Our message today is a re-run. Or maybe it’s just something that we need to hear again?
Like the one that said to acknowledge and be grateful for all of our past lessons and blessings (but don’t dwell there), then be mindful of the Now, while planning (but not longing) for the future. This one is basically reminding us of that concept.
The general idea is a sound one, and it feels as if we do tend to wander off topic, like lost and distracted toddlers. (Okay, maybe that’s just me.)
On our card altar, we’ve continued around the regular rotation, to be handed a guiding light of Hope.
“Emotions ~ St Dymphna
The answer to your question involves emotions – either yours or those of the person you are inquiring about. This is also a message for you to pay closer attention to your emotions. It’s safe for you to admit your true feelings to yourself.
St Dymphna can help you find solutions to any emotional upsets. She is a loving saint who specializes in helping you achieve emotional and mental health. The lantern that she carries helps you better see where you’re going and assist you in avoiding obstacles on your path.
Allow St Dymphna to illuminate your journey. If you notice any unwanted patterns in your behavior, or if you’re about to sabotage yourself, call upon this powerful saint for immediate assistance.
This card is also a message for you to trust your feelings, especially as they guide you to make positive changes. Your feelings are the voice of Heaven speaking through you, and you have a right to them, even if others disagree with them. You can also release any upsetting emotions to God, St Dymphna, and the angels for healing and guidance.
St Dymphna (pronounced DIM-fnah) was a Celtic girl who fled her homeland …….
She is the patron saint of mental health and mental-health workers, and you can call upon her to help you, a loved one, or a client with emotional and mental upsets.”
Saints & Angels Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
includes this view from the mall parking lot.
We also saw several others, none of which I jotted down. I know that one was definitely British Columbia. (Hi Canada!!!)