Greetings lovely readers!
For this week two tarot cards came flying out of the deck while I was shuffling them…so, here we go!

This weeks cards are chosen from Doreen Virtue’s
Goddess Guidance Oracle Cards.


"Your household situation is improving, either through a move or a healthy change in the occupants."

Message From Vesta:  "There’s an undying flame within your soul, and it’s the light, seed, and spark of your consciousness.  Your outer world reflects your inner world.  Take a look around your home.  Does it reflect warmth?  If not, this is easily remedied and oh-so-important to do. 

It’s a simple task of using your creative imagination to add warm energy to your household, such as lighting the fireplace or some candles, adding cozy blankets and pillows, or displaying greeting cards and fresh flowers. 

By warming your outer world, your inner flame responds to meet it.  This increases your energy level, which automatically shifts all outward appearances toward the better.  Watch how these simple steps recharge the flame within everyone in your household.  This flame cleanses away negativity and brings in the new with vigor and irresistible invitation."

Various Meanings of This Card:  You’re moving to a new home * You’ve just moved * A new person is moving in * Someone is moving out * There is increased romance and/or harmony in the home * A problem with neighbors is resolving * Clear the space in your home * Remodel * Know that your home is safe and protected.

About Vesta (pronounced VEST-uh): "Vesta is the Roman goddess of home and hearth.  Vesta is a fire goddess who brings warmth to households, both as a temperature and as an emotion. In ancient Rome, a temple in her honor bore a flame that burned continually.  Call upon Vest to oversee any changes you’d like to make in your living situation."

Now for the second card:


Easy Does it:  "There is no need to hurry or force things to happen.  Everything is occurring in perfect timing."

Message From Oonagh: "Nurturing a cause or a relationship is a long term commitment, and on that can’t be rushed.  This level of devotion comes from a place of deep loving and concern.  I care what happens to my planet and to my loved ones so much that I’m willing to stick with them through thick and thin.  This isn’t always easy, but to me, it’s the only way to ensure that matters are resolved and healed. 

I listen to the passionate stirrings of my heart. 
I reach out and take action to let my loved ones know that I deeply care about them. 
I take action to spur on my pet causes. 

Never mind what other people think; you will benefit by carrying through with your priorities.  You’ll feel so good about yourself if you make time for the relationships and projects that truly count in your heart.  DO what’s important to you, and do it with absolute devotion!  But remember that there’s no competition for your true life’s passions, so there’s no need to worry, hurry, or feel that you have to force things to happen."

Various Meanings of This Card:  Don’t worry about your passions or your goals * Make no sudden moves * Slow, steady progress is best right now * Ease into your new life instead of rushing into it * Do your new work as a part time venture to begin with, while slowly exiting your old career

About Oonagh (pronounced OO-nuh):  "The Celtic goddess Oonagh is married to Fionnbharr, the leader of the Irish Tuatha De’ Danaana.  Oonagh and her clan were some of the original inhabitants of Ireland.  When the Gaels invaded their land, the Tuathas didn’t run or fight back.  Instead, they transformed themselves into leprechauns.  Their ingenious solution allowed them to stay in Ireland in peace.  Call upon Oonagh for help with your own transitions, and she’ll guide you in creative and magical ways."

I think that these are interesting cards…especially because they came flying out of my deck at the same time.  Both of these cards speak about "transition," each from a different perspective. 

Here are some questions to ponder:

  • Take some time and look around your "outer world."  Look at your rooms, closets, drawers, your car (etc)
  • Do these spaces reflect how you feel internally? 
  • Do these spaces reflect how you WANT to feel internally?

If you find areas that are not in alignment with you, make a plan to make some adjustments.  Remember this plan does not need to be a HYPER SPAZZO plan.  It can be a nice and gentle step-by-baby-step plan.  Maybe on one day, you choose to clean out that drawer that has been driving you nuts.  The next day, you clean out your car…and maybe a couple of days later, you put out the candles that you bought last year but, never used them.

Remember that there is "no need to hurry or force things to happen.  Everything is occurring in perfect timing!"

A few more questions to ponder:

  • Are there relationships in your life that you are spending time in that no longer support you?
  • Are there relationships in your life that you want to devote more attention to?
  • Are there relationships in your life that are sitting in some "thick and thin?" that you want re-commit to?  What kinds of nurturing could you offer these relationships?

As always, I would love to hear from you~

Have a groovy day~

3 Responses to “Goddess Divine~”

  1. As usual, your post strikes a truly resonant key in my life. I’m so displeased with the space in which I live, both from the aspect of the physical location it’s in and the “overstuffed” results of being a pack-rat.

    I have been “trying on” the idea of moving to a vibrant, location that I had thought was going to cost three times what I currently pay and just discovered I might be able to live there for a lot less–like about the same as I’m paying now!

    When I started thinking about the move and realizing I would be living in a much smaller space I started thinking about what I own and why I own it. I realized I don’t really want over half of what I own so I started getting rid of it.

    I’ve been a little stalled in the whole “releasing what I no longer need” process and this has inspired me to spend a little more time on it every day–not a ton, just a little–so I don’t have to figure out what I truly want around me a week before I have to be packed for a move. :)

    Ah, transition–ain’t it grand?

  2. Thanks for you comment Cynthia~ I have noticed that when people begin to look at the things in their space and start getting rid of things that they no longer love…or just get rid of things that they never even liked…or start organizing things…transition is in the works. Either internally or externally. Love it!!! Have fun:)

  3. WOW! This is exactly what I needed to read, embrace, delight in! Thank you super*star! Perfect post for my Monday and burgeoning new chapters in my life! HK! SMILES!

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