This is your 9th of 13 weekly channelled readings from my Medicine Song Oracle Cards™, along with the audio clip of the medicine song that matches the card.
The cards and the songs from my Medicine Song CD interact with each other to amplify the energy and experience for you. The cards are based on the Ojibwe medicine wheel the way I was taught by indigenous traditional teachers, and my own Medicine Wheel of Success system, as well as the 13 Grandmother Moons of the lunar cycle and the 28 days of each Moon cycle.
Your 9th reading is based on the song “We Are Re-Awakening.” Click on the audio player at the top of this week’s blog to hear the clip and meditate to the healing art while you read the message for the week.
This We Are Re-Awakening Card is from the West direction of the medicine wheel, representing visualizing, dreaming, living your dream, emotions and water. The song “We Are Re-Awakening” is about the huge Shift the planet is moving through but also about what we are re-awakening in ourselves and our businesses.
First, please look at the card and see what is there for you. That is what these Visualization cards are for. And then, below, here’s what Spirit is telling me for you to hear.
Spirit is giving us all a swift kick into action. After the Western direction comes North, which is the direction of inspired action. Right now we’re being taken into a slowdown, the depths of our vision and all of that stuff we’ve been wanting to let go of, to deal with, to be done with. It’s time to acknowledge that stuff – whatever it is, overwhelm, burnout, stuckness, whatever is stopping you from taking inspired action – and then get up and into that action. Not just any action and not just because someone told you to do it but because SPIRIT and YOU told you to do it, because you KNOW it’s the action you need to take, and because your creating and asking has given you the steps in front of you to take.
There are just no more excuses here. We can use the energetics, the planetary alignments and whatever we want to justify non-action or hiding or holding back or stuckness or overwhelm, any of that really.
It’s almost as if time is going to stop tonight with this Blood Moon (lunar eclipse). I know when you read this, it will already have happened and that’s okay. What’s going on here is, we need to work and play with these energies to create and express what we are here to create and express in the world. NOT to use them to create more excuses and stop and hide our beautiful lights.
We’re not here to use fear, circumstances and planetary whatever as excuses for stopping up our own flow. We’re here to be IN our own flow and creating it as we go. Sure, there’s going to be discomfort, even pain along the way. That’s part of life. But we don’t have to live there or let it stop us.
We also don’t have to jump in when it is more of a “should” than an intuitive hit. Be smart and intuitive with your decisions. Listen to your inner knowings and act on them. If you ask to be given something, then watch for it to come and don’t expect it to come how you think it should. It might come in an entirely different package than you thought. Like argument that leads to a resolution and an opening. Or someone cutting you off on the highway and because of that, a collision is avoided. Or you get an invitation to an event you would never go to, and you go because your intuition tells you to, and end up meeting your next client.
Be ready when you ask the Universe to give you something or show you something. It will. You will need to have open senses and pay attention to receive it.
Harvest Blessings to you.
Please share in the comments on the blog about what this reading means for you and your business.
See you next week.
Brenda MacIntyre – Medicine Song Woman
If you’ve enjoyed this #TruthbyBrenda article, you can go get your free Find Your Voice Gift Pack, and a subscription to my #TruthbyBrenda Soundbytes, videos and ezine at MedicineSongWoman.com. I’m Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman. Blessings of sweet success to you. Until next time, or as we say in the Ojibwe language, ba ma pii.