Good Afternoon all.
I’m so sorry ive not done a weekly guidance blog for a while , But life takes over sometimes.
I’ve been going through a massive energy transition myself , I’ve needed to give my life a little bit of an overhaul and I’ve been closing some old chapters.
It seems that the month of October is the month for a huge energy shift.
Mercury goes retrograde for its final time in 2020 on October 14th.
So be prepared for the past to come back around , but don’t be alarmed because for a lot of you i feel you too will also be closing old chapters in life.
Lets get down to legalities and then we can get on with weekly vision message and spiritual tarot card guidance.
First of all I must declare that all my spiritual guidance blogs are for entertaiment purpose only.
Weekly spiritual guidance blogs are for all sign and elements take what resonates and leave the rest.
Weekly Vision Message
I’m standing on an exotic beach, i can feel the warm air on my skin.
I can hear waves crashing onto the shore its peaceful and calm no one is around .
I’m looking out to sea and towards the sunrise on the horizon.
I start walking down to the shore , I can start to hear voices behind me ,I can’t quite understand what’s being said but I can hear confutation, people asking for my help .
As I continue to walk away from the noise , I don’t look back ,I keep walking and keep focusing on the horizon.
As I reach the shoreline before I put my feet into the waves ,I look back one last time and smile.
Then I continue to walk into the sea and onto the horizon , I feel all the past negative emotions and heartbreak wash away from me.
I now feel like Ive been truly set free onwards I go to future ,no more looking back at the past.
I feel this weeks vision relates to a lot of you out there!!
You can never change the past what’s done is done , There is no magic time machine for us to go back.
What we must do is learn from our past experience’s and use them for future choices and own self love.
Never run back to something or someone that broke you only ever move forwards.
We as humans like to fix what’s broken but not everything can be fixed not everything needs to be fixed we need to move on and learn from situation’s.
Maybe years down the road everything will make perfect sense but for now keep looking ahead.
The Hanged Man symbolizes suspension, change, reversal, sacrifice, readjustment, improvement, and rebirth.
The card means it is time to stop resisting and gain illumination.
It is the time for reflection before moving on.
Work on yourself and moving forward its time to move on and follow your own life path.
No matter what’s going on in your life, you can right the ship and keep moving forward.
The Judgement is in reverse I don’t normally reverse cards but it being a huge month of energy shift I feel its needed.
When the Judgment card is reversed in Tarot, it can mean fear of death, failure, possible loss, and ill health.
It can mean you are turning your back on something you must do, and it is costing you. You are hard on yourself and filled with the thought that you are incapable of doing what you need to.
Your in fear of loosing what’s already been lost, You must remember you can’t do anything about a situation or loosing someone who wants to leave.
Don’t be harsh on yourself and question what you could of done in order to change the outcome you must remember that you can’t change someone one else’s thoughts only your own.
Another card in reverse here we have the knight of pentacles.
When the Knight of Pentacles is reversed it indicates impracticality or wanting rewards without actually doing any work.
It can mean that your dreams will never happen if you don’t get to work on them.
The Knight of Pentacles reversed represents a person who is unstable, closed-minded, and pessimistic.
I feel this card is linked a person around you I feel for a lot of you your trying to change the outcome but the other party involved is happy being in this state of stagnant energy ,very stuck in there ways .
You can never truly follow your path with someone who is dragging there heels in the ground.
The Ten of Wands in Tarot stands for overextending, overwork, burdens, oppression, and struggle.
When the Ten of Wands is upright it signifies that you have been pushing yourself too hard.
It is the time for you to cut back and lighten your load and perhaps even share some responsibilities.
It is a sign that, for the sake of your health, you need to cut down on your duties and unending tasks.
You are like the figure on the Ten of Wands card who is trying to carry the ten poles and bent under the burden.
You cannot see where you’re going and are only thinking of your responsibilities.
This is the time to stop focusing narrowly in one area and find a balance in life by including other interests.
The Five of Cups stands for loss, bereavement, and regret.
The Five of Cups meaning in a Tarot reading is related to tangible losses, such as money, possessions, relationship, and work.
Or the losses could be intangible, such as dreams, opportunities, prospects, or reputation.
The loss, the sorrow, the regret could be great or small.
That said, you shouldn’t be discouraged by the appearance of this card because every negative has a positive side to it.
The figure on the Five of Cups card is draped in black and covered in grief.
He is staring at the overturned cups in front of him, oblivious to the fact that there are two upright cups behind him. Loss always hurts because we always resist change. However, every loss opens new opportunities and possibilities for growth.
Every loss initiates a change.
We need to go with the flow. If we struggle to hold on to what is gone, we suffer more.
The Four of Swords stands for rest, contemplation, and quiet preparation.
All the Swords cards represent some form of trials and challenges, and the Four of Swords is no different.
It is a challenge to remain quiet.
When the Four of Swords is upright means you might need to slow down.
This is the time to get some rest.
For people always on the go, strenuous activity becomes a habit that isn’t easy to break. Drawing the Four of Swords card is an ultimate challenge for the person to do nothing! With today’s stressful working environments and busy lifestyles, you may have forgotten to stop and be still.
This card is a reminder to pause and contemplate.
This is the time to think things over, to put things back into their correct perspective.
You need time for quiet preparation, time to focus your energy, and time to gather your strength.
This is how you can bring out the best in you.
This is the time to recognize the benefits of rest and contemplation.
You might be completely healthy, but you still need a break. It will help make sure you don’t get sick.
Bottom Of The Deck Card
The Wheel of Fortune card symbolizes destiny, unexpected events, and progress. This card reminds you that good luck happens as easily as bad, and everything happens in cycles.
You may be on top of the world now, but you could just as easily be headed downward. Change is a constant and inevitable part of life, and nothing lasts forever.
The basic symbols of this card are a clockwise-turning wheel with figures or beasts on it that are rising or falling.
When the Wheel of Fortune card is upright the card means a stroke of luck, an unexpected windfall.
You may feel in sync with the universe, like everything is going your way.
Take advantage of this moment to steer your ship to where it needs to be.
Focus on yourselves and your own goals you will find your new found confidence will draw the right kind of energy in to your life.
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Sending Love to you all