Remembering that every positive thought, feeling and action will cycle back on you in a good way is key. Knowing this will help you to trust that good can come, regardless of what is happening right now. Asking life and others to forgive you for anything you said or did which you now regret will create more spaciousness in your heart and mind for good to be received. Forgiving others, if you have held any resentment for something they said or did, will also help you to feel at ease now. It would allow you to trust in the good that is already here and that more good will come your way.
Your good fortune will overflow. You feel the source of giving and receiving in your own heart and arms. You experience yourself as an active participant in your overflowing destiny. Your fear is replaced with faith in life's generous giving back to those who give. You no longer wait for good luck. You create good luck instead.
Willingness to change your previous approach to life with a new approach is admirable. Diligently working and playing at changing habits of thought is key.
Love yourself as you develop positive thought patterns that change your life circumstances. The results of your willingness to change will multiply as you continue to utilize your new way of focusing.
Card of the Day
Six of Pentacles
The Gift of Giving
This week you may feel the need to reach out and lend a “helping hand" to another.
The Six of Pentacles is all about benevolence — giving what you can afford to give: whether it's your time, your money or your energy — to someone who needs it more than you.
It speaks of aligning yourself with the Universal laws of abundance and prosperity.
It refers to the act of giving and receiving, sharing the wealth and attracting even more of it into your life through your willingness to trust that it's meant to flow.
The Six of Pentacles is about giving and receiving. It's about sharing. It's about random acts of kindness. And it's about the exchange of energy — which often takes the form of money or financial assistance.
When you look at the figures in this card you can see that there's just as much honor in giving as there is in receiving, which is of course exactly as it should be.
Look at the figures in this image and ask yourself: who is the benefactor and who is the recipient? Both are giving something to the other. For one it's the tangible gift of money and for the other it's the joyful gift of gratitude. Which do you consider more valuable?
This is something to think about this week. Kindness and consideration, compassion, generosity. But most of all gratitude. These are all attributes of the Six of Pentacles.
This isn't about giving what you can't afford to give. That can create hardship and ultimately resentment. It's about either creating enough abundance in your own life to feel comfortable passing some of it along, or learning to place more value on the act of giving than the act of hoarding or spending frivolously.
Whether you're the benefactor this week or the recipient, know that this is a never ending cycle and you'll find yourself in both roles.
Be prepared to jump in and participate fully — either through offering help to another or expressing gratitude for the help you receive.
☜ Arven ☞