Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Foxes, Lord of Contemplation, Divine Horse

The Moon is waxing now. The light is not as bright as the Full Moon.
Look to the Reality instead of the reflection. Look to the motivations.

Use your spiritual discrimination and correct evaluation. Time to use your intuition. Have you been doing that lately? Trust what you get.

There are extraneous distractions going on here. Stay grounded . Is that an issue you are working on?

There is something interesting to the left that one fox is checking out. The ears on the front fox are pointing both forward and to the left. Wish we could do that too. Pay attention.

Can you concentrate and enter into deep meditation? Give it a try or keep trying.

Before making a decision, do you give it great thought or just make it without thought?

Do you get in touch with your higher self and follow the inner guidance?

You have the power, it is in your hands. As you ponder consider all sides. See the unseen and keep asking for insight.

Give thought to all things.  Sometimes God gives us little but pivotal things to decide.

Divine love always has and Divine love always will provide our every need", goes the Metaphysical statement. Is this what you believe? Imagine it as if it is so.

The Divine Horse brings us well being and protection. It is Sunday, a day of rest and rejuvenation. Not working? We can spend time with family and then have our physical needs/thirsts fulfilled.

Another aspect of the Divine Horse is to tell us to practice contentment. When we do this, we find the serenity through balanced thinking.

In contentment, we find balance. We find the integration of ourselves with the Divine.

It is a day of Hope, connection with a great power, being well and content. Sounds great to me.
The Foxes can be doing things in the dark, until light is shined upon them.   Touch into Spirit and feel contentment, well being and needs being met.  How wonderful.  All is well.

It is a blessing for you and you and you and all of us.

You are love - of Earth and Divine.

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