Daily Angel Card Reading – November 24, 2016


The crystals I am working with for today are Tree Agate, Snow Quartz and Snowflake Obsidian. I use these crystals to connect to your energy, to connect to the message meant for you, and to send the healing properties of the crystals to you. 


Tree Agate – Assists with introspection and self-discovery. It can give a wider viewpoint of the world. Relieves tension, fever and skin eruptions. It also brings plentiful crops and prosperity, including an abundance of love. Tree Agate is said to be a stone that brings good fortune.

Snow Quartz – Snow quartz is a stone that brings good fortune. It is also a calming and soothing stone. Snow quartz is helpful for meditation, and looking within. Physically, it is said to be particularly beneficial for the immune system.  

Snowflake Obsidian – A stone of purity, Snowflake Obsidian brings about a balance to body, mind and spirit. Snowflake Obsidian helps to keep centered and focused when any type of chaotic situation (office, commute, home, etc.) presents itself. Snowflake Obsidian can remove negativity from a space or person with ease. Volcanic in origin, Snowflake Obsidian helps to draw emotions to the surface and to examine harmful thought patterns. Physically, Snowflake Obsidian is associated with the skeletal and vascular systems, and is said to support smooth skin. 

The crystals for today are again reminding us to find and maintain balance. This has been a theme for the past few days. No matter what arises, we need to stay in our center, the place where we are not bothered by other people’s negativity. The place where we can let go of our own anger and resentments. Meditation and going within is also coming up a lot, so it’s time to get introspective about what you really need to release stress. Spend some time in meditation. Go get a reiki or energy healing treatment. I see skin issues and immune systems coming up within these crystals. Anyone who is struggling with breakouts or being sick often needs to pay attention to the level of stress in your life. It’s so hard once stress takes over, to be aware of it and to actually make it go away. You need to do proactive things to reduce stress in your life. If you can help yourself to be more balanced, your skin will clear up, and your immune system will function better. You will no doubt encounter negativity from others or even yourself today, and you need to let that go and keep centred. These crystals are here to send you calming and balancing energy. They are also here to send you love and prosperity. Let’s see which card is going to come up for today. 

Mountain is the card that came up for today. How beautiful. We overcome so many mountains in life, every single day we are overcoming our own fears, challenges and emotions. Mountains are symbolic of strength. Mountains are also a place where people go for solace and rejuvenation. There is a place within you that is immovable. This is where your strength lies, and where you can always go when you need to overcome obstacles and emotions. This is a beautiful card of going within and finding the mountain of strength and resilience that lies within you. A message of finding the beautiful place within you where you can escape it all, where you can be happy and whole. You don’t have to be passive in any sort of way, you absolutely need to be vigilant regarding everything going on in your life. This card is just reminding you of that inner strength, and your ability to be able to go within to find the place where you can not be disturbed. Finding the place within in you that is solid. A place where you can trust in life and find healing. A place where you feel strong and nothing can change that. Go within today, as many times as you may need, and find that inner strength. Don’t feed into other people’s negativity, or even your own. Managing life’s stress is needed to maintain balance and help heal yourself. Keeping positive is guaranteed to bring good karma and abundance back to you. 

Mountain – (Strength) – The massiveness of the mountain in this image – bearing blankets of snow as particular hues from the sun reflect from its body – evokes a sense of impenetrable and immoveable strength and stature. A mountain’s quiet, resolute immensity leaves us in awe and inspires us to reach for greater heights. Yet, it can also pose challenges. It makes no sense to deny the strength you have at the cost of allowing yourself to be reactive and subject to external influences far beyond what is healthy for you. Imagine yourself as a mountain of strength, solidly grounded in the earth, your head held high as if you were touching the sky. Do so without straining, just as the mountain itself does not strain. The current situation calls for you to be vigilant, but not to the point of fear or paranoia. Be that rock of strength that you are capable of becoming. The solidness of your resolve will be clearly communicated when you model yourself after the towering immensity of a mountain, impenetrable and inscrutable. Standing steady like a rock is what is called for at this time.

This last line really stood out to me… “Standing steady like a rock is what is called for at this time.” My prayers are being sent to Standing Rock and everyone who is out there fighting for the well being of planet Earth, and all it’s inhabitants. I pray for the President to step in and do the right thing, and put a stop to the pipelines once and for all. Can’t you see our desperation! It is time, and we can no longer risk the health of our planet. We need to move toward a future where we are not dependant on oil and chemicals. We need a future free from the clutches and control of corporations. Stand steady and strong Standing Rock. My prayers are with all of you, and our dear Mother Earth. Thank you for your strength and bravery. 

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