Leaving Disappointment

             Fair warning, we’re getting another re-run message today.  The more I looked at the images that were shown to me, and then later, went back over them (just to make sure), the more specific and exacting they appeared.

             This reminder is about standing on our own, while never having to do it completely alone.  There is always help.  Always……

available assistance.

              Are we the helping hand someone needs right now?  Or do we need that other person’s hand to keep us from drowning?

             Our Team is with us, night and day.  Our physical support group, the tribe we call our own, is no farther than a phone call, text, or e-mail away.  Any connections we require are there, merely for the asking.

             On the other hand, WE are the help a loved one may be reaching out for.  WE could be that key point in the loop.  Bottom line, assistance is available.  For us.  By us.  Around us.

             Another type of aid has made itself known by directing me to our new deck for the daily draw.  No, I’m still not done with the book, but that doesn’t seem to make any difference.

oracle cards, unexpected visitors

“Unexpected Visitors  ~

If you expect the unexpected, you’ll be prepared for miracles.

Upright:

Detours, surprises, and paradigm shifts . . .  expect the unexpected.  No matter how detailed your plans are, and how clear you believe the road ahead to be, there are times when the best plans are waylaid by unforseen circumstances.

At first, detours may seem inconvenient, but a surprise turn of events signals that the adventure of life is beginning to get interesting.  No one can plan for synchronicity – for fate and destiny to meet – except Spirit, who knows what you can’t comprehend for now.

Life is full of surprises, so stay on your toes and enjoy the exciting new adventure you weren’t expecting.  There is a plan for your life that may not match up with your agenda.

Reversed:

Unpleasant news is only unpleasant when you resist accepting what is.  Sometimes the thing most desired is kept away from you because it’s not for the higher good of you or others.

Sometimes there is loss or disappointment due to a destiny whose pattern can’t be understood yet.  Change is something that may be forced upon you, like bad weather that threatens a boat.  Adapt to the shift in conditions, and think how beautiful the sky will be afterward.

Accept what is – and a more fulfilling path will soon be revealed.  Remember that if you expect the unexpected, nothing can come as a shock.”

                 Yeah.  I’ll be carrying this one around in my pocket.  For a good long while.

Today’s Deck:

The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid.

Today’s Sharing:

is this book I just picked up at the library.

sarah addison allen

New!

             Hope I get a chance to read it before it becomes overdue!

3 thoughts on “Leaving Disappointment

  1. Yeah, I might have to “carry” that card around for a good long while as well.

    ~
    The more we do it, the easier it gets.
    (Or so I’m told.)
    J

    11:03 p.m.
    3-14-14

  2. Our library doesn’t have it, so I finally broke down and ordered a used copy, but it hasn’t arrived yet. Accepting help. I shall practice, since it doesn’t come naturally. 🙂

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    Let me know when it shows up, we can do a book club-like discussion as we go along. Kelly has hers but also hasn’t started reading it.
    J

    11:04 p.m.
    3-14-14

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