The Highway Shaman Wisdom Reading

for May 22, 2020


“golfista de los muertos” Stripped of all facade, down to bare bones, who are we?

I woke with a question today: Are you a WayShower?  The first card I drew was “Breaking Through” reversed which is a dedicated and empowered approach to enlightenment. Then I drew “Guilt.” It’s about striving to be/do something, and then not achieving. The feelings of failure. The drama of life.The third card was the Magician; aligning with Spirit where there is no failure, only magic. I write about what it means to be a WayShower, below. 

Elements Tarot:

BREAKING THROUGH: Recognizing and addressing self-limitations. Personal growth. 

REVERSED: Dedicated and empowered approach to enlightenment.

Osho Zen Tarot:

GUILT: This moment! . . . this hereon . . . is forgotten when you start thinking in terms of achieving something. When the achieving mind arises, you lose contact with the paradise you are in.

“You are absolutely okay as you are, and it is absolutely natural to go astray from time to time. Just learn from it, move on, and use the lesson not to make the same mistake again.”

The Good Tarot:

THE MAGICIAN:  “When I am in alignment with Spirit’s will, miracles are possible. When I see this card, I’m reminded that my will and skill alone will yield limited results. When I remember my partnership with Spirit, all is well. I’m required to explore my commitment to this co-creative alchemical relationship and see the results manifest beautifully Through me, Spirit works magic.”





Throughout my life I’ve been told, “You are a Light Worker.” I’ve wondered what that meant, does that make me special and when will I show up and “do my job?” Whatever light workers do. I’ve come to realize that everyone is a light worker in one way or another; always trying/working to get the other person to agree with them; “to see the light.”

A WayShower is a different thing; best illustrated as the Wise Elder. There is no WayShower school per se, no degree or certification, unless bogus. No weekend workshop or Masters degree in college, even being a devote, automatically makes a person “Wise.” Wisdom comes from paying your life dues, from being in the muck and quagmires of confusion, from years of everyday tests and failures, from taking risks and getting hurt, from losing it all and starting over, from love and loss and heartbreak until raw with despair, ready to die . . . and yet inspired to find a way to recover. A WayShower is someone who has been/is willing to look as deeply into the dark and negative as into the the light and positive in search for truth and true understanding. To enlighten the dark so that with Spirit, those seen and unseen with a like mission, can co-creates an arena, at least an aura, of goodness, peace, love, prosperity and happiness for all humanity,


Are you a WayShower?



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