Keeping in mind the fluid and flexible nature of the Universe, and how it opposes rigidity, today’s message needs to be understood with caution. Because we are NOT being told to be overly structured. (Even if, at first, it kinda sounds that way.)
We are, however, being given a suggestion which will ease our human/scientific brains.
Plot, plan, prepare.
This alliterated recommendation arrived with some seriously unpleasant images. I was shown views of what could happen, should we disregard the care of others, disregard the emotions and suggestions of those we love.
For full comprehension of this message today, it will help to accept that our life in this body is exactly where it needs to be. THEN we are better able to step forward, with a considerate, heartfelt, and über carefully constructed map of where we’d most like to be headed.
Adding to all of that, this daily draw has arrived, taking us outside the regular rotation around our card altar. I was very specifically directed here, as if it were an additional piece for our puzzle.
‘Your dreams are blooming more rapidly than you realize. Still, they need nurturing and patience.’
‘It takes time for a seedling to push through the ground and mature into a flower-bearing plant. Yet, each moment of a plant’s life cycle can bring joy to those who notice its beauty.
In the same way, enjoy the process of realizing your dreams. Slow down and feel gratitude, as each step brings your manifestation into tangible form. Notice the lessons and love that spring from every moment that you engage in acting upon your dreams.’
Working with Jophiel:
Jophiel helps us experience more grace and peace in our lives through slowing down and noticing the beauty that already surrounds us. She asks us to savor and enjoy each moment, rather than hinging our happiness on some future goals.
Call upon Jophiel anytime you feel rushed, stressed, or unhappy. She will increase your awareness and appreciation of life’s everyday miracles.”
Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue
is this view, which I posted on Instagram earlier.
Yes, it is lilac season, and I still don’t have any of my own bloomings. The new (baby) shrub in front seems to be a slow-starter. We may need to get her a companion. For now, I’ll just clip from what is hanging over my side fence.