When you arrive home, secure the first photograph of yourself that was taken at least 8 years ago. What are you doing, where are you at and who is with you? What did you have to eat today? Where did it come from? Note the circumstances surrounding the ‘food event’. Look in your wallet. Count the change you have. Write the exact amount down.
From this assortment of words: choose three:
Nuts, tea, wrapper, feet, cellophane, pen, fan, feather, bicycle, leaves, antennae, speakers, daytime, moon, level, wet, car, kiss, blizzard, matron, celebrate, inches, tailspin, negotiable, ram sack door, bed, warehouse, bacon, baby, surprise, delegate, romper room, satisfy, movie, rain, daily, running, motor cycle, wind ,mixer blades, promise, selection
Turn on the television after having completed the list of words. Write down the subject of the first commercial that shows up. Call a friend. Ask him or her IF they could go anywhere in the world this moment all expenses paid where it would be. Go find the first book in your house that jumps out at you. Turn to page 67 go 11 lines down and read the sentence, broken or not, it does not matter. Next, when you go to your computer and pull up the internet, find the 7th news story. What happened? Where did the event occur? It will unfold a forgotten inert secret.
Take some time to relax, no distractions. When you are able to get quiet, recall the time when you were 12 years old. What is the first place that comes to mind? Next, name the school where you attended in the 7th grade. Who was your teacher? What did you like or dislike about her? On this day, (today) what is the name of the snack you got for yourself after the hour of seven o’clock? Why do you choose that particular snack? If you have a child, write the next 6 words he/she says to you. If not, write the next 6 words spoken, period.
You are now at a place in your artistic theme that reveals a spectacular clue of momentous measure. Do not overlook this one phrase. Whoever is your mother or mother figure has/had an impossible dream. Try to get her to reveal it to you. This dream must be something that is totally out of the realm of possibility of ever being able to come to pass. Note whatever is relayed.
Before retiring to bed, a photograph on the wall or painting will shed light on a matter of weighted significance. The color orange will bear witness to its connected relevance. When is the last time you had a glass of win, beer or a mixed drink? Note the place and circumstance. What color clothes did you wear today? How old do you feel? Take a picture of yourself this moment. Either you’re your cell phone or camera; matters not with which. Do not look at it until one week from today. Before retiring to bed, find the first object that is purple. Where is it?
How sexual do you feel tonight? Note the intensity on a scale of 1 to 20. Write down the number. [Before going to bed turn on some music from the radio.] What is the first song you hear? Note its message. When you close your eyes, what is the image you see? Pay very close attention to the dreams you have on this night. IF you awake try to remember any part of the dream. Do not interpret it! What date is it when you get up the following morning? How is that date relevant to you? Who is born on that date, married, died, (not necessarily the same month)? Today you will not think of the events of the previous day in any manner whatsoever. After one week has passed you will assemble the notes you made and place them in a story like fashion. This too is only the beginning. Place the folder aside not to be tampered with until exactly one month from the date you assembled the notes. During this time and only after at least 37 days have past, will you learn a surprising unmistakable element of artistic desire in you to be realized. This irrefutable secret/ talent will continue to show itself through various unsuspecting seemingly unrelated photographs which appear at random.