I’m constantly working on new ways to develop and use my psychic abilities. Remember a long time ago I wrote about a psychic development game with Go Fish cards? Well, I found my deck in storage yesterday and decided to get them out to play with. I did this twice today. The first time I was WAY off. I basically invented a new animal The second time was much better, so that’s the one I’m showing you (HA! At least I’m honest!).
First, I pulled a card from the deck and placed it face down in front of me. I found this game works best for me when I don’t think too much about it and just start asking myself questions and writing my answers. Sometimes I try getting into deep meditation and then seeing what I get, but my new method is faster and it was pretty darn accurate this time. I took notes for a couple of minutes and then checked the card.
Here are my notes and a description of each line (following):
1. On Ground – the cards show a variety of animals, some on land, some air, others in the ocean…you get the idea. So the first question I asked myself was about my environment.
2. Hands different than arms, uncovered – I looked at my arms. I have a long-sleeved shirt on right now and my hands are bare. I had the feeling that the animal shown in the card had arms that were covered and hands that were bare as well. Hands without “gloves”.
3. 2 legs taller than the others – The feeling I got here was that my back legs were longer than my front. I felt like they were higher than my front legs. Then my mind got involved, wondering what kind of animal has 2 legs longer and 2 shorter? The first one I thought of was a kangaroo, which I pictured, which is how I (incorrectly) got “Jump” on the next line.
4. Moves agile back (picture of a squiggle) – I felt wavy like a snake and saw the S shape of a snake when the snake is moving. There was something about the S wavy shape and this animal’s back.
5. Brown, Blue primary colors in card – I asked myself what the main colors in the card were, and I saw brown at the bottom and blue at the top.
6. Eats insects – I asked what this animal eats, got the feeling of eating low to the ground, and immediately thought insects (incorrectly). Thought is the key word. Thinking means the mind is involved and coming to conclusions, and that only gets in the way when it comes to divination.
7. Hair on face, white – I saw a face with short white hair on it.
8. (Picture) – In the picture you can see I divided the card up into brown space at the bottom, blue at the middle & top, and I saw something sticking up between the two areas. This is the background for the card.
So wanna see what the card was?
Ta dah! I had no idea it was a zebra, but looking at my notes, I can see that I was on my way to discovery. This is a land animal (1), its “hands” (hooves) are uncovered compared to its “arms” (2), the back legs are longer than the front legs (3), the snake squiggle shape on the back makes total sense to me now (4), the background is brown at the bottom and blue at the top (5), it eats low to the ground (6), has short white hair on its face (7), and the picture I drew showed the background very well with the twigs being the “something there” between the brown and blue areas (8).
I think I did very well! Cue the trumpets!
Every time I do this exercise it helps me learn to recognize the difference between my intuitive voice and the voice of my head. This kind of exercise is excellent for working on developing and trusting your intuitive abilities. You can use Go Fish cards, playing cards, or even make your own cards to use. Have fun!