Meditation & Tarot: King of Swords, Stability

Tarot Guidance
King of Swords
King of Swords
Be aware of your thoughts.
Try to stay clear and objective in your thinking.
Allow yourself to notice any anxiety.
If you’re anxious, you may not be seeing the bigger picture.
Invite yourself to understand how your perceptions and thoughts are creating anxiety.
Try to step back to see the bigger picture.
Ask for Guidance in being able to see the bigger picture.
Ask for Guidance in letting go of any attachment to how you think things should be.

15-minute Meditation
Set a timer for 15 minutes
Find a comfortable position
Lying on your stomach or back, kneeling in prayer position or being in child’s pose may feel appropriate for this practice

Say a prayer out loud or silently for guidance for your practice
Or feel yourself connected to Spirit, God, Source, Creation, Oneness

Bring awareness to your breath
Bring awareness to your heart and your heartbeat

Feel the surface below you
Feel your connection to the surface below you

Imagine a tree trunk
Imagine yourself stable and firmly connected to the ground in the same way a tree trunk is stable and firmly connected to the ground

Say a prayer silently or out loud, giving thanks for your practice and blessings
Or feel yourself connected to Spirit, Source, God, Creation, Oneness

Meditation and Guidance are channeled weekly. Cari’s Meditations include self-healing and self-actualization tools for you to use anytime, anywhere. Practice once or twice daily. If your mind wonders, it’s perfectly normal. Realizing you’re thinking about something else and refocusing is part of the practice. For Guided Meditations with Cari at The Greenbrier Resort, call 888.598.8412. 

Check back on Sundays or subscribe to this blog for the current channeling. Go to www.SarahElkins.com, to read poetry inspired by these meditations. Sarah’s poem will be posted by 2/9/15.

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