Kuan Yin Oracle Card
Hi, Marilyn Harper here. This has been a very intense day, and I was just sitting here in my front room looking out at the beautiful lake. And just feeling gratitude for everything that I’m experiencing and everything that’s happening.
I even have flat hair. I did put lipstick on for you, but I thought it’s all about transparency, isn’t it? I just wanted to share something with you.
I actually pulled a card for you and for me, these are Kuan Yin Oracle cards. You know, a friend of mine gave me these cards and I just love them.
Mother of Mercy
I pulled, “Mother of Mercy” and I thought, “Oh my goodness, what does that mean?”
This says, “Dispensations of mercy come when we are without recourse. Ending a cycle of manipulation, unkindness or unconsciousness.”
I choose to end that cycle. I don’t know if you do, but I recommend it. “The spiritual assistance is offered to you now from a place of loving respect, kindness, and great spiritual power. Blessings to Kuan Yin, Mother of Mercy, who watches over us with attentive love and care for our spiritual progress.”
Let me read that again because you know, my glasses are kind of tricky, or maybe I’m just reading kind of tricky. “Blessings to Kuan Yin, Mother of Mercy, who watches over us with attentive love and cares for our spiritual progress.”
In Spiritual Progress
You know, we’re all in spiritual progress.
I love these cards. They all have a different picture on the back of them. This is one of my favorite poses of Kuan Yin. You know, it’s just one of my favorites. She’s calm, she’s relaxed, she’s got jewelry on. She’s just focusing on the compassion of her life as the Mother of Mercy.
So, that’s kind of what we have here, is we are the mothers of mercy. We are the fathers of mercy.
We must have mercy with ourselves. And I think that that’s probably, I don’t know, the hardest person to have mercy with. I must need to do that because it brings up emotion.
You know, it is about being transparent. It is not about stuffing back energy as many light plurkers do. And I know I’m an expert at it. It’s not about stuffing those emotions back. It’s about having mercy with our self. To rekindle the kindness and love of compassion as we do with Kuan Yin.
Are You Being Merciful?
Are you being merciful with yourself? Are you being a mother of mercy, or a father of mercy, or a person of mercy, (that’s an effective term), with all other people that are around you?
Let’s do that this week and see what happens. It’ll be fun, won’t it?
Namaste y’all, Namaste.
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