Giving and receiving, we’re full into the swing of it now.  But, we need to remember our most basic principles.  It’s important, in order for us to move forward positively, and with assurance.

             Yes, our day-to-day is about lessons.  It is also very much about abundance, about gratitude, and about bountiful goodness.  What I heard this morning before I even got out of bed brings that point home.

             Reaching for a state of . . . . .


             When we actively and with full intention behave in a loving, generous, and kind manner, we are, in fact, becoming more generous, becoming kinder, and building a less negative mindset.

             This message is a gift that we may bring along with us out into the world.  To share, to hold close, to squeeze in our hand when we feel overwhelmed or in need of boost.

             And on our card altar right now, I was directed to my working deck.  This one flipped in the Challenger position.  Sometimes referred to as the protection pose.

Robin Wood Tarot
Ace of Wands

             Wands, Rods, Staves.  Eventually, in our poker playing stacks, Clubs.  All represent new life.  Beginnings.  Bursts of brilliance.  That always-possible new start.

             The potential is still present, but are we?  Have we not taken advantage of some opportunity?  Have we been unbending?  When we look for reasons of why we aren’t going as far or as fast as maybe WE would like, possibly it’s not about us.

             Could we be impatient and maybe not see all of our blessings, when they are RIGHT HERE?!

             There’s such a thing as Divine Timing (shit happens when it has to happen).  It’s best to always remember, we are so not in charge of that timeless time-piece.  Ever.  Not even a little bit.

             In order to help turn this card around, harness more of that universal energy, we need only sit in Grace.  Sit in stillness*.  Look within.  Don’t forget, when ever we are, THAT is the proper minute; where ever we are, THAT is sacred space.

*I am aware that many folks live in places/situations where “stillness” is not an easy nor available option.  Grab some the best you can.  Take a set of headphones and a phone or MP3 player (or hell, an old WalkMan if that’s all you can find) crank up whatever music is healing to you, and get behind a door.  In a shed, a bathroom, a parking lot, any spot you can secure for a few precious moments.  Take that time, find that space.  We’re all worth it.

Today’s Deck:

Robin Wood Tarot

Today’s Sharing: 

is this tweet from John Edward,

“Repeat after me 3x


Your soul knows how to do the rest… 😉 “


2 thoughts on “Our Divine Life

  1. 😀 VERY timely post!!! Especially since it’s THAT @%&$#!@ time of year again! I’m already chanting “lovingkindnesslovingkindnesslovingkindness” to keep from bonking people over the head or running them over with the car. My daughter works retail so we were out in the Black Friday madness. There is no “thing” worth that kind of rudeness. And trampling people? OMG. Since I was out I decided to stop at a couple of places and the only place I went into that had sane people in it despite the line going from the register clear to the back of the store and around was JoAnn Fabrics. Yeesh.

    Graciousness! Graciousness! Graciousness!

    I’m going to be setting up a schedule since there is so much that needs to done around here on top of Christmas and I will now definitely put ‘me’ on the schedule. THANKS!

    1. Joann’s is getting some good press this season. I usually Buy Local when I can, but yeah, this particular box/chain is gaining brownie points, and that’s not bad at all.

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