The Soul-Full Sunday oracle guidance for the week beginning Sunday, January 17, 2016, is from The Sirian Starseed Tarot by Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha. 2012 – North Atlantic Books.
We begin the week with Indigo (Magician), the new, the beginning, focused intention, concentration, and the art of manifestation.
In traditional Tarot, The Magician is the archetypal representation of Me, Myself, and I. Self-confidence and mastery are his tool set. His message is pretty simple, that you must believe in yourself and your abilities and success may be yours through the application of talent and effort. You have the ability to manifest what you desire, you need only apply yourself and learn how to transform your situation to be favorable to your needs.
Indigo asks these questions of you: How am I using my potential to manifest my desires? Am I using the tools available to me to affect my reality? What experience do I bring to the situation that can impact others? Am I misusing my power to achieve my desired outcome?
“I will love the night for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness for it shows me the stars.” ~OG Mandino
The middle of the week brings us The Star, peace, calm, healing, and hope. Hope being the driving force for Hope is what keeps us going, seeking, believing, and striving for all that is good. Hope replenishes, recharges, and contains healing powers to ease suffering in any form. Hope goes hand in hand with faith. Faith in ourselves, and in each other. Faith that all will be well brings peace of mind and Hope keeps us afloat.
The Star clears the pathway for the new to come into manifestation. The manifestation we will have begun in Indigo, is assured a clear path to success.
The Star asks: What do I dream for the future? What will this transition be like? How am I working toward healing the planet and others? Do I shine the light for others to share? How does my trust reflect upon my path?
As we go into the end of the week we are presented Luna (The Moon). The Moon can illicit uncomfortable feelings for some, dreaded thoughts and nightmares of shadowy thoughts and shadowy things. But I tend to think that is an unfair assessment. The Moon, or Luna, is mysterious and aloof as she travels through the heavens seemingly unaware or indifferent to the rest of the cosmos. She is moody and both shy and bold at the same time. Does she cast shadows or does she illuminate? The answer is “yes”, because only your perspective can answer that at any given time. She is a reflection only of the light in her realm at any given time. She does not generate the light, only reflects what light is shared with her. When she is dark, we are left to rely on our other senses in order to navigate. Of course the Star(s) are more constant and are always there to help show us the way, barring a cloudy night. Take this time to look within, pay greater attention to your dream messages and your instincts. Listen to the depths of your subconscious. Your dreams may have answers for you.
Luna brings up questions to ask: How am I being moody and emotionally unsettled? What keeps me distracted from achieving joy and higher states of consciousness? Am I like the different phases of the moon? Why do I show only one face to the world and hide the other?