Ideomotor. How the fortune telling works

 
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  Why it’s called Ideomotor and how it works.

Every time a person goes to a fortune teller it is expected that the psychic has the ability to get information from sources that regular people can not easily access. These sources are considered to be spirits.  Spirits can talk to each other and form a union between themselves  no matter if they are still connected to a living biological organism or lost their own body forever.  Union assumes a communication. 



It means our souls constantly communicate with  spirits or their unions. Other spirits or groups of spirits sometimes want to inform us of events that happened already or that have a very big probability to happen soon and that are important for us to know.

There are various ways and channels through which information is exchanged between souls.

What are these channels? There are may ways to do that and you, the reader, perhaps already have heard of some of them. For the purpose of this page, I talk about  the ability of other souls to talk to our consciousness via our subconsciousness, using specific functions of our brain and certain sets of symbols. The symbols and their descriptions are to be known to both participants of the communication. When a soul or a group of souls tries to inform you of something, they point you to a symbol or sets of symbols for which you have a necessary description.  Ancient accurate fortune-telling “On  the Sand” method belongs to a range of methods of fortune tellings where this type of interaction between souls is implemented.

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Ideomotor- describing or relating to a motor action that is evoked by an idea.

 

Ideomotor phenomenon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Ideomotor phenomenon is a psychological phenomenon wherein a subject makes motions unconsciously.

The ideomotor response (or “ideomotor reflex”), often abbreviated to IMR, is a concept in hypnosis and psychological research. It is derived from the terms “ideo” (idea, or mental representation) and “motor” (muscular action). The phrase is most commonly used in reference to the process whereby a thought or mental image brings about a seemingly “reflexive” or automatic muscular reaction, often of minuscule degree, and potentially outside of the awareness of the subject. As in reflexive responses to pain, the body sometimes reacts reflexively with an ideomotor effect to ideas alone without the person consciously deciding to take action.

Your ideomotor response may be to your own thoughts and mental representations, it also may be a response to a command communicated to our subcounsciousness by a spirit. When you counsciously decide to let a spirit to affect your muscular action, you allow that spirit to guide your hand to “write” a message that you can decode.

Why this method of fortune telling is one of the most accurate methods among other online fortune-tellings?

Using a third party, most of the time a psychic of doubtful abilities, we add an extra link between us and the helping souls.

 

Fortune teller image photo of art pice by Albert Anker

Fortune teller image photo of art piece by Albert Anker. Public domain

Even worse is a use of a computer program which has nothing to do with the spiritual world, or your sub-consciousness, or your thoughts and which doesn’t know who you are so that it could be able to produce an accurate fortune telling.

Your best chances to get an accurate reading is to allow the motor functions of your body to translate a message, received from the spirits,  into a form, comprehensible by your conscious mind.  Ideomotor tool for  fortune telling does exactly that. It is the motor function of your hand and finger muscles that tell the online tool where to go and what result to display.

   

To use the Ideomotor tool for the fortune telling click HERE

 

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By Shaheen Hajigil
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