I always find it intriguing how the universe gently pushes us in a certain direction. Last year I hit a low spot and instead of sinking lower I found magical blogs, meditation, Gabby Bernstein’s Spirit Junkie course and found a way to take better care of myself mentally and physically. I started meditating and practicing yoga on a daily basis, I started eating cleaner meals and found a holistic way to help heal my mind. I visited a Reiki course and saw a hypotheses. I had begun to find inner peace.
But like all things, everyone can loose their footing, they don’t practice for a day and then it’s two days, then it’s a week. Then I get an email saying that Gabby is teaching a kundalini yoga class at our local yoga studio. Thank you universe. I sign up, I recenter and get back into practice.
I end up having to travel and on my lay over find myself browsing the airport terminal book store. The book literally jumps off the shelf at me, May Cause Miracles. There it is again to delve deeper into my practice. I nod to the universe, telling it I need to finish the other two books I’m reading but it’s on my list.
This morning I remind myself to practice gratitude and I shuffle my cards. I love the Wild Unknown deck. Four of Swords. Damn.
Stillness, mental power. Though threatening swords loom above, the lambs sits in stillness and without fear. The four of swords says its time to look inward and find the mental power to cope with the pressures. It’s important to rest. Seek meditation or find literature that focuses on way ways to quiet the mind. Take this time to recuperate and move inward before those swords strike. -The Wild Unknown Tarot Guidebook by Kim Krans.
As I write this letting the explanation of the card sink in, I giggle could I have gotten a bigger sign to rebalance? Start meditating? Buy Gabby’s book? Oh yea, then I read Gala’s blog about the upcoming super moon! Check it out yourself for a little advice on what to expect and how to prepare. Because I know I am, I’m off for a poster board to lay out my plans and tackle them.
Bring. It. On.