So, divination is my topic for today. I totally love divination and I would like to share my input on this with you guys. Over the years, I've tried different forms of divination, such as: tarot, tea-leaf reading, scrying, pendulums, I-ching, bibliomancy; well yes that's pretty much it. That is what I've practiced so far, but what resonates with me the most of all , would be Tarot and scrying. Why ? Probably because I've had the best results with these 2 forms of divination, especially with tarot.
So, I like to do readings for friends and family. Some people though were negative about this and I asked them why, so here's what I got: " I don't like to know about the future because if the cards aren't good then I'll be sad for the whole time and thinking of what can go wrong". Therefore, there are people out there who think tarot shows the future, and whatever it shows, cannot be prevented, but it's 100% going to happen. Um, nuh-uh, in my opinion that's not how the whole thing works. Tarot and divination have more of an advisory role. It's like when you go to the dentist. If you eat too many sweets, you'll have problems with your teeth. It's not a power from above that punishes you. On the contrary, it's a consequence of your actions. So, divination and specifically I'm talking about tarot , can show some potential chances that might come up in the future, and how you can take advantage of them and not let them slip away. Or, it might show you something bad that might come up and possible ways to prevent this from happening. The role of divination is to advise you, for things that will happen in the future, not to show you events that are inevitable, and can't be changed.
Besides let's keep in mind the theory of possibilities;) Now, scrying. Scrying with water seems to work for me pretty good. I don't see events "taking place" , but rather I see symbols and 9 times out of 10, I could decode the symbols and I worked it out. Ok, that's what I had to say. I would like to see your responses, and experiences with divination, or your input on divination as a whole.