Free I Ching Love Reading

This beautifully crafted modern take on the ancient I Ching gives unprecedented levels of insight into our relationships, our emotional chemistry and the forces around us which play a part in our romantic lives. These free I Ching readings are a regular favorite of iFate fans.

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A quick review of the I Ching's building blocks: The Trigrams.



Look up any hexagram. Its all here in our i-ching index!




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how to phrase your i-ching question:

what kind of questions work best with the I-Ching?


First and foremost -- it is traditional in China to say "please" as part of your question when you consult the I-Ching.


general questions vs. specific questions


Many people find their I-Ching readings are most successful when they ask general questions like: "Please tell me about the forces affecting my relationship", or "What are the issues surrounding _____, please". Many experts approach the I-Ching with an even more general strategy asking simple questions like: "Tell me about my love life, please". This approach reflects the possibility that the oracle frequently offers insight into a wide variety of related topics.


While many people tend to ask more specific questions like "Will Catherine get married to Stephen?", "Will I find true love?", "Is my relationship over?" -- one must remember that the I-Ching often speaks about the background of a situation, related issues, or psychological states that affect the outcome. While the I-Ching may respond with stunningly direct answers when the future is clear, more often than not, the I-Ching will provide a framework for you to better understand the situation and predict its outcome.


No one can tell you exactly how to phrase your question. The best approach is to try several kinds of questions and see which works best.


We use our own, modern set of meanings for the I-Ching: Book of Changes which are much easier to understand than older translations found elsewhere..