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Saturday, November 8, 2014



Pronunciation: ee’meesh
Qualities: source of life, divine nurturance and support, primordial Mother, undivided primal waters, primal trust and nourishment, receptivity.

Gayle’s Reflection:
Take this Saturday to nourish yourself. This card signifies a new cycle, especially following AHAU on Friday. This point of nourishing the self with unconditional love is still permeating from AHAU and is very available for you today. Drink it in!

Remember the entire universe is made up of love. “Give and receive it generously, for love just is. Because love is neither given nor taken but rather discovered and allowed, you are a natural part of if the circulation of its’ energy.” The Mayan Oracle.

Trust it is always available and accessible to you.

Affirmation: “I trust unconditionally the source of divine nurturance.”

Sunday, November 9, 2014

FOUR: (Measure)

order, definition, discrimination, natural cycles, meaningful alignment,

Gayle’s Reflection:
Four brings us back in order with natural cycles. Following on the heels of Samhain on October 31st we are reminded it is the beginning of a new year – a new cycle. We are moving toward winter and less light each day. We are going into a period of stasis and reflection where things slow down even if it is slight in todays’ busy world, Mother Earth has her say and we go there.

Use FOUR to recognize the order and cycles of life. Honor them by choosing what you do with your time and life to respect these cycles. Hold off on all of the busy-ness that we are pushed into during the coming Holi-days. They are holy. The time deserves reverence, reflection on the past year and honoring the dreamtime for the coming year. Winter is dream time for many animals; let us be in that cycle too.

So dream, vision, create and write your desires into being.

“Four is a tool of consciousness to mold time, form and space. Now is the time to focus and to connect tangibly with the undefined.” The Mayan Oracle.

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