I've been keeping myself busy with angels, astrology and tarot lessons at The College of Psychic Studies the past few months. It was a privilege to go back to London for the summer, it's where I discovered energy healing and intuition, and where I studied for years before moving to Mexico in the winter of 2014. The term came to an end last week and I've been home for a few days, getting over the jet lag. There is lots to tell so stay tuned! In the meantime I though we'd try something fun and different, a special interactive reading. Please think of a question and choose three Oracle Decks from the picture, for Past, Present and Future (or Challenge, Hidden Influences, and Solution). Please share your experiences below. We do these every week on my Diary of a Psychic Healer Facebook Page, you can join the fun here!
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Wizards Tarot, by Corrine Kenner. This is one of my favourite decks as it incorporates so much more than a normal tarot reading, teaching lessons in metaphysics, healing and magic with each Major Arcana card. The card I pulled today is the 10 of Wands, a card about overkill. The image shows a young man carrying a stack of huge, heavy wands across a field. He can barely move under the weight of it all, but if he organized himself differently or better yet, asked for help, the load would be much lighter. The way we are used to doing things may no longer work and its time to try a new approach.
The Mythic Tarot, by Juliet Sharman-Burke. This is a lovely deck as all of the cards are linked back to Greek mythology, adding an extra layer of symbolism. The card I pulled is The Chariot, we see a knight trying to reign his horses in so that they don’t pull the carriage in different directions. This is about reconciling our fears, urges and self-doubt and getting past the last “push” on our way to the finish line. You’ve made a huge effort and its about to be rewarded. Don’t give up, and know that you have the self-discipline to succeed.
Plant & Druid Oracles, by the Carr-Comms: The card I pulled for you is Wheat. I’m drawn to a shape that looks like Bridget’s cross, a reminder of earth based spirituality and the gratitude and respect that ancient cultures had for the Sun. The key message here today is about being grateful for all of our blessings, and grateful the source of that goodness, as well as the people who show us kindness and support. Take some time out of your daily grind to enjoy your blessings and share them with others.
Miracles Now, by Gabby Bernstein: The card I pulled today is about dissolving boundaries with LOVE. It reminds me of the phrase “Love Thy Neighbor” especially if you don’t get along with your neighbor. If you’ve been having a hard time with someone it might help to do a little meditation where you picture their Inner Child and send them healing. We all need love and healing, and sometimes difficult people need it the most.
Angel Tarot, by Doreen Virtue: The card I pulled is The Magician. The message here is not unlike that Nike commercial where we see clips of athletes preparing to run or compete, and then we see the words Just Do It. You’re ready for the challenge ahead and what you lack in experience you’ll make up for in ingenuity, passion and sheer luck. Roll the dice and believe in yourself!
Ascended Masters, by Doreen Virtue: It’s time to step up and be a leader! The card I features Moses parting the Red Sea and across the top we see the words Take Charge. This is one of those times when “if you want something done, you have to do it yourself.” That said, be sure to tell the rest of your team what you are planning.
Magical Unicorns, by Doreen Virtue: The message here is simple: Believe in Yourself! Our angels and guides are keenly aware of our potential even if we are not. You are capable of much more than you realize. Confidence and self-esteem make a big difference because they influence our effort. If you’re not sure of yourself, fake it and the encouraging results will follow!
Angels of Atlantis, by Stewart Pierce: The message today is a gentle reminder to connect with Archangel Metatron, the heavenly scribe. He keeps track of our soul’s path and purpose and if we’re ready to listen, he can also clue us in with a bit of divine intelligence and soul coaching.
Chrysalis Tarot, by Toney Brooks: I pulled two cards accidentally and got the King of Spirals and Seven of Spirals. Both of these are about leadership skills, asserting yourself and communicating your vision clearly. You already know what has to be done though it might be a good idea to incorporate your personal networks advice as “fiery leaders” sometimes gloss over the details.