Readers of Infinity: Acceptance

From Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot Deck
From Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot Deck

Here is this week’s channeled message from Jeanne:

Enter now a phase of acceptance. Enter now the passageway that will lead to further growth. There is nowhere else to go. There is no turning back, for you are all well along on your journeys.

Allow yourself to accept where you are and what you are confronted with. Do not yearn to jump ahead or skip this most important step of your journey. You are where you are for a reason. Find out what it is. Without judging or condemning the self, without spoiling your deep and prosperous progress, allow your place to be momentously productive.

This is where I find myself. I am on a journey of remembering. This is what I must discover about myself. This is what I must accept. This is what I need.

And so, let the self be the seeker that you truly are, unafraid to uncover the truth, for indeed; the truth will set you free.

After I channeled today’s message something drew me to pull a card from the tarot deck for all of you, to accompany today’s message from Jeanne. This is what I got, the Six of Swords. Here is some guidance from The Tarot Handbook by Angeles Arrien:

“The Six of Swords is science of mind, the objective mind or the fair-witnessing mind…It’s the mind that considers the whole…The cross itself is a universal symbol of integration, synthesis and blessing, and so the Six of Swords represents the integrative mind that recognizes sources of inspiration that are sometimes unexplainable…The astrological aspect that is found on this card is Mercury in Aquarius. Mercury is represented at the top of the card and is the planet that is associated with communication. Aquarius is the astrological sign that is most associated with originality, innovation and pioneering work, and is the sign located at the bottom of the card. Mercury in Aquarius indicates the ability to communicate new things in such an objective way that they can be received and heard. Objective communication is the ability to communicate in such a way that it is non-threatening and it allows people to consider new ideas, thoughts, beliefs or attitudes from perspectives that they had not previously considered. The Six of Swords represents the mind that can consider multiple things at once, which is represented by all the pinwheels and criss-crossing in the background of this card…When you pull this card, it indicates that in the next six weeks or the next six months, it’s important for you to look at things as they are rather than as you want them to be…”

I think this card goes very nicely with today’s message as Jeanne asks us to face where we are now, accepting our truths, offering guidance on just how to do that, by asking us to consider our wholeness from as many new angles as possible in order to reach a new truth. -Jan

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