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.
Four of Coins:
This card talks about conserving versus hoarding.
We see the struggle on the man’s face in the card. Do I save my money for a rainy day, regardless if it is not raining, or save it due to my false thought of “lack of”?
Money can be viewed as an energy.
It must be processed just like anything else in our life.
It has the same value as other lessons.
It contains the same value as love.
It is just an energy.
If we view it as anything else, then the value is diminished, and it becomes our vice.
It holds us down.
It complicates things.
It makes us crazy.
We must find out how to conserve our money, our time, our self-worth.
Holding on too long will only make us want more. The thought of “lack of” will settle in and our adventure comes to a halt.
If we were to look at the man on the card, we would see that he is sitting on the side of the road, stuck, and holding on to things (what he sees as precious) for dear life.
In the distance there is a castle. A town. A place of new adventure. Maybe it is a bank. Maybe It is a store.
Maybe it is his goal.
One thing that we must learn from the Four of Coins is that all things require time and thought.
Maybe that is the money he is holding onto.
Time and thought.
Energy to create.
If we are to hold onto these things due to the thought of “lack of”, then what we desire will always be in the distance.
Give things away.
Hold onto things.
The power does not lie in the act. It lies in the thought process.
If you give with the thought of “there is always more”, then you will get exactly that.
When you do not give and think that you must hold onto everything in order to have more, then you will always be caught within the state of ‘not enough’.
This man sits on the cusp of both thought forms.
He simply must choose.
He simply must get up and move.
Ten of Coins, King of Swords, Nine of Swords:
The stress of things may keep us up at night.
Going through our head, round and round, with no guidance.
We allow it because we are in a state of fear.
The fear of nothing happening.
The fear of things just not working out.
Sometimes the sweet can turn sour within our mind. We may not appreciate the blessings that come into view.
Sometimes we are too enveloped within our own crap that we forget to look at the beautiful things around us.
The lesson of appreciation rarely happens every year. It is the forgotten homework that sits at the bottom of our backpack, waiting to be noticed, and when the assignment is due, we look everywhere for it.
We pray to the Universe for help in finding the lost object, and as we proceed to turn our whole world upside down, the bottom of the backpack is the last place we look.
We wait for our world to be turned upside down in order to appreciate what we truly have.
We wait for the feeling of ‘lack of’, to appreciate the beauty all around us.
This week we must try to appreciate everything and everyone.
From the person who hugs us at night, to the person who just stepped on our toes.
We try so hard to be our own person, and in the process, we forget to sit and appreciate the very moment we are standing in.
We forget to have fun and laugh with our friends because we are too hung up on being noticed.
Appreciation starts with this very moment.
It begins with a thought of love.
This week is about noticing the very good that is all around us.
Until next time.
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