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Whenever you hear of the terms "tarot cards" and "tarot card reading," what is the first thing that comes to mind? While many may doubt what these spiritual cards do or how they work, many others believe in their power.
In truth, the effectiveness of tarot card and tarot card reading depends a lot on the personal connection that you build with the deck. After all, a set of tarot cards only remains a tool, so it is truly up to you how you use it to your advantage.
Before you dismiss altogether how to interpret tarot cards, here are a few simple facts about them that will help you gain access to your intuition as well as your inner source of wisdom and power.
The tarot cards deck consists of 78 different cards, each with its own symbol, imagery, and story. The 22 Arcana cards are considered the significant cards in the deck. They represent spiritual and karmic lessons. The 56 Minor Arcana...
Our energetic vibration is essentially a measure of how close we are to embodying the characteristics of electricity. The more electric that we perceive ourselves to be, the higher our vibration, and the better we feel.
The ideas we think, the ways that we feel, and the things that we do are all causes AND manifestations of our vibration. The term vibration—whose frequency can be measured quantitatively—is an artificial construct to give some semblance of "wholeness" to our beingness in our language. This is not our most expanded identity, but it is the idea of the filter upon our experience. The reason that we feel any way that we do not desire to contact at any time—the basis of our interaction with our vibration—is that we do not recognize that we can choose. The most fundamental way to raise your vibration is to change your perspective to one of unity, one of unconditional acceptance/joy/compassion, and one of extreme love for the self. Perhaps the most...
All is Love. Love is all. UNCONDITIONAL love.
Take a moment. Let us each sit with this very basic concept. There NOTHING but love. Love is more fundamentally the choice than it is the results of the choice.
Love is not something that you can negotiate away from. It is an essential component of life, and of consciousness.
Unconditional love is not just love with a capital L. It is not just another emotion to work on:
Unconditional love is THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL aspect of your reality that you experience in every moment.
Or rather, the degree to which you place conditions upon your already-existing abundant unconditional love source IS the degree to which you distort your experience away from that which your...
Familiarity does not breed contempt. Becoming familiar with negative behavior does. When we are in a traditional workplace, we develop routines that are either helpful or harmful to our relationships. The idea that workplaces are filled with drama is the idea that we cannot control the emotions that we allow into our awareness. This is not the case.
The problem with workplaces is routines not being consciously and intentionally chosen. Most of our habits in a traditional job involve in some way working with other people. Drama or tension, spoken or unspoken, occurs when unintentional routines/habits are formed between two or more people. The practices and routines that most support healthy relationships (and therefore an absence of drama) are those of the way that we communicate to each other and with ourselves. Thus, how we can eliminate workplace drama is by auditing and intentionally re-creating our communication habits. Here are four...
When I say those words ~ I AM Presence ~ I mean them, I feel them, they are true. This is not just a concept. You may access your I AM presence by expressing that intention, through words of the mouth or ideas of the mind, and then bringing along the feeling of its truth into your being. You choose your reality. This means you chose what you know, and what you feel.
If you want to feel a certain way, you may use tools in order to accomplish this. You may project thoughts into your mind. You have programmed yourself to …
Or, if you have an intimate knowledge and connection with your energy centers, you may simply activate them directly with your intention.
Feeling the chakras and their connection to your emotions.
So much of modern productivity is about the efficiency of the machine. Machines don't have biomechanical rhythms in the way that we do. For those that are genuinely into the masculine perspective, this will be more difficult to comprehend. For those with masculine/feminine balance, this will be intuitive. There are times of the day when certain activities are easier for you, and when certain activities find more resistance. There are times of the month—for both men and women —where creativity is flowing and where rest is required. There are seasonal changes that affect mood and motivation, which need different attention.
Maintain a journal and keep your own personal KPIs. Journaling your feelings each day helps you create a log of changes in your mood and behavior to be more objective about optimization. This is right-brain training. If it is not tracked, it does not get done. This is left-brain training. What are...
Thoughts are the projection upon the projection screen. They are ideas being energized by light into an image in your mind.
If there is a projection, then where is the projector?
If there is a projector, then how it is being operated?
If there is an operator of the projector, who is that?
Where does this intention come from?
Put in your mind any animal of your choosing.
Place that animal in your inner vision.
See that animal.
All I have done is projected a few auditory sounds into this reality.
Feel the similarity of receiving new information that clicks, and remembering information that you have forgotten.
Notice the similarity of the perceived strain in trying to understand a new concept and trying to remember a memory.
Communicating in your highest state of awareness and confidence is vital to giving your best self to your team and your followers.
However, the feeling of the need to continue to "work" when your body is giving you signals that it is time to rest is part of ego programming. We do not intend, honestly, to consistently grind. We are expecting more so to be inflow. When it feels like you need regeneration of energy, yet there is an ever-present voice that you NEED TO KEEP WORKING, there is a tendency to abide by this work voice. This is not to say working at night is wrong. It is to say that listening to our bodies when it comes to when we devote creative energy towards something is crucial.
You do your best work when you are most excited to be doing it. If you WANT to do it, do it!
When you consistently work when you are not excited (motivated), you deplete your life-force energy. If you don't want to do it, consider not doing it!
The question posed in the title of this piece has three primary elements, which I will address. The three components are as follows:
Each element will blend and build onto each other. Hopefully, you'll be able to see and understand the wondrous and interesting possibilities of connecting with and recognizing the influence of "alien" disclosure.
What do I mean by "disclosure?"
Disclosure—or the process of experiencing disclosure—is definitionally a profoundly personal journey. For something to be "revealed," one must be in a place of receptivity and in a place of relative ignorance. Thus, there are multiple levels of disclosure as it relates to these topics that are worthy of consideration: both from the collective and individual perspectives.
On one level, disclosure is the idea that all major public, private, cultural, historical, and societal institutions, traditions, norms, and societal...
Written by Suzan Ahmed
Our minds are highly skilled at planning, anticipating, and engaging in catastrophic scenarios. The basic idea is that, by imagining what could happen, we can handle it when/if it happens.
The problem is that, with repetition and focus, we essentially reinforce limiting thoughts and beliefs—even if, and especially when—we intensely worry, prepare for, and fear they will manifest themselves in our lives.
Being prepared is a natural approach to uncertainty and has helped our species survive and move forward in our evolution.
I have often heard clients express concern that focusing on positive outcomes or feelings will make them less prepared for crises. And, believe me, I have caught myself countless times going down the rabbit hole of “what-if’s.”
But focusing on the potential or real adverse outcomes incessantly does not necessarily make us better equipped for the worst. In fact, it likely creates more of the same...