This week, I decided to draw from Doreen Virtue and Brian Weiss’ Past Life Oracle Cards (Hay House, 2014). However, I didn’t want to do a past life reading here, so am using them as a straight up oracle. I wasn’t sure how well that would work, only having used them for their intended purpose before. Let’s see what you think, but I feel it worked well…
Situation – Authority Figures
While I’m not yet expecting any news on my essay (can you tell I’m impatient to know how I did?), I do have some other situations in my life that involve authority figures. For one thing, I’m going to have to visit the Spanish Consulate again this week, which is a PITA! I expect to queue for about three hours, just to have one official stamp a bit of paper, another official take my money, and then I’ll be sent on my way.
On a more interesting note, I’m trying to make a decision about a new place to work. So, dealing with the managers of a couple of alternative health centres…
Don’t – Vows
Well, I’m clearly not planning on becoming a nun. Still, vows can be of many kinds, and signing a contract is also a vow of sorts, so I’ll take this in the widest sense. In terms of those two alternative health centres, it looks like I shouldn’t make any promises, shouldn’t commit to anything yet.
Do – Asia
I’m going to go with a more intuitive reading of this, and say that what I need to do is meditate on my choices – gather information first, and then assess not just the obvious, rational pros and cons, but also the more feeling-based information.
Okay, that sounds like a reasonable plan!
To read journal prompts based on these cards, click here.