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  • Stop!

    This is what my psychic tarot reading tells me for today:

    Your soul is calling out and needs to be honored and heard.

    The answers you seek aren't necessary found in the outer world.

    The time has come for you to step back and withdraw from the outside commotion.

    The Solitude Card is a reminder of how important it is to pause, still the mind, meditate, reflect, reevaluate, and discover the wisdom and answers within the very soul of your being.

    When you become more aware of your soul and heart, you strengthen the link to to the Divine Source; and you're able to once again remember your true perfection.

    Meet your soul halfway and schedule some alone time to commune with your soul and also to give the power of spirit the opportunity to reinvigorate you with life force and vitality.

    Conserve your energy and deal with the one thing at a time as you follow the prompts from within.

    When it comes to moments of quiet, inner solitude, it really isn't about quantity; it's the quality that counts.

    The soul constantly draws to itself what it needs in order to learn and grow.

    For example, during this period, someone may step into your life by sharing his or her own experiences, you may receive helpful insight and wisdom into your own.

    The reminder is timely because I haven't really meditated for quite awhile. There are so many things I have to ponder on - my husband's health. He has been having pain radiatating from his hip joint down to his leg. He had to undergo an EMG and an MRI yesterday. Then in the evening they called him back because some procedure was not done properly. Today we were supposed to get the results but they informed us that because of the 'Bharat bandh' the typists hadn't come and the reports would not be ready. So now we have to wait till tomorrow.
    For those who don't know,' Bharat' is another name for India and 'bandh' means 'closed.' One of the big political parties has organized a strike and a successful bandh means that less vehicles will be plying on the road, many shops and establishments will be closed and people will find it difficult to go to work. So the nation loses one day of productivity.
    Methinks we should get all these political bigwigs to get together and meditate instead of causing destruction and mayhem.

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