Spiritual Tarot and Guidance ~ The Search

Spiritual Tarot and Guidance ~ The Search, attachment, sacred heart, Gaia.

Spiritual Tarot and Guidance ~ The Search

Hi everyone ~ this reading is for the 29th August ~ 4th September 2021, but I trust as always that whenever it finds you that the Spiritual & Angelic Realms will have a message for you in this reading that also applies at that time.

Our first card & the overarching energy for our messages from the spiritual & angelic realms for this week is The Search. I feel that this weeks reading and the continual message (and most needed at this time) that is coming through from them is the need for us all to find ourselves/our life path again.

As the caption on the card says… Feeling lost, Confused, Lonely. How many of us can truly say that after we have all been through this past 18 months or so that we don’t feel at least one of these feelings?

However I feel the message coming through for some of us is more about communicating with ourselves, feeling lost within ourselves, and amidst all the changes we have endured, have lost our way. The message from the spiritual & angelic realms is that we are never alone… their guidance is to go within, quieten the mind, and all the answers we seek are are always within us.

Our second card is Attachment. The message hear I feel is we are being asked to let go of what is no longer working in our lives. It may be a situation we find ourselves in e.g. a job that we feel is no longer right for us or a relationship that no longer feels right. It could be our life in general. Habits or routines that we wish to brake, or we may wish to move and change the place in which we live because it no longer “feels right” for us.

For some of us our lives have changed completely and we have all had restrictions placed upon them, and for some they are still in place. It is only natural that a great many of us have begun feel a restlessness and are beginning to ask the question “where do I go from hear?”

The problem is that the situations we want most to let go of or change are always accompanied by the feeling of fear. It could be from a sense of commitment, guilt or duty but the need for us to make the change runs deep into our soul. I feel spirit are letting us know that our world is changing, the way we live and do things also need to change, and we need adjust and make the necessary changes too.

Our next card Sacred Heart also speaks to us of the need to re-evaluate our lives, priorities and core values. It is also a message of heightened emotions that sometimes rise to overbearing and unbearable heights. The spiritual and angelic realms want us to know “we are hear, we are listening”. Calm yourself, relax, go within, listen and we will answer.

Our last card for this week is Gaia. This the most powerful card in the card deck I have used this weeks message. I was immediately and powerfully drawn to the deck as I began to “tune in” for this reading.

Gaia is know as the “Earth Mother” and represents wisdom, knowledge and understanding. I feel that this again is a message from the spiritual and angelic realms reminding us that they are there for us and they along with Gaia are offering their knowledge, wisdom and understanding if only we are willing to listen..

We are being guided also by Gaia to restore our own balance and wellbeing just as she works to restore the balance and wellbeing of the planet on which we live. She asks us.. to not fear the changes that are taking place within us, just as we should not fear the changes that are taking place on earth, all is evolving and unfolding as it should, just as we are, what the earth needs, as we also as it’s inhabitants need… Is more love.

Until next time… Please take care and stay safe.

Steve Robinson

Cards used in this reading

Gaia Oracle Cards: Toni Carmine Salerno

Finding Your Lost Voice

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This is a re-post of the origional article

Written by: Shauna Arthurs

The voice you may have lost is not the one your vocal chords create, and definitely not the voice in your head (don’t you wish you could lose that sometimes?); it’s the tiny, subtle voice inside your heart and soul. This wee voice offers brilliant guidance if and when we listen to it, but so few of us have ever been taught to listen.

As an adult, you may have had glimpses of what is possible when you followed a hunch, or felt very centered after a yoga class. Did you know, however, that you can cultivate this asset, allowing the voice to grow stronger and the advice to be ever more salient and true?

Another reason we don’t listen to – or possibly even hear – our small inner voice of wisdom is that the outer stimuli is so constant and loud. Outer stimuli includes, by the way, that voice in our heads, because it is very rarely wise and most often just annoying, running on a loop of negativity and bombarding us with mental noise. From brith to death we rarely enjoy quiet moments unless we choose to cultivate them, and choose we must if we want to be guided by our own light.

The good news is that once you have a little practice listening, your sense of perception will become stronger; you’ll intuit things more clearly and regularly. This is  very exciting time in human history, when more peopel than ever before are awakening to the inner power we all hold to connect with ourselves and with others in deep and authentic ways.

By listening to our own guidance, we can truly live our lives in ways that leave us deeply happy and satisfied, no matter the outer circumstance. Imagine the peace of mind of always feeling you’d done your best, stuck to what you believe, offered compassion and acted with integrity.

Some suggestions for cultivating your inner voice include:

  • Meditation: Probably the most valuable of activities when it comes to inner quiet and accessing our own wisdom (including higher wisdom). Don’t worry about doing it right – just do it. Whether you enjoy a few moments’ silence to begin or end your day or prefer guided meditations (try YouTube) to help you relax, there are myriad options.
  • Take walks: While doing so (preferably alone), ask yourself questions about things which are important to you instead of just letting your mind wander. If you don’t even know what is important to you, start with asking that! Allow yourself to relax and wait for answers to come to you…you will slowly align yourself to your inner wisdom and will likely begin to enjoy these solo sojourns if you continue the practice.
  • Write: Try writing out your thoughts on a regular basis. Begin a gratitude or daily journal, try stream of consciousness writing (when you just start and let it rip until you can’t write anymore) or review your goals on a regular basis. Concentrate on going deep inside and writing what comes from your heart, rather than regurgitating anything tha came from external sources.
  • Use your slumber: Before going to bed at night, spend a few minutes calming your mind and letting the day’s chatter slip away. Breathe deeply and just allow yourself to relax and settle. If you have any issues you’d like some guidance on, ask yourself – or your higher self or the Universe or whatever resonates with you – some simple questions and request answers. When you do this for a few nights you’ll very likely find that you get clear answers or at the very least some sense of direction in the mornings.
Shauna Arthurs
About the Author: Shauna Arthurs is the founder of a network of sites and blogs dedicated to helping you define, refine and achieve your grandest dreams! For empowering tips, articles and resources, visit IncreasingVelocity.com and Live-With-Power.com, and begin your transformation today!

Your little Inner voice

Your little Inner voice. What is our "Inner Speech," our "little, inner monologue?" Our inner speech or dialogue is how we converse with ourselves.

Your little Inner voice

What is our “Inner Speech,” our “little, inner monologue?” Our inner speech or dialogue is how we converse  with ourselves. It is the small voice in our head that we talk with the mental process of the moment, that connects us with our  environment.

Your little, inner monologue is your communication bridge linking your conscious and subconscious mind. It is the way we form impressions  about things; it is how we interpret  external events related to our lives, our circumstances, and our environment. The inner monologue is the way we try to make sense of what is happening around us.

“It is very obvious that we are not influenced  by facts but by our interpretation of the  facts.”

Alfred Adler

The importance of your little, inner voice. . .

Our inner monologue is our best friend who can easily become our enemy.  With our self-talk, we may live in harmony, or be in a constant struggle,  making our life  “heaven on Earth” on one hand, or a “living hell” on  the other. How much mental health and how much joy and fulfilment we experience in life is directly proportional to the  quality of our inner dialogue,  our little, inner speech,  the way we converse with ourselves, by forming impressions about what  is happening in life, in our circumstances, in our surroundings.

“our subconscious minds have no sense of humour, play no  jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an  imagined thought or image.”

Epictetus

Conclusively, taking into account the above ancient ideas coupled with modern research about the communication bridge between our conscious and  subconscious, a main way of changing our subconscious programming  is how we reply to it, through our little  self-dialogue.

We can change…

We can change the impression of what is going on around us by the way we  interpret events, or by the way we talk back to ourselves about  what is happening to us–by improving, in other words, the quality  of our little, inner self-talk.

A healthful inner monologue create interpretations of life  circumstances that contributes to self-acceptance, self-love, and high  self-esteem.

A healthy self-dialogue confirms that we accept ourselves as we  are, and that we are at peace with the way we relate with our little, inner  voice. It implies friendship and love with the “little voice-guy” that we  are going to carry him around for the rest of our lives! In addition, when  our inner monologue is harmonious, we are better in touch with  our feelings, which means that we can enjoy and able to express the  real part of us spontaneously.

The two-way channel is in harmony as the relation between the two  components of the mind is harmonious as the conscious mind and the  subconscious refreshes each other, building and strengthening each other as  an ongoing process. A healthy outgrowing emotional and  spiritual maturity is the result, as it is a product from our  correct understanding of and a healthy  relationship with, reality. way we interact, talk, and relate with  our inner little voice.


Stelios Nicolaou

snicolaou2011  – About the Author:

About the author:

Stelios Nicolaou, a Greek-Cypriot writer,  was born in Nicosia, Cyprus and earned his Masters degree at NLU,USA.

Stelios Nicolaou, a depression survivor, is the author of Depression:  My Witness, Your Solution (Five easy steps to reprogramme your little, inner  monologue, and set you mind free). Stelios writes to inspire, edify, empower,  and motivate the broken hearted-the men and women who experience hoplessness,  hardships, and despair.

Stelios writes to inspire, edify, empower, and motivate the broken hearted, the men and women who experience hopelessness, hardships, and  despair.