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.
Eight of Coins:
The Three of Coins and The Eight of Coins are just examples of where we stand in a situation.
The Three of Coins is an example of our desire for the recognition from others, we place our little self in a position of “wanting to be loved”.
The desire to be noticed is greater than our own acknowledgment of our beautiful self.
We want to be seen and heard.
The Eight of Coins is the opposite.
We desire to notice others in our peripheral vision.
In the hindsight of who we were and where we have been.
We know just how great we are with the tools and articles that surround us.
It is time to master a new craft.
It is time to master a new set of skills that can be added to what we know now.
Blend it all together.
Jump into a new thought of desire.
We are worthy of this change.
We are worthy of this new power.
Sometimes we get stuck in the middle of what we know and what is unknown.
We get stuck in the unforeseen examples of life that sticks to us like honey.
The pain and hurt of certain people, the pain and hurt of a certain situation, the undetermined scream of our simple voice can get lost in the crowd. We can get lost within the crowd of people.
Sometimes we must look for the highest point, muster up a feeling of determination, and climb the fuck out of the shit hole we have created.
This is where the Eight of Coins will take us.
We rise above all the criticism and chastising that others may lay upon us.
We rise above it all to find new tools to manifest good into our life.
Judgement, Knight of Coins, Seven of Cups:
We wake up to a brand new day.
Things are looked at in a different light.
We contain new ideas and thoughts that take us to the next level of our adventure.
Are we happy?
That is a trick question.
Of course we are happy.
We shine with every heartbeat.
We are asked to be the manager.
Put things in their right place.
We gather people together to form a community.
We plant seeds of truth and hope.
We water them every day.
We are the sunlight they desire.
We watch them grow and when the time comes, we harvest.
Sometimes we get bogged down with our dreams.
There are too many.
We lose focus.
We give up.
Imagine if we focused our attention on just one small dream at a time.
So much would get accomplished.
The Seven of Cups is about picking just one dream.
The man sits before seven cups with good dreams and bad dreams.
As if he is trying to accomplish everything in one adventure.
The page turns and we find that we are human.
Fragile and filled with emotions.
But change can not happen without a little discomfort.
Notice I did not say pain.
Focus on all of the dreams or simply focus on one, the outcome will still be the same.
We will find that things will work out in our favor, regardless of the side steps and great falls.
If managed properly, the detours will contain the most joy and laughter.
Until next time.
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