Oracle Guidance January 11, 2015

Oracle Guidance for week beginning Sunday, January 11, 2015 is from the Vintage Wisdom Oracle by Victoria Moseley, U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

AbundanceWe begin the week with feeling blessed for all that we have.  I am always thankful for what I have, material or non, but to make this a conscious thought, I need to be reminded from time to time.  As the years roll by I have found that my priorities change and my wants are much less important than the  needs.  It’s not to say that there aren’t things I still want, but I have a deep appreciation for what I already have.

“This card calls you to reflect on the abundance already in your possession.  Be thankful for all you have and be open to enjoy the fruits of your labors and the harvest of hard-earned efforts.  Or perhaps you are currently looking for ways to increase the flow of abundance into your life.”

GratitudeTowards the middle of the week we are asked to take the Abundance card to the next level.

“It has been clinically proven that a thankful life is generally a happier life, and it’s easy to forget we often receive a great deal more than we give.  The Gratitude card invites you to unearth the bounty of your daily life by remembering the many reasons to be grateful.  From a cosmic perspective, to become unconditionally grateful for the adventure of life, with all its up and downs and regardless of outcomes, is to merge with the kingdom of God.”

To be truly thankful for everything that comes our way… Not always an easy concept but one that I strive to.

PatienceTo wind up the week we are given the message/gift of patience.  Something that seems to be in short supply more and more these days.

“See how the presence of this card applies to you.  Perhaps the answers you seek are not manifesting in accordance with your expectations, or you feel time is running out.  Patience comes to give you faith in the bigger picture and to help you stand back from your attachments.  Heed her wise council in the face of change or delays by surrendering to the wisdom of divine timing., rather than feeling trapped and frustrated by your own agenda.  Enjoy the rewards of peace and compassion that patience brings. Embrace the shortcomings in yourself and others,and accept the perfection of each passing moment, just the way it is.”

Without a marked degree of patience how can we really make the time to appreciate our abundance or foster gratitude at these levels?  I will endeavor to make a conscious effort to be aware of all my abundance, show gratitude by example and practice patience in every aspect of my day to day, everyday.

I hope you can join me for this exercise as you go through your week.

“These are just some of the fruits and bounties to be discovered as we journey home along the highway of life.  In whatever form, may abundance in all its glory be yours!” ~Victoria Moseley