The Inner Oracle—Re-member Yourself and Remember

We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already.

J. K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter book series

Over several years, prompted by a suddenly ever-present stream of Oracle-related experiences and information, I realized our hearts contain an ancient program of connectivity we can activate if we choose to, which I call our Inner Oracle.

Awaken your inner oracle

This program is a distant cousin to what our culture refers to as “intuition.” While intuition can also provide warnings and information and highlight choices, our Inner Oracle program is based on a consciousness partnership between our hearts and the quantum field of all life, as explained in the documentary “The Secret.”

For all sorts of reasons, this program has lain dormant for most of us for quite a while. The good news is, your Inner Oracle is alive and well and awaiting your invitation to shower you with wisdom, comfort, guidance, and metaphorical breadcrumbs to help you find your way. All you have to do to begin is to turn the switch to “on!”

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Allow yourself to be touched. Be innocent again so nothing is kept from you. You can feel the intuitive code everywhere: in the warmth of your breath, your body, in the soft rustling of leaves in the wind, in the sea at midnight. Be very quiet. Listen carefully…the moon, the Earth, the stars all know its secret. Now let them whisper it to you.

Judith Orloff, M.D. and bestselling author, who incorporates intuition, energy medicine, and spirituality into her practice

Re-member Yourself and Remember

More on the Oracle’s modern rebirth:
The Invitation
Oracles Rising
An Oracle Returns

Experiment – Ancient Art of Bibliomancy

Try this Bibliomancy experiment to jump-start your Inner Oracle.


“Bibliomancy” is an ancient practice in which a person seeking spiritual information selects a book (any “book,” including the Holy Bible, a novel, poetry, a magazine) and allows it to speak to them through a passage they are drawn to. Students of The Holy Bible and other religious texts are accustomed to asking for guidance by opening to a random page. Any dictionary also works well for this. I have a friend who uses the satirical book, Dilbert, when perplexed by corporate behavior. This system was used by the ancient Greeks who favored Homer’s The Iliad.

The Experiment

To do this, select a book or magazine or something similar. You can have a question or topic in mind, or you can even just be open to receiving guidance in general. Take a few deep breaths and relax; clear your mind as much as possible. Open the “book” and let your eyes naturally be drawn to one of the pages, and then to a section of it. This will be your guidance. You may find one “book” that works particularly well for you. You may want to ‘shop around’ to see what feels the most accurate time after time.

Practice. Be creative. It’s great fun to do with a group. Almost as fun as adding “in bed” when reading Chinese fortune cookie messages out loud.