Monday #Motivation #Meditation #TarotReading

Welcome to another Monday, and another opportunity to begin your week on a positive vibration.

Continuing with Part 2 of the Self-Love Meditation series, today’s focus is on gratitude. Enjoy!

And now on to our Tarot Reading for the week.

The Six of Cups is one of my favorite feel-good cards. The cups are overflowing with flowers and sharing one with someone else is such a wonderful thing to do. It reflects innocence of childhood and joy. It can also represent revisiting someone from your childhood. I just see it is a benevolent card. The Nine of Pentacles is a gorgeous card and exudes abundance, self-sufficiency and financial independence. It can represent a reward for hard work. While the suit of Pentacles typically focuses on material wealth and gain, this card also suggests that you are in harmony with the environment around you. You appreciate the beauty and abundance found in nature, and you can harness this high-vibe energy to bring pleasure into your life. You may enjoy gardening or floristry, or you may just like to pass your time in the beauty of nature with picnics or walks in the park. The Strength card is pretty self-explanatory. It represents strength, determination, and power. But it speaks to an inner strength, not an outer. You are fueled by your inner strength, personal power, strong will and determination. You can control a situation without excessive, outward force. No one knows it’s you calling the shots. It looks to be a powerful week ahead, incorporating benevolence and sharing, having gratitude for your abundance of blessings in life and strength to do whatever needs doing.

I’d love to hear from you! Thoughts?

37 thoughts on “Monday #Motivation #Meditation #TarotReading

  1. Lovely reading, Jan. Each card is powerful, spirit-filled. The final one, though, struck deeply – it is we who are masters of our lives. Thank you ever so much.😊

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    1. So true, Gwen. We are the masters of our lives and we often forget that. Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Have a wonderful week!


  2. Wow! A post oozing with positivity and thankfulness – the reading is uplifting and powerful and I feel strengthened by reading it. A wonderful and touching haiku by Sue – all the more poignant as she is no longer with us. Her writing is extraordinary and I have a file of some of her posts and awaiting this book. Wishing you a beautiful week ahead, my friend! xx

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Annika. I am so happy the post uplifted you and strengthened your spirit. That is truly my only goal with any of these posts. I agree about Sue’s writing. She touched so many on such deep levels. I hope you have a fantastic week ahead!! Hugs!

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  3. An excellent collaboration between the cards this week Jan.. all motivating and hopeful.. Interesting that it coincides with an lightening of restrictions in both the UK and Ireland and whilst it is still early days it is a positive sign and it will make people feel happier about themselves and their surroundings. thanks for the insight. hugs

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    1. Thank you, Sally. I appreciate you stopping by and glad you enjoyed the post. I’m always amazed at the synchronicity of the Universe, especially when it comes to pulling cards. I hope it is a positive sign that we are on the upward swing! Have a fantastic week! Hugs!


  4. What a great way to start off the week after spring break! I didn’t sleep well last night, which is typical for me after a vacation, but this reading invigorates me with positive energy, and I’m ready to make my Monday beautiful! Thank you, Jan. 🙂

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    1. I do hope you had a fantastic vacation, Yvette. I am so glad this could get you started out on a positive Monday vibe and hope it continues throughout the week. Here’s to a beautiful Monday! Thank you so much for your comment. Hugs!

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  5. The reading is amazing. We bring the emotional positivity and joy that results in harmony and contentment with all that is which supports and increases the inner power and steadfastness. That’s how I see the cards in a context. Fantastic reading! A true spring analogy.

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