If you are interested in fortune telling in the Portsmouth area then you might have had a similar experience to me.
I remember a time when I used to use my drive to work as a portent to what the day held. If I had to stop at the junction at the end of the road that I live on (which is not a bad thing if there’s something coming) then that had meaning other than I had avoided another accident. It meant that life was going to put a lot of things in my way all day. If I had to wait at the traffic lights at the junction after that then that meant that I would be late to get things done all day and that trouble was brewing. On the other hand if the way was clear then I had a distinct impression that life was going to let me get on and do things quickly and easily and that I could finish a lot of tasks that were hanging around.
If you know anything about thermodynamics and there’s no reason you should , except it’s been on the telly in programs that most people avoid because it’s usually really boring. Anyway the way of things is that chaos is all around us. I saw a TV program with Prof Brian Cox who explained that entropy tends to increase which is another natural phenomenon.
All that it means is that things are destined to get more chaotic.
It’s just like that at home. It’s just like that at work. And as I now realise it’s also like that on the way to work so stopping at a junction and traffic lights for however long is just a random occurrence that can’t be interpreted as messages about my life.
So… I had a think and this is what I realised about my working life: On the days that I prepared myself for a bad day there were good things and bad things and things that just were things. On the days that I prepared myself for a good day there were good things and bad things and things that just were things. The only difference was how I felt when I approached the day. When I felt better about my day and resolved to deal with it with great gusto I found I was more resourceful and dealt with it all with a smile that lasted longer.
I actually got on best when I prepared myself to deal with anything and everything that life threw at me.
So instead of fortune telling you might want to allow yourself to:
Think of the good days and how you prepared for them.
Think of the bad days and how you prepared for them.
Think of the really bad days and think how you approached them and how you could have prepared better.
Now ask yourself:
What’s the best state of mind for you so that you can deal with all life throws at you?
Now use that every day and you don’t have to get stuck in a rut in a world of grey.
When we learn ways to deal with life we can add colour and start to create a better place to be.
The real bottom line is that when you sort your head out you sort your life out and when you sort your life out your future gets better and better.