Sisters of the Seasons: Daily Psychic Tarot

Sisters of the seasons - Daily psychic tarotKeywords for Sisters of the Seasons are, cycles of growth, natural law, Divine order

Sisters of the Seasons is the card drawn today from the Wisdom of the Hidden Realms Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid. Sisters of the Seasons is the 17th card in the deck.

In numerology the number 17 is a combination of 1 + 7 = 8. The number 8 represents: truth, good judgement and problem-solving, organisation and organizing, achieving and achievements, decisiveness, control, constant, ambition, the authoritarian, challenge, efficiency, trustworthiness, insight, planning and the planner, sociability, works independently, learning through experience, true justice, retreat, patience, caution, self-discipline, free-will, insight, spiritual consciousness, expansion, dissolution.

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When you see Sisters of the Seasons, it reminds you that there are cycles for everything, just as there are cycles for the seasons. During your time here on the earth, you will find that you have periods of intense learning and growth followed by times of quietude where you absorb what was learned in that time of growth.

What lessons will you learn today?

Growth is a natural part of life and an important component of human evolution. It is something that is unavoidable, inevitable and yet very manageable. Your circumstances, needs, desires, and behaviours must therefore naturally change and evolve alongside these cycles of life, or you risk undermining your personal levels of happiness and fulfilment.

You are greeted by the Summer sister. Summer is widely considered the time when people become social butterflies and start spending more time outdoors. You’ll be looking forward to gatherings with friends and family at barbeques and other social events.

Ancient wisdom tells us that summer is the upside of the cycle of energy, when there is more light than darkness and when natural rhythms speed up. Summer is traditionally a time to get out and about, enjoying the sun and warmth. Enjoying projects that you thought up in the winter and launched in the spring.

The concept of summer in European languages is associated with growth and maturity, especially that of cultivated plants, and indeed summer is the season of greatest plant growth in regions with sufficient summer rainfall. Festivals and rites have been used in many cultures to celebrate summer in recognition of its importance in food production.

Every season has its own beauty and treasures within the scheme of things. I encourage you to remove the negative thoughts and prepare yourself to think more optimistically. The sun gives you vitamin D and lifts your spirits, especially for those of you that suffer from S.A.D. Enjoy.

Message from the book:

When the Sisters of the Seasons meet you on your path, they remind you that everything has a natural rhythm that obeys a higher law. Just as the seasons magically pass, be reminded that the nature of birth, growth, harvest, and decay cannot be altered.

So if you keep on your path with determination and discernment, allowing for the natural course of events to unfold, success is assured.

Divine appropriate timing is guiding your desires into perfect manifest form. This is not a very good period to start new things. Continue with patience, and be aware of the rhythms of your opportunities. There will be periods when things slow down and begin anew, move into fruition, and then slow down again in a never-ending natural flow.

Be mindful of which Sister greets you, for she points directly at the next. Every moment counts now. ~ Colette Baron-Reid

I believe in process. I believe in four seasons. I believe that winter’s tough, but spring’s coming. I believe that there’s a growing season. And I think that you realize that in life, you grow. You get better. ~ Steve Southerland

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