Daily Tarot ~ January 21

Knight of Cups

Galahad

Fortune Fookie: Think upon the commitments for this lifetime that you made before you came into being.  Determine the next few steps to keep you moving along that path – or the first steps that will be necessary to move you back onto that path.  And GET GOING!

Okay.  This good fellow last stopped by  in mid-December.

It is a card of sacred questing, and for all of us, whatever our spiritual path, it’s a good reminder to look at and remember what’s REALLY important and worthwhile and magical and holy ~ at any time of year.

The Knight of Cups is always a good energy & good advice card.  As I have said, I think of this as the card of the sacred quest.

Therefore, if you have been feeling that your life really isn’t going in the direction you and God (Spirit, The Universe, the Universal Life Force, the Big Enchilada, Maggie Smith, The Voice of John Cleese,  Jimmy Fallon ~ whoever) agreed to before you accepted birth this time around:

HEY!  YOU!!!!

Don’t you think it’s time to reconnect and GET GOING?

Some readers might interpret the Knight of Cups as the coming of a messenger, advancement in the world, or a graceful but not warlike person of great masculine energy [think Baryshnikov, I guess. Or Angelina?]. Others could say it indicates someone (maybe you?) ingenious, full of original ideas (probably you!) .

Anna-Marie Ferguson, creator of the Legend deck I use, feels this card betokens a tempting proposal which deserves serious consideration. [However, avoid snakes in apple trees and guys playing the fiddle at the crossroads. ‘Cos things rarely work out with them.]  Also, an approaching opportunity for advancement. Or an unexpected gift. [Duh!] So if something like that crosses your path today, assume you deserve it, accept it fully and gratefully, and run with it!

I still like my intuitive interpretation best. [And I say that with no modesty whatsoever.]

Think upon the commitments for this lifetime

             that you made before you came into being. 

Determine the next few steps

                        to keep you moving along that path –

or the first steps that will be necessary

                                to move you back onto that path. 

And GET GOING!

Bright blessings and remembrance of your sacred self, and the sacred in us all and everywhere!

Quote for the Day: God has no religion. ~ Gandhi

Today’s Weather:  Sands of time.  Controlled remote drooling. Alexander’s secrets. 

On This Date: 1957 — Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts introduce America to Patsy Cline.

Another Quote: …people who work in the field of intuition, myself included, are some of the moodiest, most anxious, irritable, high-strung, blunt, and passionate individuals I have ever met….  Other examples of the types of very hard-to-treat, reactive, complex health problems that medical-intuitive advisors often seem to have include anxiety, migraine headaches, weight and thyroid issues, and immune-system disorders. ~ Mona Lisa Schultz, M.D., Ph. D. from The Intuitive Advisor

And:  In traditional cultures, shamans are sick all the time.  And it’s not necessarily even their illness.  It’s the illness of their community, or of the Earth itself, that they are feeling and processing. ~ Myron Eshowksy

 

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6 Responses to “Daily Tarot ~ January 21”

  1. Stephanie Hope Says:

    I feel the illness of the community. It can be oppressive. How do you let it go? Do you do private readings? Stephanie Hope

  2. Donna Allen Says:

    Hmmmm….I like the first quote…by Gandhi: God has no religion.

    The other two quotes (by Mona Lisa Schultz and Myron Eshowksky) left me asking “Why, then, would anyone want to be an intuitive healer or shaman?” That stuff ain’t no fun!!

    Deep breath.

    Because I know. Sometimes we’re just called to do what we need to do.

    Any quote(s) of your own on this?

    Blessings, Donna

  3. shamanspath Says:

    Hi, Stephanie,

    A simple question with a rather complicated answer (that can even change from day to day).

    For some people, it’s a matter of finding ways to, as one of my most estemmed teachers, says, “Stay pumped up in Spirit.” In otherw ords, do what you need to do to keep positively spiritually connected and repelenishing your energy physically, emotionally and spiritually.

    For some people, it’s a matter of learning to develop and hold stronger emotional and spiritual shields, especially when in challenging situations.

    For others, it’s about refining their ability to snese and evade “negative energy.”

    And for some, it’s about accepting that “preocessing” the illness of family, community and/or planet is part of who they are and what they do, so they live with it as best they can.

    Hope this is a tiny bit helpful.

    And yes, I do private readings and shamanic work. Thanks for asking.

    Blessings,

    Neal

  4. shamanspath Says:

    Hi, Donna,

    I guess the only quote I have on this is, “Do what you can to stay as full of Light and Goodness as you can, and homor your spiritual connection.”

    Bless, M’Dear!

    N

  5. Donna Allen Says:

    I wrote down your quote, Neal. It’s definitely something I can work with. Your responses to Stephanie are very helpful, too. Such a complete answer. Thank you!

    Blessings and gratitude, Donna

  6. shamanspath Says:

    Thank YOU, M’Dear.

    Always grateful to hear you think I’m on track.

    Bless!

    N

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