Divination systems work by stimulating intuition thereby allowing people to think outside the box and creatively solve problems.
Divination systems have been used by emperors, kings, queens, presidents, prime ministers, successful businessmen and businesswomen and other elite members of most cultures and societies worldwide for many thousands of years.
The divination process is a two-way conversation, wherein we get feedback from the divine via the stimulation of our intuition so that we can perceive more of the divine order behind appearances.
– Paul O’Brien in Divination: Sacred Tools for Reading the Mind of God
Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity to describe the phenomenon of meaningful coincidence.
Inspire Decision Making
Ancient divination systems were created by mystics to support self-knowledge and inspire decision-making by stimulating intuition in order to stimulate thinking outside the box about problems that logic can’t handle.
Time-honoured divination systems include:
- the I Ching,
- Shamanic Divination,
- Chinese Astrology,
- Druid divination
These divination systems have been used by elite members of societies worldwide for thousands of years to help them solve problems and be successful.
There is no question of there being proof that divination works. Divination either stimulates your intuition and creativity, or it doesn’t.
Nobody is asking you to believe anything. Give it a sincere try.
If it works for you, terrific.
But you are not required to adopt any particular beliefs for divination to do so.
If your beliefs prevent you from approaching divination with an open mind, it can’t work for you, because intuitive reception depends on being open.
I use the I Ching as an integral part of my Sounding Board service.
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