We picked some cards for you! As usual, the interpretations you can read below are our own (not verbatim from the deck’s booklets).
Note: The photo was shot in our kitchen: behind the cards you can see some containers with 100% organic/bio apples and figs from our trees, which are being turned into jam as I write this. We wrote in a previous post about our jams.
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Here are the cards we picked:
A) “Light” from the “Magical Unicorns Oracle cards” by Doreen Virtue says “See the light within yourself and everyone else”: in time like our own, when media and news are filled with suffering and hatred, injustice, bad vibes of all sort, it is especially important to not fall into those automatic reactions that you learn from society. You true self, your soul, they are not angry nor resentful: like a little child they are pure and they want the greatest good for all beings. If you really want to change the world, start by changing your attitude: don’t borrow your behaviors from bad movie scripts, don’t focus on the negative, don’t repeat it nor emphasize it, but forgive others quickly and learn to see the positive aspects, the learning and divine light in every situation. Forgiving yourself and others, celebrating your divinity and the one of your neighbor, you are choosing to shine as bright as you are meant to be!
B) The card “Be your best self always” from the “Nature’s whispers” by Angela Hartfield and Josephine Wall almost sounds like a continuation from the previous one: loving ourselves and loving other people are wonderful endeavors, but it’s a lot more about working on ourselves than it is about the others, really. Did you put in the required effort to be your best self at all times? It’s easy to cry and blame and feel victimized for what others did to you, but did you deeply analyze and understand why did it hurt? Was it because of the act itself or was it a mirror of one of your own fear you need to work on? Did you do anything that wasn’t that good (that you maybe tend to dismiss or minimize)?
The card’s drawing intuitively speaks of an harmonious union between female and male aspects (the mermaid and the seahorse), of looking towards the light, the ideal, and of carrying on dependably the steps required on this plane (in the darker waters). It’s not just praying and wishing, it’s also about acting right, not over-reacting, not panicking, not escaping, not looking for comfort elsewhere, but rather facing our darkest fears directly in their eyes and learning to see from a place of Love. It’s hard work to swim under water (relationships are emotional), but look at the beauty of it – it’s worth it!
C) “Success” from the “Soul Coaching Oracle cards” by Denise Linn is a very auspicious card! It is first of all a reminder that you need to affirm your success: when you shift your focus and vibration from the lower ones of complaining and blaming external circumstances and you start to see yourself as successful then you will naturally attract even more good things in your life! See yourself as a winner and have faith; miracles are on your way! Celebrate even the small victories on the way!
D) “Marriage” from the “Magical Messages from the fairies Oracle cards” by Doreen Virtue invites you to celebrate ‘wedded bliss’. Maybe the time for a wedding is approaching in your life, or you might receive a proposal, or – if you are happily married already, this card reminds you to keep nurturing your partner and your relationship, and to not give for granted all that you have. Keep infusing your relationship with more Love and Joy every day, celebrate it and make that bond grow even stronger, step after step, day after day.
We hope this reading was useful and inspirational for you – let us know!
Have a blessed day,
Jyothi & Daniele