When I feel uncertain about a decision or situation, I sometimes use a system of divination to gain clarity.
Divination is a means to gain insight into current and future events and to access hidden knowledge and inner resources.
The process of divination dates back thousands of years and is embedded in a variety of spiritual and cultural contexts. The I-Ching (Yijing) is one of the most well known forms of divination. But there are many others like the use of other sacred texts, mala beads, a mirror, or tarot cards. Feng shui and numerology are also considered methods of divination.
In my tradition, many great spiritual masters rely upon divination to make important decisions. They usually formulate a question and request a divination from another spiritual master. One who has developed the ability to practice divination for the benefit of others through years of rigorous training, study, and specific spiritual practices.
Divination can be employed to ask questions about work, illness, financial issues, major decisions, relationships, love, family matters, spiritual practice, challenges and obstacles, and other events or situations.