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.
Ace of Coins:
Prosperity is a double-edged sword. With more money, comes additional spending.
Some may think that if you are to receive then you must pay out. That with new money comes new bills.
Sure, there is more money.
More money does not mean more happiness.
I want you to change your thinking.
With more prosperity, comes more prosperity. If you give, then more will show up.
The Ace of Coins is not set to money. It is not set to a certain amount.
The Ace of Coins speaks to a reader about the amount of joy and happiness around you. With a positive eye you can manifest your current desire. This card represents the desire made whole. Created out of fire, water, and air.
It stands smack dab in the middle of our life. It holds a mirror up to our face and states, “Is this what you wanted?”
The Ace of coins is our friend but remember that you create the happiness, the shit, the spell, and the joy that binds it to our heart.
We are the creator of our environment. We determine the level of our happiness. The Ace of Coins is the result of our effort, the result of our desire.
Sometimes it can look crooked.
But with a keen eye you can see the item set before you. You can see beyond the hurt, pain, and sorrow.
With the love in your heart the prosperity does not come with money. It comes with the small miracles set within your average day. The small miracles that you can only understand. The small miracles that set love in motion.
King of Cups, King of Swords, King of Coins:
The three wise men.
How funny that during Christmas time a council of men show up.
Maybe they are looking for a star.
Maybe they are looking for hope.
This week is about searching for something greater than our own little world.
We are part of the whole.
We need to recognize that “whole” and where it fits into our life.
Three wise men are here to bring us spiritual gifts.
The King of Cups is here to teach us about emotions and the power we contain within a relationship. This person is known as the “nurturing person”.
Who do we need to nurture in our life?
To aid them in their spiritual growth.
The King of Swords is here to bring us a gift of love.
This person is known as “The Lover”.
This is what we crave and desire within that wonderful person that we love.
The King of Coins is the “Elder Leader”.
This is the one person who we seek council from. Advice for the unknown charted waters set before us.
The person is strong willed. Set in their ways because they know what the future holds. They build their empire with one swift blow.
The spirits want us to know the end result with this thing called life. Especially during this holiday season, they want us to know that the goal is to explore, love, create, and understand.
Try to understand those around you for their journey is no different than yours, it may just be wrapped up in old used newspaper.
Not everything we receive in this life will look like gold trimmed wrapping paper with pretty bows.
Maybe the three wise men brought gifts of knowledge rather than real gifts. Maybe they were rich in wisdom rather than rich with material.
It is time to reflect on what we have become. It is time to evaluate our own life.
Are we spinning in a circle for other people or for our self?
Are we trying to be awesome for all the wrong reasons?
Maybe we should stop spinning. Maybe it is time to focus and ground our self. Maybe it is just the beginning speech before the flight departs.
Remember to put all luggage in the above compartments, put your seat belt on, and in case of an emergency the seats become flotation devices and a mask will supply you with air.
Imagine if Source could tell us this every time we set foot out on our new adventure. Imagine just how safe we would feel with a set of “in case of emergency” rules.
Until next time.