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Welcome to the FANTASTIC New Year of 2008

Well, I'm truly BOUYANT today, and here's why...

I did my usual end of year ritual, wrote in my annual metaphysics workbook about the coming year and my wishes for that year, asking the Gods and Spirits for guidance and wisdom and so on. At the end of the ritual, I did what I call a response reading, just to see what the Universe thought of my dreams for the coming year. I used my Messages from Your Angels deck because that was the first one that came to hand in the dark of my room.

I usually shuffle and draw one card, if any cards fall from the deck while I'm shuffling, I read those first, as I view them as the Universe bringing my attention to something important. Mostly cards don't fall from the deck, though.

Last night a card did fall from the deck, so without looking at it I put it aside, kept shuffling till it felt right to draw a card, divided the deck in half and drew from the top of the bottom half of cards.

When I looked at the cards, I had never drawn either card before. As I haven't ever really spent time perusing any of my decks, I hadn't seen these cards before because I'd never drawn them before.

The card that fell from the deck - the Universe drawn card - was the Omega card. On this card it says;

Victory! Your desire is coming to fruition, keep up the good work!

In the little booklet that comes with the cards it says;

Congratulations! You have chosen to follow your divine guidance, and the Universe is flowing in a natural rhythm with your decision. When you listen to the messages that your heart whispers, you swim in natural synchronicity with the tide of your life's purpose. Stay relaxed and confident, and keep moving forward with happiness and grace.

If, along the way, you notice problems occuring, then it's time to stop and center yourself. When problems occur, it simply means that you're out of sync with the Universe's rhythms. There is no need for analysis or shame when this occurs. Simply pray or meditate, breathe deeply, and wait until you feel strongly about your next move. Your victory is inevitable in this situation, so you needn't worry that temporary problems will thwart your desire. Whatever happens is supposed to happen, and when it happens is the correct time. Release your doubts to Heaven, and rest assured that a happy outcome is yours.

W O W !!!

So, then the card I personally drew was the Crystal card. On the card it said:

Have faith and hope, because there is something positive and new on the horizon that you can't yet see.

In the booklet it said:

The seeds that you have planted are beginning to see results. You may not even be aware of these results, however, since they are in their infancy. Now, it is more important than ever to stay positive, and to hold a clear vision of your desire and intention. Avoid sceptics and those with negative mind-sets.

Daily action - even if it only consists of baby steps - toward the fruition of your dream is essential. A phonecall, or letter, or reading relevant material will keep the energy of your manifestation at a high level. Every day, positively affirm that you have already achieved or exceeded your dream. And most important, as for angelic assistance every step of the way.

Like Whoa man!!! Could i possibly even get a better New Years response? OMG! I was so excited, I nearly fell off my chair! It's like assurance and a life lesson all wrapped up into one!

Bring on 2008!!!


Leah said…
wow very good cards, no stretching of meaning required to match what's on your mind hey? lol
Sif said…
Rofl, that was exactly what I was thinking :D!

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