Oracle Guidance for week beginning Sunday, July 13, 2014 is from the Green World Oracle by Kathleen Jenks 2013, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
A major transition is in the works this week, especially where relationships are concerned. Nothing stays the same, and it shouldn’t, so don’t expect all aspects of any relationship to remain the same. Non-changing, non- movement, creates a stagnant atmosphere. Adaptability is key to continued growth and sustainability. This includes all parties involved, or just one ends up carrying the heavy load and pretenses will eventually crumble away. Continue reading
Oracle Guidance for week beginning September 1, 2013 brought to you by the Green World Oracle by Kathleen Jenks (illustrated by Sandra Stanton.
To avoid burnout, take the time to recharge your batteries and reserves. Make the time to hang out and commune with the people who can help you and in turn you will help them by completing the re-charge circuit and everyone benefits.
“Beeches like their own company and survive best in dense forests, where some have lived for nearly 250 years. Those growing in more open spaces tend to develop heavy, gnarled branches – and then, with little warning, they may die. Denied closer companionship, it is as if they see no point in continuing such extravagant growth.