Why travel to Delphi to consult the oracle — when you can find all the answers you’re looking for behind the wheel of your car? All you need to do is “listen well,” one of the four main tenets of the be whole now philosophy.
For years, I’ve been collecting material for a someday-book called Vehicle For Change: What Your Car Is Telling You About Your Life. And no, it’s not a joke book (at least not entirely!). Where early peoples once turned to the natural environment for signs, omens, visions and assorted winky-winks from the All-There-Is, contemporary humans can glean similar wisdom from their cars, trucks and motorcycles (not to mention their kitchen utensils, bathroom fixtures, and computers, but that’s another day and another post).
I actually offered some on-air readings on a local auto-talk radio show some years back. The host called me in one Saturday morning so I could regale listeners (all, what, 4 of them?) with my uncanny ability to diagnose people’s love lives, job issues, and personal blocks by hearing them utter things like “I can’t get my car to go in reverse,” “My right windshield wiper flew off in a storm!”, or the so-ubiquitous-as-to-be-ridiculous, “No matter what I do, I can’t seem to shift out of neutral!”
I’m ready to move this material forward, and I need your help. Is your vehicle having issues with power, speed, control, shifting, vision/visibility, alignment, grounding? Trouble getting started? Clutch won’t engage? Battery dead? Sputtering? Frequent fender-benders? Oil leaks? Before the mechanic looks under the hood, maybe you should take a good, long look in the mirror.
Help me beta-test my theory. In your Comment, describe for me what’s going on with your car……and I’ll test-drive my ability to tell you what might be going on in your life. Disclaimer: Nothing I say should be construed as a bona fide diagnosis or promise of anything mechanical, medical, emotional, spiritual, psychological, financial, or physical.
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