Definition of Book of Changes in English:

Book of Changes

Syllabification: Book of Chang·es

noun

Another name for I Ching.
More example sentences
  • Reality is like the I-Ching, the Book of Changes.
  • The I Ching, or The Book of Changes, has long been regarded as the earliest classic in Chinese cultural history and perhaps the oldest book in the world.
  • Lin Zi says some of her colleagues are studying Taoism, and ancient texts such as the I Ching or the Book of Changes traditionally used for divination.

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