August & Spiritual Rebirth
I favour August to be the perfect month
to re‐commit my vows on “diviner’s ethics”.
I think it's because I started my ezine in August (2003) and it was when I committed myself to pursuing the spiritual path and work I have been following since.
has always been at the top of the charts when it comes to miracles. With every rebirth
however, we must first consider what we want to be brought forward and what we’re
Ethics are valuable enough
to be carried along with you to your next life and in the world of divination, ethics
are complicated. Of course there are the
obvious ones such as not demanding an inordinate amount of money from some innocent
soul to remove a hex or charm, but what about the more juxtaposition ones like being
honest and making sure everyone leaves your reading room feeling good? This is a
conundrum for any diviner.
There are things
in life that just don’t make you feel good, especially when you think they are ahead
of you. It’s nice when they are behind but
what about ahead? Few clients can imagine
the anxiety new readers go through just before turning over that outcome card. You think you’re anxious!
Empowerment is My Ethic
In my practice I have reconfigured this ethic to be about empowerment. The last thing I want to do is take responsibility
for anyone else’s life no matter how hard they work to make this so! And some work pretty hard. So I rebirth every year my commitment to ensuring
that everyone I read for leaves with some new tool to effectively address the challenges
ahead. It might be affirmation charts, journaling,
dreamwork, or a snippet of wisdom I catch from the reading itself.
To anyone learning to be diviners, I suggest
you give this aspect of your new work some very serious consideration. This is the challenge that strikes terror in the
hearts of esoteric arts students.
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