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.
Position One: The Lesson
The Tower = Breaking down of one item in order to build up another. Nothing is really broken and unfixable. This card is telling us that we have to break things down in order to rebuild. The Tower card brings destruction into our life in order to help us grow. We grow with every heartbreak, breakup, and good-byes.
Position Two, Three, and Four: The Details
Two of Cups, The Sun, Two of Wands = We find that we must rebuild with old pieces that have fallen to the ground, when destruction happens in our life. The glass that was dropped on the floor, will surely be recycled once disposed of. We find new ways to use old broken items. New connections. New beginnings. Rough starts.
All of it is part of this wonderful thing called life. The details are simple. We connect. We rebuild. We are made whole again.
We never really destroy the former self. We simply pick up the pieces of our life, after destruction has hit, and add new ingredients to the former ones to create such beauty.
What you thought would happen, take place, would need, and want does not always come to you the way you ordered it.
We will receive what is needed in simple and small changes. It is not until we put great effort into the appreciation of the items we receive that we propel our inner most desire in the directions of greatness. One small raindrop can bring forth a storm.
Have you ever watched what happens after a destructive storm takes place?
Years later after the death and destruction has been grieved over, we will find new life has grown, green is produced on the land, and people move on. We do not forget what has been lost. We simply acknowledge that they have returned to the greater whole. That we are different and changed. Changed for the better.
This week be ready for great destruction. Broken glasses, broken keys, and lost items will guide your path. You can get mad and complain or acknowledge that it has happened for a good reason.
I bet if you took a moment and thanked the broken key for happening, then you will find the hidden secret placed with the meaning of the action.
What if you meet your future husband at the store that you get your key made at?
What if you have to buy new glasses and over hear a great secret opportunity that you can be involved in?
Instead of saying, “Great! What else could go wrong today?”
You should say, “Wonderful! Something good is about to take place. With this beautiful destruction I will surely receive what I am wanting.”
You don’t have to take my advice. You could lay down in the destructive mess and cry, but I assure you it will get you nowhere.
It is time for you to get up, look at what is left behind, and start to create a new foundation to build upon.
Until next time.