Ceramic art by Dakan
The Highway Shaman Wisdom Reading
for July 12, 2020
This was an interesting day in my readings. After drawing the LETTING GO card, my computer froze. It remained frozen for two days. Still is frozen but I now have an external keypad and mouse. Was the letting go about my attachment to the computer? Or was the BRANCHING OUT card more significant – to start a new project. Letting go and starting over. And at the same time being the KING OF WATER – Generous, diplomatic, fair, gentle, a good listener, nonjudgmental peacemaker, mediator.
The Elements Tarot: BRANCHING OUT:
Expanding your influence socially, spiritually or financially. Developing outlets through which your abilities can be expressed.
REVERSED: Building a crystal or core of energy for a desired outcome prior to undertaking physical steps towards its accomplishment.
Osho Zen Tarot: 8 of Water – LETTING GO
In existence there is nobody who is superior and nobody who is inferior. The blade of grass and the great star are equal. But man wants to be higher than others, he wants to conquer nature, hence he has to fight continuously. All complexity arises out of this fight. The innocent person is one who has renounced fighting, who is no longer interested in being higher, who is no longer interested in performing, in proving that he is someone special, who has become like the rose flower or like a dewdrop on the lotus leaf, who has become part of this infinity, who has melted, merged and become one with the ocean and is just a wave, who has no idea of the “I”. The disappearance of the “I” is innocence.
To choose this card is a recognition that something is finished, something is completing. Whatever it is – it is the to let go of it, allowing any sadness but not trying to hold on. Something great is awaiting you, new dimensions are there to be discovered. You are past the point of return now, and gravity is doing its work. Go with it – it represents liberation.
The Good Tarot KING OF WATER – Generous, diplomatic, fair, gentle, a good listener, nonjudgmental peacemaker, mediator.
“I honor and respect all beings, including myself, and see the commonalities we share and the Spirit that is in all of us. I listen to other voices and blend them with my own wisdom before settling on an opinion, making a decision or taking action. I gently and lovingly lead others away from fear and divisiveness and into harmonious collaboration.”