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Divinatory Arts: Q Frameworks

Discussion in 'Divination DIR' started by The Hammer, May 21, 2021.

  1. The Hammer

    The Hammer Well-Known Member
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    Some forms of questioning and lines of inquiry, seem to lend themselves more to divinatory answers then others.

    So my question is, what makes a question better suited to a divinitory framework then another question?

    For example: A broader question tends to lead to less precise answers, but still accurate, with accuracy increasing with the questioners specificity, although precision seems to be lessened.
     
  2. osgart

    osgart Nothing my eye, Something for sure

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    I don't know maybe all questions are evolutionary. Mere physical byproducts of the environment we find ourselves in.

    I discovered divinity and found that it doesn't fit the environment and system of society we live under. Very hard to have ultimate selfless love and compassion for everybody all the time. Very hard to have perfect judgment. And very hard to mete out what everybody deserves on the negative side of justice. On the positive side of justice not everybody gets what they deserve.

    So divine questions and answers are a wonderful dream and supreme ideals are wonderful also. But pragmatically I don't think they work very well.

    The flip side is that divinity inspires a lot of people toward love and compassion.

    Ask Michelangelo. My answer is divinity is a source of inspiration, and an eternal journey not a destination. So if you want a source of inspiration then divine questions are suited for that. It's like medicine for the heart to ponder it.
     
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  3. The Hammer

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    Thanks for your reply. My OP is more about how to frame questions to get an accurate "read" for a client, and less where the answers come from. I agree that there is a Divine aspect to Divination.
     
  4. osgart

    osgart Nothing my eye, Something for sure

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    Yeah I missed that entirely. Sorry bout that!
     
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    Nope, not a problem, it happens.
     
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