I've posted before about the idea of using Tarot cards as an exploration tool. Not for "fortune telling," but as something for your creative mind to bounce off and ask, "What could this mean? How could this apply to my situation?"
A daily reading is a good enhancement to that stuffy, fifteen-minute daily review of goals they teach to Franklin-Covey graduates. It provides perspective and context for your plans, and may remind you of tasks you've overlooked.
He suggests a three-card approach:
1) Shuffle the deck and draw three cards.
- The first card you draw is your Topic Card: "Here's something you need to know or be aware of."
- The second card is your Reason Card: "This is why this topic is important today."
- The third card is your Action Card: "Here's a suggestion for what you can do."
2) Read the cards, embracing the first ideas that occur to you.
I like the way that starts broad and narrows it down to the level of, "OK, how is that relevant right now and, more specifically, what can I do?" I think I'm going to have to buy myself a Tarot pack one of these days.