Card Drawing May 19, 2019
Good day, soul friends! Hoping your week was amazing and your weekend full of loveliness. We had the intense Scorpio Full Moon so prepare yourself for this next cycle and the transformation that this energy shall bring.
Today's guidance is from the Saints and Mystics Reading Cards deck by Andrés Engracia.
Which card(s) do you feel drawn to today?
Left - 1, Middle - 2, or Right - 3...
Focus on the image and chose which cards you feel drawn to before scrolling down.
Did you choose your card, yet?
If you chose Card 1: Isaac Newton - Discovery The Mystic Lightworker Newton guides you to work on your sacral and solar plexus chakras that governs your emotions, to release the ties that you hold you back from confidence, owning your energy and fully embracing your unique and powerful individual self to the world. Spiritually, he urges you to step out of the cave and enter into social interaction and also aids in turning conflicts with others into peaceful communication. Where in your life do you need to change? What can you turn from lead into gold? Numerological synchronicities and connections are powerful, especially with those relating to the number 3. Take a leap of faith and trust that your work and words are important to craft and let shine. If you do not tend to your light's fire, the fire tends to go out. Newton's story tells the importance of always continuing study and education. Isaac himself graduated from schooling without honor or distinctions, yet none of those mattered, as they did not deter him from continuing in his passions which eventually changed the world and the way we understand it today. Use your unique qualities and intelligence to look deeper into yourself and life.
If you picked Card 2: St. Jude - Saving Grace Patron Saint of the Hopeless & Despaired
Saint Jude conjures courage through dark storms, and strength from deep within the soul. When Jude is with us an encompassing sense of safety arises and wraps around our broken pieces of the self, rescuing us from darkness just when it seems about to crush our spirit.
Spiritually, Saint Jude makes himself available for healing on the psychic and spiritual levels as he operates on clearing the third eye, heart, and solar plexus chakras, activating balance and internal equilibrium. He lights up darkened paths and clears the way for us to find and accept help, teaching us that positive energies can only emerge when there is clear space for them to flow.
Saint Jude reminds us to remember the light that comes after the night, and that with all cycles, every change is seen from the edge of horizon. Although we must carry our own torch, there are those who will help us if we ask.
Saint Jude reminds us to remember the light that comes after the night, and that with all cycles, ever change is seen from the edge of the horizon. Although we must carry our own torch, there are those who will help us if we ask.
Saint Jude draws closely to those who feel utterly lost; are within deeply desperate circumstances, suffering trauma, experiencing grief and hopelessness, and are in search for rescue.
If you selected Card 3:
Aristotle - Idealism
The Philosopher of Logic and Life
Aristotle walks alongside you; his energy vibrant and yet soothing. He reminds us that happiness is the goal to life - not in the pursuit of it, but in the present; mind, body, and soul - and to be fully open to experiences in their grandest capacity. Aristotle guides you to unleash unresolved, bottled emotions in safe and transformative ways, closing the doors on matters that keep us weighed down in small dramas.
Spiritually, Aristotle's energy assist the spirit to awaken and connect to the deep, rich wisdom of the Earth. Within silent meditation, his energy opens the heart and throat chakras, awakening creative expression and connecting our spirit with the Akashic Records, to uncover our soul's missions in life.
Aristotle opens his arms out to the Earth and teaches us that the way in creating positive change is to avoid extremes. He urges us to being in small steps, making sure to always have a bigger goal ahead, and to celebrate the hard-fought wins.
Thank you for participating in my card drawing for today. I hope that you enjoyed it! Did the card(s) you felt drawn to give you some guidance to think about?
Don't forget to check back next week for another card drawing!