Tag: Fear

Daily Tarot Card Reading – Five of Air Fear

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In the midst of the unknown, fear manifest itself through our identifying with lack. Whether it be good health, good fortune or good relationships we feel we never will have enough. The fear then escalates within us and multiplies into our communities and we start to try to hoard all that we can to the point of our own detriment as well as others. At some point we must realize that this paradigm will lead us to poor decisions and folly. . Take a look at the raven flying far overhead. This bird of instinct and knowing looks upon the situation from a much higher perspective. It sees the interconnectedness of all things and with this a new perspective, abundance. Take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and loved ones, then let go and let the energy of abundance emanate within you so that you may lend a helping hand in this time of need. . Deck: Vision Quest Tarot by Gayan Silvie Winter and Jo Dose. . It is my sincere hope that by bringing these energies to your attention that it may be helpful for you in some way. If you have any questions please I would love to answer them for you. If you are interested in receiving a personal reading via email please email me at crobertstarot@gmail.com. Aloha and Blessed be, Craig. . . . #tarot #tarotreading #tarotcardreading #tarotcardreader #tarotreadersofinstagram #tarotreadersofig #tarotdeck #deckoftheday #tarotcommunity #tarotoftheday #cardoftheday #tarotcardoftheday #tarotjourney #tarotjournal #tarotinspiration #tarotlife #tarotislife #freetarotreadings #oraclecards #oraclecardreader #oraclereading #oracledeck #oraclecommunity #oraclereadersofinstagram #cardslinger

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Love Connection

Love is indeed the best known traveled road in mankind’s search of inner transcendence, whether or not we realize it is the path we selected to be on.

Love, as most of us think of it, is often attached to a person, place or thing outside of ourselves.  It comes disguised as a form of possessiveness, which was emotionally provided at birth as the way to survive until adulthood.

Childhood, unfortunately, is a very traumatic experience for us all.  Consequently, it is the loss of what we term possessions that create grief and rage during childhood, which spills over into adulthood.

Until we come to terms with the concept of prosperity and realize that once created experiences and things can be created again.  But true love often remains outside our grasp.

Love, we discover, is not a possessive ownership of anything or anyone.  It is the base foundation necessary to experience free choice. We are no longer in bondage.  With love comes our freedom to be.