Oracle Collection

Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions (Existential) - How Are You?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - If you describe your upbringing as a plant, what kind of soil have you grown up in?

A. Over fertilized. Too much expectation that was actually burdensome
"Therefore I need my own structure to grow tall."
Five Questions (Existential) - How Do You Feel?
Five Question (Metaphorical) -  Every climate has its own challenges. What is your hardship?

A. Tropical. Had to fend myself against sarcasm
Therefore I need to give time for healing.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Do? / What Are You Afraid of?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - As a member of a group you must perform a task that is difficult or not to your liking. How do you respond?

A. I will make an offering to elevate my position.
So that I am accepted.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Want?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - You've set a goal and walking the path. Suddenly appears a formidable mountain that blocks your way. What would you do?

A. I will stop and enjoy the view.
Reaching the goal is fictitious, the path itself is the goal.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Want?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - You've set a goal and walking the path. Suddenly appears a formidable mountain that blocks your way. What would you do?

A. I will bomb it.
Nothing will make me stop going my way.
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions (Existential) - How Are You?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - If you describe your upbringing as a plant, what kind of soil have you grown up in?

A. Hard, dry soil. It was difficult to spread root. Lonely because there was not enough of us around.
"Therefore I need gentleness and comfort"
Five Questions (Existential) - How Are You?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - If you describe your upbringing as a plant, what kind of soil have you grown up in?

A. Cold and damp. There was a risk of root rot. I need to get out of here.
"Therefore I need to be bold and take a risk to change my environment."
Five Questions (Existential) - How Do You Feel?
Five Question (Metaphorical) -  Every climate has its own challenges. What is your hardship?

A. Temperate. Had to fend myself against mundane.
Therefore I need to free myself.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Do? / What Are You Afraid of?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - As a member of a group you must perform a task that is difficult or not to your liking. How do you respond?

A. I will sit back and relax.
I will get better result when I am at ease.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Want?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - You've set a goal and walking the path. Suddenly appears a formidable mountain that blocks your way. What would you do?

A. I will find the way around.
Sometimes it is best to not take the risk, or accept that I made the wrong choice.
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions (Existential) - How Are You?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - If you describe your upbringing as a plant, what kind of soil have you grown up in?

A. Fertile soil. But because of it, there were a lot of competion.
"Therefore I need to be grounded"
Five Questions (Existential) - How Do You Feel?
Five Question (Metaphorical) -  Every climate has its own challenges. What is your hardship?

A. Icy cold. Had to fend myself against neglect.
Therefore I need to find my peace in solitude.
Five Questions (Existential) - How Do You Feel?
Five Question (Metaphorical) -  Every climate has its own challenges. What is your hardship?

A. Humid. Had to fend myself against physical abuse.
Therefore I need to fight back.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Do? / What Are You Afraid of?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - As a member of a group you must perform a task that is difficult or not to your liking. How do you respond?

A. I will be the light that cheer everyone.
I trust that the nature is inherently giving.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Want?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - You've set a goal and walking the path. Suddenly appears a formidable mountain that blocks your way. What would you do?

A. I do not see the mountain.
I only focus on my next step.
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions - Who Are You and What Do You Love?
Five Questions (Existential) - How Are You?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - If you describe your upbringing as a plant, what kind of soil have you grown up in?

A. Poor, then soil. There was not enough nutrients to grow vigorously
"Therefore I need to nurture myself"
Five Questions (Existential) - How Do You Feel?
Five Question (Metaphorical) -  Every climate has its own challenges. What is your hardship?

A. Desert dry.  Had to fend myself against cynicism
Therefore I need to let go and flow.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Do? / What Are You Afraid of?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - As a member of a group you must perform a task that is difficult or not to your liking. How do you respond?

A. I will put in the effort even if I don't see the immediate return.
I trust the harvest time will come.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Do? / What Are You Afraid of?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - As a member of a group you must perform a task that is difficult or not to your liking. How do you respond?

A. I will move and do my part as best I can.
I believe the effort is more important than the result.
Five Questions (Existential) - What Do You Want?
Five Questions (Metaphorical) - You've set a goal and walking the path. Suddenly appears a formidable mountain that blocks your way. What would you do?

A. The sight of mountain would only excite me.
I only see obstacle as an opportunity.