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This weekend my friend Janine and I made a visit to SpiritTrek in Templeton, CA. We were there to meet with Mary Lou Chapman for an Angel Reading. Janine and I have been going through some life challenges lately and felt we needed some direction and we absolutely found some. I wasn't sure just what to expect, but I went with an open mind just to see what would transpire. Let it be said right here that she states the reading is for us and not to be shared so I won't go into detail but I will give you the gist. The reading began with ME, a card of great stability, and if there was one word to describe me, that's probably it. My oldest daughter was next. Rebecca is going to have a baby probably within the week and Mary Lou said she needed pampering and rest so she would have the strength for the upcoming birth. My next two kids she thought were twins and said they shared one spirit. Though not twins, they are similar and were great friends through much of their growing up. My youngest daughter was "gifted" and she needs to get training in whatever field she wanted to. Mary Lou suggested teaching but said she would be successful whatever she decided to do. The last two cards represented my husband and I, side by side, walking the same path but tired, very tired and in need of regeneration in mind, body and spirit, which is also right on. We hope to find that relaxation in the form of a vacation in September. Mary Lou is VERY good at what she does and is well worth the price of a reading. She offered useful suggestions to help balance our lives right now. So today, as always, I checked my tarot and this was my 3 card draw:

Sudden Irrevocable Change. You have the opportunity to see that life as you have always known it is about to change. It is sudden and it is radical. It may be an epiphany or a flash of insight that totally revises the way you look at the world. It may be an emotional breakthrough. Or it may be an upheaval in your life or the in the life of the world around you. It is up to you how you will respond to the crisis. Will you let it crush you, or will you allow it to transform you? The energy that is released in the aftermath of crises has the potential for enormous creativity and transformation.

Letting Go. You are being challenged to release attachments, to surrender to the flow. You are no longer in charge of your life. It isn't a time to resist, for everything is out of your control. Give it up. Your world may feel like it's been turned upside down. You can fight this reversal — you can go into it kicking and screaming — or you can surrender with grace and take it as an opportunity to see your life from a different perspective. It is a time to take no action, other than meditation and prayer. Learn to be still. During this time of suspension and waiting, you may discover within yourself the gifts of inspiration, enlightenment and unconditional love.



A New Beginning. Resolution comes with a new beginning. Be open to all the twists and curves in the road ahead. Be ready for wonderful surprises. Be open-hearted, innocent, trusting and spontaneous. Take a risk! Before you is a brand new adventure — the chance for a fresh start and endless possibilities.

And by the way Janine, Thank you SO much for asking me to have Reiki with you today. It was wonderful!! And Thank you Curtis, I feel much more balanced.

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