By now, you all know my feelings on the word (and belief in) “coincidence.” It doesn’t exist. Well, this morning that category doubled.
We are now being reminded that there is another fictional concept that’s continually foisted upon us all.
There is no such things as perfect.
Not in Nature, and certainly not in our damaged (and often harmful) culture. The sooner we step away from this overly-promoted fiction, the healthier we’ll all be.
It’s just so wrong to keep imagining that this is attainable. Anywhere! And with ANYthing. Let it go, it was made up by folks who suffered from delusions. We no longer need to follow what they brokenly believed in.
Every situation is unique, as are we. Once we’ve recognized the beauty in this fact, we can move forward. To accept our wonderful quirky individuality is to be grateful for every aspect of our lives. Not one bit of them perfect or even close to it.
And on our card altar right now, within the regular rotation, we are being inspired by this delightful validation and uplifting guidance.
concentration, psychic protection, emotional stability
Fluorite emanates a highly spiritual vibration that can shield you from a negative person that is causing you to be emotionally imbalanced.
Know that you are being surrounded by love and light, and trust in the protection you are now receiving. Let go of your fears and concerns and allow this wondrous healing to occur.
Start to focus on the things that bring joy to your life. Focus on all you would love to be doing rather than worrying about what others think.
You are safe and eternally loved.
Nothing can harm you except your own fears.
Crystal Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno
begins with the hilarious example of a specialty Washington plate with the word “DUCKS” as its vanity choice (entertaining for those of us here, because in the college sports world, those two simply don’t go together), and one picturesque South Carolina (their palmettos remain my very favorite). Not much this week, the weather has kept movement to a minimum, or at least in my case, visibility.