Welcome to your weekly post about the energy of the week, what it will be like, and how to take better advantage of that energy.
Let us begin.
Five of Cups:
We must all learn the value of saying good bye.
Sometimes what we see as a loss is really a blessing.
What we have given up is gone but there are things left behind.
Lessons and values that have surfaced to the top of your pond.
They float there, bobbing up and down, in hope that they will be recognized.
A lot of people associate the Five of Cups to the phrase “don’t cry over spilled milk”.
This week the Five of Cups goes deeper into that spilled milk.
My advice is to cry over the spilled milk.
Shake your fist at it, blame it for being in your way in the first place (even though you placed it there), and kick it while it is down.
After you have showed your true feelings, regarding the situation, look into the pitcher that contained the very essence of that milk of life.
Is there some left?
I would think so.
With the curvature of the vessel it was in, there should be just enough for a sip.
A sip that will quench your thirst.
After all, everything happens for a reason.
Maybe a sip is all you needed in order to get by until the next trip to the store.
The Tower, Seven of Coins, Ace of Wands:
Here we go again.
The Devil card made an appearance and her sister,The Tower, wants to also be recognized.
Destruction takes place within our life this week.
Creating a thought of loss.
Things may break with no way of being repaired, but we understand it happened for a very good reason.
Sometimes items and people need to be shattered and broken down, to really understand what value they bring to our life.
We let go of the past.
We swing the star to the left now, wishing for something better.
New thoughts and a new belief.
We are left with the very essence of that item.
We pick it up and put it in our pocket for a later use.
We plant the new seed in the ground and wait for it to bloom.
The Ace of Wands is telling us that the seed will bloom and bring forth so much prosperity.
We must have faith.
We must believe that everything will work out okay.
We must rebuild.
Stone by stone, we place love and peace within the foundation, kissing each piece of clay and wood.
We brush the dust off and seal in the good.
We master a new thought and process.
The realization that destruction is just a moment in time.
One single stamp on our timeline.
Until next time.
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