Earlier this year I earned my Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) in Spiritual Counseling – it goes with my Ph.D. in Holistic Life Coaching. By earning that second degree, I re-sparked my interest in all things divination.
First, I found myself making dream catchers – a very spiritual project, each one of them made with care and positive intentions. The creation of dream catchers reintroduced my interest in dream interpretation – something I have years of experience in. October 1st I will be launching my “The Art of Dreams” line of dream catchers (each sale comes with a free dream interpretation), dream journals (all upcycled), and dream pillows. They’ll be available in my Glass Goat Publishing Etsy store.
I will also be working on a book about the importance of dreams – not just another dream interpretation book!
Delving back into the messages our dreams give us has also made me more interested in other forms of divination again. I was working on a deck of Major Arcana Tarot cards, which I am actually restarting fresh with (and making an accompanying book – you can do readings with the Major Arcana alone).
While Tarot, Runes, and Pendulums have always been my go-to forms of divining the future, I’ve decided to start exploring other forms more deeply. I worked with nearly all forms of divinity in 2010/11 when I was working on my dissertation for my Life Coaching degree, and now I am delving back in.
Not only am I working on some divination books that will be “written by” Dogopus the Fortune Teller puppet, but I am also putting together a limited number of bone throwing/casting starter sets. I just ordered my first set of Astrology Dice and am excited to try them.
Do you use divination tools? What are some of your favorites? Right now I am kind of obsessed with collecting these tools, especially ones I have only slightly dabbled in.
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