We've been going through A LOT of transformation the past few months, both personally and collectively. Change can be pretty tiring...A part of me went, "Oh man!", when I saw the energy of this week's reading. "Can we get a break, here?". Then I remembered, we can always pass. That is the beauty of free will, after all.
So as you look at these cards, remember, "You choose!".
Although a part of me wants to just let this growth opportunity go and chill out (just the space I'm in)...the outcome is pretty stellar...
Nutshell of this week's reading?
You may have already become aware of a shadow aspect of yourself that is contributing to a stressful situation you are experiencing, or you are going to have to take time this week to look for it. You could start by looking at what really bothers you about another person or a situation. But, you'll need to dig deep. It won't be something you can just reason out logically. Your insight will come through deeper reflection, meditation, connecting with your deep inner wisdom. Once you do uncover the unresolved inner conflict or repressed aspect of yourself that needs addressing at this time, the energy this week is ripe to find the golden lesson behind it. A life lesson? It kind of feels that significant.
That brings us to the 2nd card, where from this inner awareness, magic can result! You and the situation being affected by this shadow aspect will be transformed. With the energy of the Wand, there is that spark of powerful creative energy where wishes can being fulfilled! Can I get a "Woo-hoo!". Maybe it'll be worth going through the inner resolution work after all ( <-- me thinking out loud for myself).
The last card reminds us to tap into the ancient knowledge, sacred sites during this process. You could utilize a sacred place within your home, or a place you go to in a guided meditation, on the astral, etc. For some, this card may mean you'll actually take a pilgrimage as a result of this transformation and get to absorb the healing energy and wisdom that can be found in places like the Pyramid of Giza, the Stonehenge, etc., in person!
P.S. In the spirit of Thanksgiving (here in the United States), a BIG "Thank you" to you...You, who's reading this blog post... :) I feel extremely blessed to be able to do this work, and I couldn't do it without you. "Thank You" for taking time out of your day to read my work...These readings are a result of our collective involvement, and I learn / yield as much from them as you do. We are in this together, isn't it wonderful!?
Susie (aka Hello Rose)