While I am well-known for my work with the Tarot, I do occasionally dabble with Oracle cards. Tarot, I will admit, comes to me a bit more naturally than Oracle, and I attribute this to the fact that Tarot came to me in a dream, urging me to study it, and eventually work with it professionally. I was first exposed to Oracle through my Reiki Master-Teacher, who would bring a deck with her to our weekly Reiki clinic, encouraging us to pull a card at the beginning of our get-together. As with Tarot, I like the visual aspects of Oracle, and would glean intuitive insights from the images, more than from the words printed on the cards. Even with this, I still found myself continually gravitating back to my beloved Tarot, having a few Oracles in my collection.
From time to time, though, an Oracle will cross my path that I feel I can work with. When I wanted to bring a new element to my Intuitive Insights page on Facebook, I decided to post cards from the newest Oracle in my life, which is the Indigo Angel Oracle by Doreen Virtue, and her son, Charles Virtue, published by Hay House.
And, I also thought, if I could do it there, why not here? And, so it is.
When a card is posted either on my Facebook page, or here on this blog, I shuffle the cards and either one will jump and fall from the deck, or I will pull one at random (which is more like an intuitive prompt). Going with this process, the card pulled today, from the Indigo Angel Oracle, is Compassion.
When Compassion comes to you, the message is to treat others as you would like to be treated. Compassion, as action, means that how you act (and react) affects everyone around you and everything in your life.
As the Universal Law of Cause and Effect states that what you put out is what you get back, keep this in mind as you go about your day and your interactions with others. If you feel you are not being treated fairly by others, take a moment and check in with yourself to see how you might be a higher energetic demonstration of “Compassion in Action” at that moment.
Lastly, just as you are being asked to demonstrate compassion for others, do not forget to be compassionate with yourself; for this is also true: How we treat ourselves is how we will allow others to treat us.
Your partner in being “compassion in action,”