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Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Free Timeless Oracle and Tarot Reading: You Will Reap What You Sow so Sow Seeds of Love

I gave a free tarot and oracle reading on my YouTube channel on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, and the reading had several surprises. First, the message that Spirit unfolded was a beautiful reminder that we will reap what we sow, therefore, we should be very careful about the things we think, say, and do. The reading had themes of prayer, karma, and walking in love and there was a bonus, surprise card that showed up at the end. As I came to the end of the reading, I went over the cards and as I held the first card "Pray Always" a second card fell out from behind it! That card became the final one in the reading.

You may see the full video of the reading in the video player below.

Card 1: Pray Always

The first card in the reading is Pray Always. It is from the Bible verse Luke 21:36 that says, "Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man." (KJV)

 The verse admonishes us to always be in communication with the Holy Spirit and strive to live our lives according to the highest will of all. There will always be trials, tribulations, and negativity that try to attack us at every corner, but through faith, hope, and standing strong in God and ourselves, we will overcome anything that comes our way.

Praying, meditating, and speaking positive words of affirmation are tools that we use to overcome the forces that try to keep us operating on negative frequencies. 

Card 2: Five of SWORDS

The Five of Swords tarot card represents strife, fighting with others, conflict, competition, and just being at odds with the people surrounding you. This could include your family members, friends, or people you encounter in the workplace, or in this age of technology, people you are interacting with online.

When the Five of Swords shows up, Spirit is saying that it is time to take a close look at the relationships you have around you and how they are operating.

When this card appears, it is time to stop interacting with people in the same manner and make a change. As the saying on the card points out, look at how you are treating others and how they are treating you. If this relationship is toxic or unhealthy, then it's time to make a change.

Card 3: The Eternal Light of Love

The Eternal Light of Love reminds us of God's unconditional love for us all and how in turn, we are to show unconditional love to others. This can be very difficult to do, especially when we are dealing with people who quite frankly, are at times unlovable. It's important during these difficult times that we put up the necessary boundaries to protect ourselves and those who depend upon us, while still acting in love.

Praying, ensuring people are treating us the way we deserve to be treated, and treating others as we'd like to be treated (the golden rule) are very important steps to take in our relationships. However, when people cross our boundaries, we must firmly reinforce those boundaries, but also in a loving way. We cannot let other people's actions dictate our response.

If we are committed to walking in the eternal light of love, then we need to respond to people in love. This does not mean weakness, being passive, or letting people take advantage of you or abuse or violate you. It does mean putting up necessary boundaries and then moving on in love and light.

Card 4:  I Reap What I Sow

In this prayer, we are affirming that we understand the impact of our behavior in every situation. Sowing and reaping is a law of life that is seen in multiple religions and faith systems. The words that we say to others will return to us. The actions we engage in will determine the actions we receive. The golden rule is to love your neighbor as yourself. Because of the law of sowing and reaping, we must treat others the way we want them to treat us.

This isn't a magic formula that means if you treat others with love, kindness, respect, compassion, mercy, and grace the same person will return those to you. They may. Your behavior may make them ashamed of the way they've acted and prompt them to change, but it isn't a guarantee. In fact, sometimes in life, the nicer we are to people, the worse they treat us.

It is in those situations that we must assess what we are doing in the toxic situation and make a choice to leave. But that doesn't mean that we should stop treating people the way we want to be treated.

Just because you plant a seed doesn't mean you will get a full harvest the next day. Every act of kindness, every time you return kindness for cruelty, and show mercy and grace, you are planting seeds that will grow into a harvest for you to reap. 

Never give up and never let other people's actions dictate your response. You are in charge of the garden you are planting. No one can force you to dig up the seeds you've planted and that's what responding to people in negativity and anger does. 

Remember that you are planting seeds in the garden of your life every day. You will reap a harvest so make sure you are planting the seeds that you want to grow and harvest.

Card 5: Believe You Shall Receive

Mark 11:24 states,  Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them." (KJV) and this card tied together the full reading. If you watch the video of the reading above, you will see that this was a surprise card that fell out from behind card 1 towards the end of the reading.

Our reading is about reaping and sowing and making certain that we are treating people the way we would like to be treated as well as putting up necessary boundaries with those who refuse to treat us correctly. We see that in life, we will reap what we sow, whether we intend to get a harvest or not. This i the law of life, the law of attraction, and the law of karma.

Jesus said that we are to pray in faith and believe that the things we are praying for we will receive them. When we plant a crop of corn, we expect that we will get a harvest of corn. If we plant apple tree seeds, we expect that in time, we will grow an apple tree. No one plants orange seeds and gets tomatoes! In life, our words and actions are the seeds that we plant. If we want the best harvest and the best crop, we need to ensure the seeds we plant are growing in the light of love. Only then, can we be certain that we will receive a harvest that will stand the test of time and not fail.

Faith and believing that you will receive what you pray for is the basis of many traditions, religions, and new-age thought. It is the premise of manifestation, prayer, affirmations, and positive thinking. Some people ascribe to the belief that God is an all-supreme-powerful being that overrides our free will and wreaks havoc in our lives as a way of playing games or teaching lessons.

I don't believe this and it has not been my experience in life. There is tremendous power when we align our intentions, beliefs, words, and actions with things of the higher realms. When we choose to work with God, angels, Jesus, sacred saints and souls, spirit beings that operate on the highest frequencies, our holy spirit guides, and ancestors who are still alive but only in a different realm, we will find true miracles happen.

Whether you are praying, setting intentions, meditating, or speaking affirmations, believe that what you are setting your heart on will happen as long as it is in accordance with God, love, and the highest will of all.

Cards 1 and 5

The fifth card fell out from behind the first card during the reading and something is interesting to note here. In tarot, cards on the left represent the past while cards on the right represent the future. This is because the left goes back in time and the right goes forward into the future. In the images of Jesus depicted on the two cards, the first card has Jesus facing the left while the last card has Jesus facing the right. To me, it's as if Jesus is saying to us, 'In the past, you simply prayed. Now that you have learned how prayer works, it's time to shift your prayers and in the future, pray with faith.'

On the left, Jesus is looking down at the ground as if he is taking his steps very carefully, watching every pebble he steps on. Contrast this with the card that symbolizes how we are to pray in the future. Instead of looking down at the ground as we take each step in life, we are now to look up in the heavens with our faith in Spirit. If you can right-click on the picture and see it bigger, you'll notice two doves are flying in the sky. Jesus is holding his staff and looking up in faith at the doves, the clouds, and heaven. Doves represent the Holy Spirit and this is a different walk of faith, it is a different prayer walk. Yes, we are to pray each day, but we are to rest assured that God hears our prayers and that the things we are praying for we will receive.

We are going to reap what we sow. We are going to receive what we pray for. We will manifest our intentions and reap the harvest of our words and actions. Since this is how the world works, let's make certain to sow seeds of love and reap a harvest that will endure the test of time.

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