Toss a Coin with Your Guides

In my recent class, How to Become Who You Want to Be, we discussed how to become comfortable communicating with guides. I suggested student set up a system to check if the information they think they are getting is from their guides or from their head.

One system is to ask your guides if the information (suggestion, advice, call to action) is coming from them or from within you and then flip a coin to answer yes or no, and then proceed to follow the coin flip. Before you trust this, set up some guidelines for the guides. Below are guides that I use, but feel free to make up your own.


  • Invite the guides to play with you.
  • Choose a coin denomination you will always use.
  • Decide if heads or tails is yes or no.
  • Decide how many coin tosses you will throw before following advice.

After the class, one of my students sent me a link to a coin tossing program  and asked if I thought it was okay to use rather than a physical coin. I used a physical coin and asked my guides to tell me yes or no and then flipped th coin. Yes

Then I used the computer program to ask, “Is it okay to use this computer program to communicate with the guides?” Yes. Next question was, “Do you want to communicate this way with me occasionally?” Yes.

All of the answers were yes. Now I wanted to ask a question I knew would be a “no” and, after I asked the question, the program came up with a “no”.

Play with it and see how you like this system.