I can be…
Crossroad and House – …secure and stable during times of transition.
Ship and Moon – …your emotions are all over the place.
Tree and Fish – …you have strong roots and flexible branches.
What part of your life is ready for a fresh start?
Ring and Birds – Seek out those things in your life that feel unstable. A “Fresh Start” does not mean discarding, but rather breathing fresh air into something gone old and tired. Projects gone stagnant. Look for those things that are feeling flighty, chaotic, without an anchor. This spring is a time to bring some stability to those areas.
What needs to be nurtured to bring that a new beginning to fruition?
Key and Coffin – Connect with your grief over the ideas and projects that haven’t worked out, and give yourself permission to grieve them and then let them go. It’s okay to write them off as a loss, just make sure you deal with how you feel about it as you do so.
What can come from tending to this potential?
Lily and Scythe – Results come from sticking to the straight and narrow on this. You can have that fresh start, and find a great deal of enjoyment and pleasure in it, but only if you put in the work to make it what you want it to be. That means allowing yourself to feel your feelings, and dealing with letting go so that the way is clear for that fresh start to develop and begin.
What qualities or characteristics make me unique?
Stork and Letter – Your ability to transform the hearts, minds, and lives of others with just a few profound words. This isn’t something that happens all the time, but it is pure magic when it does. These are moments that you don’t even realize are happening until someone comes back later to share with you their experience.
How can I work with others in mutually beneficial ways?
Ship and Stars – You can inspire others to reach for their dreams and foster hope in their hearts, even when there is physical distance between you and them. Never forget the power of your influence over others and use it to help lift them up, whether they are near to you or far away.
In what way am I being called to spread out and grow?
Man and Fish – Work at moving beyond gender roles in your thought processes. You might do this in many ways already, but there are just as many ways that you are stuck in the quagmire of old systems and need to break free.
How can I live in unity with my surroundings?
Lady and Anchor – Connect with those women in your life that are there for the long haul and find a sense of stability in the fact that they are not just there for you, but aren’t going anywhere.
Why do I have so much to do?
Ring and Key – Because you feel that the key to success lies in the responsibilities and obligations you pile up on yourself. Thus you continue to pile on more and more of them in order to push yourself towards the success you want to achieve.
What prevents me from lightening my load?
Lily and Book – Past experience has shown you that this method works again and again. You worry that that means it’s the only method that will and struggle to see past what this past research/experience has taught you.
What would it be like if I did less?
Rider and Birds – At least at first, it would feel like you are losing your grip on the organization and order that you’ve worked so hard to build in your life. In time, this chaos would become the new norm tho, and you would learn to adapt to it and continue moving forward.
Photo Album: Something important that you have forgotten.
Sun and Stork – You need to reexamine what really makes you happy. Not what you think is supposed to make you happy, but what really makes you smile and feel good and happy on the inside. You have a habit of getting too caught up in the rigors of responsibility and forget to stay in touch with what actually brings you happiness.
Baseball Bat: Something simple that you can still wield.
Fish and Anchor – You have the ability to choose not to be weighed down by responsibilities, and the ability to let go and go with the flow instead. It’s not as hard as you think to just loosen up and let things move at their own pace instead of constantly tangling yourself up in the expectations you put upon yourself.
Violin: Something connecting you to something larger than yourself.
Letter and Man – This is Gideon. It’s about the fact that he is constantly reaching for you and there for you, allowing you to lean on him and sharing honestly with you what he thinks and how he feels from one day to the next. Through the example he sets in this area, you strive to be a better person yourself.
How can I ground myself in order to better navigate my emotions?
Bear and Man – This is Gideon, and the advice here is to allow him to have that place in your life as your protector. He is fiercely protective over you and provides you with a safe place to let yourself be vulnerable. Ground yourself in that sense of safety and protection he provides so that you can allow your emotions to flow more freely.
Where am I being called toward more reflection?
Ship and Birds – Later this month you have a trip coming up that needs a good deal of planning and preparation. Make sure that you are putting in your due diligence to make sure that the trip starts off well and that there is as little disorganization and chaos as possible.
How might expanding outwards towards others lighten the weight I’m carrying?
Bouquet and Fox – Those you are close to can assist you in weeding out others with not so pure of intentions. Listen to your loved one’s sage council and take a moment to try and see what they see, for they are trying to warn you about someone who does not have your best interests at heart.
What needs to be shed to make new growth possible?
Heart and Stars – You have a habit of giving people with bad intentions too much of your hope and faith. That faith in humanity and the goodness of everyone can become a problem, as it ends up knocking you down again and again. It’s time to shed the naivety that ties your hands and leaves you too hopeful for goodness from corners where there’s none to spare.