By Chanting the I Ching one has to focus the mind and develop concentration, while at the same time developing spiritual feelings devoid of thought.
Chant along with each video. Each level requires taking time to memorize the patterns and get used to chanting them.

Chanting the I Ching – Sixteen Quadragrams
Turning unity into duality. This takes a little more concentration.

Chanting the I Ching – Eight Moon Phases and the Eight Great Grandparents
Turning unity into duality. Blessing the eight great-grandparents, the eight moon phases and the eightfold path. Sending light and blessing into the phases of the Moon.

Chanting the I Ching – Four Seasons and Four Grandparents
Turning unity into duality. Blessing the grandparents and the four seasons.
Sending light and blessing across the seasons and through the zodiac.

Turning unity into duality. Blessing the parents. The two forces of Yin and Yang are unified by chanting Hari Om. This also sends light to the parents.
Chanting the I Ching clears the mind!

An evening of chanting in celebration of spring. Chanting will help to calm down the impulses and passions of spring and help to create more peaceful initiatives.

An evening of chanting on the new moon eclipse of Pisces. New Moons are the seed moments of each month. This is very good for chanting as sensitivity is increased. Chanting on an eclipse increases the intensity and inner sensitivities. The effects are more profound and last for a much longer time.

An evening of chanting on the new moon in Capricorn. The New Moon is the seed moment of the month, the time of greatest sensitivity and receptivity. Chanting on a new moon creates a protecting aura for the month ahead.

An evening of chanting on the solstice Dec. 21, 2006. The winter solstice is the longest night of the year, a silent night, a holy night, a time when receptivity is at its greatest.