I Ching consulation. Practical advice for the here and now - from an ancient Chinese oracle.
"The I Ching does not offer itself with proofs and results; it does not vaunt itself, nor is it easy to approach. Like a part of nature, it waits until it is discovered. It offers neither facts nor power, but for lovers of self-knowledge, of wisdom - if there be such - it seems to be the right book."
C.G. Jung, 1949
For those open to a more esoteric approach to insight and problem-solving, the I Ching - or Book of Changes in English - is an ancient Chinese document that outlines 64 recurring situations in human lives, and 6 stages of progression for each of them.
C.G. Jung wrote the English introduction to the Wilhelm translation, which until recently was the most authoritative Western rendering of the book. He viewed the I Ching as an expression of universal archetypes, and summarized the book's quiet, unsought appeal in the quote above.
The I Ching can actually be used as an oracle. This is usually done by framing a question, and then tossing three coins six times, noting the number of heads and tails in each throw, and then reading the applicable passages.
I can help you in composing your question, consulting the oracle and interpreting the results.