There's promise in the air. A gentle tingling up the spine, it's time to act on plans that have already been decided upon. So many hopes and goals, I find myself drawn to limit efforts to only two: one for my family and one for myself.
Recent astrological events suggest that the Universe is apt to be more helpful now (that's for all my fellow Taureans, too,) and I've this same point echoed in recent Tarot readings, as well. My own feeling of the energetic currents warrants feelings of anticipation and urgency, but also the confidence to take the steps that need to be taken.
The goal to focus on for my family is an easy one, something that we've wanted for so long and have made attempts for in the past, yet didn't have enough of the detail worked out for it to truly be successful. I also think there was much that had to take place in order for us to be ready not just to achieve it, but to handle achieving it as well. I'm being overly vague here, and I apologize for that, but this goal is something that is so dear to me that I still dare not speak a word of it to anyone but my husband and children. My superstitions are showing, but if it aids in our mutual success, than I've really no problems with that.
I am struggling a bit on what to work on for myself. Should I choose something that I've already been taking active steps in? Or should I choose one of the secrets in my heart and work on that which I've held close and hoped for the right timing. This could be that timing. I'm giving myself till nightfall to decide, at that point the children will be in bed and I will have the assurance of a quiet moment to think, plan, and act.
Throwing the Bones
Whether you're struggling with something spiritually or in everyday life, bone divination can highlight areas where focus is needed and identify alternative ways forward.
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