Sunday, 28 October 2007

Make a wish

Next week we'll be starting our journey through the chakras, but today we're still working with Isha Lerner's Inner Child Cards.

A well, vessel, or cauldron can hold sacred waters for rituals, blessings, purifications, and healings.

Water is the essence of all life.

The answer to the question of whether the cup is half full or half empty depends on how life is being viewed at a given moment.

This question is being asked of you now.

Along with this question, you may be granted a wish.

In the traditional tarot, the Nine of Hearts is often considered the wish card.

Your wish should reflect what you feel you deserve in life, where your heart is, and how much you love yourself.

Wishing is a way to observe how well you are seeking your individual fulfillment.


Can you accept a happy life?

This is not an easy question to answer, and much care should go into this inquiry. Sometimes wounds of the past must be healed before you can grow into your wish.

Forgiveness of self and others is one step toward greater fulfillment.

The mermaid in this card is holding her vessel toward the waterfall to be filled. She has reached a point of acceptance in her life and is ready to have her cup run over.

Hold your own cup high toward the waters of life and dare to fill it completely.

Imagine the possibility of unlimited love, joy, and wisdom pouring into your heart.

This may be it time for spiritual initiation or purification in your life.

Believe in miracles, and follow your dreams.

You may also want to visit Jamie's Wish Casting blog.

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Participants responses to this post:
  1. Infinite Bliss
  2. Spring Dawn
  3. Yoga Gal (see response in comments section)
  4. Aurora
  5. iGoddess

6 comments:

Hope Springs said...

Have blogged a response to this. Thanks Mich for posting these cards, they really have been a help in clarifying my thoughts of late. :)

BB

Yoga Gal said...

The cup is neither half full or empty, it's in the middle. Lovely blog though. Be careful what you wish for though, like Saint Theresa said more tears are shed over answered paryers.

Aurora said...

A warm and welcome invitation to all who visit here!

I humbly present a response on my blahg:

www.touchthespindle.blogspot.com

ps feeling my mojo comin' back y'all

storyteller said...

I'd love for my Sacred Ruminations and/or Small Reflections blogs to be added to the the Rainbow Dream Virtual Circle list. Your lovely, inspiring site is one I'll visit daily.
www.sacredruminations.blogspot.com
www.smallreflections.blogspot.com
Thanks and blessings
Namaste

iGoddess said...

http://lillithdee.blogspot.com/2007/11/rainbow-dreams.html

here's mine. i know, i know. it's late. my bad!! but i hope quality will make up for lateness???

poetryman69 said...

Consecrating a Holy vessel for my eternal consciousness.
A new body and a new mind.

Be thankful. Blessings unto you and yours.