Being it's the season of spirits and magic, I have a question for you. Does one
truly believe in what the cards may say?.. I say "Yes". But to each there own. Many will have their own thoughts on this subject. For me, having recently lost both of my parents within
a very short time frame, I find comfort in the draw of the cards. There are times when no matter how old I maybe by my
drivers license profile I will always and forever be their little girl. I will always be trying to seek approval in my own ways. But, now with both of my parents, no
longer on this Earth (but I hope in a better realm), I must concentrate on whats
best for me and my children.
But how does one take the intial leap of faith? Not
knowing if you will be alright. Always second guessing your worst
fears. I was struggling with wanting more direction with my fears and wanting to arm myself with faith. Some dear friends of mine enlightened me to the world of crystals,
stones and cards. Now mind you I can not read like those who do so very well with Tarrot cards. In fact in this month of Witches and
Spirits I have had my cards professionally read for me and amazingly the readings were spot on. My deck of cards that I "read" are Oracle cards of Angels. When I second guess or want
to know how my day might be I randomly draw a card and see what it might say. For me, at this time in my life it is a true God send. The proverbaly
wisdom and feeling I get once I chose a card helps me go about my day in a more
productive manner. I feel it helps guide me along my journey of life. I find comfort in the draw and linking it to my feelings and faith.
I also mentioned crystals and stones. I still am a total newbie to this "art" but
have been told the crystal(s) one seeks have certain meaning unto their own.
For me my crystal and stones are still a work in progress but do I believe they help ground me and bring me some inner peace. Others may find Peace in yoga or
deep mediation or by other means. I have tried this, but, I can not truly stop my mind from
thinking about the "to do list". So for now, or until I can meditate without the world crashing in, I leave my fate to my crystal and
cards with a dash of faith and fun. Anyway you look at it, what happens next in your journey is all about your luck of the draw. Try something new. Deal yourself a little fun and mix things up a bit. Get a reading done. You might find yourself just having fun, you might find your self less of a skeptic once it's done, and if you are "lucky", you might just find a new "thing" that you love.