The week ahead: October 19th through October 25th of 2020:

Coming off the new moon last week, we careen into Scorpio season on the 22nd.

But leading up to it, this last couple of days in Libra season may have us deeply relating to our connections that help us find balance in this crazy world, or even realizing which people throw us out of whack.

I’ve found in the transitional weeks where one season moves into another, it offers an opportunity to have a foot in both energies, where deep insights can surface, and presents the option to tie up lose ends.

And just as Libra is about how we connect with those we love, Scorpio is about the feeling of it all–the vulnerability, the fear, the joy, the intimacy and the trust. Scorpio demands the realness of it and we must deliver if we’d like to be born again into the understanding that if we do not go deep within, we cannot possibly go deep with others. To have the relationships you realize you want now, we have to do the work; that means trusting when you’d rather run, facing your fear and doing what is in your heart anyway, allowing yourself to feel joy for the love you do have now, and giving yourself permission to be intimate with yourself and another to deepen bonds.

This work is not for the faint of heart. It takes real courage to speak or show your heart when there is no guarantee of reciprocal feeling, and even more so when there is.

Just remember and on repeat this week, going into next: My vulnerability is my power 💖

So how can we work with the energy of this week? My advice is this: sit your booty down and face yourself and the ways you keep an arms length between you and the relationships you crave. How are you first denying yourself and then why? Was this something you grew up seeing from the adults around you? Are you repeating a pattern? Was it after getting hurt so many times, you didn’t know what else to do? Maybe it’s a way to stay in control when relationships always feel like chaos? Or possibly you didn’t get your needs met as a child, and with no good role model to look up to around healthy relationships, you’re doing what keeps you safe? See what comes up for you when you ask these questions, and don’t be surprised if memories float to the surface for review. The more you’re willing to go deep and face yourself, the closer you are to to making the connections you truly want and the healing you deserve.

Go ahead and pick a card from above (pick one, two, or all three cards–choose what you’re drawn to). The top card is the overarching theme for everyone and it’s something to keep in mind or to remember, no matter what energy shows up for you as the week goes on. The stone you see in the picture above is Amber. Amber is a protective stone for children and may be worn as a necklace, bracelet, sewn into an infant’s garment or placed in their environment to ward off negative energies and shield them from harm. It is also prized for energetically reducing teething pain, though it should never be placed in the mouth. It is highly beneficial when treating infants or children for the mother to wear the Amber first. Wear or carry Amber when recovering from an illness or injury to increase vitality and draw on one’s own essential strength and desire for wellness. Its vibration of life force brings warmth to the inner being and imparts more of this energy into the system. Amber may also be used to achieve longevity, and is a marvelous gem for the elderly. As a love crystal, golden-orange Amber is a symbol of beauty and tenderness, a good-luck talisman for increasing natural radiance and attracting lasting love. It may be used to call in a twin soul, or for protection against negative outside influences and interference. It is a wonderful gem for assuring promises and has been used in the renewal of marriage vows. Believed to “electrify” desire, Amber is credited with helping to cure impotence and frigidity, and to aid female fertility and male potency. Amber is an exceptional rubbing stone for discharging negative moods, relieving anxiety, or deflecting energy from others. It warms the more it is touched and generates a positive, uplifting current of energy. Carry in the pocket, wear in jewelry, or use in rosary or prayer beadsUse Amber to purify any environment before use, or to remove negative energy by placing pieces of Amber around the space, spray as an elixir, or burn as incense. It also provides an effective screen after the area has been cleansed. For healers who work with removing entities from one’s energy field, Amber can be a valuable ally for sealing the aura after extraction and clearing any lingering negative patterns. Amber assists those who are new to exploring their psychic sensitivity by providing a Light barrier against negative forces until they are able to control their intuitive skills. If you’d like to learn more about this stone, please go here.

Overarching theme: Two of Cups: As a powerful window into the mechanics of our heart, this card speaks of partnerships, love, and mutual connections with others. The Two of Cups is also a card of new beginnings that shift our view of the world, when budding romance casts a haze of rosy light around us. This may indicate an early phase when two people first meet, lost in a wave of infatuation and longing. It is a dream-like state where the foreseeable path may not be so clear, as we lose sight of our personal goals or ambitions along the way. On another note, the Two of Cups can represent the emergence and importance of self-love – learning the difference between projecting our needs for love on others, as opposed to heartfelt connections that nourish balance and independence. This card may also illuminate the need for compromise, or for a choice to be made, in order to arrive at a comfortable solution between two people or opposing forces. Questions to ask yourself this week: Have I learned to appreciate myself, flaws and all? What is my true perception of love? Your mantra this week: I am worthy of love, within and without. I need not bypass my own heart, for others. Additional Meanings: Cooperation • Resolution • Love • Passion • Union.


 
If you chose card #1: Your message this week is about the Page of Cups. Your card goes on to say that the Page of Cups is a strong and youthful energy that calls us to align with our inner child, and represents a newfound opportunity or an important message. This insightful key may seem like an old soul residing within a simple innocence, reminding us to treasure the many blessings that fill our cup. The Page also encourages us to express ourselves from the truth of our heart and our intuition, to better support our dreams, our connections with others, and the creative sparks that give us purpose and meaning. This is a pure and potent wisdom that has not been tarnished or conditioned by the lower vibrations of our world. Instead, it nurtures a blissful connection with the Universe and manifests from the light that shines through our Higher Self. Questions to ask yourself right now: How can I connect with the deeper insights of my soul? How can I simplify my life and trust my inner child? Your mantra: I seek out new adventure. I am open to receive the wisdom of my intuition. Additional Meanings: Imagination • Dreams • Freedom • New beginnings.
 

 
If you chose card #2: Your message this week is about the Ace of Pentacles. Your card goes on to say that the Ace of Pentacles highlights new, prosperous beginnings that have the potential to grow into long-term success. The energy of this card speaks of planning and strategizing – laying out the foundation for the foreseeable future, knowing that the outcome will be fruitful and positive. From this state of understanding comes the ability to identify opportunities as they arise, and the paths that align best with your heart. This card speaks of the innate trust, intuition and choices that support inner growth beyond mere affluence. You understand and prioritize what is truly important, and are able to rally all of your resources you need along the way. Remember, the power of positive visualization combined with a sense of gratitude will only attract more abundance into your life. Questions to ask yourself right now: How can I align with my creativity to support my life? What are my true notions of success? Your mantra: I seek the abundance that nourishes my heart. I celebrate the gifts that life has to offer. Additional Meanings: Prosperity • Abundance • Rewards • Stability • Health.
 

 
If you chose card #3: Your message this week is about the Nine of Pentacles. Your card goes on to say that a wonderful card, the Nine of Pentacles represents the blissful chapters in our life that make everything worthwhile. When we glean a sense of wisdom that comes as a result of working hard and reaping the rewards. There is a spiritual satisfaction in this card, and that it speaks of those grand milestones that stand out in life, which you will recall with total clarity and nostalgia as the years go by. Through the exploration and manifestation of your dreams, you have found your place in the Universe and are radiating joy. Perhaps you will want to spend more time in nature or with the people you love. Perhaps you will take a more spiritual route in your learning. You are aware of the greater scope of your being and are ready to move on to the next phase of enlightenment. A time to enjoy life’s simple pleasures. Questions to ask yourself right now: How am I making time to appreciate Mother Earth? Am I ready to receive the blissful rewards of my work? Your mantra: I rest and play in this blissful light. I see the harmonious design of Mother Gaia. Additional Meanings: Growth • Comfort • Stability • Pleasure • Peace • Harmony.
 
This is your week! make it an amazing one 😊

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