If you’ve ever been minding your own business only to suddenly smell old Aunt Martha, you may be clairalient.
This card tells us something isn’t working the way we want it to and rather than push through, we choose to acknowledge it, deal with what needs to be addressed, and leave it behind (at least temporarily).
Everyone has psychic ability. Most of us don’t even realize it and many of us who do, never take the time to develop it. Assuming you’re already reading the tarot here is what I’d suggest to become more psychic in …
I’d left behind the respectable monikers, ‘teacher,’ ‘administrator,’ ‘project manager,’ and ‘course developer,’ before realizing that I had no new identity to – well – identify with.
A week or so ago, while mentally digging around in my personal growth toolbox I was reminded of tonglen meditation. It’s helped me immensely so I wanted to share it with you.
When we’re able to manage our energetic boundaries, we have the tools and wherewithal to ensure we have something in reserve for others.
“Embrace the woo” was literal permission to allow me to go there with more ease and grace – to sink into allowing myself and Moxxie to be what it was meant to be.
I’ve learned to look at my screw-ups through the lens of what I learned and how I grew instead of the lens of ‘not good enough’ or ‘failure.’ As long as I don’t repeat the same hard lesson twice, I’m considering each failure a lesson in how to do things differently.
So yes, things feel tenuous in a lot of ways these days, but to me, they also feel hopeful – maybe even a little energized. There are days I just want to stick my head in the sand and pretend life is rainbows and butterflies, in general, though, I feel distinct energy in myself, in my community, and in many online communities.
There were times when I literally felt like standing in the middle of the room and stomping my feet like a three-year-old. My blood pressure was sky high – at just 40 – I was having trouble sleeping, and I constantly felt anxious.
Sure – I had a lot of responsibility – but my way of approaching things was making it worse.