You are invited to choose a card for a FREE Reading!
- Feel free to choose a card (before scrolling down). Get comfortable, relax, and take a deep breath – choose the card you feel most drawn to. You are free to choose more than one if you like!
- Below, are the meanings to your readings.
- You are most welcome to comment below with your choice, and any feedback or questions you might have.
- Feel free to share with your friends or family who may be interested!
This reading has been performed with blessings asked for your highest good, and highest healing benefit – with Myrrh incense burning softly in the background.
You many like to burn a little of this incense if you have it, to make a deeper connection with your reading.
Messages from your Animal Spirit Guides, and Celtic Messages – Your Meanings:
Top Left: Humpback Whale
Music is essential to your healing and well being, whether singing, playing an instrument, or listening.
In Chinese, the symbol for Medicine is actually derived from the symbol for Music. Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for over 5000 years for healing. Even in Shamanism, the Medicine Man would ask his patient when he had stopped singing – if it had been quite some time, then singing, playing an instrument or listening to music was recommended as beneficial to their healing process.
You have drawn this card today as a sign that music will be of great benefit to you. Whatever aspect of music you love the most, you are encouraged to turn up that stereo, get singing, or pull out that favourite instrument and let yourself flow with the healing sounds.
Other possible meanings: Singing, Breath-work, Sound Healing, Sensitivity, Alchemy, Ancestral Wisdom, Creativity, Inner Depths, Insight, Healing, Release, and Guardianship.
Top Right: Zebra
Let go of your fear and know that you are safe and protected at all times.
Sometimes when we enter the realm of the unknown or unfamiliar, it’s quite natural to feel some doubt or fear, perhaps even some anxiety. Our minds have an uncanny ability to create doubt and dream up certain possible scenarios as to how things may go wrong – the path can become clouded and uncertain. Challenges may seem to present themselves, and there may be the feeling of being stuck and uncertain of which is the best step to take – if any. Many people nowadays seem to attribute the label of “fear” to many things – but it isn’t “true” fear. True fear is essential, it is vital, and it is something that can potentially save you from a life-threatening situation.
You have drawn this card as a reminder to come back to centre, to let go, ground, and make sure you are getting enough of the basics, such as sleep, healthful food and beverages, and exercise etc. Take some time to yourself, and mentally relax your mind and muscles, from your head to your toes. Remember to breathe. In these times, it can be very valuable to reach out to those closest to you for some laughter or support and enjoy the company of others. And remember, you can call on your angels or spirit guides to help, support and assist you as well – they are always there for you.
Other possible meanings: Protection, Guardianship, Alertness, Kindheartedness, Compassion, Individuality, Compromise, Challenge, Analysis, Illusion, Magick, Sure-footedness, Confidence, Changes, Agility.
Bottom Left: The Hillfort – Refuge, Safety, Security
Hillforts were large, defensive structures containing both homes and stores. They were protected by high banks and deep ditches and were often built on hilltops. They kept the inhabitants within safe and secure, and provided great protection – except for the most persevering of enemies.
This card has come to you today to remind of ‘safety in numbers”. Sometimes when we don’t feel safe, or feel as though we need to defend, we need to gather with like minded people who feel the same – whether it is on a personal, local or global scale. In Celtic tradition, sometimes attack can be the best form of defence. And in these challenging times, we need to stick together for the greatest good of all. So call a friend – or a few! – join a discussion group, or support a cause that you are passionate about and get involved.
Bottom Right: Dagger – Defence, Security
In Celtic tradition, most adults would carry upon their person a small dagger. It was usually used for food, but if the need came, it could be used for defence.
This card brings a warning of potential danger from a nearby source. It could be from a person, situation, event, or something you are working on – if you have chosen another card here today, that may help clarify. This card urges you take the right steps to defend yourself. Ensure your own actions and words are diligent, remember to treat others with kindness and courtesy, and try to defuse any unpleasant situations rather than fanning the flames before things may come undone, or reach a critical point. You may also like to remember a safe person or place to retreat to incase things turn sour. If you can remember to be peaceful and kind to others, you lessen any karmic debt coming back upon you. This may also mean that instead of pushing an issue, it may be wiser to use the power of silence during this time until things have time to settle.
With much love, may you blessed with every footstep upon your journey.
Arohanui & Namaste ~ Carolyn x