Where does it come from?
The Yes/No Oracle is a simple way to get an answer to the most pressing questions. It generally sums up to One single card (or whatever support you choose) giving you a Yes or No answer. Oracles, tarot cards readings, astrology and numerology are some of the various tools human beings use to access the mysteries of life. Throughout History, in many cultures and countries, people have always asked questions to the Oracle to help them make choices and choose the best direction. Cave men used bones, interpreting their positions after been thrown on the ground. Julius Caesar used a dice when facing an important decision. Pythia was the priestess who held court in Delphi, in the sanctuary dedicated to the Greek god Apollo. Pythia was highly-respected, for they channeled prophecies from Apollo, during a dreamlike trance. One way of protecting oneself against the uncertainty of life was for a Greek to consult the Pythia in order to receive advice. Even in Soccer games today, the referee tosses a coin to decide which team will kick off. It seems that in time of confusion or disorientation, the Oracle can help us make the right decisions.
How does it work?
The Yes/No Oracle is a simple divination tool that can give you peace of mind when you feel pressured and stressed by a choice which has to be made. It is important to feel comfortable with the Oracle you choose.
Here are a few Oracles to choose from:
The Yes/No Oracle with Tarot cards
The modern Gypsy Yes No/Oracle
Chinese Fortune Cookies Oracle
The Traditional Yes or No Oracle
The Yes/No Oracle based on the Original Kipper Cards
The magic Buddha Tree Oracle
The Coin flipping Oracle
The Yes or No Dice Oracle
Here are a few tips to make it work:
The Yes/No Oracle is fast as it consists in One single card but there are better times to do it. Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and where you can keep still for a few minutes. The morning is most suitable as your energies aren’t disturbed by the outside world, yet. Take a fifteen-minute break when you come back from work, to get rid of the polluted energies of the day. A meditative time before hand could increase your perceptions and your intuition. Some yoga practice could free and peace your mind, as well. It’s up to you to find the best moment for you. Clear your mind, get centered and try to visualize the situation, before asking your question. Let go, surrender and accept the result, even if it doesn’t satisfy your expectations and wishes!