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.
Seven of Cups :
There are moments in your life where so many decisions are placed on the table. Like salt being spilt, the grains bounce and roll. Focus. Which grain of salt will you focus on? So many to choose from. So many decisions.
This card is requiring us to focus on one dream at a time. To pick and choose the one that will provide us with great happiness. We can get lost within the creation of a list of goals. We can get lost in the crossing out of items on that list. It may be too long or too short. Some items may be non-important and others may be vital to get you from point A to point B. The real lesson is to pick just one. Start at the top. Start at the bottom. Play a game of “catch a tiger by the toe” and see what transpires.
All in all, you must start at some point in time with just one item. When that is done, mark it off, and move on to the next. I want to advise you that the list never stops growing. The list never really goes away. Remember to relax and enjoy the journey. Enjoy writing the line across each goal and relish in the fact that you completed one more item on your list of life.
Nine of Coins, Five of Coins, The Hierophant:
Even when things are working out perfectly, it can feel like we are lost within the forest of life.
This week is about the joy of the journey, denial of truth, and returning to center.
We forget our true self within the shuffle of people and places. We forget that we are connected to Source.
We forget that answers are all around.
We wish the answer to be a certain shape and size. This blinds us.
We must focus on what we know.
We must focus on the fact that we are born to receive love, joy, and good within our life.
The spirits keep putting the song “Amazing Grace” in my head as I write this entry.
It is time to let go and allow things to take place.
I want to focus on the Five of Coins.
This card is about loss and misfortune but we must examine the picture on the card closely. There is so much more going on in the background.
The lights are always on in the church. The church is a symbol of sanctuary and peace. It is an answer. The church is tradition. The church is what we strive for in life, to be safe.
The people outside are poor. They are hurt. They have nothing to keep them safe and warm. They turn away from the church because of past pain. To them the church is a symbol of criticism. It is something that has caused them to live a life of pain and hurt, because they feel shame with who they are.
What they do not feel is that the church is holy and full of love. It is the men who live within it that make it a room of shame and hate.
We must look past our current issues. The ones that keep us in the cold because we think that shame is the only emotion we deserve.
We can find the truth through different avenues. We must allow Source to take over and lead us to where we truly belong within our spiritual path. Even if it means taking us to church. No one said we have to drink the Kool-aid and eat the cookies. We contain the power and if we wanted to sit in a church to feel the energy, then we are allowed to do just that. Do not deny things within your life because of a past hurt. If you do this, then you are stopping the flow of energy.
I know, I know.
Sometimes we must visit the past, in order to understand. Sometimes we have to return to a place that once denied us, only to be welcomed with open arms.
Sometimes we have to accept what is being given, in order to move on.
In order to understand that we are truly never lost, just misguided.
All roads lead to home.
Until next time.