I don't do tarot, or anything like that, but I've always been a great believer in writing stuff down. Big piece of paper, two columns, one 'pro' and one 'con'. Then, in my head, I 'live through' each of my choices - ie pretend I've sold that horse (or in my case, left that man!!) and really feel what it's like. Then, when I come back to the reality of the present situation - is it with relief? - or is it with resignation and sadness?
Hope this makes sense! It's always worked for me. xx
What a good idea i will certainly remember this ... i did do something similar when my back went on me and i was laid up in bed unable to move for a month it was awful and i didnt know what to do if i didnt get my legs back so was running through rehoming Troopa in my head i got to him being at the bottom of the box ramp and found myself in tears, i still well up now thinking about it and realised that it just was not going to be an option. I used to do tarot readings for myself and friends, was interesting but not totally accurate. I do have a fortune book where you ask a question close your eyes and point to an image and it corresponds with a number etc to give you an answer and weirdly thats always been very accurate (freaky) i dont take it as gospel but sometimes it just helps clear my head so i cant think straight.