Intuition will tell the thinking mind where to look next.– Jonas Salk
I received an email from a student in my oracle class. As suggested in the class she was pulling an oracle card at the beginning of each day with the intent of receiving guidance for the day. A friend of hers questioned whether using the deck on a daily basis for was a smart idea. She felt that she would become dependent on the oracle deck and her guides—instead of herself.
An interesting question?????????????
For those not familiar with Oracle Cards, they are simply a tool to connect with your inner wisdom. Oracle Decks generally have pictures and maybe a few words. After a person pulls a card, I encourage them to check in with their gut and sense how the card relates to their life. Pulling an oracle card each day is a way to strengthen you intuitive muscle. The more we use our intuition, the more we connect with our spirit. We spend most of our days functioning from ego and “thinking” about situations. This is just one way to help us function more from our inner wisdom instead of depending on our ego. I find that after years of including a card in my daily practice, for me, just the act of pulling the card centers me and connects me to my spirit.
This Week: Try “playing” with an Oracle Deck and connect to your spirit!
Peace and Blessings,
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind its faithful servant.–Albert Einstein
If you live in the Chicago area and want to strengthen your intuitive muscle, this workshop will provide you with guidance. Click on the following link for more information. oraclereadingworkshop-_sep_25
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This week: Take some action to strengthen you intuitive muscle.
Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. ~~ Steve Jobs
I’m not the most disciplined person when it comes to my morning routine. For that matter, I’m someone who can get off track easily, so I have to work to be disciplined in most areas of my life. Given this struggle, my routine is a bit variable, besides the normal dressing and grooming, there are a few elements I try to keep in my routine. These include a yoga stretch or core workout and a short mediation and prayer, sometimes it takes 30 to 45 minutes, other days it can be a five minute stretch and three minute meditation. I follow this up with a good cup of coffee and I pull a card from one of my oracle decks. The card is my way of getting some additional guidance for the day. Last February, I was debating whether to apply for a scholarship for the Writers’ Workshop at Chautauqua. I figured I was such a long shot, it wasn’t worth the effort, yet I kept feeling like I should fill it out. While sipping my coffee, I pulled an oracle card, as I wondered about the long application. The word on the card was TRUST. It was about trusting ones intuition. I followed the pull I was feeling and completed the application. As I mailed it off, I smiled to myself thinking, it just might be possible. In twelve days I leave for Chautauqua. I put aside my logical doubts, trusted my intuitive nudges and was rewarded with the scholarship. When I’m having trouble listening to these nudges, oracle cards help me sort through the fog. Oracle cards are a great way to tap into your inner wisdom. If you’re interested in learning to use oracle cards to tap into your intuition, consider joining our class Oracle Readings…Connecting with Inner Wisdom on July 14th.
This Week: Take a step to strengthen the voice of your intuitive wisdom.
Peace and Blessings,