CARD OF THE DAY – JUSTICE REVERSED

Good afternoon my wonderful siblings.  Hope you are having a beautiful and abundant day. Today is a new day and with each new day with a new energy and a fresh card.

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Today we will delve into the energy of Justice and what it means to be in opposition.

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Key Concepts for this card are: Karma, Unwillingness, Fear, a lack of responsibility, too much responsibility, self-reflection, judgmental, flexibility with authority, making mistakes, and acceptance.

I’m so happy that this card has made an appearance. Isn’t it great that this healing energy of acceptance and self-reflection is with us today?

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Are you ready to go down the rabbit hole that is Justice Reversed?

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Each and every one of us has a Karmic debt. Karma is the residual energy and intention of an action, thought or a whole lifetime. Karma can be influenced by the location and time of conception and birth. Some people have great karma; others have chosen paths where they have made mistakes to incur negative Karma. Others have held on to past life experiences or limiting and harmful beliefs that precipitate negative Karma. Yet others martyr their life and karmic influence by taking on the karmic debt of humanity, in doing this they shoot themselves in the foot.  Where have you seen confirmation of your personal karma? Are you allowing the positive or negative Karma of others to effect you?

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In one word I can sum up most of the key words from this card – FEAR – most negative actions and reactions we experience are based on some form of fear.

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Unwillingness shows a fear of being incompetent or too competent. It shows a fear of lack. Unwillingness can limit your ability to receive abundance in all areas. How has fear limited your willingness to accept change? How has your unwillingness to trust your instincts affected your life and the lives of others? What will it take for you to feel competent and confident in your abilities? What will it take for you to feel secure and know abundance will flow as soon as you are willing to accept it?

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Okay confession time… I have a problem taking on the karmic debt of humanity. I was very close to some real atrocities as a child and that scar has festered for years. I am diligently working on releasing that debt and changing my life to meet my personal mores.

Every one of us has responsibilities, from watering the plants to keeping up with a business. We each have a responsibility to ourselves to be accountable for our thoughts and actions. This card warns us to be more responsible for ourselves.

How often do you take on the responsibilities of others? How often do you refuse to acknowledge a mistake or take responsibility for an action? How wonderful would it be if everyone would acknowledge their mistakes and forgive themselves for not being perfect? What do you need to acknowledge to someone or to yourself? What do you need to forgive yourself for?

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Judgment in reversed is a card of deep reflections. We must occasionally look at our shadow selves and accept without judgment that we are worthy of self-acceptance. The dark aspects within us are a vital to our internal harmony. These aspects are the primal portion that we “civilized” people burry and ignore. The acceptance of our darker side, the side that wants to yell, the side that wants to live in fear, the side that just wants to stay safe and sound in our little cave, is part of our intuition.  When we accept our dark side is only trying to keep us safe, we can personify it and guide it to a higher level of consciousness. Have you asked that scared little kid that makes up your darker self what their name is?   If you could talk to your dark side what would you ask? What will it take for you to accept and love your darker aspects?

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Everyone makes mistakes, however some are bigger than others. For those of you who are dealing with some form of Authority that is harassing you because you made a mistake, sincerely ask for forgiveness from yourself before you ask the authority figure. When you willingly accept the mistake and show that you have learned from it Authority figures tend to be flexible. Consider what motivated the mistakes you have made. Were the mistakes made due to ignorance or just a lack of knowledge? Did you accept the mistake and move on? Are you repeatedly making the same or similar mistakes? If so what possible lesson are you missing? Could you be looking at the mistake from a different angle? What was the biggest mistake you made and how did it affect your life, would you do it differently if you could?

Have you lovingly accepted who you are and your past mistakes, fully knowing and accepting that you created the environment you are in and will create where you will be next?

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Peace, Love and Good Vibes my beautifully unique siblings.

SRWM ~ Steffi

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