My version is by a Peter H. Offermann, a Zürich psychologist & management
consultant, I Ging studies since 1948 says the author note. He says btw that
44 /V speaks of "I Ging" in the Chinese, which is said to mean "hidden
excellence". I am a mere tyro in these things, referring to it in a
haphazard way at intervals (as I do the Tarot), intellectually incapable of
grasping all the complexities because of my impatience. But I will try that
website you recommend. I think it's clear that the I Ging at least reflects
a male (patriarchal, if you will) attitude, though women must use it & I
suppose it has inevitably been repolarized into a feminist version by now.
(Weak male irresponsibility & uncontrollable lust in 44/ I contained &
subdued by wise but strict Lady of II ; after V achieves the higher
sublimation & assimilation of the animus, VI withdraws into solitude to get
beyond all that fiddle.) Have you ever used the changes to write poetry, as
Cage did to write music?