26 Jun The Madame’s Bone Oracle Reading 06.26.20
The Spirits chose BIRTH, AIR, and EARTH from The Madame’s Bone Oracle this morning.
BIRTH: Beginning, Go Forward, Future
AIR: Learning, Creating, Intuition, Psyche, Mental State
EARTH: Money, Property, Family, Health, Physical Body, Mundane Solution
Today’s message is about learning (AIR) new (BIRTH) strategies to deal with mundane (EARTH) matters. The combination of AIR (learning, mental aspects, new beginnings) and EARTH (mundane matters, stability, practicality) lead us to finances, and using these strategies to conquer financial obstacles. It seems that no matter the amount of money, we never see it as enough. Our society is built on consumerism and the byproduct of that is the feeling of lack and the fear of such. This is not to say that those aren’t valid worries – we may be “spirits having a human experience”, but we are still humans nonetheless, and we still need mundane things like food, clothing, and shelter – and all of those things require money. The Spirits want us to evaluate our thoughts, beliefs and feelings regarding finances from a different point of view today: finances as a means to an end, instead of the end goal. Sounds simple, but most of us don’t realize the emotional connection to finances that many of us carry: when we have money – we are happy, and when we don’t have money – we are sad. We make more money, spend just as much, and then fall back into the “lack of” thoughts. Here’s a metaphor: We need a pen to write a letter (old school, I know). The pen is the means to the end (the end being communication). If we don’t have a pen, we wouldn’t sit around and mope and be sad about it. We would find a pencil, or a crayon, or a marker, or we would just type up a text or email, or even – gasp! – make a real phone call! We would look for other strategies to accomplish our goal of communicating. How can we apply that to our financial strategies? Were you taught financial skills by your parents? How have you learned the things you know about finances? Are you able to maintain balance in your finances? Do you have a poverty mindset – meaning no matter how much you have, you feel there is a deficit, or that you don’t “deserve” to have more than you do? These are aspects to analyze today and give some thoughts to new strategies to overcome financial obstacles you may find in your path.