18 November: The Friends

Today’s Faeries Oracle card was retrospective.  I asked what I could learn looking back on the day and the message was not at all cryptic or oracular. It was the friends, and a reminder that love and friendship are everywhere, especially with the people close to you.

Love and friendship,
Trisha

17 November: The Maiden

Today’s Faeries’ Oracle card is the Maiden. I find it interesting that I am drawing her, the moon is just beginning to wax again and it is the maiden’s time. The Maiden’s presence represents a very auspicious time for new beginnings.

The Maiden’s presence also indicates a need to take care of the details.  I am not sure of the significance of the card in my life right now. There are lots of things that I want to start, and perhaps this is sign that I should just begin. Yes, I will take it as a sign that I should begin.
Love and beginnings,
Trisha

16 November: The Faery Who Was Kissed by the Pixies (Reversed)

Today’s Faeries’ Oracle card has to do with love and the playful attitude that love inspires. In it’s reversed position it speaks of denying love, perhaps not acting in the most loving way available.

I am confused by today’s card, perhaps it is speaking to me of seeing things in absolute, categorizing behaviour as loving or unloving. Love is an energy and not a behaviour. Yes, this begins to make sense. What people do when they are not at their best is not a true representation of who they are and how they feel about us. The wounds are real, but their existence does not mean that the person who inflicted them did not love or care about us, it means that they may perhaps have been a little bit damaged and as a human, not quite capable of perfect love all the time.

Love and insights,
Trisha

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14 November: Ekstasis (Reversed)

Today’s Faeries Oracle card is Ekstatis on her head.  When Ekstasis is reversed it may represent sorrow and grieving. She reminds us that we must feel all of our feelings, including sorrow and grief, that these melancholic notes are also part of the great song. We should allow these notes to flow allowing the energy to move through us.

Jessica advises us:

It is important to let ourselves feel what we feel, without denial or blocking, so that we process those feelings naturally, until they transform within us. Only by finding creative expression for such feelings may we complete their processes and move beyond them. If life is not going as you wish, LIVE IT! Acknowledge it, express it creatively and appropriately, go through it and beyond it.

At the moment I need to witness some not so pleasant parts of my past and truly allow myself to feel the negative and sadness associated with them. This is a challenge for me, but it is something healthy and something that will lighten my load at the end.

Love and sorrow,
Trisha

13 November: The Oak Men

This is a card that carries with it a sense of timelessness, of completely understanding and accepting the natural processes and seasons.

The Oak Men’s presence reminds me that what I need to know is not something that I can fathom with a superficial glance. My life experiences at the moment requires deep reflection and that hasty action would be ill advised in this situation.

Love and patience,
Trisha

12 November: The Fee Lion

Today I have said to myself that I want to bear witness to some less than pleasant parts of my past. I know it will not be easy, but I know in my soul that it will be good to me. To release some emotional historical baggage that is literally weighing me down. So perhaps it is particularly fitting that I drew the final card in the Faeries’ Oracle deck reminding me that this process will represent the end of a chapter in my life.

The Fee Lion himself often looks out accusingly and hurt from his card, he reminds us of putting other people’s needs before our own in a way that is neither productive nor healthy only causes complications in the long run.

Part of his essence is the tidying up of loose ends and of letting go of things that no longer serve us.

Love and trepidation,
Trisha

11 November: Tobaira of the Waters (Reversed)

Tobaira, is the faery guide and guardian of the healing wells. She reminds us that healing is always available when we are ready and open to it.

The key point is a number of ailments are messages from our spirit, calling our attention back to wounds and baggage that we have not left behind. Tobaira knows the importance of looking at the past, if necessary, experiencing the emotions that we suppressed in order to allow ourselves to truly heal. Healing is a gift, but it is one that we need to work towards, like riding a bike over challenging terrain, it requires preparedness and commitment. To truly heal we need to accept the hurt completely and leave it behind.
Love and healing,
Trisha

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9 November: The Faery Who Was Kissed by the Pixies

Hello,

Today’s faery card is all about love, and specifically, today about me learning to love myself. I was abused and bullied as a child which has left some scars. One of these scars is the rationalization that I deserved it because…I was fat, I was ugly, I was unworthy.

All of those rationalizations are what is called, BULLSHIT, I did not deserve what happened to me. I am now in a place where I can begin to heal myself, and that is what Lys was trying to tell me yesterday. I can heal. I am special.

By deciding to get healthy physically I am literally dropping that baggage. I don’t for a moment believe that all the weight that I am carrying is just physical, my weight, like the rest of me, is far more complicated and intertwined than that. But with every positive choice that I am making, I am reminding myself that I am special and I can do this. Perhaps, more accurately, I am special and I am doing this.

Love and realizations,
Trisha

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