The Book of Changes and the Unchanging Truth by Hua-Ching Ni
The I Ching system was created by the ancients from their careful observations of nature. We 'moderns' can use the sixty-four hexagrams found in the I Ching as a predictive tool to enhance our lives and reconcile our spiritual and physical selves. When one consults the I Ching, the hexagram gives the general background of the situation, while the lines indicate the correct way in which to handle the specific circumstance.
The OCOM library has many different editions of the Neijing Suwen and Lingshu from which to choose, some with annotations and commentaries.
- The Way of Heaven: Neijing Suwen Chapters 1 and 2 by Claude Larre
- Huangdi Neijing: A Synopsis with Commentaries by Y. C. Kong
- Huangdi Neijing Ling Shu Volume I and Huangdi Neijing Ling Shu Volume II by Van Nghi Nguyen
- The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Medicine: a new translation of the Neijing Suwen with commentary by Maoshing Ni
- The Rhythm at the Heart of the World: A Translation of the Neijing Suwen Chapter 5 by Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée
- Huang Di Nei Jing by Paul Unschuld
- Ling Shu, or the Spiritual Pivot by Jing-Nuan Wu
The Shang Han Lun by Zhang Zhongjing
The OCOM library holds many different editions and treatments of the Shang Han Lun, including at least 36 titles in our Chinese-language collection.
- Shāng Hán Lùn = On Cold Damage by Craig Mitchell et al.
- Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold, with 500 Cases: A Classic of Traditional Chinese Medicine by Xiwen Luo
- Shang Han Lun: The Great Classic of Chinese Medicine: with an Interpretation by Hongyuan Xu et al.
- Discussion of Cold Damage (Shang Han Lun): Commentaries and Clinical Applications by Guohui Liu
- Foundations of Theory for Ancient Chinese Medicine: Shang Han Lun and Contemporary Medical Texts by Guohui Liu
- Shang Han Lun Explained: A Guided Tour of an Ancient Classic Text by Greta Young Jie De et al.
The Dao De Jing by Lao Zi
In addition to texts of and about the Dao De Jing itself, our collection includes books inspired by it.
- Dao De Jing: The Book of the Way by Moss Roberts
- Tao Te Ching: An All-New Translation by William Scott Wilson
- Lao Tzu: Tao Teh Ching: A Book about the Way and the Power by Ursula Le Guin
- Tao: A New Way of Thinking by Chung-Yuan Chang
- The Tao of Power: a Translation of the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu by R L Wing
- The Secret Tao: Uncovering the Hidden History and Meaning of Lao Tzu by D W Kreger
- The Essential Tao: An Initiation into the Heart of Taoism by Thomas Cleary
- The Four Chinese Classics: Tao Te Ching, Chuang Tzu, Analects, Mencius by David Hinton
- The Tao Te Ching: A Zen Poet's View by D R Streeter