Build a scene in your mind’s eye. It’s of a desk, with an old book on it. Open to the title page.
In complicated and overly flourished script you can read that this tome is of our progress, our spiritual and mental evolution. A human journey.
That’s exactly what I was shown this morning. Because we need to keep talking about our physical lives, and how we make them work.
This, our embodied adventure here on the physical plane, is part of our soul’s education. We put on the shell of a person, wearing it like a new outfit for Back To School. We (hopefully) learn the lessons that we planned on our blueprint before we arrived.
But as we move through our days (and weeks, and months, and years), we have to adjust. That sense of the flexible is our message right now. That ability to continually adapt and accept and acquire knowledge as we go along.
The double draw on our card altar right now continues this theme. With a reversed image, it means that we are close to understanding, but it’s still not quite there yet. The more we Release, Relax, and Receive, the more that angle will shift to direct.
“Past Lives ~ XVIII ~ Major Arcana
The hands of existence form the shape of the female genitals, the opening of the cosmic mother. Revealed within are many images, faces from other times . . . .
This is a wake-up call, the events in your life are trying to show you a pattern as ancient as the journey of your own soul.
Innocence ~ XIX ~ Major Arcana
The innocence that comes from a deep experience of life is childlike, but not childish. The innocence of children is beautiful, but ignorant. It will be replaced by mistrust and doubt as the child grows and learns that the world can be a dangerous and threatening place.
But the innocence of a life lived fully has a quality of wisdom and acceptance of the ever-changing wonder of life.”
Osho Zen Tarot
Foreign License Plate Report:
begins with this view.
And continues with two that got past me (one had blue letters and one had red letters), plus a Texas example featuring dolphins (!!), a single (possibly seen twice) Alberta, and one Ohio.