It’s been a while since I’ve posted a written blog post, but I am now ready to get back to more regular writing. Much has changed and transformed in my life in the last few months, which has led to much inner healing and understanding of myself: who I have been, who I am, and who I am becoming. This intense inner transformation and growth has been reflected by expansion in my outer life as well, not only personally, but professionally. I’ve also had several astrology and tarot clients who have been going through similar transformations, and I have seen clearly that the synchronicities of these client sessions have been affirmations to me for my own spiritual journey.
Synchronicity and spiritual affirmations can come in many forms and in many different ways: a song playing on the radio, a bird tapping on the window, a tarot reading, or a vision in our dreams. The possible ways Spirit tries to communicate with us seems limitless.
Last week as I finished unpacking and sorting through boxes from my recent move, I looked through a deck of cards gifted to me when I was packing up boxes in August. The cards are called Goddess Knowledge Cards, and as I went through the beautiful cards I was reminded of an old post of mine: The Fourteen Names of the Goddess, a post about a message I got while sleeping that led me to connecting deeper to the Moon (change, mother goddess, etc.), deep healing within my psyche, and healing ancestral karma. As I looked at and read the cards, I could feel each message bringing affirmation for processes and experiences of my inner journey.
The Goddess Knowledge Cards are a set of 48 cards depicting goddesses from cultures across the world, but as I re-acquainted myself with each of them I realized that my deck actually had 49 cards with two copies of the goddess, The Changing Woman. The Changing Woman can change form, but more importantly she embodies the cycles of nature and of life and death. She is Maiden, Mother, Crone, – a cycle that continuously repeats.
The only constant is change. – Heraclitus
I smiled at this discovery, thanking the goddesses for their affirmation of both the changes within and the changes with-out in my life, and especially for the reminder that everything and anything can change.
Susan Sedon-Boulette….I think that’s the artist’s name….Lynn Andrews had her work on one of her books and I was hooked by her style. And congrants on the marvelous shift!
Lovely reading your story… we are sure in exciting times xxxx love to you barbara
Beautiful post! I am inspired by goddesses lately. It is nice to find others who are as well. https://triciabarkernde.com/2016/10/16/goddess-poems-in-praise-of-women-positivity-to-combat-the-insanity/
Hi Julianne! Sounds like it’s an amazing time for you, with the changes. Changes can be scary, but it can be awesome too. You know, some of the practitioners that I know always say this: the clients that you see are a reflection of you and what you need to work on or are working on. And as you change, so will the people you meet…and that’s exactly what you said!
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So lovely to hear your reflections 💛
Such a nice surprise to see a written post from you. I think your recent move and other changes are exciting and well deserved. I look forward to hear more 🙂
Thanks Linda! Namaste _/l\_