#Monday Motivation #Meditation #OracleCards

Good morning. As I had announced on my blog post Friday, today’s regular post is modified due to my being away from home at my daughter’s house for the past five days. But, nevertheless, the Universe is not tied to a location, and I love what came through to share with you. This quote from inspiringquotes.com made me stop and think.

I may have shared this short meditation before, but if so, sharing again. It is beautiful!

My daughter has a deck of Energy Oracle Cards and that is what I drew from for today.

When I pulled, two cards came out together. Notice the synchronicity of the numbers, 11 and 22. I’m telling you, you simply can’t make this stuff up!

First of all, I was struck with the connection to the eleventh month and Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. And the #22 card actually came out on top, so going to start with it.

Here’s what the book said.

The Yin/Yang card represents energetic life cycles, and its purpose is to help you identify the particular cyclic energy moving into or out of your experience. It heralds a yin cycle where most of the action seems to be happening under the surface of things. This is a time of great receptivity and gestation. External circumstances may be forcing you to go within and examine present activity. It’s a good time for completion and wrapping things up.

For the #11 card, the keywords are “wishes fulfilled.”

An abundant harvest and great blessings are waiting for you, and you may even find all your wishes fulfilled. You’ve done important work and it’s about to pay off. The seeds you’ve planted in your energy and your life are ready to be harvested in some significant ways. Get ready for a great feast of abundant value is being prepared for you now and Spirit is applauding all your effort!

Wow! I love all of this and hope you can see the connection between the two cards. The harvest follows wrapping things up. Seeds planted and now it’s harvesting time.

I hope you enjoyed this little modified post. I’ll return next Monday with my regular one. For now, make it a great week!

38 thoughts on “#Monday Motivation #Meditation #OracleCards

  1. I loved the date 11.11.22 from last Friday (we write the date like that: day.month.year). and Today I saw the 11.11. several times. So, these cards showing up us only another amazing sign.

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    1. Thank you for visiting, Erika. I agree about any repeating numbers. I have seen 11.11 and 4.44 a lot the past few days. It always makes me pause and take a deep breath of gratitude. I’m so glad you enjoyed the post! Hugs!

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  2. Loved your post, Jan πŸ™‚ the 11 and 22 were my grandmother’s birthday. My husband just brought her up so I was thinking about her. So that really hit me. Good lessons in those cards too. I hope your grandma time is going well xo

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the post, Denise, and that it brought up a good memory. My grandma time has gone well, and now I’m looking forward to getting back home and into my routine. πŸ™‚ Thank you for stopping by!

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    1. I completely agree with you, Mae. We take so much for granted and it shouldn’t take a special holiday to make us pause and look at all our blessings. Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m glad you enjoyed today’s makeshift post!

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    1. I did too, Staci. It’s one I’d like to print off and tape to my mirror as a daily reminder. I think any harvest can be bittersweet as it indicates an ending to that endeavor. I don’t think you are too attuned to it, just aware of the realities. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment today. Hugs!

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  3. Well said, Pete. I agree with you about looking up to people who have every reason to feel superior yet they stay humble. We all have lots to be grateful for. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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  4. Great quote regarding humility. I know humbleness is one of the qualities I look up to in others. May we be grateful for the blessings in our lives, especially as we move toward Thanksgiving.

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