Archive | October 2017

Big News – The Daily Drawing Returns

A New View and Outlook

The Daily Tarot Meditation Drawing Returns November 1st, 2017

It’s been a long year of struggle, challenge and change. From health issues to moving to a new home in a new state, we’ve been on a roller coaster ride this year. I think things have finally settled down and improved on all fronts. I believe the only constant in the Divine Universe is that things change. How you allow those events to impact you is totally up to you. You can fight them tooth and nail, and often make things worse. Or you can allow the Universe to push you where you need to be and guide the flow as best you can. We’ve been guided to the foothills of North Carolina and a healthier environment with a much better outlook for the future.

The year thus far has truly played out in this years motto:
I go with the flow and accept that all things move in their right time and space.
I am safe and allow joy into my life.

We’re still settling in, which means there’s still a lot of unpacked boxes cluttering a couple of spaces in the new house. We’ve been here since the middle of August and we just found the box with all the silverware last week. Sure was easier to pack the old house than it has been to unpack. But were not in any hurry. No deadlines to meet, no end dates to worry about. There’s some benefit to taking your time and leaving some things packed up and stored away.

You don’t have to move to remove the clutter and old unneeded stuff from your life. This week is the Celtic New Year and it’s a great time to go through your magik cabinet, both physically and emotionally, to let go and get rid of that stuff that’s been in your way, holding you back, causing unwanted feelings and energy in your life.

To celebrate this Celtic New Year, I think it’s the right time to open the door and get back to the work I love doing most. I can’t think of a better time to do that than on Samhain. So starting Wednesday, November 1st, 2017, look for the return of the Daily Meditation Drawing.

Until then, and especially if you’re new to the daily drawing, you might like to read my approach to The Tarot and the purpose of the daily Tarot Meditation message.


© Springwolfs HankoSpringwolf Reflections 2017 Motto:
I go with the flow and accept that all things move in their right time and space.
I am safe and allow joy into my life.

© 2017 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Merry Samhain & Happy Halloween 2017

Image from: Megan Granata

Image from: Megan Granata

Merry Samhain

Samhain is a Gaelic word that literally translates to  “Summer’s End”. It’s pronounced as sow-en, sow-ween, and yes, for some the Americanized Sam-hain really is acceptable. The holiday reminds us that things change and that includes the words we use, how we use them and even how we say them.

For the Celts, it marks the new year and the renewal of the Wheel of Life. We remember that the only constant in the Divine Universe is that things change. How they change depends on you.

At this time of the year, it’s also a time for many to report on the History of Halloween. Most reports focus on the early Christian influences for All Hallows Eve and All Saints Day. Some really do try to explain the evolution of the early Pagan practices that evolved over time to modern secular celebrations of the scary American observances for kids and adults young at heart.

Today I read an article from one of my favorite magazines, The Old Farmer’s Almanac about the “Origins of Halloween Traditions“.  It’s a nice overview article and does have some good information. But like many similar articles, it skims over the Pagan influences. I get that. A lot of people really don’t want to link the modern holiday and American celebrations with Pagans. That might anger some Pagans out there. But I approach the issue in a “pick your battles” sort of way. Continue reading

Time To Write Your Abundance Check

wolfmoneyNew Moon Energy Reminder for October

The New Moon for October occurs on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 3:12:00 pm EDT U.S. 

My friend Rev. Lyn Williams sends out a reminder every month on FB to Write Your Abundance Check.

I think many of us could use this, so I’d like to share it with you. It’s a great way of putting your hopes, faith, dreams or desire for abundance into physical action.

I love Rev. Lyn’s ritual, but I did change it a little to implement some Pagan specific perspectives. If you need some abundance in your life, give it a try. You’ll find the full step-by-step ritual here: Sunday Homily: Writing Your Abundance Check.

You can visit Rev. Lyn’s website and learn more about her at The Woman Exec. And follow her on Facebook where she shares some wonderful insight and suggestions to make positive changes in your life.

Enjoy the ritual!
Spring

© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2016 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.