Is it possible that divination gives a program to your life?
One of the most popular myths associated with any divination often prevents people from consulting a qualified specialist. “I don’t want to program my fate,” – say some people. To dispel this stereotype, it is necessary to understand in detail the essence of what divination is. For a start, we will have to touch upon the concepts such as fate and free will.
Fate, free will and responsibility for your life
There are those who believe in either the first or the second: the fate of a person is 100% known, and nothing can be changed, or a man himself creates his fate at every moment… What is right in reality?
To deny free will is to deny the right of people to choose, to commit mistakes and the right of responsibility for themselves and their lives. To deny the existence of fate is not to accept the law of karma, the genetic “software” of a man, the presence of past lives and vocation of the soul in this life. Therefore, the life of each person combines fate and free will. None of us has the absolute life program. Otherwise, we would have been computer robots. But human choices are not infinite, in a different way humanity would have vanished in the chaos long ago.
At the same time in everyone’s life there are millions of small programs and rules, so, of course, there is a choice: follow these standards or not. These rules are different in nature, for example, the rules of public morality prohibit one or another variant of inappropriate behavior. Commandments (or fear of the law) prohibit killing, robbing or sinning. A habit of “sit before the long journey” comes from the collective unconscious of a certain nation, etc. Our life is a constant choice between different ways of behavior and sometimes unconscious switch from one microprogram to another.
So, everyday “programming” follows us everywhere. Even usual taking of any advice of a friend, colleague or commercial character may be called programming. Especially, if the advice did not work, because you can quickly transfer responsibility on the person who gave it, and accuse him of the wrong purpose… that the individual voluntarily followed.
It is the key point of this topic – whether a person is responsible for his or her choice or not. To avoid responsibility in life, people are often willing to live with other people’s programs and rules. And this way they blame karma, genetics, fate and God knows what else.
Where did the myths about programming in divination appear?
Thus, no one and nothing change human fate, but a man himself. In particular, divination doesn’t change human fate; it serves only to gain necessary information upon request.
It should be emphasized that divination is not a magic service. Yes, magic is designed to change the state of things in the world, but, again, a magician is a mediator, a tool, but an action takes place because of the desire and will of a customer. In divination, we don’t seek to “change our fate”. We often make a simple prediction for the future, which is derived from the state of the situation in the present and has a certain chance to come true (a good diviner is sure to announce it in percent).
In any case, a forecast is not a program for a client, even if a customer himself or an unfair diviner (a charlatan) can make it so. Clients “program” themselves because they come to a diviner for a magic pill, get it in the form of a recommendation and go blindly follow it. And a charlatan can tell a client ridiculous predictions to trick out of his money for their change. Both these cases are derived from non-compliance with the basic rules of divination, from misunderstanding of its meaning by a client, from professional incompetence of a specialist.
It is clear that the roots of the myth about programming here – someone told somebody wrong predictions, someone “hooked” on divination, someone was frightened by frauds – and bingo, the person is scared that any divination programs his fate.
When in an effective divination a client receives forecasts, advice, recommendations to understand how he can change the situation by himself in the desired direction, what choice he is better to make, listening to different opinions, including seeing an objective picture using divination. If a person doesn’t want to know something at divination, he has every right NOT TO ASK ABOUT IT! A diviner shouldn’t tell a client what he doesn’t want to know or what he isn’t ready to know.
To debunk any myth and superstition surrounding divination, it is better to consult a professional who will hold a consultation intelligently, appropriately and in compliance with all the ethical rules of relationships with a client.