This is an updated edition, with a new introduction, of the Eranos I Ching, which – inspired by Jung – takes a unique approach to the oracle, considering it an exploration of potential synchronicities, rather than assuming it can predict the future. It’s as if consulting it then evokes a dream about a specific situation, so in the end responsibility for the interpretation rests firmly with the consultant. It’s big (864 pages), printed in colour and full of the latest scholarship. It’s probably not good as a starter I Ching, but it would be invaluable for anyone who wants to explore the depths of this foundational cultural work.
864pp, 235 x 156 mm, Paperback, 2018, £19.99