"Sarvananda Bluestone in one compelling excursus sweeps out the New Age fundamentalist fallacy that all our oracles need be Chinese or Gypsy. Rather he shows us, with a refreshing wisdom, how to let nature and the raw material of our experience be our projecting screen for the wisdom faculty of the soul. How to Read Signs and Omens in Everyday Life should be required reading for Divination 101!"
– Stephen Larsen, author of A Fire in the Mind: The Life of Joseph Campbell
"Sarvananda Bluestone is a rare combination: a gifted psychic who is also a scholar and a scholar whose clear and lively writing style is accessible to all. In How to Read Signs and Omens in Everyday Life, Dr. Bluestone offers a smorgasbord of fun, easy, and magical games with which anyone can tap in to the latent sixth sense that is our birthright as humans."
– Helen Weaver, author of The Daisy Sutra: Conversations with My Dog and editor of The Larousse Encycl
"In this fascinating paperback he presents 75 exercises for finding signs and omens in the everyday world. Bluestone's exercises are helpful, provoking us to read the world around us."
– Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Health, May 2002
"[The author] demonstrates that of the power within requires nothing more than a little guidance and a willingness to see."
– Sedona, May 2002
"Bluestone has put together an interactive workbook giving us games to play, questions to answer and exercises to do."
– Diane Wilde, SHE magazine, June 2003
"Bluestone's exercises are helpful, provoking us to read the world around us."
– Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Health, 06/03
"Bluestone shows us how our innate knowledge can be rediscovered, allowing us to become more in tune with our surroundings."
– Arizona networking News, June/July 2002
"I would recommend this book to people who want to develop their intuition and explore some very interesting, ancient divining tools. The exercises are fun, and will entertain as well as educate."
– Jennifer Hoskins, New Dawn