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All cycles naturally reach their end and begin anew
Masinda Lodge, South Africa

 

Hi everyone:
Perhaps because it is Remembrance Day tomorrow we are contemplating endings and new beginnings. More changes are being asked of us this week and it will be much easier if we go with the flow.
If you are interested, I am attaching a link to the film; Time of the Sixth Sun, an amazing and hopeful documentary about the new era we've entered since the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012. Humanity is awakening to a higher consciousness. Have a great week.

Love, Caro
https://timeofthesixthsunlaunch.com/timeofthesixthsun?utm_source=ManyChat&utm_medium=Broadcast&utm_campaign=nov6th-2019 

 Death
Mystic Dreamer Tarot by Heidi Darras and Barbara Moore © 2008 Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
 2143 Wooddale Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125. All rights reserved, used by permission.
 

The Death card simply means change and transformation. A way of life may be ending for you or a cycle finishing that induces fear of the unknown. The key is to embrace this change, whether it be the end of a job, a relationship, aging or moving on. Without death there is no life. You have already planted the seeds for success and new opportunities will emerge that you never dreamed of! If this card is upside down, you may be fearing actual death or resisting inevitable change, causing you such pain. Do not call your fears to come teach you a lesson. Surrender to the natural cycle of life, death and rebirth. Soon your your spirit will fly free.
Love, Caro:)

When we release fear we are reborn
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