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A bone throwing reading I did for a client recently prompted me to go back to some of my old notes on using dice as a divination tool. Using dice to divine is known as Astragalomancy.
Many of my clients are fascinated by some of the unusual items to be found in my bone-throwing divination pouch. I have some interesting pieces, from the original animal bones I was given during my training in this shamanic art, to crystals and other trinkets which all have a special personal meaning to me. Because of the special meaning attached to each item, it often adds extra depth to an interpretation. I also use different types of dice, which I combine with the bone throwing, including the more familiar dice with numbers to some I have with African wildlife images carved into them. Read the rest of this entry »
My first therapist, in 1970’s New York City, was an Analyst, or more specifically a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Big words that meant he subscribed rigidly to Freudian therapy. Sigmund Freud, the ‘father of Psychoanalysis’, originally developed this traditional therapeutic method, which mainly deals with exploring the subconscious mind and aims to explore repressed impulses, anxieties, and internal conflicts.
My Analyst sat in a big leather chair in a dimly-lit room, while I lay on a matching leather couch talking, for the entire 50-minute session. He occasionally said, “Uhmmm”…and then eventually, “Time’s up. See you next week.” Read the rest of this entry »