Sunscape’s weekly reading
Pick a card from the following to receive this weeks
timely advice that your spirit/soul guides
would like to share with you.
- Choose the card that feels right to you, number 1, number 2 or number 3.
- Choose before you scroll down to see what the cards have to say.
- Enjoy this magical and fun way to see what spirit has to say to you.
- This is purely for entertainment purposes only.
- If you are drawn to a second card as well, then that would represent an underlying energetic movement working in your field as well. I will be sharing the information on each card according to his/her interpretations found in the guidebook that accompanies the deck. Enjoy!
This weeks reading is from the Card Deck
Native Spirit Oracle
by Denise Linn
Ancient Spirit Guidance Card 1
Card Meaning: Things are not as they seem. Something that seems bad may in fact be good and vice versa. Don’t take everything at face value. Look beneath the surface. This card encourages you to try to find humor or gentle amusement in seemingly difficult situations. It also encourages you to have irrepressible fun. Step out of the mold.
Your Ancient Spirit wants you to know: In indigenous traditions, there is the concept of the tricksters. In Native American traditions, the trickster is often depicted as a wily coyote, but sometimes the trickster is a human, called “Heyoka.” There is a light-hearted, fun aspect of the trickster, but there’s also the caution to tread carefully because things are not always as the seem.
Be discerning. What appears to be a good opportunity may, in fact, not be. The wonderful aspect of this card choosing you is that it offers the opportunity to step out of old, outmoded way of perceiving yourself. The “Trickster” allows you t see yourself in an entirely new way and asks you to step out of old routines and habits that might be keeping you stagnant.
The Journey: It might sound very strange, but the easiest way to activate the energy of this card is to howl like a coyote. If you can, it’s even better to do it during the light of the full moon. This breaks up stagnant energies and brings in fresh vitality.
Ancient Spirit Guidance Card 2
Card Meaning: Be still, and take the time to move into the silent place within yourself. Locate your internal source of power. Meditate. Wait. Do not move forward until it feels right. Surrender to stillness. Do not take action. If you observe, rather than react, you claim your power.
Your Ancient Spirit wants you to know: From the vantage point of the sacred mountain, your power grows. In silence you’ll find your sacred witness. It is the dwelling place of your soul. In peace, seek and discover your truth. Move past the bustle and clatter of life into sweet quietude. If you’re in pain, don’t lash out; go into it until you find the source so that it can be healed. Resist the temptation to indulge in feelings of stress, urgency, and emergency. Your power is born in silence. This peace gives birth to your serenity. Seek solitude to listen to the voice of you higher self and awaken your inner wisdom.
The Journey: Travel to the peaks of hallowed mountains, and if you can’t do this in person, travel in your meditation. Imagine yourself atop a high peak; you can see the world in all directions. Give thanks and offerings to mountains, whenever you encounter them. The Ancient Spirit of the Mountain will deeply appreciate your gift.
Ancient Spirit Guidance Card 3
Spirit Keeper of the West
Card Meaning: Transformation. Letting go of the old. Initiation. Illumination. Harvest. Gather your inner resources. If it doesn’t feel right, don’t go ahead. Trust your heart. Chaos brings positive change. Almost all change comes out of turmoil; don’t be concerned if there’s confusion in your life. It will all work out.
Your Ancient Spirit wants you to know: In the medicine wheel, the west is the direction that symbolizes the fiery setting sun, autumn, the waning moon and the time of harvest, and the tumultuous years of teenagers in the human cycle. Out of the chaos arise illumination and transformation. In order for the new to ignite in you life, it’s necessary to let go of the old. Sweep away the debris.
The “Spirit Keeper of the West” reminds us to slow down our rapid growth….and harvest what we have attained. In the autumn, leaves are burned to make way for new growth. Release the dross in your life to make way for new growth.
Perhaps you may want to stand facing the west and the setting sun. Imagine that all limitations and blockages in your life are flowing from your heart into the sun; as the sun sets, it carries with it your cares and concerns to be transformed by its purifying energy. 😉
This weeks Ancient Spirit Guidance
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed this weeks card reading. I will continue to post weekly cards on Mondays using various decks to keep it interesting. I look forward to you following me for the weekly spirit guidance. I hope you had fun and found inspiration in the post.
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