One of the interesting phenomenons about us, as people generally, is how we have a sort of “contagious” reactionary mentality. Our group-mind is vulnerable. Which is not as bad as it sounds.
It can work in a good way. When someone gets all complain-y, others near by will chime in, with negativity. Conversely, if we show tenderness, care, and a positive attitude, THAT will be the repeated pattern.
Our message from the Universe is of . . . . .
We are now in charge of change. Every errand, every meal, every single interaction and exchange can be infused with lovingkindness. The energy that we create has a healing power. All we need to do is use it.
At this time of year, especially, it can be more dynamic than ever. But we have to remember the concept, the second we drop away from that Joy, we’re spreading un-happiness instead.
Returning now, to our regular rotation around the card altar, we have a synchronistic event which must be noted. This messenger is ascribed the number 39.
Just like our recent Grace draw. The significance of matching digits cannot be understated.
If we add down 3 + 9, we get 12. And that’s a Three. As in our 3-sided LoveJoyPeace intention/mantra. Significant, like I said, very significant.
I’m being directed to leave the guidebook information off this time, we are all familiar enough with Swan’s story, and that she speaks of transformation. On many levels.
Reversed, or as a Challenger, she also talks about the Contrary nature of being out of touch. What we need to make sure of is that our feet are grounded and our focus is true.
As we head out into the world, from this point on, we are changed, transformed. We are better equipped, we now have the knowledge of Grace and Compassion to share. We have a new sense of Kindness and Caring.
Medicine Cards – The Discovery Of Power Through The Ways Of Animals by Jamie Sams and David Carson, illustrated by Angela C. Werneke
Today’s Holiday Surprise:
is this wee giftie.
A beautiful woman who attends my splashy class at the pool gave it to me tonight. She said that I was a fun and instructive teacher! (I nearly cried.)