Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Daily Draw: The Empress
Book: No want, no need, no lack, manifestation, mother archetype, creation and passion, nurture and give birth to a project, tap into the energy of mother earth
Guidance: Nurture yourself, let your creativity flow, create beauty, take care of yourself
What a wonderful card to pull today. This card reminds me of the beauty and wonder in the world. It also reminds me that I am capable of mothering myself. And I am reminded that throughout my life, I have chose to live. I am worthy of living and being loved and I deserve to have attachments. It was wrong of my grandmother to say not to get attached to me. I am worth being attached to and I am worth loving.
July 7, 2018
It makes me so sad to think about my younger self going through life thinking that she wasn't worthy of love. In a lot of ways, I think that is why I accepted John's bullshit as deep down I did not think I was worthy of love so I was willing to settle for whatever little scraps I could get even if I paid a very high price for them. I've realized in the last few years that I am an amazing person and I am worthy of love. I deserve to have someone in my life who loves me and accepts me just the way I am.
It has taken me 50 years to accept and know deep in my soul that I am worthy of love, but I am and anyone who thinks differently is wrong.
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