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Tarot Affirmations: Nine of Swords Meditation for Troubled Worries
by Suzi Dronzek   
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Last edited: Wednesday, April 07, 2010
Posted: Wednesday, April 07, 2010

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About: Tarot Affirmations are positivestatements using the Tarot, to centerourselves while energizing our Mojo! Mygoal is to help invigorate higher vibrationswith creative visualization for self-awareness, while enhancing one'sperspective, confidence, and productivity.Becoming part of the imagery is a necessityas it allows all senses to be encountered.Proclaiming and vocalizing your personalstatement out-loud 'seals your agreement'with the Universe. Disciplined practitionerssense a significant change within seventy-two hours of repeating the oath.Inexperienced users must understand that it can take a littlelonger until you find your own rhythm to encounter the magic ofwill and assertion.


 

MeditationSit for a few minutes alone, with eyes closed and a goal to relax. Calm all thoughts and emotions until you are awareof the quietness that surrounds you. With slow and deep breaths,feel yourself float into this calm energy, feeling your body andmind also adjusting to this quietness. All the noise disappearsand you feel at peace. Pay attention to the soundless spirit, asyou cleanse and exist with silence.

 

Visualization: Today's card image can assist you in thismeditative affirmation. We can start by thinking about the thoughts that have caused us doubt and confusion. What mental images do we focus on repetitively that create stress and fear in our lives? Like the nightmarish image in the card, we are the sole creator of our own inner torment. Understand that as we allow a disturbing snapshot of worry to live in our mind, another will breed from it, like bacteria. We know that this isn't good for us, but we choose to carry it along with us - throughout our day, and our night.

 

Think about your the bothering thoughts that cause you an uneasy feeling, the ones that you can not put to rest. Imagine each of these frightful thoughts hanging above you, dangling about like an unwanted friend. Anxiety and fear are not good companions. Visualize the negative energy floating over top of you, while paying attention to your body and the way it feels when inconvenience enters your world. Feel the pressure it causes. It doesn't feel very good, but again, you choose to carry it around with you. Continuing to visualize, reach above and grab your 'worry'. Hold it, and quickly slip it beneath your bottom. That's right, you're going to sit on it. If you have other worry's' up above you, do the same and slip them under you. You're going to force those towering thoughts of negativity to submit to you. They are not worthy, and by taking control - you give them an inferior status. Wiggle your butt, gently bounce, and flatten useless troubles of 'potential possibilities' and 'what if's'. Squash them hard, and smash those homies.

 

After you have shifted your body about, crushing what has been plaguing you... sit back and relax. Breathe with a long sigh of relief. Enjoy the position that you are in. You have complete control over your imagined problems. You have power over your mind again. Notice a feeling of pure emptiness that surrounds you. Your head is clear, your shoulders relax, your muscles lose tension. Breathe and release whatever ounce of worry might be left. Let it all out - and imagine it like a feather, floating from your breath. Let it fall to the floor so that you are ready to leave the room, you can step on it as you rise. The heavy weight that has been a burden is released, and only you have the power to keep it at a distance.

 

The Affirm: While being onwith yourselfannounce yourtrusted affirmation:

Worries are beneath me.

My mind is empty and at peace.

I see the world as it is, not as I imagine.

 

Now go get your mantra on!

Suzi 'Starcana' Dronzek

Web Site: Starcana Insight



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