For this week, I am using The Wisdom of the Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid and Jena DellaGrotagglia.
Our card in the lower world position is Flexible. We need to work on our unwillingness to be flexible. When we do so, others will be more flexible with us as well.
Our card in the upper world position is Thinker. We need to take things at face value and use our ability to reason and strategize. In what situation we are facing, we have all the information we need to overcome.
Our card in the middle world position is The Fates. As the serenity prayer states, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” We live out our soul’s purpose this week by realizing we don’t have power over the wheel of life. Nevertheless, we do have power over how we respond to its turning.
My name is Joshua. I ascribe to nature-based spirituality, and I follow a Norse Pagan path. I see nature as sacred and believe everything has a soul or presiding spirit (animism). I love divination systems and own several tarot and oracle decks and a Runes set. However, I mostly journal with oracle cards as a spiritual discipline for spiritual growth and connection with my higher self. My goal as a spiritual coach is to guide people on incorporating oracle cards into their spiritual practice.