Reading Angel Tarot Cards by RV, Read by Debra Yvonne Simmons
Please bring a prayer inviting the Holy Spirit to this (and all other communications) reading.
Four of Fire; Contentment, peace, and abundance. A happy home life, the successful completion of a project.
With the idea that we create the world by what we believe, we see we want to begin with the end in mind. Stephen R Covey taught this in 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
We are here in the physical to have joy according to the Holy Spirit. And to testify of the Atonement by acceptance of it. Accepting the Atonement becomes our greatest joy, because it reminds us of our unity with one another and with God.
This does not mean challenges will not come, because UrACIM teaches us that we need to understand what others, who do not recognize the Atonement yet, are dealing with.
If we were in a prolonged witness of God’s presence we could not remain human. (See ACIM TM 26;3&4) In that way, we have reason to rejoice in our challenges. Thankfully, the witness of the Atonement gives us an entirely different way to look at life.
Four symbolizes stability and the Atonement can give us that stability in the midst of the chaos and confusion that the world appears to be in.
Knight of Fire; Passionate, Adventurous, Self-Assured, Restless A sudden event that needs immediate attention. Time is of the essence. Think things through carefully.
Immediate attention and time is of the essence, and yet one is advised to think things through carefully. I would suggest that we all know the Plan and our role in it. Follow your instincts knowing that you have angels assistance to keep on track.
The things that are not in your awareness about the Whole Plan are this way for the benefit of the Whole of the Son of God. Do not think that you can or need to understand what anyone else’s role is. Jesus has that job. Follow your heart.
This card suggests that a sudden event will prompt you into action. You have been prepared for what life will bring. As have others.
A lot of our energy is taken up in worrying about our loved ones, yet they have their angels as well and Jesus knows their every need. Even in the most dire of circumstances and His compassion is there to assist them.
Do what you can to uplift and then trust Jesus and rely on God’s attention. And remember, the body is not the permanent residence of an individual; God is.
Avoid the temptation to decide what is best for others or even yourself; insisting on your way or the highway or being angry when your ideas are not accepted or utilized. Confidence is good; just remember that there are things you are not aware of -by choice- here in this world of the physical.
Four of Earth; Being too frivolous or too cautious with money. Good business decisions. Giving to those less fortunate.
It is interesting to me how the very passages that are put on these cards can seem so contradictory. Being too much of something and yet, at the same time, making good decisions and choices? It seems to speak out both sides of the mouth at the same time.
There is logic to things that we do not always understand.
Here again is the four, representing stability and foundation.
Intrinsically we know our role, as do our children and loved ones. The physical world offers many resources and diverse ways of utilizing those resources.
This card suggests that we move on the promptings of offering others assistance. To cling to our property or people out of fear that there will not be enough or will leave us, sets us up in a mentality of scarcity that will manifest itself in that very way.
Be generous in ways you are able and live knowing that your needs and wants are known and will be met in an agreed upon way. Sometimes the appearance of lack is to allow us to stretch our faith so that we are able to recognize the blessings that come from that which is not seen.
Nine, The Hermit; Archangel Raziel, Spend time in quiet meditation. Spiritual teaching. Self-discovery.
If there is anything that humanity needs to do, it is to seek an inner life for oneself. The physical eyes and ears are not capable of receiving all the input that there is. Our precious autistic brothers and sister show this vividly in the physical sense.
Our oneness is obvious as we look at nature: the waters, the air, even that which is food circulates and recycles itself on a continual basis.
We have times when we need mentors and times when we are mentors. Learning and teaching go hand in hand. There is no end to what the inner world can teach us about ourselves.
The Hermit reminds us to be aware and to nurture that part of us in ourselves and one another. We can do this in isolation or in a crowd.
I would suggest that a lot of mental illness stems from not allowing there to be diversity and openness within our inner selves. In other words, insisting we have reached our peak of comprehension, forces us into a box or paradigm, of our own choosing, that causes the psyche and even the physical to be blocked and become stagnant and ill.
Meditation and prayer are key. Meditation can teach you to be an observer that does not get brought down by what appears to be going on. Prayer can allow you a way let go of the ways and means to a situation, allowing the unseen to bring about a positive resolution.
We have a foundation to stand on. It is already here. To see it we must acknowledge that we have what we need. We testify of this to ourselves and others as we choose to be thankful for where we are today.
Stirred to action by events in our physical world we can be confident and move forward following our instincts. Just be careful to not let yourself fall into the trap of believing that you have all the answers. Because you do not have all the information while you are still in the physical.
The earth was created to give you sustenance in the physical. Your physical being is a part of the earth. Allow the resources to come to you and flow from you in a natural way. And do not beat yourself up when you mess up. Or think that you do.
I feel impressed to encourage us not to be afraid to sense the helpers here. Remember, the physical world is symbolic of spiritual things and leads us back to the remembrance of God, the Father. United we are His Son and He desires to bless us all. Now, being that the physical is not real, it may be that our challenge benefits the Plan in a way that we do not comprehend.
I know how strong the temptation is to want to see the world behave a certain way. And it can feel very dis-empowering to let things be what they are when we know they could be better. Yet, my perception of life at this time is that we need to be happy (I do not really like that word). Maybe content is better. Knowing that while we want to do what we can for ourselves and others, we also want to let go of the reigns and place them firmly in the hands of Jesus, trusting that all things are working out for the greater good.
This is my faith. And I share with you with hope of a blessed tomorrow.
Till next time, God bless, Namaste~