It is always hugely entertaining when our message arrives like an attractive and alluring, full length, Hollywood-type movie. (This also makes it difficult for me to get out of bed, not something I’m very good at on all the other days.)
Today’s was expansive and full of life. Color-filled and engagingly powerful. Also, very real.
The entire view was a reminder (a “hey, pay attention!) for us all.
But not to continue struggling. No, instead we are looking at “fighting the good fight” – and being worthy. (Again. Much like Courage.)
We’re not talking about enduring a hardship, not even close. The feeling here is to value our Endurance, and our deep personal strength. Our tenacity, not our suffering.
Perfectly enough, I was directed away from our regular rotation, so that we could look further into how important (and two-sided) this entire message truly is.
“Exhaustion ~ 20 ~ Divine Helpers
Overload, Mania, Workaholism, Overdrive
Your Divine Helpers are here, advising you that it’s essential that you do everything in your power to fulfill your goals, it is equally important to know when to back off and allow the Universe to work its magic on your behalf.
You have done enough. Allow these beautiful and highly competent guides to step in and take over. Your enthusiasm is a gift, but unless it’s properly contained, it can undermine your best intentions.
Your Divine Helpers gently remind you that just as plants need water to grow, too much will drown their ability to blossom. The same principle applies to your efforts.
Overdoing is fear in disguise; do not allow it to keep you in the manic mode. Give yourself more breathing space.
Trust that your Divine Helpers are on the job overseeing your success so you can rest. You need to let go and turn responsibility over to others. Just because you need rest doesn’t mean that they do.
Ask your Divine Helpers for assistance in this; they know better than you what you need right now. Ease up and let them work their miracles.
The number on this card is a 2 (because in numerology that zero goes away). It’s about the duality of our reminder right now, endurance versus exhaustion. That fine balance of keeping up until we no longer can/need to. When we feel the tipping point, we know it’s time to ask for help.
Ask Your Guides Oracle Cards by Sonia Choquette
is this February view from my upstairs hallway. (If you click and make the picture bigger, you can see large boats on the lower left side, look close, they appear tiny.)
Accompanying the grid and photo, there is this about when is the best time for visibility,
” . . . . . in spring and fall or during peak solar wind activity, between sunset and sunrise – although 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. is best.
The aurora, when very bright, indicates an approaching storm.
The 2015 Old Farmer’s Almanac Weather Watcher’s Calendar“
And when I went a-Googling for the proper spelling, I found this,
“The aurora can be seen best at magnetic midnight. In northern latitudes, the effect is known as the aurora borealis (or the northern lights), named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, by Galileo in 1619.”
It’s on my list of things I need to go and see before this life is over. Partly because the power just absolutely calls me there, but also because it seems like I miss it.