To honour World Environment Day I pulled out a few cards about the future of this Earth if we continue to live as if we are the only species that matters. Our generation has caused the maximum destruction of our environment than ever before. One doesn’t even need to go into details about how much we waste, destroy and take for granted in our daily lives – squandering precious resources like water while millions walk for miles with an empty bucket in hand.
Without going into the gory details of the Tarot reading for the future of this planet, I decided to skip to the part that was relevant with a question
“How can we help protect our Environment?”
Mindfulness begins with awareness.
Awareness that the Environment needs every little positive thought and positive action by everyone of us if we want to preserve what we have and pass on a legacy of pure, clean, natural living to our future generations. It’s not the Government’s job. It’s not someone else’s responsibility. It’s ours. As a collective. To do our bit to save water, not pollute, avoid plastics, reduce wastage, recycle. To look beyond our own selves.
Wishing everyone not only a day of mindfulness awareness towards your own carbon footprint but to a lifetime of care for our Earth.
Here’s what the Week Ahead is like for your Sun Sign
Gratitude has such power in it. When you are thankful for what you have you attract more. When you focus on what you don’t have you’ll never have enough. Today’s message reminds you to remember all the blessings in your life. Wishing you a day of grace and abundance!
Hang in there. Mercury goes direct on June 3rd. Just a few days more of this phase of delays, brain fog, unecessary bills and expenses and strange disagreements with people. Be mindful about your communications. Count to 100 before losing your cool. And make sure everything is in it’s place. And while you’re at it, expect to make some new discoveries about a situation or someone. It’s sure to make life a little more interesting!
Forgiveness is hard but so rewarding. sometimes it takes a few minutes to do. sometimes we hold on to the pain and anger for years. And sometimes it just happens. And when we do experience the liberating power of forgiveness we feel a different energy, a lightness and a sense of incomparable peace that helps this journey of life become a wee bit more bearable.
Buddha was travelling through the country accompanied by several people. One of these men decided to test Buddha and began responding negatively to everything Buddha said. For several days this man continued with disparaging, insulting and hurtful remarks. He verbally abused Buddha by calling him a fool and ridiculing him in any way he could.
After verbally abusing Buddha for three days, the man asked Buddha, “how can you continue to be so kind and loving when all I’ve done for the last three days is dishonor and offend you? With every rude and obnoxious remark you have always responded in a kind manner – How can this be?”
Buddha quietly turned to the man and asked this simple – yet profound question, “If someone offers you a gift, and you do not accept that gift, to whom the gift belongs?”
So if someone is offering you an unwelcome gift of rudeness, anger or hostility – Don’t accept it. As long as you do not accept it, there is no reason for you to be sad or angry about it as it does not belong to you – it belongs to them.
Every Tarot reading is a learning for not just the querent but also the reader. Life lessons, deeper understanding and atitudes are revealed. For which I am grateful. This week I learned from reading the cards of two individuals who have made a mark in their respective fields as success stories. One is a globally renowned musician and the other is a business magnate with offices across the globe. Both connected with me, with their respective questions, seeking clarity or validation. Their backgrounds, their stories, their auras were totally incomparable but both their approaches to life are identical and both had something to teach me and all of us.
They are solution seekers. They know their problems. They know what can be solved. What cannot. And instead of dwelling in their problems, they choose to give their energies to the way forward. Sometimes by understanding the situation from a spiritual perspective. Sometimes by accepting facts and letting go. They understand the importance of time, their own and the other’s time. They apply what they hear. And the rest is history.
“A person who sees a problem is a human being; a person who finds a solution is visionary