I had heavy responsibilities placed on me since I was 6 years old at which time we moved to Canada from former Yugoslavia. Not speaking English for the first few years in school really heightened my skills of awareness. When I was about 8 years old I started to know things about people, which got me into a lot of trouble when I conveyed my findings. I could never fib and spoke the truth as it was given to me. This skill was second nature to me and when I turned 14 my journey with the “unknown” became a passionate hunger within me.
It’s not always an easy life path when you “know” or “sense” things. My clairaudient and clairsentient skills became amplified in high school. I was never quite sure of the “voice” that spoke to me but I learned to identify it at a very young age. The inner voice does not nag you. The voice that nags is your “ego”.
My relationship with the Tarot and Gypsy cards began during my high school years. As many of you did I memorized the meanings from the limited amount of books available in the market. I taught myself how to listen for that voice when I studied the cards. It was the same voice speaking to me when I held an object (psychometry). It was the same voice when I was driving down the highway & it told me not to go down that road. I didn’t listen to the voice that time and ended up having a major car accident. Was it my destiny to have the accident?
I do want to mention that when you open the channel to that voice you must be careful if you are inexperienced with the “unknown”. You can get seduced if you are not grounded and come from a pure intention. Don’t forget we have voices that come from fear as well.
Once you identify the true Voice Within you will never mistake it for anything else … ever again.
In Cartomancy, your Voice Within does it’s best work when you release any rigid beliefs you may have on the attached meanings to the cards.
Always ask the Voice Within, “what am I supposed to know about this card?” Learn to listen for the answer.