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 Swords:
There are moments in life where you must rest in order to be whole again.
The Four of Swords deals with the light subject of death, or rather, what seems like death. Pink talks about it in her song “I’m not dead”.
She states that she is simply floating in the astral plane.
She is resting and hiding within life so that she can fight again.
Just like Sleeping Beauty, we are waiting for a kiss to break the curse that has been placed on us.
This card speaks about that slumber that may seem like we are dead.
Maybe Source is telling us that we need to be whole so that we can return to our life shinning bright and new.
It does not mean we are giving up. It simply means that we are listening to our own spirit and loving our current self.
We are relaxing so that we can aid others on their path later on.
Do Reiki on your self.
Create sacred space and listen.
This card is about listening and sitting still for a moment.
It is advising us to allow good to take place all around us by just standing still and being quiet.
The Star, Four of Coins, Eight of Coins:
We set goals within our life to bring us joy.
Sometimes we fail.
Sometimes we give up.
We burry them in the ground to produce another seed of light.
We spend our energy on something else and try to pour our heart and soul into something that can not grow.
If we understand that there are other things set out before us.
We must look deeper into our past and understand what actually contains value and worth.
Is it our family?
Is it our partner?
Is it our job?
Where do we want to go with all of this muck and mud that we have collected throughout the years?
With the Eight of Coins sitting beside us, we move to the next journey.
Everything that we have learned is ready to be applied to a new project.
Still old in nature.
Still old in heart.
Maybe the past has to be recognized, put between two books for preservation, and brought out when it has dried up.
This way it can be carried with us on our journey, from one destination to the next.
Consider it a talisman of some sort.
The kind that brings us light in the darkest times of our life.
The kind that shows us the way back home.
Until next time.
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