'The I Ching or Book of Changes'.
I read the old fashioned paper book version and used real coins when consulting the book, but you can buy the app and do it by tapping your phone if that's what you prefer, but I don't.
I found this hexagram interesting, because the night before when I was laying in bed I heard a big crack like the beam in my roof was breaking.
Then not long after the first crack I heard another and hoped the roof wasn't going to collapse on top of me, but I realized it was probably just the beam contracting from the cold night air.
My enquirery was about whether to move or stay in my home.
The first unit I rented after my divorce was a number 28, as well.
The reason I wanted to read the I Ching/Book of Changes was because of Jung's fascination with it.
Precursor to the I Ching: Cracks in a Turtle Shell?Well, at least I had ticked reading the I Ching off my bucket list, now I just have to read Jung's 'The Red Book' which is sitting on a bookshelf right next to me.
I listened to a podcast recently about the I Ching and Jung's Red Book was mentioned -
What's This Tao All About Podcast: Show 55 — The Tao of Carl Jung and Chapter 44
I'd bought six I Ching coins through the mail to use with my I Ching book, but the coins turned out to be as big as poker chips.
Still I used them, I just have to use two hands to throw them.
I use a computer site to record my coin throws and have the program add the lines up and tell me of any changing lines -
Consult the Yijing / I Ching with real coins
Thoth Hermes Podcast: Episode 7 – Benebell Wen