I hate to run but I have too. I have a doctor’s appointment at 2:45 this afternoon. If I miss it, I don’t get my prescription refilled. I hope you understand. Tomorrow, we will be back to normal I promise. Till then…..
Earth Mother, Giver of life
Strengthen me during my life-long strife.
Teach me your ways of perfect love,
peace, and wisdom true.
Spawn from my purest heart
These words to you
May this prayer help me to better
myself in word and deed,
To a higher plane I shall succeed.
Beautiful light of goodness fair
Lore of old we both do share
A Witch’s brew, I drink to you
My love for you, by day, by night
In thought and in sight
Will my soul learn
the meaning of this life again.
On ‘Bunsen Burner Day’ let’s take a look at ways that Feng Shui says fire can heat up certain energies in your life. Fire is the element most associated with the Feng Shui ‘Fame’ arena, so if you’re looking for some positive recognition and accompanying rewards, then you should burn nine red candles in that ‘Fame’ space. This area most associated with honor and promotion is located in the back middle or back center of the main wall of your home or office. According to this tradition, red is believed to be the color ascribed to fire and the number nine symbolizes completion. So if you’re looking to heat up your reputation, look no further than the back of your own house.
What you need in this aspect is a bit of understanding. You can find happiness in abundance if you understand and accept the differences of those with whom you share your life within this aspect.
This is an Egyptian group of amulets. The centre ornament is the Lotus, from which hangs the emblem of Millions of years — Thou shalt never perish, never, never come to an end. The Lotus bestowed upon the wearer Light and Understanding, the gifts of the god Ra, their sun god, king of gods and of men. The Fish, the symbol of the Egyptian goddess who controlled the rising of the Nile brought Abundance and Riches. The other pendant is in the form of a lock of hair, the meaning of which is obscure.
Cranes have been revered for centuries in many Oriental cultures, symbolizing good fortune and long life. If Crane has flown into your reading today, he brings a message of good tidings. Be prepared for something special today—emotional balance, good health, a spiritual “ah-ha!”, or simply pure joy.
The Believer represents Faith and the realization that you have an important place in the workings of the Universe. Although The Believer may not always understand why things are the way they are, they none-the-less feel an underlying cosmic rhythm which is moving events in a direction that is good. The Believer rejoices in their celestial role, because they realize their life has purpose on a grand scale.
As a daily card, The Believer denotes a time when you will benefit by embracing and exploring your place in the Universe. The Believer confirms that you have inherent value far beyond our secular existence; that you are an important part of the both the grandeur and the mystery of our Cosmos.