Each Wednesday I will begin the day by drawing a divination card for inspiration and posting it here.
With a few words from my intuition, I will give you something to think about for your day, and week.
Use the card as a writing prompt, or simply something to reflect on.
*I pick these cards at random, by shuffling a deck, and allowing a card to fall out on its own accord. Whilst shuffling, I ask God to show me what I need to see for this post, and all who read it. The message I give, may or may not correlate with the traditional meaning of the actual card. It may not resonate with you, and that is OK – this is just my offering to you who reads this, it is sent with love and best wishes. Take what feels right for you, and leave what does not, for another.
I have recently started an eight week Tarot course, mentioned here. As an intuitive/psychic reader, I felt that it would be useful to learn in more depth about the symbolism inherent in the cards, and meet other people doing the same.
For the next few weeks of the course, we will be looking at each suit of the Tarot in more detail. Last week we focused on the suit of Pentacles – traditionally associated with the material world, self-esteem and money. It is also the suit associated with the element of Earth. So this week’s Wednesday Wisdom has been picked using only Pentacle Tarot Cards.
I hope you enjoy this little difference!
Also, this week I decided to do things a little differently again…instead of pulling a card, I had one in my head for the last few days that I know I needed to write about.
Its one that has been on the blog before:
(6 of pentacles, Rider Waite Smith Tarot)
This is a card about balanced giving and taking.
This week I see it as being about the balance of give and take within a relationship. Whether that be a friendship or a romance.
The 6s in tarot represent a state of harmony and balance, or moving towards a state of harmony and balance.
Today I want to warn you of the perils of giving too much in a relationship. Not only will this put you in a position of feeling depleted, but it will also put the other person in the position of being needy.
When you look at the card above, with whom do you identify? Are you the giver or the receiver?
What motive do you think the person doling out the cash has for being charitable?
Should we be comfortable being in a position where we need another? If we can help it?
Should we be comfortable feeling like another person needs us? If in reality they have all they need within reach?
One of the most valuable aspects of charity is helping others to help themselves.
This can also be applied to those that we are in close relationships with. We can help empower people to save themselves. We can be kind and loving and supportive, and point people in the right direction. We can be encouraging.
How is today’s energy showing up in your life? With your friends, with your lovers?
Much love Txx