New Moon Zen Pull...
FOLLOW YOUR INTUITION AND SELECT
THE FIRST CARD THAT CALLS TO YOU
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It is a time when the deeply buried wounds of the past are coming to the surface, ready and available to be healed. When we are under the healing influence of the King of Water, we are no longer hiding from ourselves or others. In this attitude of openness and acceptance we can be healed, and help others also to be healthy and whole.
2. BEYOND ILLUSION
The card reminds us not to look outside for what is real but to look within. When we focus on the externals, we too often get caught up in judgments — this is good, this is bad, I want this, I don't want that. These judgments keep us trapped in our illusions, our sleepiness, our old habits, and patterns. Drop your opinionated mind, and move inside. There, you can relax into your own deepest truth, where the difference between dreams and reality is already known.
When we are faced with a very difficult situation, we have a choice: we can either be resentful, and try to find somebody or something to blame for the hardships, or we can face the challenge and grow. The flower shows us the way, as its passion for life leads it out of the darkness and into the light. There is no point fighting against the challenges of life or trying to avoid or deny them. They are there, and if the seed is to become a flower, we must go through them. Be courageous enough to grow into the flower you are meant to be.
MOO TO SET THE ZEN MOOD
Sandalwood Spice Body Scrub
Sandalwood has been used for centuries by many ancient civilizations for its endless magickal and healing properties. Deeply inspired by its lure and history, we have created a beautiful cleansing scrub with the beloved oil. Our Sandalwood Spice Body Scrub invites you to relax and unwind while deeply cleansing and nurturing your body. The grounding aromas of sandalwood, clove, and spice are a perfect addition to your self-care and a unique way to create a meditative practice.
SONGS TO SET THE ZEN MOOD
Mother of the World by Constance Demby
Elephant Parade by Jon Brion