I love poetry, I also really dig tarot. I got a new deck and a poem flowed from it. I decided what the heck, I’ll share it here.
I’m thinking about starting a tarot/oracle reviews section. Let’s see if I have time to add that to my list.
Anyways, this deck is titled The Deck of the Dead. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it. I love the antique images and the death/bones feel to it. The creator’s business is called Tarot by Seven, and I have to say she has some decks that are beautiful. I’m seriously looking at getting a few more just because of the images and feel of them.
You can gather more information if you watch your Moon sign and your Rising sign too. If you don’t know your Moon sign and Rising sign you can contact me. If you enjoyed your reading, please Like, Subscribe, and Share.
I’ve just shared a video on YouTube. It’s about the crystals you’d want to use if you have headaches or migraines. It’s a great idea to keep this crystals on hand if you suffer from headaches/migraines.
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I’m sure you all know that each month has a birthstone, but do you know how to use that stone metaphysically? How about the stone that is for your Zodiac sign, do you know what that is or how to use it metaphysically?
I have a mini video lesson on YouTube telling you about August’s crystal and the zodiac signs Leo and Virgo’s crystals.
The chakras have been found in the ancient texts of Vedas (200-600 BCE) and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (200 CE). Chakra means wheel or vortex in Sanskrit. It is common in New Age groups to hear the chakras being called Spinning Wheels of Light.
As such, a lot of energy workers, Reiki practitioners, and healers will focus on the chakras.
There are seven well-known major chakras. There are hundreds of minor chakras and major chakras that haven’t received the recognition the 7 well-known ones have.
The Major Seven Chakras are associated and connected to the body. If the chakra isn’t working properly, be it there are clogs or imbalances. There will be illness, disease and/or emotional diseases in the body parts associated to that chakra.
Meditation, exercises, and special diets help balance the chakras, but at times a healer maybe needed.
When an energy worker/healer is contacted they will look at the chakras and the illnesses and find the association and the root of the problem. A quick overview of the Major Seven.
The major well-known 7 chakras are the Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, Throat, Third Eye, and Crown chakras. As you can see some of the names will tell you where the chakra is located.
The Root chakra is considered the first. This chakra is located at the tip of the tailbone or Coccyx (the pointy little bone at the end of the spine/tailbone). It’s color is usually red. This chakra as the Root name would hint at, is associated with everything we need for survival. It also makes up who we are on a human level. Its physical associations are the body parts located in that area, bladder, spine, male reproductive organs, vagina, nervous system, and blood.
The Sacral Chakra is the second and located two fingers width below the belly button. Its color is orange. This chakra is associated with intimacy and creativity. Its physical associations are the body parts we find in the low abdomen, female reproductive organs including the mammary glands, the kidneys, skin, sexual impotency, lack of sexual desire, and fertility. I want to mention fertility isn’t always about a child. Creativity is also located in this chakra, a lack of creative ideas, unable to take that creative idea to its birth is also considered.
The Solar Plexus Chakra is the third and is located in the center of the ribs. Where the ribs connect, under the heart. Its color is yellow. This chakra is associated with personal power. The physical associations are the body parts we find in the stomach area, the stomach, intestines, spleen, pancreas, and liver.
The Heart Chakra is the fourth and located at the heart. Its color is usually green, but can also be pink. This chakra is associated with our loving self. It allows us to love others and ourselves, it allows us to forgive too. The physical associations are the body parts we find in the chest. The heart, lungs, the lymph nodes, the immune system, and Thymus gland.
The Throat Chakra is the fifth and located in the neck, at the throat. Its color is blue. This chakra is associated with speech and communication. It’s our ability to speak our truth. The physical associations are the body parts we find in the throat. The thyroid, throat, nerves, muscles, and the parts we use when we communicate -tongue, ears, and mouth.
The Third Eye Chakra is the sixth and located in the forehead between the eyebrows. Its color is indigo or purple. This chakra is associated with our intuition, and intuitive gifts. The physical associations are the body parts are those located in the head. The pineal and pituitary glands, eyes, ears and brain.
The Crown Chakra is the seventh and located just above the crown of the head. Its color is violet; in some theories it is clear. This chakra is associated with our connection to the Devine, and our higher self. The physical associations are the same as the Third Eye Chakra. The brain, pineal gland, pituitary gland and nervous system.
I hope you enjoyed our quick tour of the Major Seven.
These are the five principles that Dr. Usui created.
These principles are daily guidelines to a happy life. I would highly recommend everyone make an effort to follow them.
Reiki practitioners strive to live by these principles.
These are not commandments, these are guidelines.
Reiki students are told to meditate on each meaning. I will share a little of my meditations on the meaning of each principle here.
Just for today:
I will let go of anger
I will count my many blessings
I will do my work honestly
I will be kind to every living creature
I will let go of worry
Anger and worry are negative vibrations. These two emotions will attract more negativity to us. Very few want negativity to surround us. Letting go of worry will give us room to create the good we want. Anger is a poison we give ourselves. Actually, worry is a poison too. Both anger and worry, will only bring more issues which will make us angrier or more worrisome.
I will count my many blessings. So many of us more often than not focus on the bad things that happen to us. We concentrate on worry or anger and not our blessings. We really need to change this. We are so blessed, we are alive, we have amazing technology that will allow us to connect instantly with family far away, we have more knowledge available to us than ever before. Also, this is rarely mentioned, but when we have a bad moment or stressful situation…. these are truly blessings, they teach us how strong we are. It may also be a way to get us to do what we are meant to do, but don’t want to.
Being kind to every living creature. Why are we not doing this anyways?! Why must this be a principle? Is humanity so full of itself that we don’t see the value in the other lifeforms we share this planet with.
I will do my work honestly. This is one of the harder principles. Each practitioner needs to decide what this means to them. To me, in my practice it means I won’t over charge my clients. I will not half-ass, any job that I have been hired to do.
What do you think of these principles?
Will you strive to follow them?