Spread: Weekly Theme, Weekly Approach, Weekly Challenge
Date: Jan. 2, 2022
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This week we are being asked to carefully review our choices (Weekly Theme: Consequences) – to use hindsight (Weekly Approach) and our conscience as a guide (Weekly Challenge). In Christine’s Guidance, our Guides ask us to recognize that there are two sides to every story and that you have definitely played your part…
If you’ve never seen one of my Weekly Theme, Approach, Challenge Readings before, I’ll explain:
How It Works
The Theme of The Week is overall subject or concerns that will be happening during the week. The Approach To The Week is about what attitude, feelings or actions to try and use regarding the issues. The Challenge of The Week card seems obvious, however, these aren’t always easily accomplished. Lastly, Christine’s Guidance is about How The Cards Come Together, which includes some advice about what you can do to help yourself through the week.
It’s important to me that you know that:
- I do these Readings with the utmost care.
- I have never engineered the choosing of these cards.
- The fact that the cards coincide on a regular basis is absolutely genuine.
- The cards have always been chosen with me asking: “Please show me which card to choose for our Weekly _____. Please help me to choose one for whatever the readers of the post need to know or need help with”.
- The cards are chosen with pure intent for each particular ‘position’ (Weekly Theme, Weekly Approach and Weekly Challenge).
- I read the cards separately and together.
- Christine’s Guidance is written psychically – by the receiving and translation of information from my Guides.
48 • Consequences
Curiosity, temptation, wanting to know. We may often be intrigued by a “what if” scenario. It’s part of nature to want to know, or want to try, and the only way to find out is to try. It’s through such processes that we can grow and avoid stagnation. But there are causes and effects.
Our acts invariably result in consequences, both good or bad. So there is a balance to be struck. Unless we try, we will never know. But equally so, are we fully appreciative of the possible price that may result? From a safer distance of time any nostalgic review can rekindle past events but later viewed in context and a calmer perspective.
22 • Hindsight
Reflections, Looking Back
Successes, failures, mistakes, regrets, all belong in the past and cannot be changed. Some should not be dwelt upon, and we should move on. Both the good and bad have value, have contributed to what we are now, and offer lessons to be learned as well as references for future decisions.
19 • Consciousness
Contemplation, Analysis, Awareness
We share common traits with all other living entities and are linked to them in so many ways. Our humanity is probably best defined by our awareness of ourselves. We can look up at the sky and question why, and contemplate our role in the universe. We have the freedom of choice and are capable of rational thought beyond survival and procreation. We can question relative values and choose right from wrong.
How The Cards Come Together
This week we are being asked to carefully review our choices – to use hindsight and our conscience as a guide. Recognize that there are two sides to every story and you have definitely played your part.
Put yourself into the other side’s shoes… Ask yourself… What would you have experienced from that perspective?
However, we are also being warned not to dwell in the past… there may be a tendency to overlook details and remember with emotional preference rather than accuracy.
Our consciousness is both a blessing and a curse. We have the capacity to consider variables and options for the future, and then allow ourselves to either be encouraged or troubled by it.
Remember that there is no advantage to worrying about things in which we cannot change.
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