Flowing with Our Transitions

guidance card, visionary art, Goddess imagery, Roslyn McGrath art, metaphysical support, spiritual guidanceWe are in a time of great change – culturally, politically, personally, on all the levels. Some we may find easier to navigate than others. Some we may not event realize are rocking our boat beyond our awareness, causing us to feel off-balance, unsure, irritable, and/or anxious without understanding why.

So it makes sense to me that I drew “Wings of the Goddess Sped Her Home” (Card #11) for us for the month from Creative Wisdom Cards for Personal Growth. 

I encourage you to take some time with the image, noting your own impressions of it and the significance these might have to you. Then feel free to draw upon the ideas below for additional guidance.

Wings of the Goddess  Sped Her Home

QUESTIONS TO EXPLORE

Are you listening to the quiet inside yourself? 

Are you willing to plumb the depths with grace and fortitude to learn about yourself? 

Do you know that many unseen hands are available to guide you into greater self-awareness?

 THE IMAGE SPEAKS

I guide souls through the waters of compassion to their Life Transition with gentleness, lightness and ease.  Many passages are undertaken before they see Earth’s daylight again.  The journey helps them recognize many layers of themselves and how these contributed to their Earthly experience.  I am grateful to have the opportunity to share this sacred time with them.

 SUGGESTIONS FOR GROWTH

Imagine you are listening to gentle waves lap the shore, and that you are drifting downward between them to an underwater world where you recognize many aspects of your being in symbolic form. 

As you tour this landscape, you fall more and more deeply in love with your own true self, and are more and more likely to allow old regrets and grudges to gently sift away. 

When you are ready to emerge into the fresh clean air, thank the many unknown beloveds that surround you for helping you through this process.

Words & image copyright 2005, Roslyn McGrath

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