Did you all have a delightful Equinox? Mine was peaceful. Mostly. With the added bonus of being able to purchase some groceries. It’s a gift that we should never take for granted. Also, the baseball playoffs* are now going to begin. It’s truly Fall.
*The possibility that Dan and I will be cheering for opposing teams is highly likely. It could be a Hovel Divided, come World Series season.
What seemed like a spiritual conflict appeared when I jotted down our message and flipped over today’s daily draw.
Reflection and Contemplation,
both exceptionally useful tools.
While true, this almost felt like it was opposing the selection we have below, with our return to the regular rotation.
The dolphins know the importance of playing, as joy creates miracles and manifestation.
This card indicates that you have been straining and working too hard, and that you’ve lost your original focus. You are striving more of out of habit than out of a clear direction. The dolphins ask you to stop, and divert your attention through silliness and non-competitive play. Any kind of playfulness will shake up your ruts and routines, and allow you to regain perspective on what is important and what is not.
Playing is a magical form of meditation, as it opens your heart chakra and allows your creative spirit to tap in to Divine wisdom. If your playfulness involves outdoor physical activity, the extra oxygen will also spark new ideas for you.”
Exactly as the fairies (and their unfortunately illustrated unicorn friend) said yesterday, the dolphins and mermaids recommend we let go and have fun. Even though it might seem as though the channeled message doesn’t belong here, we know that it absolutely does.
Because really, what punctuates and refreshes Play Time/Kick Up Your Heels events better than a contemplative moment of Quiet Reflection? Oh yes, these blend extremely well.
Rest, but also Frolic. Putting these suggestions together sounds like the perfect combination to me.
Magical Mermaid and Dolphin Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
arrived on my doorstep this week.
I’ve been a two-bottle person for ages now, the “other” being a disposable one* that I trade in when the situation arises, or when it’s convenient Now, I don’t have to use ANY hydration container but my own.
*Because I like the tops that EartH2o 20 ounce containers come with.
Thank you, parents of my Beloved, for the awesome birthday gift card, which enabled me to purchase some way fun presents. This is one of three.