Healing Messages from Spirit
I thought it might be good to get some healing messages from spirit today. We’ve had some solar activity and just come through a powerful full moon. Change is happening on every level for many people. Hopefully, these messages resonate with you. If you need more information or would like a personal reading, they are available here.
The decks used in this reading are the Fairy Tarot Cards by Doreen Virtue and Radleigh Valentine, the Gilded Reverie Lenormand Expanded Edition by Ciro Marchetti, the Wisdom of the Hidden Realms Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid, the Energy Oracle by Sandra Anne Taylor, the Whispers of Love Oracle Cards by Angela Hartfield, and the Soul Coaching Oracle Cards by Denise Linn.
Using the picture below, choose whichever pile you are called to and scroll down for your reading. Please share this with those whom it may help!
The cards in this pile are the King of Summer, Time and the Dog, The Wise Woman of Wonderland, Rest and Relaxation is Essential, and Yin/Yang. The image on the die is an apple.
This entire pile is about commitment, whether to yourself or other. I will read this pile more generally, however it is definitely romantic relationship material if that applies to you.
The King of Summer is either representing the incoming romantic partner or is simply the advice your heart is giving you to follow. It is often said that we will know when we meet the right person or make the right move. The reason that happens is because it feels right in the body. It is obvious to us that this is where we’re supposed to be and what we’re supposed to be doing. If you’re not paying attention though, you’ll miss that feeling. Look for it as you move forward. It is there.
The clocks or Time card indicate either the passage of time whether fast or slow or the need to do something in the present. The Dog is about loyalty and commitment. Together these cards say it is time to show loyalty to that decision, yourself or somebody else. The time has come for you to dedicate yourself in some way to what you’re wanting to do.
That commitment is reflected in the Commitment card that came out of the Soul Coaching deck. It’s also talking about making a commitment to self or other. The bottom of the card says, “My commitments increase my joy and freedom!”. Always when making a commitment it should feel good. It should be in alignment with you and what you’re want. If you’ve ever taken a job just for a pay check, you’ll understand the feeling of something not being in alignment with you. It sucks. It doesn’t feel good and it likely won’t last long. How long did you stay in the last job you took just to earn money?
The Wise Woman of Integrity is reminding us that loyalty and commitment to ourselves or other keep us in integrity and alignment. When we’re loyal to our dreams, to what we want to achieve, to our romantic partner, we feel good about ourselves. We are happy, excited and free. When we do things that aren’t in alignment we don’t feel so good. We can stay in integrity by honoring our commitments, whatever they are.
The final card is Yin/Yang. This is all about balance. Once we’re in alignment or together in that new relationship, we have to find balance. We may need to compromise or work things out with somebody else. At no point should those compromises ever put you out of alignment or jeopardize your integrity. Compromising about who is doing the dishes is not the same as deciding to rob a bank together. Just make sure that you find your own balance in that new experience by asking for what you need, communicating clearly, and working with those around you.
The apple on the die is a reflection of the fruit of your labor, the abundance that comes through honoring commitments and staying true to ourselves in the process. The time is ripe for you to make these decisions and stand behind them. You will succeed!
The cards in this pile are the Nine of Winter, the Child and the Heart, The Eagle King, Impeccability, Angle of Strength, and Ask for Help. The image on the die is a horseshoe magnet.
This pile is all about what we’re bringing to us, magnetically attracting. We’re manifesting stuff all the time whether we think we are or not, we’re always drawing our next experience to us. What are you bringing in right now?
The Nine of Winter suggests maybe we’re focusing on the bad stuff, the things we don’t want. It’s human to feel like we’re supposed to focus on the problems in order to fix them. That’s what society teaches, but it’s actually backwards. By focusing on a problem we make it worse, not better. We need to focus on what we want to create instead. When we do, the solution to the problem will show up. As Louise Hay used to say, “I don’t fix my problems. I fix my thinking and the problems fix themselves.”. This is how things work!
The Child is about inexperience or having something new happen. It can also be about naivety or an actual child. The Heart is about our emotions, love, how we feel about something. Maybe there is a new love forming here, not in the romantic sense, but in the emotional manifesting sense. By finding the love or bringing love into the situation, we allow ourselves to focus on the positive, on the good stuff, instead of the negative or bad stuff. The more we can focus on love, the more we are likely to be guided to a solution to our problems.
The Eagle King is about widening the lens so that we see a bigger picture. When we zoom right in on problems we miss things. We don’t see the alternative solution. We don’t see who might be around to help us. We don’t see the options. We only see the problem. So zoom out a little bit, have a look around, change your focus entirely. It will get better.
Impeccability is reminding you to watch the thoughts that go through your mind. To trigger fear in an attempt to keep us safe, the mind makes up all kinds of crazy stuff. None of it is true, most of it never ever happens but we buy into it anyway. Do your best to tell the voice in your head to jump off a bridge and allow yourself to find some flow. Don’t be triggered by the thoughts in your head. That’s not helping!
The Angel of Strength is reminding you that you have the power to get through whatever is going on for you right now. It’s also a reassurance that you’re going to be fine. This will all work out in the end. Trust yourself.
The last card is Ask for Help. Find somebody to talk to if you need to. Ask for divine help if that is something you do. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength. It’s okay to say that you’re struggling with something. Sometimes that outside perspective can make a world of difference. Just remember to find people that are supportive, not somebody who is going to react from their own triggers and trauma.
The image on the die is of a horseshoe magnet. This is all about what we attract, like a magnet, to ourselves. Pay attention to the experiences you’re having. If you don’t like them, you can change them by doing the healing work.
Trust this experience is for your benefit. Understand what needs to be healed and move forward. You will be okay. Everything is going to work out just fine.
The cards in this pile are Six of Autumn, the Ring and the Scythe, The Hawk Prince, Beginnings, Hostilities, and Turn on Your Heart Light. The image on the die is of a key hole.
Change is in the air pile 3. Something is coming and it appears to be rather sudden. Maybe it’s something you weren’t really expecting to have happen.
The Six of Autumn indicates something coming in of a positive nature. It could be money, a new job, a new romantic partner, a trip to somewhere or something else entirely.
The Scythe talks about urgency or something happening suddenly. The ring talks about commitments. It can be an engagement ring quite literally. (Surprise proposal maybe?!) But more often than not it’s some commitment or contract, whether it’s a contract for a new job or a new friendship. Together, these two combine to give the idea of a sudden or rather unexpected commitment to something or someone.
Hostilities indicate that not everybody around you may be so happy about your new commitment. That’s not the end of the world though. They don’t have to like it. It’s your journey. Maintain your boundaries and, if necessary, cut people out or off when appropriate. It’s okay to have boundaries. It’s okay to stay out of it entirely. There is no need to get into the drama other people bring to you. The image I’m being given is a cat bringing home a dead bird. What would you do with that? You wouldn’t frame it or keep it, would you? You wouldn’t hang on to it. So why hang on to drama and hostile fire? Just let it go and move on with your life. You’re allowed to make choices for yourself and you don’t need others’ approval.
There is a new beginning here for you with the Beginnings card. Some change is coming through this sudden commitment to something. You may already know what this change is or this may be a heads up for you that something is coming. Be ready for anything though! Surprises are always fun!
The Hawk Prince is about paying attention. What are you paying attention to, first and foremost? Secondly, are you listening to the guidance you are getting? There is divine communication coming in for you around this sudden change. Are you listening?
The final card is Turn on Your Heart Light. There is going to be some drama around this for you and it’s important that you stay in your heart space as much as you can. The more you can be compassionate with others and understand why they might be projecting what they are, the more easily you will flow through this experience. You are safe and protected. Stay in your heart space as much as you can so that you can remain calm in all the activities.
This pile could also be read as a sudden ending to some commitment. The Scythe can be interpreted as a painful ending. All of the messages still apply though. You will be okay. You can handle the drama and fighting that may happen. Stay in your heart and remember that endings always bring new beginnings. Take this pile as it resonates for you.
The image on the die of a key hole is saying that a door is unlocking for you, a new beginning is coming. It is still your job to walk through the door once it is unlocked though, but you can do that. Follow your heart, listen to your guidance and all will be well.
The cards in this pile are the Queen of Winter, the Bridge and the Anchor, The World, the High Lady of Love and Compassion, Action, and Slow Down. The image on the die of a home.
The Queen of Winter is suggesting there is something to let go of here. What are you holding on to that’s not serving you anymore? Whether it’s a relationship, a job, some repeating scenario in your life, it’s time to let go of the things that are holding you back.
The Bridge is about finding a way forward. When there is a gap between where we are and where we want to be, we need to build a bridge, a way to get from A to B. That is what needs to happen in this situation. It is time to find a way forward.
The Anchor suggests that maybe we’re still holding on to something and we’re not allowing ourselves to build the bridge. Maybe we’re stuck in the building of the bridge or having a problem crossing the bridge that’s already built. We can’t stay where we are though. We have to move forward. The question you have to answer is how?
The World card suggests that completion of a cycle is coming. When we let go of things it tends to bring with it an ending of some kind. That’s not a bad thing. Very few things are permanent. It’s okay to let people and things go when needed. This situation obviously isn’t working for you though. It’s time to move on.
The High Lady of Love and Compassion is reminding you to be compassionate with yourself and anybody else involved. Letting go isn’t easy. Sometimes the conversations around this are very difficult to have but this is necessary. Be easy on yourself, allow the emotions to flow. You will get through this.
The Action card is indicating it’s time to move forward. We aren’t trees, we can’t stay stuck. Get moving and do what needs to be done! It’s safe to move forward.
The final card is Slow Down. Yes, we’re going to take action and move forward, but we’re not going to be in a hurry. We can go at our own pace, allow ourselves to grieve if we need to, and make this experience as comfortable for ourselves as we can. The trick is to just keep going.
The image of a home on the die is telling me that maybe you’ve been made uncomfortable by this whole experience or maybe you’re heading “home” in some sense. Maybe the releasing of whatever this is will allow you to find your home. Either way, the uncomfortable feeling won’t last, you will heal, and you will find your home.
Change seems to be on the horizon for everybody, regardless of how big or small the change may be. Stay in alignment with who you are. Never compromise your integrity. Stay in your heart and follow it because it always knows the way. And regardless of what’s happening, remember that you will be okay. It will always work out in the end because it always does.
All is well. Sending love to all.
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