Faerie Card Reading for the Week of February 13 – 19, 2017

Card: 34 Pua (Flower) – from the Mana Cards: The Power of Hawaiian Wisdom by Catherine Kalama Becker, PH.D. and Doya Nardin. 

“Pua indicates a time of power blossoming. A Hawaiian proverb says that flowers thrive when living conditions are good. Flowers are often compare to children in Hawaiian literature. Living conditions will become good for all children of the earth if human beings enter into sustainable relationships with the earth and one another.”….

“When Pua appears, it is time to gather your resources and focus your energy so that a new consciousness can emerge. Pua blossoms indicate it is time to open, advance, go forward. You may advance through clear thoughts, words, or actions. You may need to have a heart-to-heart talk with someone. Pua indicates that when you go forth with focused intentions, honest speech, and directed action, all that you cultivate will grow and flourish.”

Message from the Faeries: We want to remind you that even during times of darkness, you can grow and flourish. In fact, this might me the most optimal time for you to blossom. The appearance of Pua is a sign that this will be a time or growth and movement and that you can achieve great things right now. 

Like the Hawaiian warrior on this card, it is time for you to take your spear and aim it. A warrior’s aim is true. A warrior doesn’t get distracted from the task at hand. They have a very clear purpose in life and they have an end goal or target that they must achieve. 

Think of yourself as a warrior. A Warrior of Light. A Rainbow Warrior. You are here for a divine purpose. What better time than now to put yourself out there are achieve your life’s purpose. If you don’t feel like you know your life’s purpose, we are more than happy to tell you – to just be you. Be the best you you can possibly be. That’s it!  Seems pretty simple, no? 

Being the best you-warrior-self means being honest and true to yourself and others at all times. It sounds easy, but you know that it’s much more difficult than it sounds. You live in a world that often discourages authenticity. 

Now, more than ever, it is important that you stop hiding your true self and feelings. This might bring you into conflict with people, but don’t be afraid. There is no need to argue or fight with anyone. In fact, we strongly urge you not to. It’s now time to communicate in a calm and clear way at every opportunity, and to communicate from a place of love, patience and understanding. 

Being authentic and a warrior also means that you do the things that make you happy. You engage in activities that make you feel good and bring you joy. You spend less time doing things that bring you no joy. You also do things that make other people happy and make them feel good about being alive. 

So, please, don’t be overwhelmed by these dark days. Instead, get out there and do the things you love to do – even do it to spite the darkness, if you so desire – and bring joy and happiness to the world. Be the light! 

We love you, 

The Faeries 

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4 thoughts on “Faerie Card Reading for the Week of February 13 – 19, 2017

  1. Hi Erin! Hope you’re well! Almost 2 years later and I’m still visiting your blog every week. I’m curious if you’ve ever come across any great literature on Avalon? I feel strongly that I’ve had a past life there and continue to hold Fae energy but I can’t seem to find anything on it. Any guidance will be so appreciated!

    • Hi Robin! Honestly, I’ve never read anything about Avalon, fiction or non-fiction. I did, however, recently come across a title or two of books written during the Victorian that are about Avalon. I’m out of town for a few days, but when I get back home I will give you the titles.
      My knowledge of the Faeries comes mostly from my own experiences. Surprisingly, I don’t know a lot about faery lore or history. I do know that the connection to Fae and Avalon are the Tuatha De Danann, so I would start by researching them. Hope this is helpful. I’ll message you again with those titles.
      xo Erin

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