To Make A Decision
If you are faced with many choices, write each down on small slips of paper. Fold each twice and place them on a flat surface (such as a picnic table) which is standing free (not up against anything), in a place where a gentle easterly wind is blowing.
The wind should make the papers move around, and then fall to the ground. The last paper remaining on the table (or the last to fall, if you don’t catch it soon enough) is your choice, should you decide to follow it.
If a sudden gust of wind sweeps all the papers off at once, rethink your choices and consider something completely new.
Note: This can be done indoors with the wind coming in through an east facing window, or even a fan blowing gently in an easterly direction.
From: Earth Power