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It is not at all difficult to dialogue with your Touch Drawings. All you need to do is think of a question you would like to ask either a siries of...or a single drawing(s). Write that question in your journal. Then simply close your eyes and allow yourself to remain totally open and receptive as you wait for a response. It will come in the form of an intuitive thought or notion. If you are like most people, you may hear a little voice in your head actually saying the answer. I encourage you to trust the first response you receive, and resist the urge to second-guess it. (Experience has taught me that the 1rst response is the voice of the soul; the 2nd is the voice of the head).

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Comment by Deena on January 31, 2008 at 12:03pm
that is exactly what I would say with regards to the voice. I have read cards for people where it seemed silly to tell them. For example one person I was reading a young black girl of about 14yrs old with no hair came through, she kept telling me that the person I was reading was one of 5 but she was the only one(the person being read), and that she was with her always. I thought this strange because this was a 39yr old Italian woman and I knew the girl had passed and she knew her.

So I went with it, because I knew from experience that I go with my first message being told and not the second because that was usually my thoughts.

Ends up that this woman at the age of 15yrs old had a rare form of uterine cancer and out of the 5 teenagers at the time going through cancer treatment at the same time, she was the only one who survived. The young black girl I described (I was very specific about her looks, 14yrs old no hair and very under developed becuase she died before puberty set in) was her roommate during her hospital stay and her death was the one which affected her the most. She of course had no hair and was exactly how I described her.

Lesson learned, say what the first voice says.
I have many stories that are similar and bizzare.
Deena
Comment by Deborah Koff-Chapin on July 16, 2007 at 5:07pm
Great sharing, Julie. Thank you for your active presence here. We are just getting rolling. See you soon. Love, Deborah

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