Keywords for Gaia’s Garden are, fruition, abundance, reaping what you sow
Gaia’s Garden is the card drawn today, from the Wisdom of the Hidden Realms Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid. Gaia’s Garden is the 18th card of the deck.
In numerology the number 18 becomes 1 + 8 = 9. Number 9 resonates with the energies of; universal love, eternity, faith, universal spiritual laws, the concept of karma, spiritual enlightenment, spiritual awakening, service to humanity, humanitarianism, leading by positive example, philanthropy, charity, self-sacrifice, selflessness, destiny, life purpose.
The influences of the independent and assertive number 1 coupled with the strength and energy of the powerful number 8, carries the vibrations of manifesting abundance, stepping into personal inner-strength, leadership, humanitarianism, independence, and building something of lasting benefit.
When you see Gaia’s Garden, it represents everything you need for manifesting your dreams. Success comes to you from the fruits of your intentions and all is well with the world as a result. So it’s saying, if you continue on this path then you will reap the rewards. You will also know how to move forward in a much more positive way, a way to continue to bring abundance into your life.
Get out and experience your surroundings, whether you’re an urban or country dweller you will find plenty to observe and experience to increase your awareness and understanding of yourself and your part in the world around you. All paths are lifelong learning experiences, the more you immerse yourself in learning and discovering, the richer your path will be. Wherever your path leads and whatever form it takes, may your journey be a blessed one.
Message from the book:
In Gaia’s Garden, you have everything you need to make your dreams come true. There is no shortage of anything, and you are constantly reminded of the Law of Supply. Gaia is the infinite Spirit manifest in all tangible things. She represents the abundance of Nature. When she comes to you as your Ally, she invites you to partake of all the blessings of Life. There will always be enough for everyone. Success comes to you from the fruits of your intentions, and all is well with the world as a result.
This is also a sign to remind you to give thanks and maintain an attitude of humility and gratitude as your greatest good now manifests for you. Gaia’s gifts are sweeter when you share them with others.
When Gaia appears as a Challenger in her Garden, she gently points out that you have forgotten to give back to the world. Or perhaps you have become lazy, expecting fruit to fall from the tree while you rest below its leaves. Gardens require tending, water, and food for the soil. Everything you have within you is needed in the world, so do not underestimate the power of what you have to offer.
A timely effort is called for when Gaia challenges you to help in her Garden. So ask not what you will get, but what you can give. You will be pleasantly surprised by this change of perception. Be careful not to procrastinate too much of the window of your current opportunity might close. Yet even if you do miss this one, as long as you are willing to help in the Garden, you will most certainly see another. ~ Colette Baron-Reid
“Be thankful to the fact that Gaia sustains your life. Since millions of years ago, human beings have lived with Gaia – sometimes being protected and nurtured, and other times threatened and damaged. When living closely with Gaia, people naturally became conscious about and thankful to their lives and Gaia. However, in the late 20th century, we have achieved economic development and technological innovation, and seem to have forgotten respect and gratitude toward Gaia. Each one of us should realize the very basic fact of our life. Appreciate Gaia’s support to our lives. Express gratitude in your action, and spread the action to people around you.” ~ Gaia Initiative
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