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Wings of Change Reading

This Friday, I’ll be posting a book review, for a change.  So, I decided to do my weekly reading with the Wings of Change Lenormand (self-published, 2015).

As it’s a Lennie reading, I haven’t defined positions, just drew a line of five: Stars, Bouquet, Ship, Book, Whips.

BF-WoCL-28-6-15I see a couple of things here.  Firstly, there is advice to get spiritual guidance on our life’s path through a repetitive esoteric practice, like chanting, trance-dancing, or perhaps the best fit: journalling.  This is something I’ve just started doing again, having bought a book with journal prompts for exploring different aspects of life.  Already, it brought up some very intereting questions to explore, as well as encouraging me to take action on a few things 🙂

Secondly, it suggests a need for creative clarity when dealing with an argumentative, secretive person from abroad.  Okay, that’s a pretty personal one, probably not relevant to most people.  However, after my two recent trips to Spain, a few things have been on the backburner while a colleague was on holiday.  He’s back this week, so I’d better start working round some issues he raised before he left!

What esoteric practice might help you get greater spiritual clarity this week?

To see journal prompts based on these cards, click here.

10 Responses to “Wings of Change Reading”

  • I’m always amazed at how just a few minutes of kirtan/chant can radically change my mood and outlook. I can see how the bells that ring daily in some countries would be a great reminder to stop and center yourself.

  • I wouldn’t know what to do without my journal. I use it for recording my days, for gratitude, for self development and deep digging, for my daily draws and card readings, for list making, for everything! It is the only practice I seem to be able to maintain for years now without having to overcome a writers block or other obstacles. 🙂

    • I’m so impressed that you have been journalling consistently for so long. I guess I’ve been blogging for quite a while, too. With journalling, though, I tend to do it for particular subjects, in different books, rather than putting everything in there. Like to do lists definitely stay on loose bits of paper and regularly get chucked out 😀

  • My journaling has become almost exclusively digital at this point with a combination of Evernote and blogging. As a result I consistently show up at the page. My romantic, old-world self loves the visceral, the tactile, the textural where writing is concerned but my current 21st century self has taken shape around a more virtual body.

    • You have such a beautiful way of describing things, Rose! Yes, most of my journalling is online, but for a few personal, private things I resort to paper journals. And for to do lists, I still like a little scrap of paper that sits on my desk looking at me accusingly until I put ticks all over it 😀

  • Lovely thoughts. Amazingly, I’ve been journaling almost every day. I have not been blogging as much. Interesting. I guess I can’t do all of it! I’ve been feeling low energy (physically and emotionally) so I’m working on my well-being. But spiritual practice is part of that. So the journalling has been very good. It’s very rough. I don’t do anything fancy or even have many prompts. Sometimes it’s just lists of things I’ve noticed recently, for good or ill. Other time it catalogues sincere ideas and hopes I have. I guess it’s just a way to keep track of what’s going on with me, to process somewhat, rather than expending so much energy on free-floating anxiety (one of my challenges)…

    Have a swell day!

    • I’m glad to hear you’ve been journalling and finding it helpful, MM. Certainly better than letting your anxiety spin around in your head a la 9 of Swords! As you say, it doesn’t have to be earth-shattering insights, just a place to help get a bit of clarity 🙂


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