Weekly Spiritual Guidance 04/09/2020 to 11/09/2020

Hello Everyone

I hope you are all well..

It’s that time of the week again for your weekly spiritual guidance from Seashells & Lipgloss blog.

I really do hope that all my readers enjoy them and please don’t forget to share like and subscribe to my blog for other daily blog posts on life love and everything else in-between.

As I must always state that all my weekly spiritual guidance’s posts are for entertainment purpose only.

My guidance’s posts are for all signs and elements.

Take What resonates and leave the rest to the universe.

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My spiritual vision message for this week is…

This week as I was tuning into spirit ready for your guidance messages , I was shown a fast flowing stream, I also saw a girl with a large orange autumn leaf in her hand she want’s to put the leaf in the stream and let if float away but she’s worried that the stream will overpower the leaf and drag it under water.

What she feels is panic and fear of what might happen to the leaf if she lets go of it.

She sits there a while calm’s her thoughts and her mind as she contemplates she notices that whist she’s taken a step back to focus on herself that the stream has calmed down its not so fast moving anymore and her fear for the leaf has passed.

She is now able to let go and watch it sail down into the horizon until she can no longer see the leaf and she’s let go of the fear.

The moral to this vision is sometimes we don’t act on situations due to the fear of what might or might not happen but as we take a step back to refocus ourselves and evaluate situations we move forward with a more clear and positive mindset, this allows us to let go and move on to better and bigger things , just from releasing fear of the unknown.

1st Card

The Justice card in Tarot is about reason, truth, and, yes, justice.

This is the card about cold, objective balance.

It’s also about moderation in all things, as well as the realities of karma. If you’re not keeping the scales balanced, there could be some fallout.

Justice symbolizes harmony, balance, equality, righteousness, virtue, honour, and advice.

It can also mean a time for adjustments, as well as an opportunity to bring physical, emotional, social, and spiritual things back into balance.

It also means it is time to stand tall and strong against the things that might be trying to throw you off balance.

2nd Card

The Lovers card in Tarot symbolizes love, as well as romance, connection, attraction, and perfect harmony.

The basic symbols of this card are an angel or Cupid, a man and a woman, and two trees. In some decks, there is a man standing between two women, and in some decks, one tree is flowering and the other has fruit.

Β it stands for love, harmony, trust, honour, the beginning of romance, and optimism.

It is a card of passion, and feeling passionate, but it isn’t strictly about romantic relationships and intense interpersonal bonds.

One basic meaning of this card is that you may come across a divergence you dare not miss, no matter the difficulty, even if it is against your chosen path.

Be on the lookout for this opportunity, and don’t automatically take the easy road.

Think things over before you come to a decision.

Perhaps it’s time to take a leap of faith in love and connections.

3rd Card

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The Seven of Pentacles means you need a time-out.

This isn’t a card of finality. This is an in-between card that means you have to pause and check your strategy.

The image on the card is a person who has worked hard and then paused to take some time to admire their work.

It means it is time to catch your breath after a lot of activity.

It’s time to assess your work and what you get from that work.

Maybe you’ve been so busy that you haven’t taken the time to reflect on what you’ve accomplished.

This is the time to take stock of your situation and make sure you’re getting the results you want.

4th Card

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The Hierophant card in Tarot symbolizes traditional values and is often associated with the religious or spiritual.

The purpose of the Hierophant is to bring the spiritual down to earth.

The basic meaning of this Tarot card is to create harmony in the face of crisis. During a crisis, the Hierophant diffuses the panic and offers good and practical advice.

The basic symbols of the Hierophant card are twin pillars, a staff, throne, the triple crown of a pope, a hand raised in blessing, and two acolytes.

Β It symbolizes a need to conform and social approval on the one hand, and mercy, forgiveness, compassion, conformity, and inspiration on the other.

This card means that you know how to solve your problem even though it isn’t very easy.

5th Card

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The Nine of Pentacles in Tarot stands for discipline, self-reliance, and refinement.

The Nine of Pentacles meaning in a Tarot reading is positive.

It’s about not concentrating too much on the business side of life, represented by coins in the image that are placed toward the ground.

On the other hand, there is another side to life: the arts, music, and the other forms of beauty that are very much part of our lives.

You have to enjoy these finer things, too.

It’s time to let go and enjoy the finer things in life and share that abundance with others. You’ve earned it. It’s time to focus less on work and more on enjoying arts and culture. The card also signifies self-reliance. Remember to trust your own abilities.

This is the time to take matters into your own hands.

6th Card

The Queen of Swords in Tarot stands for honesty, astuteness, forthrightness, wittiness, and experience.

Her personality is a combination of the positive air energy of the Swords suit and the inward focus of a Queen.

The Queen of Swords admires honesty, is committed to truth, and tells you exactly as it is. She has no interest in lies or tricks and has a marked lack of pretence.

She fully understands the good and the bad of the world and is not easy to fool.

She can easily analyse a situation, and she can identify a tricky one coming at her.

Her observations are straightforward and candid and not meant to be hurtful.

Another of the traits of the Queen of Swords is a sense of humour along with witty comebacks.

It means you need to think and feel like her.

The first and foremost way is to be completely honest. You need to figure out what is going on and ensure that you are not letting yourself be fooled.

You may also need to see the humour in a situation you are facing, and make sure that you’re inspired by her special energy.

I hope you enjoyed your weekly guidance post please feel free to comment below if you have any questions or extra clarity.

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Sending Love to you all

Stacie xx



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Hi I'm Stacie I'm 32 busy mum from Liverpool πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Started blogging April 2019 I hope you like my blog posts

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