Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Mouth wide shut


The eye in the middle with the smiley face on the end make me think of watching and not talking. Vigilance without words is the way to achieve fairness, or find balance, in the current situation. Again Mr Turtle has turned up, reminding me that patience is required. And to keep smiling. (Or at least grinning.)

This draw makes a lot of sense for me personally today, even though I don't want to go into any details.

There are no rules with Story Cubes. This is a fun thing about using unusual items as divination tools. The symbols take on personal meaning to you, and you don't have to answer to any Belgian school, French school, or whatever school, or explain who you started in the middle or on the right or wherever. You just roll the dice and read them any way you like.

In this roll, I held all the dice in one hand and dropped three, lined them up and then dropped two more onto the spread cloth and lined them up with the first three. Then I just looked at it and the first items that caught my attention as being linked to one another, I linked. And read from there.


6 comments:

  1. The downfall of these cute cubes is, you'll never get a combi with the six symbols of one cube.

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    1. You could, though. If you wanted to, you could draw one cube and look at all six sides. Or you could buy six sets of Story Cubes and throw them all at once. :D

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    2. That's a very creative solution:)

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  2. Well, you know, you don't have to listen to those schools or systems if you don't choose to. I've been really enjoying how Sharyn over on Quirkeries has been riffing free-form with the Lenormands :D

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    1. No, you don't have to, but at least with Story Cubes or something with no tradition at all, there's little danger of someone stepping in to correct you or rebuke you.

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