Featured Card of the Day – 2 of Earth – Dreams of Gaia by Ravynne Phelan

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Artist: Ravynne Phelan

Website: http://www.RavynnePhelan.com

Keywords

Equilibrium, Flexibility, Adaptability, Balance, Harmony, Compromise, Confidence, Procrastination, Freedom

Key Phrases

– Balancing work and play
– Balancing responsibility and personal needs
– Be open to compromise
– Be confident but grounded
– Realistic goals and expectations
– Take stock and prioritize
– Forgive your limitations
– Ask for help

Card Meaning

The Two of Earth card symbolizes the importance of balancing work, home, family, and play, whilst remaining flexible and adaptable in meeting one’s commitments and responsibilities.

You are filled with a sense of purpose. You have goals and dreams. Nurture them. Be willing to do what is needed in order to make them manifest, but do so with mindfulness and the awareness that all you do has an impact on those around you.

Be confident. Trust in both yourself and your abilitities. But also be flexible, adaptable, and open to compromise.

Self-belief is the key to maintaining a healthy equilibrium. If you believe that you can achieve your goals and meet your responsibilities at the same time, then there is a good chance that you can. But ground your self-confidence in reality, realizing that you are not superhuman or perfect. There is a limit to what you can do and achieve without burning the candle at both ends. Be aware and respectful of your physical, mental, and emotional needs.

Forgive your limitations; ask for help, and share your responsibilites if you need to – before you start to drop things because you are mentally, physically, and emotionally worn.

Connect with Ravynne:

Website:

http://www.ravynnephelan.com

YouTube:

https://m.youtube.com/#/channel/UCJb8D5QKPWt9qQE7SPC47Qw

Instagram:

https://instagram.com/ravynnephelan

Facebook:

https://facebook.com/ravynnephelan 

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