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 Oracle Card Deck
The Mirror Cards
by Geoff Charley & Lucy Lidell
I will be sharing the information on each card according to his/her interpretations found in the guidebook that accompanies the deck. I am writing them word for word, as that is how Oracle Card Readings are done. Enjoy!
(*Note signifies my own intuitive thoughts on the card pulled)
What are you “Mirroring” to yourself this week?
Mirror Guidance Card 1
26 Self – Worth
To have self-worth is to have moved beyond the belief that valuing ourselves is egotistical. It is a recognition that we are unique and lovable, just as we are. Only when we have come to this point can we really begin to manifest ourselves in the world and take a full part in a relationship.
You are worth a great deal, but you just don’t seem to see that right now. Others, however, probably do, and will be drawn to exploit your good nature with ease.
You may see this exploitation as you giving love. But ask yourself whether it’s not more a a matter of needing to feel needed or to be worthy through someones eyes? A lack of self-worth tends to produce kindness or niceness to everybody except oneself.
It may be that your self-esteem is so low, you rarely put yourself in a position to even have a relationship. And if you do, you’re so grateful for someone choosing to be with you that your real self-expression goes out of the window for fear of driving the other person away.
Consider this: if you cannot value yourself just as you are, you will continue to attract partners who mirror this self-rejection – for the value you put on yourself is the value others put on you.
It may help to look back at your childhood and question where you received the message you were not good enough – perhaps not lovable. And then consider if you want to go on believing that. As long as you believe it and continue to put yourself down, others will, too. The world, in its cool, impassive fashion, will provide endless ways to prove you right!
In choosing this mirror card guidance today, you are asked to look at the wounded child within, who didn’t receive the love he or she needed and is still looking to be validated from outside. You must find the wounded part and see what you can do to hold this child in love. Feel for yourself. Be kind to yourself. Parent yourself as you would have wanted to be parented then. If you try to manipulate your partner into giving you the reassurance or security you feel you lacked, then you will ultimately be disappointed. Your partner is not your parent.
Begin to see how power and control are being played out in your life. The fact is that the manipulations of your victim stance are base on the belief that you can’t get power any other way. But in seeking to please and appease, you are just as guilty of trying to control your partner – into staying around or being nice to you – as someone who is blatantly dominating.
It really is time to stop trying to prove yourself and imagining that others are better than you. You are infinitely precious and truly amazing in your uniqueness. The moment you connect with that, your life will begin to change.
No-one can make you feel inferior without your consent. – Eleanor Roosevelt
Mirror Guidance Card 2
Aloneness is the experience of profound inner fullness and wholeness – a state of ‘all-oneness’ that springs from a deep sense of connection.
You are faced with seeing through the illusion of the sad, lonely figure wandering along the beach, lost and broken hearted, and challenged to find true strength within yourself, not through the solace of a relationship.
Your task is to find the time and space to be with yourself, away from the confusions that surround you. If you spend too much time in others’ company, you risk losing touch with your own deeper needs and feelings.
We all have endless strategies for avoiding the feeling of solitude – keeping ourselves busy, socializing when our heart isn’t in it, compulsively seeking a new partner to fill the void as soon as we are not in a relationship. But sooner or later we have to face ourselves and find our sense of security from within not through other people.
Aloneness is not loneliness. While loneliness brings feelings of emptiness and self-pity and a distancing from everything and everyone, aloneness connects yo with the essence of life that runs through all things, empowering you through the knowledge that you are never alone.
Any experience that connects you with the present moment would be helpful. You could try staying at home more, with the TV and telephone turned off. Lie in the bath, just enjoying the physical sensation, letting go of the events of the day. watch a candle flicker, a tree waving in the wind or sunlight on the floor. Start writing a daily log, not just of what you did, but of your deepest thoughts and feelings, whatever they are. Above all, take the opportunity to follow your heart and seek the things that strengthen and nourish you.
If you are feeling lonely even though you have a partner, you are touching an important truth about relationships. You cannot expect your partner to fill your emptiness. That deep ache in your heart has a purpose: to drive you to look inside, instead of searching for validation outside.
This weeks mirror guidance card from spirit wants you to know… discovering the essence of aloneness takes some time. You will not do it in one evening, and you may find that you pass through states of deep loneliness along the way. Allow any pain that you may have been avoiding to come forward, but always remember your intention – to uncover the strength that lies within your vulnerability. For to feel all things is to know all-oneness.
To be alone is like being with a friend whose company will last forever. – Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Mirror Guidance Card 3
Taking responsibility is the mature acceptance that the only person who controls your life is you.
You’re probably feeling hurt or angry at the cards that life has dealt you, or perhaps you don’t understand why someone is treating you in a particular way.
There’s a tough truth to be learned here that, once understood and consistently applied in all situations, will permanently change your perspective on the world and lead to far more rewarding relationships.
You alone are responsible for everything that’s happening to you. There’s nobody else to blame. It is only as children that we are entitled to disclaim responsibility. As adults we must assume responsibility, or forever remain children.
Right now, it’s time to sop playing the victim, and grow up. The measure of your maturity is how much responsibility you are prepared to take for this situation. Yet is seems you are still wanting others to take care of you and your feelings, or wanting to blame them for you difficulties.
Responsibility is the ‘ability to respond’, and that can only come if you take back the power you’ve invested in someone else by being a victim and saying you’re not to blame. What if you were to blame? Wouldn’t that give you greater authority.?
Whatever feelings you are having, they are your responsibility. NO-one can make you feel, do or be anything unless you, at some level, choose to do so. So step back from the issue and ask yourself: ‘ What part am I playing in this situation?’
If you are wanting to reject this mirror card guidance and are think you must have drawn the wrong card, you can be sure that it’s relevant to you. For a person who takes responsibility would now be searching inside to see how these words are appropriate!
The only payoff for not taking responsibility in this situation is the ability to blame. But is that such a prize to hold on to? Recognize that you do have power and you’re big enough to take back the blame!
Take your life in your own hands and what happens? A terrible thing – no-one to blame. – Erica Jong
This weeks Mirror Card spirit guidance
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed this weeks oracle 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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