Numerology for May 2017

I love the many and varied methods of divinology. My favorite continues to be Tarot and Oracle Cards, because they are directly tied to my own energy and have given me amazing guidance in the past. Some believe that such readings also employ the generous guiding energy from angels, spirit guides, ancestors, and other benevolent beings.

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Reading the cards, in my opinion, is similar to bibliomancy, which is a common practice among many of the religious.  Bibliomancy is when people choose to open a book randomly, seeking a word of wisdom or guidance. Again, this practice also draws from the energy of the seeker, and some believe from God or Jesus, or even the angels and the saints, especially when the chosen book is the Bible.

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But today I read about my personal numerology for May, 2017. It has some good advice, so I think I’ll follow it. Interestingly, I love learning new things, so this is right on target.

Personal Year 7 — Personal Month 3

Oh golly! The 7 doesn’t enjoy the 3 any more than it does the 2. You can, however, always find something that challenging numbers share. If 2017 feels a bit more isolating for you (7), than this is also a month to begin studying a new craft, a new hobby, or a new topic. The 3 will remind you that it needs to be FUN. After all, that’s a keyword for the 3. It doesn’t matter what you want to learn, so if you believe physics is fun, go for it. It’s up to you. Don’t give into boredom — learn something new. Remember — make it FUN!

To learn what the coming month has in store for you, or to see what the numbers say (just for fun), check out Cheryl Patton’s predictions at Medium.com.

Coming soon… more on Cartomancy

You are Not Alone

“Homecoming”
By Linda Reuther

And the Great Mother said:
Come my child and give me all that you are.
I am not afraid of your strength and darkness, of your fear and pain.
Give me your tears. They will be my rushing rivers and roaring oceans.
Give me your rage. It will erupt into my molten volcanoes and rolling thunder.
Give me your tired spirit. I will lay it to rest in my soft meadows.
Give me your hopes and dreams. I will plant a field of sunflowers and arch rainbows in the sky.
You are not too much for me. My arms and heart welcome your true fullness.
There is room in my world for all of you, all that you are.
I will cradle you in the boughs of my ancient redwoods and the valleys of my gentle rolling hills.
My soft winds will sing you lullabies and soothe your burdened heart.
Release your deep pain. You are not alone and you have never been alone.

 

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Link: Revelations of the Divine Feminine on Facebook

Imitating Christ

I consider the following statement by Jung to be a brilliant interpretation of the truest and purest lesson to be gleaned from the parables of Jesus.

“If I thus truly imitate Christ, I do not imitate anyone, I emulate no one, but go my own way, and I will also no longer call myself a Christian.” ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page 293.

Our perception of Jesus, the Christ, and our understanding or interpretation of the words of Jesus determine how we apply those teachings and whether or not we truly incorporate them into our lives, or if we simply “believe” them to be true.

The difference determines how we live.

It determines how we treat others.

It is our truth. 

Are we truly imitating Christ?

 

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