Sunday, February 19, 2012

Noisy Seabird, Stars, Road of Indecision

Squawk, squawk, squawk sounds the noisy seabird. Just making noise. It can be very distracting. Listen behind the noise. Do what your heart tells you.

Use your intuition to hear the truth. Ask to hear the truth.There is physical distraction and interfering communication.

Today there is sharing information. It is a time to watch the words you speak and to consider the words of others in this light.

Don't believe everything you hear.

The blue stars is the card of a Plan. It refers to favorable business. Accept advantages offered. Flowers unfold. Likewise, we too unfold. You bring hope.

What is our plan? To be in the Present Moment, the Presence of the Divine. We can manifest what is desired and for our highest good by using this plan.

The stars represent each of us connected, hope and integration of the five aspects of self. Once again, integration can come through our inner work and our outer work. Each of us grow where we are planted with others. Relationships and group energy can take us where we can't go by ourselves. We need groups to be successful in spiritual growth. It's also fun and you develop a spiritual connection with each other that is one of the most loving.

Take a look at the larger concept. Rethink the situation so you can see all options.

You are on the Road of Indecision, the road of return. We are now coming full circle.

Today is a great day for a short trip. A good day for running a few errands.

From an energy perspective, rethinking our situation is always good advice. Always get the best advice you can and then YOU make your choice.

At times I feel as if the Noisy Seabird is sicking its neck out, especially with all the squawking.   How do we work with all this noise?  It's best to have plan before any action has to take place.    Road of Indecision tells us to take a look at the big picture and rethink the situation.  Choices are sometimes really hard which is why a plan really helps.

You are loved and blessed.

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