#MondayMotivation – #Meditation #TarotReading #DragonOracleCard

Welcome to Spring! It’s official and here in Texas, the weather couldn’t be more perfect. I hope you are inspired and excited about what lies ahead.

Courtesy Inspiring Quotes

Today’s meditation is about utilizing the fresh energy Spring brings. I know you will enjoy it!

And now for our reading. I returned to the Tarot cards this week.

Photo by Jan Sikes

The Justice card represents fairness, truth, and the law. You are being called to account for your actions and will be judged accordingly. If you have acted in alignment with your Higher Self and for the greater good of others, you have nothing to worry about. However, if you haven’t, you will be called out and made to own up to your actions. If this has you shaking in your boots, know that the Justice card isn’t as black and white as you may think. A level of compassion and understanding accompany Justice, and although you may have done something you regret, this card suggests that you will be treated fairly and without bias. Be ready to take responsibility for your actions and stand accountable for the ensuing consequences.

The Justice card often appears when you need to make an important choice with the potential for long-term repercussions. At its core, Justice is about the search for truth. As you explore your truth, you will discover that things are not as clear-cut as you had thought. Be prepared to dip into the murky waters and explore what truth means to you. 

The Two of Swords indicates that you are facing a challenging decision, but you are unclear about which option to take. Both possibilities may seem equally good – or equally bad – and you are stumped about which will lead you to the best outcome. You must be able to weigh up the pros and cons of each choice and then make a conscious judgment. Use both your head (your mind and the intellect) and your heart (your feelings and intuition) to choose the path that is most in alignment with your Higher Self. The woman in this card wears a blindfold, indicating that she cannot see the entirety of her circumstance. You may lack the information you need to make the right decisions. Thus, it ties in to the Justice card and seeking truth.

And once that choice is made, the energy from the Knight of Wands carries it forward. When this card appears in a Tarot reading, you are charged up with energy, passion, motivation, and enthusiasm, and you channel that energy through your inspired action. You have a clear vision about what you want to create and, fuelled by your passion and inspiration, you are now moving forward with leaps and bounds to turn your vision into reality. This card is your sign to go for it!

My takeaway: Seeking truth in all aspects of our lives is prudent and necessary. Then when faced with a decision, we can fall back on the power of that truth and be ready to move forward with whatever choice we’ve made with passion and energy.

Your thoughts?

I love the message this beautiful little dragon brings and how it ironically ties in with the tarot reading!

Photo by Jan Sikes

29 thoughts on “#MondayMotivation – #Meditation #TarotReading #DragonOracleCard

  1. Great reading, Jan! I can relate to this reading. This past week, I’ve had to make a decision that could possibly bring me a lot of grief, but after getting some expert advice, I’ve made that decision and am moving forward. Fingers crossed I’ve made the right one. 🙂

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  2. What a fantastic reading. The cards give a wonderfully rounded picture and totally speak to me. After I looked my truth in the eyes, my decision was made after a very long period of pondering. Now, I am waiting for the King of Wands to let me experience what I already feel in my heart as so fulfilling. This was so confirming. Thank you, Jan, for sharing your readings with us!

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    1. I’m so glad the tarot reading resonated with you, Erika. I’m always amazed by the messages the cards bring and how they make a complete picture. Thank you so much for stopping by and letting me know what you got from it! Hugs!

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      1. Yes, so am I. Every time again. And it is stunning to see how they fit into so many people’s individual circumstances when even with a slightly different message. Amazing!

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  3. Your readings always seem to fit so perfectly together, Jan. I value honesty but feel it’s harder to find nowadays. Decision-making is a tough subject for me. I’ve always been an indecisive person, especially when it affects someone else. Even something as simple as deciding on which restaurant to pick. Lastly, the Knight of Wands card. The cards that bring forth energy and motivation will always be my favorite. Gives us hope for the week ahead. ❤ Thank you so much for sharing, Jan! Have an amazing week!!

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    1. So true, Marlena. Making decisions that affect other people is tough. It’s because you care. I love the Knight of Wands, and ironically, that is my card for the entire month of March, so I welcome him with open arms! Thank you for stopping by and Happy Spring!

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  4. That’s a lovely dragon! And I’m all about seeking truth. (I have a thing about dishonesty.) Decision-making is always difficult for me, but I definitely try to approach things honestly. What I need is the tenacity and energy to pursue things with vigor instead of letting small things derail me. Interesting reading this week, Jan.

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    1. I agree, Staci. It is a lovely dragon and a great message. I totally understand and agree about dishonesty. It causes scars that never seem to heal. I like the words, tenacity, and energy. I think we could all benefit from a good dose of both. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Happy Monday!

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    1. I totally agree, Mae. Finding and knowing our truth is sometimes a little fuzzy, but we get there. I loved the dragon card as well. They just amaze me every time! Thanks for stopping by!

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