“This young fairy has great magic in her hands, but also the power of pure, crystalline thought floating above her head. Her companion represents the potential strength and courage she will grow into.”
Message from the Faeries: The card for this week is a continuation of our messages from last couple of weeks. The Ace of Winter, which is the same as the Ace of Swords, is most accurate card in the whole tarot deck that we could pick for you right now.
We want to think of yourself, or envision yourself, to be like the faerie in this card. You are starting the year with clarity of mind and the strength and wisdom that will carry you through this year. The faerie already has one foot forward and is ready to take on whatever comes her way. She is already in her place of power, and is calmly poised to face her journey.
Beside the faerie is a baby tiger, and the faerie herself is quite young. This represents the fact that they are at the beginning of a journey. This is a new chapter in your life. Many things that you will see and do will be new to you, this year. Some of it will fun and exciting, other things you see might be a bit scary. Don’t ever be afraid though. You have all the wisdom and clarity to see through these situations for what they really are. With clarity comes peace of mind.
The most important piece of advice we could give you right now, and for the rest of this year, is that we highly recommend that you have a daily meditation practice if you don’t have one already. You should spend a minimum of 15 minutes a day doing prayer and meditation. Ideally you would do 30 minutes to an hour. 15 minutes will help you coast through the year, but and hour will have you get through it with barely a scratch.
Meditation and prayer will help not only you, but also those around you, and in the end it helps everyone. You will have a sharper mind, you will feel a lot more peaceful and calm, and you will feel much better all around. If you don’t know how to meditate, there are lots of resources out there for you to explore. Find what works best for you. You may also want to try a group medication practice in your area.
We love you,