I have spent the last hour singing and dancing in my living room in candle-light. I thank iHeart radio for the Rose Royce station! Love songs are sooo good.
I decided as I was dancing that I would pull a few cards. Below is the message.
Issue: “All wounds stem from the illusion of separation from Source and all of Creation. The route to healing this wound is through cultivating love and compassion for every being on this planet, including yourself. True compassion requires not only the feeling of warmth that emanates when you are in touch with your heart center, but in acts of kindness. Respect the fact that your heart is a giver (putting out electrical energy) and a receiver (drawing in magnetic energy). Righteousness, fear, anger, and judgement are some common ways to block your natural desire to love. Forgiveness is not only about letting go of judgement, but also seeing through the illusion that you and All-That-Is are separate. Look about you, and within you, and do your best to love whatever you see.”
Hidden subconscious influence: “You are in an intense process of emergence into the next cycle of your life. Unlike more gradual shifts in awareness you have experienced, this one is happening quite rapidly and came on somewhat unexpectedly. You may even think you are unprepared for such dramatic changes in your life, yet you are prepared and can put to use experiences and wisdom you have accumulated up to now. Life is demanding that you move in to the next stage of maturity. This requires you to adjust your thinking about yourself, others, and your community. It calls for you to shed yet another of your ego-filled defenses and let go of any illusions of being less than who you are. This period of emergence is one of broadened consciousness and heightened perceptual capacities; and since it is inevitable, it is best to surrender to the flow and allow yourself to gracefully move into the next cycle of your life.”
Known external influence: “There is a quiet, still place inside of you that will always be available for a sanctuary yet, finding that place in the natural world will enhance and compliment this internal place of peace. Whether it’s a cave, meadow, forest, seashore or any other setting in Nature, this is where you can see, hear and feel the presence of the Creator in your surroundings. Let it become a temple for your heart and soul. Rather than having your computer, television, or any other human-made device or activity be your sanctuary, allow yourself to discover the perfect place in Nature where you can simply be and breathe. Doing so bridges the connection between internal and external, facilitating a spiritual communion that allows your being to be aligned with All-That-Is.”
What is required: “You are in a place now where you can take risks with your feelings, and even more important, take risks with the truth of who you are ~ the truth you know in your heart and soul. You no longer need to be subjected to your conditioned fears of letting others know who you really are. Yes, others may judge, evaluate, criticize, and perhaps even put you down. These are very real possibilities. Yet by trusting that you have the strength to deal with these reactions ~ rather than responding adaptively and always playing it safe ~ you can more confidently allow yourself to be vulnerable. Always holding back from expressing your truth can create an illusion of safety, but armed with your trust and your faith, you can choose to be vulnerable and share your authentic self with the world.
Resolution: “Your breathing is too shallow. Although it may feel natural, it is an unhealthy habit that causes this shortness of breath. When you subconsciously shorten your breath, no matter if it is habitual or triggered by some event or circumstance, it activates certain physiological signals that prepare your system for “fight or flight.” Another conditioned response to danger is to hold your breath. This is your survival response, although it does not serve you to do so. So … breathe! Inhale deeply regardless of your concerns, worries, or problems; then let it go. Next, allow yourself to breathe a little deeper and slower a few times. Remember that every breath you inhale is a gift, and every breath you exhale is a gift. The forest is a clear reminder of how this works.”