May 2016 Full Moon Reading

It’s been a while since I teamed up with my inner child to do a reading, and today feels like the perfect day to do it.  Things have been getting pretty serious around here lately! There’s a Full Moon coming up this weekend (21 May, 2016 to be exact), so the intention is to draw on the cards to offer some advice to use the upcoming Full Moon energy. As I shuffled 2 cards popped out of the tarot, 2 out of the angel deck, and 1 out of the goddess deck. [The reading consists of 5 Cards and uses images from the following decks: 2 Tarot (The Lewellyn Tarot by Anna Marie-Ferguson); 2 Angel Cards (Healing with the Angels by Doreen Virtue); 1 Goddess Continue reading May 2016 Full Moon Reading

Trust: The Return to Innocence

There is so much magic in reconnecting with our integral selves. It’s so easy to lose sight of our core truths along the way, as we set them aside or don masks to be other things for other people, or perhaps to ‘fit in.’ One of the most painful things to lose sight of is trust, which is a state of innocent surrender. It involves detaching from what we believe our needs to be and allowing for what IS to flow. Knowing that as each new desire arises, it will be met with brilliant and abundant fulfilment. There’s a Divine patience in Trust, because it crosses boundaries of space and time. There’s no need to rush the things we desire, because with Trust they’re delivered Continue reading Trust: The Return to Innocence

I Looked in the Mirror and What did I see?

My friend Joy and I decided to do a blog exchange in July, and her only caveat was ‘something fun.’ So we decided on the idea of a date, time and instruction that we’d give each other, and write about what we learned from that moment. (I wrote this on 25 July, and as life would have it, we both became busy and the exchange didn’t happen. This post feels relevant right now, so I thought I’d share it.) Joy gave me the instructions: ‘July 11 at 11:11 am, look into the mirror.’ My initial response was resistance and a feeling of trepidation, but I set my alarm and when the date and time came, I looked in the mirror. I’d been cycling through some Continue reading I Looked in the Mirror and What did I see?