WHICH CARD CALLS OUT TO YOU?
Focus on the 3 cards above, which one do you feel drawn towards? Left (1), Middle (2) or right (3)?
This is to help make sense of a situation, and to read the energies for the week ahead.
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Cards # 1
3 of Wands | Anna, Grandmother of Jesus
Things are moving along, and you feel that you are in the right place, even though it may also feel as if you are on unfamiliar territory, you are not controlled by fear to remain within your comfort zone, and instead urge to move forward with confidence that you are being divinely guided.
Anna, Grandmother of Jesus is the creator of Christ Consciousness, she is the weaver of paths and the creator of your fate. Of course, we all have free will to choose what we desire and wander in this life, but there is always a higher path we can follow, and it is our choice to do so.
The 3 of Wands joins this card to represent the confirmation that where you are currently going, or where you feel you must go, is correct. Listen to your heart – your higher self – and do what you feel is right.
You may have been receiving signs of synchronicity, or from your own internal ‘knowing’ that this is the right thing to do, and while others might not agree, or may judge you for walking to the beat of your own drum, you must do what YOU feel is right.
These cards represent a new project or receiving the affirmation from your outside World that you are on the right path, and that success will certainly be yours. The 3 of Wands typically promises a payout in rewards such as monetary or even outside recognition that helps boost your confidence and self-esteem, allowing you to blaze through this pathway with that sureness and feeling proud for the steps you are taking. You may not even realize how much of a big deal this is but will soon when you receive those rewards in knowing that you are correct and are really good at what you do.
Cards # 2
King of Swords | Lemuria
Many know of the lost city of Atlantis, but not many know of Lemuria, or Mu. It is typically referred to as the Garden of Eden, a place where everything was in perfect balance and harmony, there was peace, and it was much like heaven on Earth. There are also theories that this was where the first humans had lived within the Golden Age, before mans descent from grace. This is where people could communicate without words, using telepathy with not just other humans, but all life on Earth – plants, animals, and even the stars themselves. There was no sickness, war, anger, or sadness – just pure bliss and equality amongst all living things.
There are also many people today who feel as if this is how the World should be – in a state of perfection and peace, and they work hard to make it that way by representing these qualities within themselves.
With the King of Swords joining this card, is basically represents having a vision for the future in making a better life for yourself, and a better World for others. As they say, it starts with you – you must be the change you wish to see in the World, and with that belief and influence you bestow upon others, it acts as a ripple effect and pays it forward to all those who are affected by your influence.
You might be trying to work at making your life better than it is now, feeling that you are in a dark place or that this troubling phase you are currently experiencing needs to improve – and it can, but first you have to ‘believe’ in that truth. Its like having the gift of health after an illness, but still believing that you are sick. Nothing happens over night, but with the right mindset and seeing the bigger picture for the future you desire, and working on it every day, you can manifest the improvements you desire.
You have a beautiful gift within you, a gift of influence. As you start improving yourself, your World will also improve as well. You can’t expect things to get better if you still hold resentment or doubt for the future.
Cards # 3
9 of Cups | Fill Up Your Well
These cards ask you: what do you desire? What do you want most?
The 9 of cups is a card that represents a wish coming true, it is typically the favored of all of the Tarot Cards, as when people draw it, it counts as a confirmation that you are getting what you want.
But, it also foretells things going your way, just not in the way you had expected. It usually comes as a surprise, as the Universe works on its own timing, not yours. Also, whenever you send out a request, or a prayer, things have to shift in your life to make it happen, and sometimes that shift isn’t welcomed because it calls for you to cancel out things which you had thought were good for you but are actually blocking the blessings you are counting on.
The oracle card that accompanies the 9 of Cups says that you must first take care of yourself – you might have to make certain sacrifices in order to welcome in these blessings by unloading your plate and lifting some weight off your shoulders. You need to replenish yourself through acts of self-love.
You might be looking for others to love you, but are lacking that self-love within yourself, and with that comes the rejection from them, which leaves you lost and confused or feeling unworthy of the things you desire. It all starts with you, and in how well you take care of yourself. You may be looking to take on new projects or waiting for that big break to happen but are running on empty from giving so much of yourself to others.
To get what you desire, and you feel you deserve, you must first do that for yourself. Hold back from extending yourself so far for others and start filling your own cup. You need to refuel. You have to prove to the Universe that you are deserving by first acting upon that by giving back to yourself. As you begin to do this, you will be met with the blessings and abundance you desire.