Indigenous spirit guidance

Indigenous Spirit Guidance Nov 20

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.

This weeks reading is from the Card Deck

Native Spirit

by Denise Linn

I will be sharing the information on each card according to his/her interpretations found in the guidebook that accompanies the deck. Enjoy!

 

 

Indigenous Guidance Card 1

 

indigenous card reading

“New Beginnings”

A Fresh cycle is occurring in your life. Wipe the slate clean; it’s now time to release the old and start again. No mater what has happened in the past, it doesn’t need to repeat in the future.

Your indigenous spirit wants you to know: In native traditions, the directions are honored. It’s believed hat every direction has an associated spirit that can be called upon. Int the great cycle of life, the east is the place of the rising sun; it’s also associated with planting seeds in the springtime, birth, the waxing moon, and new beginnings.

Pulling this card means that this is the close of one cycle and the beginning of another.   Although it’s often difficult to release familiar routines, situations, or relationships when they no longer empower you, your native spirit asks that you not cling to the old, but set sail into new waters. Face your fear and allow yourself to stretch in a new direction. Wonderful opportunities will be born in your life.

The Journey: Stand and be still. Breathe and center yourself. Then slowly turn in a circle. Close your eyes and feel the energy of each direction. There’s a difference in the feeling in each direction. Stand facing east as the sun rises to sense the unique energy of that direction.

Indigenous Guidance Card 2

 

Indigenous spirit guidance

Gathering Resources

Gather your resources. Be discerning. Vast inner power is growing in your life. Step back and let it grow. There are times to shine brightly for all to see, and there are also times to choose carefully who sees your true self. Choose wisely. Do not make hasty decisions. If it doesn’t feel right, hold back. You’re protected from any less-than positive outside influences. Your capacity and potential are growing in leaps and bounds.

Your indigenous spirit wants you to know: It’s traditional in native cultures to carry a medicine bag or medicine bundle as a form of protection and also as a way to access your personal power through the sacred objects that are held there. The items in the medicine bag each contain potent qualities that allow one’s abilities to magnify and also help one commune with the Creator.

As your power grows, take time to protect it. Just as you protect a seedling in the early months, and then later – once it’s an established tree – it can withstand the storms of time. Protect your growing power, and it will become as mighty as an ancient oak.

The Journey: Consider obtaining or creating your own medicine bag or bundle. Put objects in it that are meaningful to you and make you feel strong and vital whenever you look at them or hold them. Traditionally, one’s medicine bag was not worn for display. but often hidden from view or kept in a secret space.

 

Indigenous Guidance Card 3

 

Indigenous spirit guidance

Forgiveness

Heal old wounds with people and situations. Carefully do whatever you need to do to make amends. Forgive yourself and forgive others. It’s time. You no longer need to carry the burden. You are a mender. Help other mend bridges in their lives. You bring peace to the world.

Your indigenous spirit wants you to know: In native traditions, sharing a peace pipe, filled with sacred tobacco and herbs, was a way of finding common ground and dropping discord. It was a respite in order to calmly assess a situation and find a peaceful resolve. There are times to drop everything and leave; there are also times to carefully mend bridges with people, situations, and places. This is one of those healing times.

Maybe there is a wound inside you that needs to be forgiven or accepted. Maybe you need to forgive yourself or forgive another. Transform the inner grievance. Do it now. You don’t need to forgive the act, but there’s power in forgiving the person. You no longer need to carry it with you. Perhaps there is a person from your past with whom you should reconnect. You know what you need to do. This is the time to do it.

The Journey: Write down the answer to these questions:

  • If there was an area of my life to which I need to bring peace, what might it be?
  • What’s the first step that I need to take toward resolving a rift with another of a feeling unfinished regarding a person or situation? Then, take action.

 

Indigenous spirit guidance

This weeks Indigenous 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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Until next time, this is Sunscape…

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