We begin this week with Maat, the Egyptian goddess of justice, who tells us that almost all disputes arise from a feeling of lack, where we fear that we will not get our share of something. She says, "The best way to resolve any arguement or dispute is to release your need to control the situation. Focus your mind upon finding a peaceful outcome where everyone wins and allow the pieces to fall into place. If you must, take a few moments to release this situation to God, the Universe, the Angels or to Me and all will be taken care of. Remember, there is always enough. The Universe is eternally abundant and you are taken care of."
As we enter the middle of the week, we are brought the message of magic and manifestation from the Welsh goddess Rhiannon. She advises us to get out into nature and enjoy the first breath of spring. She says that as the Mother awakens, so do we. This new infusion of energy can bring about a period of accelerated growth and creativity. Rhiannon advises, "Embrace all of your creative impulses right now. Get out in the Spring sunlight and soak up the warming rays. Breathe in deeply and allow nature to clear away old, stagnant energy to make way for the new."
The week ends with Kuan Yin, the beautiful goddess of kindness and compassion. She repeats the advice we have been receiving over the past weeks to make a daily practice of clearing and shielding ourselves from harsh energies. She also sends the strong guidance to make a daily practice of loving and caring for ourselves. She says, "Use only kind words when you speak to yourself. Do not judge or berate yourself for you seeming shortcomings. If you must, imagine that you are speaking to your very best friend. Would you use such harsh words and judgements with someone you love and care about? Shouldn't you give yourself the same loving care? View yourself through the eyes of unconditional love and compassion. This is the way to release ego and embrace Spirit."
~ Lady Wolfdreams
Monday, March 5th and Tuesday March 6th: Maat ~ Fairness
"This situation will be handled in a fair and just manner."
"Let me suggest another definition for fairness: It's when all parties involved surrender their personal agendas in favor of the greater good for entirety of the group. This requires trust in the wisdom of the whole. When it comes to matters of disputes, the attacks are based on fears that you may not receive your share. Yet attacks amplify the hurt and the pain that caused the dispute in the first place. Why not surrender your attachment to a specific outcome, and instead, direct your holy will toward the resolution of the arguement? Hold a firm vision of a peaceful outcome, and let the pieces fall into place in a harmonious manner."
Various Meanings of This Card:
* A lawsuit will be resolved
* A dispute will end harmoniously
* You'll be treated fairly
* Keep everyone's needs in mind during negotiations
* Release guilt and shame, as these emotions can attract a punishing attack
About Maat (pronounced Mat):
Maat is the Egyptian goddess of integrity, fairness and justice who holds a scale that measures souls against a feather at the time of death to detect any heaviness from guilt. Maat protects us in business and personal relationships, ensuring that we're treated fairly and honorably. Call upon her before signing any contract, during a dispute or whenever you feel guilty or remorseful.
Wednesday, March 7th and Thursday, March 8th: Rhiannon ~ Sorceress
"You are a magical person who can manifest your clear intentions into reality."
"A large part of my power stems from my connection to animals and nature. If you've been indoors too long, you can recapture your personal power by simply stepping outside. This simple motion will do you a world of good in reawakening your sleeping, magical, spiritual nature. Allow the light of the sun, the moon and the stars to stir ancient memories that may be dormant. Recall the times of your magical abilities and then put them to use immediately for the good of the entire planet. Resume the mission that was once aborted through the misdeeds of past-time leaders. Take up your spiritual arms and move with swift speed into the night, awakening one and all to the magic that is life itself. This is a mission that must be accomplished, and you are the one who can help us with it."
Various Meanings of This Card:
* Have absolute faith that your dream is manifested
* Make a clear decision
* Put your energy into manifesting your dreams
* Know that you deserve to receive good things in your life
* When you win, others win, too
* Keep your thoughts focused on your desire and away from fear
About Rhiannon (pronounced REE-ah-non):
This lunar Welsh goddess's name means "great queen," as she serves important functions, including being the muse of inspiration for poets, artists and royalty. She lovingly carries souls from Earth to the afterlife plane upon her trusty white horse, helping them adjust to the transition of life after death. A shape-shifter, Rhiannon can appear to you as an animal, bird or song. Call upon her for help with manifestations, spirit communication, transitions or artistic inspiration.
Friday, March 9th to Sunday, March 11th: Kuan Yin ~ Compassion
"Release judgements about yourself and others and focus on the love and light that is within everyone."
"Gentleness is the strength behind true power and it comes from feeding yourself with nourishing words, thoughts, deeds, intentions and all forms of food. Shield yourself from harshness by placing an intention to only attract kind and gentle life lessons and relationships. Transform harshness into gentleness by refusing to see anything but the shining light that's within each person and situation. This intention begins with your relationship with yourself. Be very gentle with yourself in all ways. Be happy, be kind, be sweet, but most of all, be true to you."
Various Meanings of This Card:
* Release guilt and shame to Heaven for healing and transmutation
* Keep your thoughts about yourself and others positive
* Avoid gossip or bad-mouthing of yourself or others
* Forgive yourself or another
* Don't be so hard on yourself or others
* Release perfectionistic tendencies
About Kuan Yin (pronounced Qwan Yin):
The Eastern goddes Kuan Yin hears all prayers and in the essence of purity, nurturing love and gentle power. Kuan Yin is a "bodhisattva," meaning that she's eligible for Buddhahood. Yet, she has vowed to stay near Earth until all beings are enlightened. This youthful and beautiful goddess helps us feel compassion and mercy toward ourselves and others. She's also a protectress of women and children. She awakens musical interests and abilities as well as psychic clairvoyance.
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