#MondayMotivation – #Meditation – #TarotReading – #AngelOracleCard

Welcome back to another Monday of inspiration. I hope you leave uplifted and ready to tackle a new week. I fell in love with this simple quote. It makes so much sense to me.

Here’s a meditation to help you gain your footing. Jason Stephenson is one of my favorite meditation guides.

The tarot cards today are very powerful. Two are from the Major Arcana, affecting our lives below the surface.

Photo by Jan Sikes

The High Priestess is the second card in the Major Arcana. She is like the moon and sees through the darkness, illuminating what is hidden. She reminds us that all we need to know is already within us. Connecting to the divine is an internal, not an external, process. You have the ability to connect with and commune with your higher self at any time. The High Priestess urges you to clear your mind and ask your heart for the answers you seek. You are encouraged to follow intuitive urges when making financial and business decisions, even if you’re tempted to investigate endlessly. You have the answers you need without relying on other people’s opinions. Intuition and self-knowledge are the keywords.

The Chariot is a symbol of building momentum and creating your plan of action. It is possible that you are embarking on an important journey (literal or virtual) or moving toward the next level of your life goals. You are asked to have a clear intention, focus, and a plan for taking action. Building a solid foundation and creating structure are both necessary steps before making a big decision. Now is the time to take inspired action toward your goals. Success comes with focus, determination, and clear intention.

With the Knight of Pentacles, we are minded that the quest for prosperity moves slowly and steadily. True success is a long game, so there is no need to rush the process. There is no get-rich scheme indicated with this card. Solid effort daily will yield the most lasting and meaningful results. Sometimes these turn into mundane tasks, but I am reminded of the tortoise and the hare. Slow and steady wins the race. You are encouraged to show up fully and enthusiastically in all areas of your life. If you’re waiting for a return on investment, be patient and stay on task. Long-term abundance and steady progress are the keywords for this card.


When I consider that we have two Major Arcana cards this week, the reading takes on a deeper meaning, as they affect big life events and important lessons. Relying on intuition is a huge part of the message, as well as having a clear intention, focus, and determination. What is it you genuinely seek? Know that returns on daily investment of your time, your energy, and your knowledge come slowly but are lasting.

I love the message on the Angel card!

Relationship Harmony
Archangel Raguel: "We angels are opening the hearts of everyone involved. Arguments and conflicts are being resolved now."

I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!

35 thoughts on “#MondayMotivation – #Meditation – #TarotReading – #AngelOracleCard

  1. I like this week’s reading Jan 🙂 I hear the message trust myself and I have all I need inside very often. I get into trouble when I try to apply logic self over that, and many sleepless nights. Love the angel card too. Have a great week. Xo

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    1. I get in trouble, too, Denise, when I try to apply logic over intuition. And I sure don’t need sleepless nights. Thank you so much for stopping by. The message you hear is absolutely 100% correct! Hugs!

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  2. This is the perfect spread for writers, I think. Intuition is such a big part of the creative process, and this is a vocation that tests our focus and determination to the limit. And everything takes a long time! That sense of commitment and endurance is essential. That’s my take away, anyway. Happy Writing.

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    1. I very much agree, Diana. Intuition and creativity walk hand-in-hand. And for sure, determination, patience and endurance is essential for writing stories. I love your take away! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week!

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    1. You are so right, Yvette. We live in a world of instant self-gratification, so patience is in short supply. But slow and steady is a great way to approach long-term goals. Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate your comment!

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  3. Ooo, another powerful message. I keep returning to my two words for the year: destinations and illumination. Learning to shed the layers that no longer serve me, too. Thanks so much, Jan! Happy week ahead. 🙂

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    1. Those are such powerful and transformational words, Mary. Shedding what no longer serves us is often painful and difficult. And yet the reward is so great as we move forward in our soul’s growth by leaps and bounds. I appreciate your comment SO much, my friend. I hope you have a fabulous week ahead!


    1. I like the words, “not broken,” Dan. And in my mind, I always follow them with “badly bent.” 🙂 I hope you slide through all your challenges this week and avoid the cracks! Thanks for visiting.

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    1. Oh, sister, you are so right! There are times when I go a little farther than leaning, but somehow I always manage to climb back out. Thank you for stopping by. I’m so glad you enjoyed the post.

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