See­ing a way for­ward

Spirit and Destiny - - Tried & Tested -

As the work­shop comes to a close, I feel re­ally up­lifted. Not only have I ex­pe­ri­enced a range of dif­fer­ent div­ina­tion meth­ods, but hav­ing delved into my sub­con­scious, I feel able to see the sit­u­a­tion with Dad and his fu­ture liv­ing ar­range­ments – and pos­si­ble so­lu­tions – more clearly.

The wis­dom I’ve learned through the dif­fer­ent div­ina­tion tech­niques is to put my emo­tions aside and take prac­ti­cal steps in help­ing my dad, and it feels like the right thing. So, I’ve al­ready started my search for re­tire­ment flats. And I know at least one other work­shop at­tendee, Gerry, who, says the day helped her find a so­lu­tion to her own prob­lem. She’d felt trapped in a flat she hated but didn’t earn enough to move some­where nicer. The an­swer the div­ina­tion tools gave her was to ask for a pay rise, which was granted, so she’ll soon be mov­ing to much nicer ac­com­mo­da­tion. I re­ally was blown away by the poignancy of the mes­sage I re­ceived by se­lect­ing a ran­dom page in a book, so I’ll def­i­nitely be try­ing that again. And when I want to give a friend a spe­cial present they can use in their lives, I’m go­ing to be buy­ing a few pouches of sheep bones!

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