Card from Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert
Today I started out writing about a completely different subject for my weekly blog but I decided to change it. Yesterday’s card of the day, Gaia The World, really got me thinking a lot more about it so I wanted to expand on it a bit more because I think the message is important.
I realize that the message of things falling into place with The World card doesn’t resonate with everyone but sometimes it’s not always readily visible. Sometimes, we have to look at our lives a lot more closely and take stock of what we do have and appreciate that, rather than hoping and wishing that things were better.
The thing is, The World card can always be applied whether we want to believe it or not. Is your family healthy? Do you have a roof over your head? Do you have enough food to eat? There are plenty of people in this world who have none of these things and yet they can find happiness in their lives. Just the simple fact that they woke up makes for a successful day.
It’s easy to get wrapped up in our life issues and feel the “whoa is me” syndrome. Nothing is perfect and let’s be honest, it’s hard to feel successful when you have no idea how you are going to make your mortgage or how you are going to feed your kids, but things always have a tendency of working out. So why let our worries take over our days? Simple. We are human, but that doesn’t mean that its healthy for us to do or that we can’t change it. We hear all of the time that we should be grateful for what we do have in life and the more grateful we are the more great things that we attract. We see the meme’s all the time and everyone clicks the “like” button or makes comments, but does everyone really thank the Universe, or God, or whomever on a daily basis? Probably not. We see the meme’s, we are grateful for the day and then life takes over and we forget to be grateful; until we get another reminder.
We should be grateful every day, no matter what is going on in our lives. If we aren’t grateful, our negativity attracts more negativity and before we know it we end up in one great big crap storm. There is something to celebrate every day of our lives. Every single one. Even in the middle of a crap storm. Sometimes it takes a bit to find it but even if its just “I got out of bed”, celebrate it. If you had a great cup of coffee or tea to start out your day and then rest of the day turned bad, hold onto the fact that you had a great cuppa. Hold onto the good of the day rather than the bad.
I’m not saying anything that you haven’t heard before so just consider it a reminder and try to be grateful a little longer than the last time you were reminded. You may find that you are a much happier person more often than not. That’s what I’m trying to do.
Have a blessed week!