The weather is clear and beautiful. Am I out on my bike? No. No, I am not. We’ve had a plethora of errands to run, and needed to get them done before Dan went to work. New realization? I now can’t STAND sitting in traffic, all confined and closed up, entirely unable to quickly pedal on past.
Tomorrow might be different. A witch can hope. What has NOT changed is the wonderful consistency of these daily messages that I’ve been receiving. And how they are combining so delightfully well with our card draws.
Also, I’m trying a new idea when I get out of bed, I’ll share and review it soon, after I’ve done it for more than a week. Today, the results were terrific. And the message was, too.
Patience and Understanding.
Very much like what we heard on Wednesday, but with a slightly softer feel to this one. When we see what the cards have to say, that emotion continues.
“No-thingness ~ V ~ Major Arcana
Being ‘in the gap’ can be disorienting and even scary. Nothing to hold on to, no sense of direction, not even a hint of what choices and possibilities might be ahead. But it was just this state of pure potential that existed before the universe was created. All you can do now is to relax into this no-thingness . . . . fall into this silence between the words . . . . watch this gap between the outgoing and incoming breath.
And treasure each empty moment of the experience. Something sacred is about to be born.”
I love the openendedness of this image, the blank, vast freedom of the void. It feels supportive and yet naked at the same time. As the definition states, it is silent and full of possibility. When we know we are understood, with a patient and unconditional type of love, we then have the trust it takes to appreciate this as a gift, as the sacred blessing that it is.
Here’s a link (CLICK THIS) to a site that I stumbled upon recently. The description of what this image is in a more traditional sense is very well done. I’m going to spend more time over there, and see what else they have to offer.
(Even though the imagery is not my favorite style, it’s got something intriguing about it that keeps pulling me back. The symbolism is exceptionally well thought-out.)
Osho Zen Tarot
Another Calendar Page:
this time from just outside my bedroom door, downstairs.
Gorgeous double rainbows. In St Magdalena, South Tyrol, Italy, to be exact. I think if we looked up the word “bucolic” in the dictionary, it might have this exact picture. If it doesn’t, it should.