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I saw Cher on Forty-Second Street, I think Elizabeth Ashley offered me more than a drink So many memories and so much I learned They fanned deep fires and I was burned ‘Les Miserables’ on many stages The fourth time through I felt their rages About inequities and stupid laws ‘Chorus Line’ in London I saw no flaws.

Many truths in music and purveyed on stage Should be in schools, I have their same rage Elephant Man and Evita proud Appealing torepparttar stupid crowd The heart and mind enmeshed in soul I often felt as if ‘in foal’ Pregnant with something large – a horse? I felt it so often; it is ‘The Force’!

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To center oneself in 'Bibliomancy' is a good way of showing what an important flux or conduit our soul can be in taking all things into consideration rather than just whatrepparttar eyes or ears perceive, andrepparttar 122207 mind or ego often insist isrepparttar 122208 only reality to recent western theology. 'The Book of Answers' gives a short description ofrepparttar 122209 process we think will be helpful for learning to accept your soul does exist and wisdom doesn't always allow itself to be seen.

"How to Userepparttar 122210 Book of Answers 1. Holdrepparttar 122211 closed book in your hand, on your lap, or on a table. 2. Take 10 or 15 seconds to concentrate on your question. Questions should be phrased closed-end, E.G. 'Isrepparttar 122212 job I'm applying forrepparttar 122213 right one?' or 'Should I travel this weekend?' 3. While visualising or speaking your question (one question at a time). Place one hand palm down onrepparttar 122214 book's front cover and STROKE THE EDGE ofrepparttar 122215 pages, back to front. 4. When you senserepparttar 122216 time is right, openrepparttar 122217 book and there will be your answer. 5. Repeatrepparttar 122218 process for as many questions as you have.” (2)

My recommendation is to ask only important questions and make sure you have no other questions in your mind atrepparttar 122219 time. In beginning to read a book it is good to do this and then record what you read and thought aboutrepparttar 122220 contextual idea expressed. When you have readrepparttar 122221 whole book turn back to what your first question was and see if you foundrepparttar 122222 most important part for yourself at that point in time. This will test your effectiveness in centering yourself as well as attuning withrepparttar 122223 knowledge inrepparttar 122224 books you read.

Many methods of intuitive thought are forms of divination. The common way we judge people by body movement and language has been very popular in sales as long as salesmen or saleswomen have been on this earth. Many top corporations ask astrologers to give their input on important decisions once they've narrowed their choices and contemplated their options. It is never a bad thing to have one's mind open to other possibilities and opportunities. However, over-dependence and reliance on such things will turnrepparttar 122225 process into a fear-driven experience that has no freshness or attunement at all, and may lead to negative self-fulfillment. If you are doing Tarot readings for yourself or any one person it is said every two weeks is enough. Bibliomancy answers are different because Tarot integrates many aspects beyond your primary question.

1) The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Divination, by Stephen Karcher, Element Books, Shaftesbury, 1997, pg. 7. 2) The Book of Answers, by Carol Bolt, 1999, Hyperion, front of book with no page numbers.

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