Wednesday Wisdom #28 – Just Being

Each Wednesday I will begin the day by drawing a divination card for inspiration and posting it here.

With a few words from my intuition, I will give you something to think about for your day, and week.

Use the card as a writing prompt, or simply something to reflect on.

*I pick these cards at random, by shuffling a deck, and allowing a card to fall out on its own accord. Whilst shuffling, I ask God to show me what I need to see for this post, and all who read it. It may not resonate with you, and that is OK – this is just my offering to you who reads this, it is sent with love and best wishes. Take what feels right for you, and leave what does not, for another.

 

This week I did something different.

Instead of picking a card as I would usually do, I went through some of my photographs, and chose the one that spoke to me the most in this moment.

As I was shuffling cards, I felt quite a lot of frustration. None of the messages seemed quite right.

So much so that I didn’t want to pick one just for the sake of it.

Then it clicked, this week’s message is crystal clear, and needs no card to help explain it.

It only requires us to look at ourselves.  

The message I have received this week to share with you, is about the need to just be.

It’s not a time for seeking clarity,  but rather a time to understand the clarity coming from within.

As mentioned in my previous post,  I have been taking some time to savour this moment of peace in my life.

Looking back at how far I have come, looking forward at what is to come.

This picture was taken at the end of last summer, and as I look at it now; the sea, the sand, and my smile speak to me.

A moment of joy is to be captured and held.

 

Our lives are made up of so many memories that can seem fleeting.

Today is about sitting with the here and now joyfully, and remembering times past.

It’s about letting go of memories, and committing to moving forward.

There is a time to look back, and a time to look forward.

This picture is all about doing both mindfully.

Nostalgia can be both comforting, and uncomfortable.

Looking at yourself can be both confronting, and reassuring. 

Take some time today to look back at the person you see reflected in the mirror.

Look at old photographs, and feel how you felt then.

Then feel how you feel now.

And feel blessed that you are here, right now, like this.

Much love Txx

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