On the Celtic calendar, October 28 to November 24, is the month of the Reed. In The Battle of the Trees, the Cad Goddeu, the Reed is ranked as a Bramble:
THE SWIFT PURSUING REED.
In God form, the Reed represents Arianrod, a Moon Goddess, whose name means silver circle or silver wheel. The Wheel of Fortune in the Tarot deck corresponds to the Reed. The wheel is the center of all life, of all existence and from the center we operate outward to the world. The Wheel of Fortune, a spinning wheel, offers success or failure, depending upon the individual's emotions, thoughts and will-power. Those who attempt to live positive make the best of what the Wheel of Fortune offers. Those who dwell in the negative live in their own personal despair and opportunity for change passes by. The Wheel of Fortune offers unexpected encounters, twists by fate that are part of a greater plan.
Wave the Tarot card, Wheel of Fortune in the air to remove past influences. Place the card between your palms. Close your eyes and take a few comfortable breathes.This exercise is designed purely to expand your awareness to that which was to come. What do you feel? Unexpected good luck or the were the vibrations blocked.
The crisp autumn air is perfect for Spirit. Spirit will utilize the frosty temperature at will to do their liking. Alone sit beneath the Full Moon, and take time to reflect on the past year, then say,” I welcome both the positive and negative experiences in my life and I learn from them. I know confrontation was beneficial to my development I understand the law of Karma, that everything I do will return. I need opposition in my life to teach me about myself and others. The crisis brings the opportunity for change" Watch for a sign sent from Spirit to show approval.
In order to learn one must be pushed out of their comfort zone.
(c)2008 Angie Skelhorn