Prairie Tarot offers us hope, generosity and inner balance.
I love this image of a Native American woman generously pouring water into a stream. Beside her are seven stars, in the colours and order most often attributed to the chakras. This is a common theme in this deck, especially in the suit of wands, which we haven't seen much this week. The message I see here is that a connection with the flow of life, and an unblocking of the flow of our own inner energy through our chakras, opens us to new possibilities. The fact that it is a Native American woman suggests that this balance comes from a respect for nature and her cycles, and a valuing of community.
Today, I need to work on balancing myself for sure. I've had a streaming cold for the last few days, feeling barely able to think let alone get down to any serious work. My hope, then, is for healing, while a snarky bit of me sees in this image my nose, generously pouring forth its fluids for another day - bleurgh! There are cycles to colds, too, and it's often best not to fight them - that just puts off the worst for later. So, I shall accept this, while hoping for it to pass.
I am grateful for lemsip.
Update: Thanks to Helen for her inspiration! Here's another gratitude:
I am grateful for simple moments that allow me to feel in touch with the universe.