Card to describe my next soul lesson.
Harvest of Stones – A stronger sense of stability and leadership in the areas of health and home. This isn’t always about others but has to do with how you feel on the inside, including how secure you feel, as well as how you treat your body and take ownership of your health.
How this lesson will manifest itself.
Nine of Thunder – Through stress, worry, and fear. A tree does not gain strength without the challenges of the wind to test its mettle. It is through misfortune and struggle that we become stronger. The more the wind blows, the deeper our roots go and the stronger we must become in order to continue to stand tall.
A way that I can absorb this lesson gracefully.
Six of Wands – Look to others for suggestions on the best path forward and allow them to lift you up and ease your mind. This isn’t so much about seeking their approval, but allowing them to lift you up when you struggle and give you the assistance you need to keep going when your enthusiasm for the journey is flagging.
Why this lesson is in alignment with who I truly am.
Ten of Cups – It will help me to connect more emotionally with those I love, creating a greater sense of well-being. True happiness goes beyond simply satisfaction, but requires sharing and community. Fostering this happiness can help in finding a stronger sense of stability.
New opportunities that will arise from this lesson.
Four of Stones – More stability and better grounding. A more miserly outlook. The opportunities here coincide with the lesson being learned. It’s important to know when to hold tight to things, and when to let them go. Developing a slightly stronger urge to be a little more tight-fisted wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing when it comes to the financial aspects of life.
How can I follow my heart?
Flower of Wands – Do what makes you happy and help inspire others to do the same.