, already existed during the Zhou dynasty (Zhouyi “Changes of the Zhou”), in the form of a sequence of binary symbols, articulated in trigrams and hexagrams, each of them followed by a “statement”. Some of these hexagrams were even found on the oracular bones of the Shang dynasty, around four millennia ago. The study of the Yijing – as a Confucian canon – became mandatory to pass state examinations at the time of the Song dynasty’s Neoconfucianism.

Although nowadays this classic is considered essentially a text of divination, it is believed to be one of the most influential works in the history of Chinese thought, it encloses in its symbols the universal laws of becoming and it is an indispensable, transversal reference for virtually every discipline rooted in the ancient Chinese culture, with a privileged relationship with the medical art, since, as the famous physician Zhang Jiebin summarized, “Changes and medicine have the same origin”.

This text has aroused great interest even among the great Western thinkers, particularly starting from the translation by Richard Wilhelm, perhaps the best known in the West. The very important preface by Karl Gustav Jung to Wilhelm’s translation, resumed its traditional mystery reconnecting it to the psychology of the deep, extending its field of application and projecting it into the medicine of the future.

This Seminar of Master Jeffrey Yuen dedicated to the Yijing is in the wake of this millennial transmission, which – founded on the primevals – offers a model of the man and the world still valid at any time. This extraordinary source of wisdom provides valuable insights to interpret nature and man, even – perhaps mainly – in the context of Classical Chinese Medicine. In its medical application, Yijing is a valuable aid for a better understanding of the principles of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, a precious text whose study is not limited to enriching one’s knowledge but offers as well a valuable aid in the quest for personal balance.

Questions & Answers

Seminar includes 2 Q&A sessions. Questions should be written by participants via chat. The answers will be provided via live audio, to all the participants. Based on the number of questions received and on the available time, not everyone can be guaranteed an answer.

Master Jeffrey Yuen

Jeffrey C. Yuen is Daoist priest, one of the world’s leading experts in Chinese Medicine.
Belonging to the 88th Yu Qing Huang Lao Pai generation (Jade Purity Yellow Emperor Laozi School), and the 26th generation of the Quan Zhen Long Men Pai School (Complete Reality School Dragon Gate School), Jeffrey Yuen has been designated by his adoptive grandfather, Yu Wen, as his spiritual heir, the continuer of an ancient oral tradition.
Extraordinaty expert in Classical Chinese Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Martial Arts, Master Yuen chose Xin Shu as the Italian main partner for the transmission of his huge knowledge.

Participation Fee

The Participation Fee per person, as detailed in the following table.

Participation Fee Before Sep 30th (10% off) After 30th
Yijing, The Classic of Changes
November 21, 2021 – live streaming
€ 170,00* € 190,00*

* Participation Fee includes € 15 Annual Social Membership Fee.


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