Hello beautiful people,
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 mans 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 worth as love. It is just an energy.
If you view as anything else then the value is diminished and it becomes your vice.
It holds us down.
It complicates things.
It makes us crazy.
We have to 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 could see that he his 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 have to 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 thought.
When you do not give and think that you have to 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 has to choose. He simply has to get up and move.
Four of Wands, Three of Coins, The Hierophant:
Last week was about being strong. This week is about returning to what we know is truth.
Maybe we need to be tough and rugged. Maybe the old bitch needs to come out and make shit happen.
Regardless, we are a new person. Our past never really goes away. The old self just sits quietly in the past. It waits.
It asks us nicely ‘are you okay?’
It asks us several times ‘do you need our help?’
We answer back, “No. No. I am fine. I am light now. You are dark. I need to be gentle. I need to be compassionate.”
We soon find out that it only leads us back to the beginning. Eventually our bitch self comes roaring out when we are fed up.
When we are frustrated.
It is not a bad thing.
That old self is there to get things moving. To get things done. After the pieces of glass are cleaned up, the old self returns to its chair in the past, waiting. Waiting for the opportunity to destroy what lies we tell our self.
I am not telling you that your old bitch self has to stay for long periods of time. They are only welcome for the time it takes to snap us back into shape. After that we must work with the power of independence and spiritual practice. It is always a struggle. It is always a balance.
Sometimes the power we have inside wants to come out in full force and demolish what is around us. Sometimes we feel that destroying shit will create the change that is needed. As if we are able to hit a reset button on the game of life.
I wish this was true.
Sometimes the old self (hurt, demolished, sad, depressed, etc.) must be present, to remind us of how far we have come.
To show us where we started, how far we have traveled, and just how much stronger we are now.
Until next time.