Oracle Card of the Day 07 01 2022
Kali Oracle by Alana Fairchild and Illustrated by Jimmy Manton
This aspect of Goddess Kali is the protective mother. She encourages us to come to her with our woes, our anxieties, and the very ugliest of our fears. As the divine mother, she compassionately grants us an audience without hesitation. For a moment, she will take on our burdens so we can fully relax and allow ourselves time to cry. She will not allow us to dwell in delusions or panic attacks.
Once we are ready to begin our journey, Vishvamata will guide us through the most impossible paths to safer ground. We must be willing to put forth the effort of considering her wisdom, no matter how hard it is to hear. She is understanding of our limitations and will meet us where we are even if that place is a sheer cliff.
She stands poised, towering above us – She is not there to kick us when we’re down. She is there to battle on our behalf. She is possibly the strongest ally you could have.
Relax. You’re facing the storm, not running from it. Allow yourself some time to really own how far you’ve come on this journey.
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Tarot cards are similar to Oracle cards in that they are used for obtaining information related to universal messages and fortune telling. Oracle cards tend to provide a more general overview than specific knowledge about a topic. Oracle decks tend to be smaller than Tarot decks. Oracle cards also have a broader range of themes than traditional tarot cards. This is just a basic overview of what Oracle cards are, if you’re interested in more information – I have resources for you!