Sometimes we say “I wouldn’t change a thing” or we regret a choice and feel more like, “I totally would have done things differently.” Both are valid responses. Both tell their own story.
Our message today though, reminds us that it’s more about how we perceive those moments than how they truly played out.
It’s that gift of Perspective which we’ve been handed before. And that means it must be time to look with our soul eyes again. Not with our physical ones. The physical ones show an illusion, while the view from a spiritual place brings us the accurate representation of what’s seriously important.
When we see what the gods and goddesses see, what the Universe and the angels see, we understand better just how fortunate and truly blessed we are. We can better comprehend our journey and our holiness this way.
Because we are. Sacred, that is. We are beyond, and more-than these bodies we wear. We are so VERY much more. When we Look, and when we See.
On our card altar right now that’s being validated in a big way.
“Coming to Life ~ 29
‘Something beautiful is being born in your life.’
When you look at your life, can you see how you’ve grown and evolved over time? Perhaps you have even shed ‘skins’ and identities and created new ones, or at the very least matured in your ideas about yourself and the world you inhabit.
You know things take time, and Spirit’s timetable is rarely in sync with your own.
This card indicates that a long-held dream is beginning to show signs of life. You must try not to coax it along, or shape it according to your desires. Spirit knows the best form for manifestation of this dream, and your life can become even better than you could possibly imagine.
Now is the time for reverence and awe. Allow the contours of your path to be carved by the hands of the Divine. All you have to do is show up.”
The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid
is THIS PIECE in a pretty big-time publication (the paper version hits newsstands first of next month). Yeah, scroll down to the category of Opinionators , you’ll see my girl (and those other two beautiful mouthy broads).
Yep, they’re influential, officially. Yep, their parents are all pretty damn proud. Officially.