March Forecast – “Surrender, Truth, Trust”
- Letting go of what “should have been.”
- Surrender you anger.
- Letting go of the attachment to being “right.”
- Releasing resentment.
- Feeling stuck in your life.
- No longer pushing against the tide.
- Truth telling.
- You have to trust in order to successfully surrender.
- Catch the wave.
- Hair ball of old energy you have been choking on.
- Surrender to what your spirit has in mind for you.
- Free from anything that does not feel satisfying.
- Show up differently.
- Difficulty giving up being righteous.
- Absorbing more than your fair share of peacekeeping.
- Surrender your burdens.
- If we are not imprinted to receive healthy attention and energy by being healthy, we get it by being unwell.
- Trust in your own perfect architecture.
- Uncover the weak spots in your collaborations.
- Surrender disappointment about your personal environment.
- Extremes in water (emotion/sleep/rest).
- The more you get with the program, the more you will open to love.
- Giving in.
- Too much water can leave you ambivalent/inconclusive.
- Follow persistent threads.
- Feeling worn out with the process.
- Decisions that require trust.
- Do something that represents an upgrade.
- Surrender your inhibitions.
- Be seen.
- Be heard.
- Trust that your container is being filled with the right experiences.
– Power Path Seminars & School of Shamanism
What can I keep an eye out for that will help me get with the program?
Tarot Cards Pulled:
- 7 of Wands (Upright): Facing up to a situation and asserting your point; Character and integrity; Taking a stand; Defending yourself and your needs or beliefs; “King of the Mountain”; Gaining advantage; Proper placement or orchestration of elements. “I stand up for my beliefs” (Greer, 2002, pp. 258).
- Death (Reversed): Delaying or resisting the ending of something; Prolonged pain and distress; Preventing new growth; Feeling “plagued”/continual trouble; Inertia/inactivity/inaction; Stagnation/not flowing/not moving; Awakening to life and pleasure; Resurgence/Increase after period of little activity; Revival/Improvement in condition; Spiritualist activities. “I transform and renew myself by letting go of those things no longer necessary to my growth” (p. 241).
Getting with the program, or awakening to life and pleasure, requires spiritualist activities such as defending my needs and beliefs.
After days of pondering whether or not I should respond to someone whom failed to take adequate responsibility for his misbehavior, I decided to defend my needs by sending a pointed response informing him of his lack. Rather than enacting my habitual behavior of not responding at all or by demanding that he never again contact me, I enacted the spiritualist activity of awakening to life and pleasure by way of setting a standard.
Greer, M. (2002). Tarot for your self: A workbook for personal transformation. The Career Press: Pompton Plains, NJ.
Waite, A.E. (2012). The original rider waite tarot pack: Complete with instruction booklet. United States Games Systems: Stamford, CT.
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Published March 4, 2017 12:48am — JCN