I encourage you to read about the additional card I pulled this week and see how it applies to your life. Anything that is brought to one of us is a message for all of us.
Yesterday's Intuitive Tuesday card was Claircognizance. I have pulled an additional card today for Cindy B who said:
I just hung up from my team coaching call where the message of today was "pay attention to your attention". The lesson is to give fully to what you are doing at the time so that you don't miss the messages that come your way. Can I tell you how hard it is not to multi-task??The card I pulled is the Knight of Pentacles from the Mystic Faerie Tarot deck by Barbara Moore. The Knight of Pentacles is a card of slow and steady progress. It can symbolize planning for the future, trying to prove yourself, devotion and self reliance.
This is a card of managing the material things in your life -- your finances, your assets, etc. -- and you have done most of this by yourself. Sure you have a lot of people around you who care for you...but you have learned that you rely on YOU. You are always there for yourself and you depend on you.
Sometimes you amaze yourself by how many things you are able to handle -- and this goes from multi-tasking various activities to juggling people's feelings.
Knights can symbolize getting involved in a new endeavor or area of life. Pentacles would symbolize that this has to do with your career. It's time to use the traits of the Knight of Pentacles and apply it directly to your work life.
Be diligent and conscientious in how you spend your time. Focus your talents and apply yourself. Instead of being amazed by how many tasks you are getting done, narrow and deepen how you use your time. You'll be amazed at how powerful you really are.
I get the sense that you already know what I am talking about as you are reading through this. Now is the time to finally do it. The word for you today is FOCUS on this area of your life because it's time.
Your claircognizance knows this already and will stand up and cheer when you not only "get it," but "do it."
It's time to walk the talk!