Tarot Card of the Day
8 of Cups (Deck: Light Seer’s Tarot by Chris-Anne)
A woman leaves a bowl with a flame in it, floating in a pool and walks away. Not looking back. No regrets. This is something we all have to do in our lives sometimes. When something no longer serves us or our highest good, we have to let it go and not look back. It may be a partner, a job, a house, a friendship, a possession. It could be anything. People with chronic diseases have to give up many things, and it’s best not to look back and regret leaving them behind. Just look forward. One of my favorite sayings is “Live in the Present, Plan for the Future, Learn from the Past.” Learn the lesson you needed from this situation, then leave it behind you. This can be difficult when you suffer a traumatic event, and you may need therapy to learn to leave it behind. That’s ok. It’s ok to need help to leave things behind. You may need to talk about it with a friend, family, or therapist to help you put it behind you. The important thing is to remember that it is in the past and can no longer hurt you if you choose not to let it. Learn the lesson, and move on. And no, it doesn’t happen immediately. It takes time and patience and love from those around you. But it can be done. I’ve done it and so can you!
What in your life do you need to give up and leave behind to serve your highest good? What lesson do you need to take forward with you when you leave it behind? Talk to someone you trust and Let. It. Go.