Today’s blog post is about the Four of Spades. I’ve included excerpts from a session we did. (italicized below).
Within this new work that I am doing now with Randi (because of what she is channeling), I’ve been asking a lot about the cards and how they can continue to help us as we move into this new way of BEing.
When reading any post about a card, you can take the information and apply it to a card draw when you use the cards for personal divination, or if you have the card in your forecast or birth spread.
“So the Spades are about a focusing of energy, and are about lifestyle, but in this particular instance we as omniscience are so general, so vast, so broad… and that is what you all are coming to understand more and more in this Age of Omniscience – that reality is contingent on a focusing. Otherwise, all things exist at all times, but how does one experience any of that? It’s simply a matter of focus and that is what you all have chosen to do in coming into human lives as these personalities.”
We’ve been ensconced in a linear way of viewing life. We needed to have the construct of “time” in order to make sense of things and to move forward. Even Albert Einstein taught that time doesn’t exist.
Everything exists at the same time.
What we do when we chose a life, experience, place, journey, personality, purpose, etc., is we focus our energy on a specific thing.
“So the four of spades is about that repeated stabilization of focus in the sense that four tends to be stability, four does tend to be equanimity, or that notion of a square; that notion of a foundational shape which one can build things on.”
The Four of Spades represents our main block of focus on that which sets up the foundation for the life/work/health we desire to have.
In a birth spread or forecast, when a Four of Spades shows up, it indicates that we will be satisfied and content with our work and health. It is somewhat neutral – a middle of the road- where we feel good and comfy with life.
But, let’s take this a step further-
The Four of Spades is saying: “Hone in your focus, set up your foundation, feel yourself supported by Source.”
Your dedication to building a foundation is supported by your omniscience, by the dedication to your passion. You create a routine, a structure to build upon and a focused frequency for your goal.
The Four of Spades sits at Jupiter & Venus – two very prosperous planets.
You can’t manifest your desires if you constantly change your mind and don’t stay focused long enough to allow your energy to take form. The creative 3 energy needs somewhere to focus, something to hone in on and take root.
If you have a desire or idea, and you keep it in the back of your mind and all you do with it is think:
…it can’t be done
…I’m not ready
…this is too hard
…I don’t have the money to do this…
then you are dissipating the energy of the idea, making it impossible before it can even become possible.
The Four of Spades is necessary in order for your idea/desire to take root and become a part of your life.
Your desire becomes a focus of that particular frequency.
Once your foundation and focus is set up, then along comes the next step – we move to the 5 energy. We need change to keep us moving forward.
The downside of the 4 is in getting stuck, complacent and living in our comfy little rut.
Once we feel secure and solid (4 energy) we can become stubborn and refuse to change, expand or grow. Or, we become so focused on maintaining that stability, that we won’t allow anything new to come into our lives – which would help us to expand and grow.
We need the non-stable energies in our lives so we can stop living in reaction mode.
Think about something in your life that happens and you feel as if it was done to you and you react. Maybe it is a family member who hits your buttons, or something in your job that keeps throwing you off, or a behavior that keeps showing up in a relationship that annoys you. Do you just continue to react, or do you stop and realize that it is YOUR choice and you can create a different situation?
Have you excepted these situations as your foundation? (Just how things are?) or do you use this focus that the Spades represents to choose an alternative way of being that is a happier, healthy foundation for you?
When you see the Spades suit symbol, see it as that point that you direct – the energy you have 100% control over. Where are you directing it? Are you creating the foundation for your dreams and goals?
We all love to be safe, secure and stable (well…except those who are fives!), but life isn’t meant to be constant. As it is said, the only constant is change.
“We want to introduce this concept of change, even with this four because that is what it is to be focusing in a frequency. It is taking it to a point, and just when you hone in on that point, it changes again. That is what it is to be outside of time.”
In the Age of Omniscience, we are learning to live outside the limitations of time. We are also understanding that with each thing we want and experience, it is merely a focusing of frequency.
In this Age of Omniscience, that is what soul growth is!
Do you fear or dislike change? Is there an area of your life where you feel shaky or unstable? If you have a dream or goal, do you build a stable foundation for it by directing your energy?
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