“If you allow yourself to be the person that you are, then everything will come into rhythm. If you live the life you love, you will receive shelter and blessings. Sometimes the great famine of blessing in and around us derives from the fact that we are not living the life we love, rather we are living the life that is expected of us. We have fallen out of rhythm with the secret signature and light of our own nature.”
Chinese legends tell us that when the heavens and earth were separated, the Goddess Nu Kua made the first humans out of clay made from mud from the Yellow River. Her breath and Yin became the first women; Her breath and Yang became the first men.
She is said to have the upper body of a woman, and the lower body of a serpent or dragon. (Similar to the Mesopotamian Goddess Tiamat).
Creatrix Nu Kua re-established order on the earth after a terrible rebellion. She melted stones to rebuild the sky, used tortoise toes to mark the four directions, and reeds to hold back overflowing rivers. Once this was done, the earth returned to its former beauty.
Nu Kua plays her sacred flute, spreading good fortune and opportunity, and creating order from chaos.
“There is a Way and I am that Way the Way of Nature that moves in all things In the beginning I created the universal pattern the Way things are the Way things flow the Way things need to be
Then I sequenced the seasons harmonized the hillsides organized the oceans till all was auspiciously arranged I am the natural order of things I am the Way.”
Divination Reading for this new moon in Cancer and the nodal shift into Aries-Libra.
9 of Stones – Tradition Reverence with ancient wisdom and sacrifice. The ability to apply ancient knowledge and follow ancestral rituals and practices.
Whenever we look to the past with sincere respect and devotion to seek wisdom and insight, we get to experience firsthand the practical and esoteric knowledge of human races. The myths, rituals, and traditions of the ancient tribes all mark the human spirit.
King of Stones – Wolf This card urges us to quickly become good servants of our lives, This wolf is confident and he knows his strength and the responsibility that comes with his position. His strength and personality put him there. He advises us to mark our territory, know, and respect and protect our boundaries and protect our flock.
Knight of Stones – Horse This card reminds us to focus on the problems of the physical world and the ordinary spheres of life. There is a saying, “Practice makes perfect”. So this Knight card asks you to consider and examine the ways you are using to solve your problem.
🌙 Open to ancestral wisdom and support.
🌙 Nurture and care for yourself and your loved ones