F**k It, Here's A New Method Of Divination
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F**k It, Here's A New Method Of DivinationJohn C. Parkin's Unconventional Wisdom
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Life can feel like a maze of baffling choices, some small (white wine or red?), some big (this job or that?) – all adding to our stress and worry levels. Well, F**k It, lighten up – who cares anyway?
Lighten up so much that you start opening our new book F**k It is the Answer to help you with your answers. All these answers have a heavy dose of ‘F**k It’ injected into them – ‘F**k It’ being a tried-and-tested route to travel from a tight, uptight, stressed-out kind of life to a more free, open, blissed-out kind of life.
Do you fancy choosing the F**k It Way?
The choice in the end is yours, of course, but if you fancy tasting more freedom in your life, then F**k It may well be your answer.
So, how does F**k It is the Answer work? A general tip is to ask questions that can be answered with a ‘yes’ or a ‘no’. Such as:
‘Is this the right time to go travelling?’
Or – ‘Should I eat this chocolate cake?’
Or – ‘Will I find my true love soon?’
Then, relax... and run your thumb across the pages of the closed book, then open randomly and see what your answer is.
So once you’ve turned randomly to an answer, and the answer feels right for you. How does that work?
After all, I don’t know you. I don’t know your situation. (And even if I did, I wouldn’t presume to tell you what to do).
And it’s not that I am suggesting that answer for you anyway, given that it was your thumb that flicked to that answer. So how does it work?
Well, the answer you turn to will give you food for thought. It’s likely to set off a thought process that allows you to see your question from different angles, and maybe open up new possibilities for you (like – ‘What’s below this question?’).
In other words, the answer, whichever you turn to, could initiate a psychological process that assists your decision-making process.
But there’s something else to it isn’t there? Something less rational.
It’s remarkable how often we get, in one form or another, the information we need, when we need it: Whether it’s seeing something on the TV at the right time, or a friend mentioning something or some remarkable coincidence... There seem to be forces at work out there that none of us fully understand (and I'm not going to attempt to provide any answers of that nature here).
F**k It is the Answer is another way of tapping into this mysterious realm of interlinked information: a divination tool if you like.
Find out for yourself. Close the book, Ponder your question, And turn to your answer…