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.
This week's Intuitive Tuesday card was the Seven of Coins, which is about DOing and ALLOWing, when to apply effort and when to wait.
I pulled an additional card today for Mad Hatter, in response to her comment:
Oooooh - I really like the idea of divine water wings! I'm going to wear mine tomorrow to my appointment with Dr. Lovely - I am so ready to let go of this process a little and let the magic take over! Thanks, Sheri!I selected the Four of Swords from the Legacy of the Divine Tarot deck by Ciro Marchetti. I love the image of the man resting on four swords. Even though it looks uncomfortable, he looks SO peaceful! The key word for this card is REST. This might be physical , mental or spiritual rest (or all three).
Maddy, for you, I believe it means rest from worrying, planning, and having to figure it out. Perhaps you can hand your worries over to a Higher Power, that may be partially coming through in the form of Dr. Lovely right now. This doesn't mean that you relinquish any of the personal responsibility that you have, but let the universe take over for a while...so you can rest and rejuvenate (Four of Swords).
I have written about the Four of Swords in a previous post. You can check it out here.
here to check it out or go to your local (metaphysical) bookstore.
The card is called, My Creative Power, and I think it goes well with the Four of Swords.
My Creative Power: I recognize the power of my thoughts. Do I use these thoughts to build or to destroy? I choose to create my universe filled with and surrounded by joy and harmony. I will maintain a positive attitude and let no-one or nothing discourage me. I create love and peace.Combined with the Four of Swords energy (above) and the Seven of Coins energy from Intuitive Tuesday, the greater message today is to choose your thoughts and consciously take a break from excessive thoughts and worrying and allow the Divine to come into your life.
We are not alone and don't have to do it all ourselves. What makes us think that we should or even could?