Last weekend I was at the Detroit Area Tarot Intensive, where I presented along with Dan Pelletier, co-owner of the Tarot Garden and knower-of-many-fascinating-things.
When attending conferences, one expects to learn a lot during the actual classes or workshops. But sometimes things are learned at other times, like while sharing a meal.
Dan taught us a nifty little technique over dinner one evening. He didn’t have a name for it; he just did it. Here’s how it played:
Dan asked someone to ask a question, then pick a card from the deck he had fanned out. The card was left face down.
Dan then answered the question without looking at the card.
Then he had the person flip the card and asked them how it fit in with the answer given.
That’s it. Short and simple. And rather amazing.
I tried it. And the results were amazing. My answer, based only on an intuitive (or, if you will, psychic) insight, was a good one. The card flipped played nicely with the answer and gave even more information.
Party trick? Amazing intuitive/psychic technique? Who knows. But if it works, it works.
Give it a try and see what results you get.