Other Methods of Divination
Every time you flip a coin before making a decision, you're consulting an oracle. When you look at a wooly caterpillar's coloring to determine whether the coming winter will be harsh or mild, you're divining the future. Signs that might be omens are around you all the time, everywhere, if you choose to see them.
Some people randomly open a favorite book or religious text and consider the first passage they read to be inspired guidance. Others turn on the radio and listen for meaning in the first song that plays. Many witches and shamans see significance in sightings of animals and birds. Anything can be an oracle.
Don't discount a form of divination because it seems too simple — those daisy petals you plucked when you were a kid to find out if the person you had a crush on loved you could be as reliable as the runes. The oracular device is merely an aid to help you access your own inner knowing.
Pay attention to events, experiences, and impressions, especially those that repeat themselves. Soon you'll sense that something or someone seems to be communicating with you. That's what divination is all about: receiving guidance for the future from a source other than ordinary logic.