At the end of every Magick with Melissa episode (click HERE to see the latest episode), I provide intuitive guidance by pulling a card from either an oracle deck or a Tarot card deck.
This past Monday (CLICK HERE to see the 12/7/2020 episode) after discussing how to change the way you feel through cultivating an attitude of abundance and gratitude, I asked “What do we need to focus on to become more of the magick we already are?” And I pulled . . .
21. The World
This card reminds us that we ARE magick, that we are absolutely amazing just the way we are.
It also tells us that an important cycle has come to an end. In this case? It’s the end of the era of self-loathing and self-doubt. Wrap up this chapter in your life by promising to love yourself more and hate yourself less.
Whatever has been going on in your life, stop playing the victim of circumstances. Of course, bad stuff happens to us. Of course, it sucks. But we will never overcome adversity by insisting someone else is at fault.
I know this is not a comfortable idea to embrace. We get angry, we rage against the unfairness. Someone else put us in this situation so why is it left to us to rectify? Because it is. Plain and simple. We can never make anyone fix our problems, but we can save ourselves.
And that’s where ALL our power lies, in our own thoughts and actions. Nowhere else.
Here are 8 questions you need to ask yourself when you pull 21. The World:
- Do you believe in magick?
- If not, why not? What do you need to do to fully believe in your own magick?
- Who have you been blaming for your problems?
- What would happen if you took complete responsibility for your life as it is?
- How have you created or contributed to your current situation?
- What cycle is coming to an end?
- How can you create closure?
- How are you celebrating your success?
The last question is from The Field Notes by Chris-Anne, creator of the Light Seer’s Tarot. The rest are from my own musings.
Use these questions to process what’s coming to an end for you right and how you can start to believe in your own power–your magick.