Intuitive Reading for 06/10/2020 - Balancing the Wild and the Tame through Self Discipline


(From Rider-Waite Tarot card deck - top row):

Past energy is reflected in the ACE OF CUPS

Current energy is reflected in the PAGE OF CUPS

Guidance for way forward is reflected in THE MOON (major arcarna...usually big deal stuff)


Insight cards from Destiny card deck (bottom row) are:

9 Work suit = Closure

13 Money suit = Generosity


Crystal Ally guidance card is SELF DISCIPLINE/Flourite


See video for intuitive reading:

It was cut short by tech issues (wifi lossage). But essentially the message is there in it's entirety. Perhaps all there is to add is the last bit from The Message part of Flourite (page 233):

Self discipline means living the life you espouse, or in other words, to "walk your talk". If you have strayed from the path that you know you should be on, you are now being called upon to step back in line...Open yourself to the frequency of flourite, and allow yourself to begin to vibrate with its energies of self discipline and action.

The affirmation is:

My body is a reflection of my mind.

My mind is a reflection of my spirit.

I am a reflection of Divine Light.


Here are some links to people, resources and books mentioned:

Bruce Lipton - website

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

The 7 Laws of Spiritual Success

The Law of Giving & Receiving

Women Who Run With The Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes (summary & study guide)


The quote read from Mr Rider-Waite regarding The Moon card in his tarot deck, says:

Peace, be still; And it may be that there shall come a calm upon the animal nature, while the abyss beneath shall cease from giving up form.

And without getting too complicated, for those who wish to dive deeper, have a look at reference to Anima & Animus. Essentially, it's about the yang/masculine allowing the influence of the yin/feminine to guide us from the conflict of duality towards harmony of unity (of the self - the shattered parts that need the appreciation one has for the art of Kintsugi).


A warning message followed that ties in with the warning, as mentioned in the video above, it appeared as a Latin proverbage:

Errare Humanum Est, Perseverate Autem Daibolicum

Which translates to;

'To err is human, to persist (in committing errors) is of the Devil'.


And coupled with a French quote by Maurice Blanchot:

La response est le malheur de la question

And this translates to:

The answer is the misfortune of the question.