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.
The Wheel of Fortune:
What we put out will come back to us in some way, shape, or form. Our fortune changes from one day to the next.
Like the Death card, we move into the eye of the storm in hope that we find the answer.
What is the answer?
Heck, what is the question?
A lot of times we hit the bottom of the Wheel of Fortune and think “What the fuck am I doing here?”
Language Aaron, language.
There will be moments in your life when frustration is simply a state of complaint.
There will be moments when frustration is a state of change.
It is up to us, to find out which is which.
Remember that complaining is healthy but after a while you start to form regret if the complaining does not stop.
Learn to let it go and move past the obstacle placed before you.
This is the real lesson. One must understand that with a state of change there are stages. We bubble and boil with the thoughts of moving forward.
We manifest destruction.
We move through the destruction and pick up the pieces that matter most to us.
We transmute them into prosperity.
There are moments when we can get stuck in the stage of destruction. The wheel wants to turn and go up, but we keep pulling it in the other direction due to old thoughts.
It is time to let go and allow the storm to do its job.
It is time to let go and allow the wheel to turn, whether it is forward or backward.
Two of Swords, Knight of Cups, The Emperor:
It is time for us to take the bull by the horns and lead them in a positive direction.
We have allowed their innocent heart to lead the way, now it is time for us to take control and make things happen.
The Emperor speaks to us about management over things of this world.
The Knight of Cups speaks to us about the mystic art of divination.
What we see in the cards is to be interpreted and understood.
We must follow with our heart rather than our head.
The Two of Swords speaks to us about an agreement.
Something is taking place because both parties do not want to lose but both parties also have their fingers crossed, understanding that the agreement can be broken at any time.
Why did I read each card on its own?
Sometimes we must look at each card as an individual, rather than a whole, so we can understand them better.
Maybe Source wants us to come to our own conclusion when the cards are read as one sentence, rather than just three adjectives.
It is time for action.
Stand up and say, “I am worthy of only good!”, or just simply stand up.
It takes on action of hope to create ripples of love.
It takes one memory of good to cause us to remember who we are.
We are love.
Until next time.
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