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Use passages from the work of the German Idealist philosopher Hegel to resolve those everyday life dilemmas that can so perplex us. 'Is a new job my best next step?' 'Should I make a move on Tracy/Trevor from Accounts?'

Simply hold the book closed and focus on your question , stroking the pages as you think... 

When the moment feels right, open the book - Hegel will guide you to an answer.

Let's have a look at some examples:

See - it was obvious all along! Now go on, follow that dream.

>paragraphs 142,174,170,126 & 96 of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, translated by A.V. Miller (OUP 1977)<

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Sometimes people put things there, sometimes they're just there anyway.

Whatever the case, I'm always grateful.