I Ching is a traditional Chinese divination method. It involves tossing three identical coins and using the patterns they form, to receive answers to personal questions from the ‘I Ching’, or the Book of Changes. It is a manual of divination based upon a belief in the synchronicity of the universe. It works on the basic belief that all events occurring at a particular time are interrelated by both vertical and horizontal causality. In ancient times, oracles were in use, everywhere. The oldest among them confined themselves to the answers “yes” and “no”. This type of oracular pronouncement is likewise the basis of the Book of Changes.    Read More...
When you ask the I Ching your question, you really do get a direct answer. So it is well worth spending a little while thinking about what you need to know.

There are two kinds of question that help here: asking for understanding, and asking for advice. Unless you are already very confident of what you’re facing, it's best to ask for understanding first. So questions like- 'what's involved here?' or 'why do I…?' will be more appropriate for you. Once you have the answer to that, you can go on to questions like- 'What if I…?' or 'How should I…?'