I. Origin
II. Weixinism propagates Chinese culture and Yi-Ching.
1. Chinese culture is a culture of peace.
2. Yi-Ching is the study of peace.
3. Promotion of Weixinism is important to advancing world peace.
III. Grand Master Huen-Yuan leads Weixinism to develop world peace.
1. Expounding the ideologies of Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and peace. Enhancing inner spiritual radiance.
2. Spreading the seeds of Peace Culture by teaching and lecturing on the orthodox lineage of Chinese culture, Yi-Ching, and Feng Shui.
3. Using religious Dharma to promote universal balance and harmony - particularly between mankind and the transcendence.
4. Initiating TV channels and forums to propagate Dharma, educate on Peace Culture, and promote world peace.
5. Holding forums for cross-Strait cultural communication and dialogue between senior officials. Establishing platforms to enhance peace between Taiwan and Mainland China and amongst the nations of the world.
IV. Grand Master Huen-Yuan leads Weixinism to integrate different nations and ethnic groups.
1. Actively moving toward the source; Promoting Chinese culture; Encouraging ethnic solidarity.
(1) Rectify general misconceptions regarding the study of Yi-Ching and Feng Shui to establish correct ideas;
(2) Honor the contribution of the Three-Great-Chinese-ancestor culture to world peace;
(3) Build temples for the Three Great Chinese Ancestors, solidify the national union, and pray together for cross-Strait and worldwide peace.
(4) Spread Bodhisattva Wang Chan Lao Zu's (鬼谷子) Peace Culture to the world and expand world peace.
(5) Build the City of Eight Trigrams on Yun-Meng Mountain, integrate the differences within Chinese culture, and support the union of the Chinese people.
2. Initiating grand ceremonies of worship for Chinese ancestors and encouraging harmony between different nations and ethnic groups.
V. Conclusion
VI. References
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(1). Rectify mistaken concepts in current Yi-Ching and Feng Shui studies to establish correct ideas.

Chinese culture is majestic and tolerant, vast yet focused. The main stream of Chinese culture is its orthodoxy lineage. Yi-Ching, in particular, is the origin of this legacy as well as the source of all Chinese philosophical thinking, including political philosophy. Grand Master Huen-Yuan wrote in Yi-Ching Xin Fa (《易經心法》) (1985) that, “The most prosperous dynasties across five thousand years of Chinese history all governed using the proper principles of Yi-Ching 'neutrality'. Such is the way to rule and create world peace.” He also stated, “Everything and every being is changed by Yi. The earth and other planets in the universe are constantly changing. This is the reason why it is called Yi, meaning change. The terminus of Yi is the unchangeable Yi, which is the ‘middle way’ - the point of balance. Reconciliation occurs when the changeable shifts to the unchangeable and vice versa. This is the way of Yi, the great harmonization of neutrality on earth.” In addition, he expounded, “There must be conclusive wisdom in Yi-Ching, as it has persisted for five thousand years without being denied or abandoned. It is the indispensable doctrine for human survival and permanent development…. We wish that all human beings will come to the profound realization that the keys for human survival are to treat one another with peace and love, and to recognize that the unchangeable Yi is the invariable human conscience. Human beings must proceed with the changeable and the unchangeable and express their inner peace and balance. If we achieve this, utopia and world peace would come about soon.” Master Huen-Yuan founded Yi-Ching University in 1996 to promote the peace of Yi-Ching thought throughout the world.

Yi-Ching involves Feng Shui. Viewed from the perspective of traditional philosophy, Feng Shui addresses the study of human interactions with other persons, with nature, and with their social and cultural environments. Feng Shui is a form of cultural ecology and the study of environmental protection. It is a world view that regards people, architecture, and nature as a single unity. Accordingly, contemporary landscape architecture and arcology both take traditional Feng Shui theories as its ground. Furthermore, due to its emphasis on the harmonization between people and architecture as well as that between people and the natural environment, Feng Shui is not superstition. Rather, it bridges science with humanity. It is environmental psychology and a study of balance and reconciliation that leads people to spiritual harmony. Grand Master Huen-Yuan has made great efforts to expound correct Feng Shui concepts over his many years of practice. He says, “The messages that people receive and feel via their sensory organs, such as the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and body, all enter the sub-consciousness. After inner transformation, these messages influence our perception and conceptualization.” Thus, the promotion and application of Feng Shui doctrines are the essence of social harmony as well as the base that affects the ability of people to think correctly.

To modify widely biased concepts related to Feng Shui, Grand Master Huen-Yuan stressed in his book Feng Shui World View (《風水宇宙觀》) (1995), “Feng Shui is the prime mover in the birth and the death of the great universe. It is the talisman of human livelihood as well as the invisible power that connects people. Human beings cannot survive on earth without Feng Shui. Feng Shui is certainly indispensible to prosperity in one’s career.” In order to propagate the correct rules of Feng Shui, Master Huen-Yuan held the “Propagating the Dharma of Feng Shui for the Home” (陽宅風水弘法傳法大會) convention on March 24th, 1995 in of the Linkou National Taiwan Sport University stadium, attended by more than 36,000. Such a tremendous turnout underscores the interest and concern modern society places on the proper practice of Feng Shui. Master Huen-Yuan remarked at the convention, “Feng Shui is part of the Yi-Ching. The supreme states of Yi-Ching and Feng Shui will deliver the union of heaven and humankind.” He has a thorough understanding of this truth and since the very start of his practice he has worked diligently to get the proper message out for all to hear and keep in their hearts. He also encourages people to meld with Nature and abide by the law of reconciliation in order to survive. He says, “If we can insist on the law, it is expected that our philosophy of life would be replete with confidence, joy and happiness.”

For nearly three decades, Master Huen-Yuan has promoted orthodox Yi-Ching and Feng Shui persistently. He encourages children to read Yi-Ching to help this important cultural legacy continue and grow in future generations. He noted, “Orthodox Yi-Ching and Feng Shui are the spirit and origin of our belief. They are, moreover, a wonder bequeathed us by our ancient sages. I have taught the essence of this treasured wisdom for twenty-eight years, and have received advice, critiques and challenges from all corners. Through this process I have found that this is truly the correct doctrine that benefits all people . Knowledge and devotion to this doctrine is growing worldwide. Already, hundreds of thousands have benefitted from personal counseling and millions have connected with us through our television broadcasts. This proves that Yi-Ching and Feng Shui are crucial not only to people, family and career, but to the society and nation as well.” This is the reason that Master Huen-Yuan continues to encourage everyone to study Yi-Ching. He remarks,

“Learning Yi-Ching gives one peace with all humanity.

Learning Yi-Ching maintains a healthy body and tranquil mind.

Learning Yi-Ching helps one work well and maintain good spirits.

Learning Yi-Ching makes adults and children smarter.

Learning Yi-Ching prevents underhanded business practices.

Learning Yi-Ching guides our own nature onto the path of self-cultivation.

Learning Yi-Ching unites families in happiness.

Learning Yi-Ching infuses the nation and society with harmony.”