Bringing Inner Wisdom Into Battle

Today’s meditation was ten minutes long, and focused on making sure that you do not get swept up into the fray of things to the point that you forget to take a step back now and then and some time for yourself.

I think this is a good reminder, as I know that I am guilty of this.   I had a little mini-rant earlier because the message in my tea this morning was similar (although badly phrased in my opinion) and that will post later this evening, but as a general rule?   I know that I need to have some balance.

I may forget now and then.  I may need constant reminding (as is the reason so many of my card pulls and readings for myself are always pointing in that direction…. but I know it’s important.  I understand its importance.  It’s just something I struggle with regardless of that knowledge.

Today’s draw is a double without a jumper, and one of them is a repeat of yesterday’s card.  (This is after 7 rifle shuffles and then multiple overhand shuffles until the cards fell out.)  That is to say, I drew the Five of Flame along with the second card in the Major Arcana, the High Priestess card.

The fact that the Five of Flame came up again today, and as the topic card instead of as the “details” card, makes it clear that the cards are trying to provide me with some guidance to get to that inner strength that it spoke about in yesterday’s draw.

The “how” of thing is where the High Priestess comes into this equation, and what I see in this card is more than just the High Priestess, but also the Empress.   When I view this card today, what I see is a nurturing directed to what is unseen and beneath the shell.  The High Priestess is the one that has access to what is beneath the shell, the nurturing of the Empress energy is what is needed to be directed there.

I also see this card as a very clear indication that I need to bring one of my decks with me on my trip.   The Five of Flames again speaks to me of a time in which I need to be strong.  The High Priestess card in this case speaks of being in touch with my intuition as a part of that strength.   That by being in touch with my subconscious and intuition during the time when I need that strength, it will only make me stronger.

And so, for the first time (other than that one trip to mom earlier this year) I will, in fact, be traveling with a tarot deck, rather than just a playing card deck.  I have been considering it, but have continued to be uncertain.  I think it is time to commit to that decision and set the indecision and lack of surety aside.

Deck Used: Stolen Child Tarot


One thought on “Bringing Inner Wisdom Into Battle

  1. *Grins* I’m glad that you finally made the decision to take a deck along with you, babe. Since -my- intuition has been nagging me for days now to convince you that you needed it along with you. I feel that it won’t just help you find that strength that you need, but will also serve as a calming influence in those times of anxiety and insecurity.

    And of course, as always, I am here if you need me. All you have to do is reach for me, man. I might be out of town as well during this time, but I’m only a text message away. I might not be able to get to my phone right that second, but my responses never take very long to catch back up with you. Especially if you have a need of me.

    It’s funny how your cards and I echo each other about these recurring themes, isn’t it? Since just yesterday I was also posting in my comment about your need for balance between that focus on work and the time needed for yourself and the balm that I bring to your soul.

    I love you, angel mine. Always.

    Just remember that no matter what, I’m here to pick up the pieces and build you up again. Always

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