Love is the answer.
And the most beautiful song from the universal comms team, another 1930s song strangely,
" Love is the sweetest thing" sung by Al Bowlly accompanied by the Ray Noble orchestra. Ah a song of a bygone era. No thrash metal or grime back then, just simple heartfelt messages of the infinite power of love .
Such perfect innocence 😇
The lyrics are so meaningful:
Love is the sweetest thing
What else on earth could ever bring
Such happiness to ev'rything
As Love's old story.
Love is the strangest thing, no song of birds upon the wing, shall in our hearts more sweetly sing,than Love's old story.
Whatever heart may desire, whatever fate may send, this is the tale that never will tire,this is the song without end.
Love is the greatest thing,the oldest yet, the latest thing,I only hope that fate may bring
Love's story to you.
Throughout all time love has always endured. The the best and the worst of times, still Love's story unfolds.
What a gorgeous uplifting thought ❤
Love is constant.
Interesting that it coincides with my meditation group today as well, where our centering thought for the day is " I allow love to come to my aid".
So let's see how this theme weaves through our cards today?
Our first card today is 6 The Lovers.
An important meaning of angel number 6 is unconditional love, being that it is the key of everything.
If we give unconditional love to someone and if we are selfless, then 6 suggests true happiness.
Number 6 is also a symbol of deep emotions and compassion.
In the card I'm drawn to the two lovers in their embrace, looking deeply into one another's eyes.
Our eyes don't lie, they show the truth, no matter what face we put on, in any situation.
Eyes are the window to the soul: a phrase that perfectly reflects what we feel when our gaze plunges into another.
No need for words, only the depth and the intensity of the human eye, will allow us to take a glimpse into a soul.
Between our lovers we see the symbol of the
Merkaba, (also spelled Merkabah), it translates literally to light, spirit, body.
The merkaba is said to provide protection and transport our consciousness to higher dimensions.
Next I notice the orange colour in the card.
Orange is the colour of creativity and sexuality.
This is the colour of joy, enthusiasm and creativity and promotes a general sense of wellness.
Our second card today is the 3 of Cups (cups representative of the water element and of feelings and emotions)
The angel number 3 has the energy of kindness, joy, creativity, and imagination.
It represents inspiration, creation, manifestation, and growth. It symbolises the interconnectedness of your body, mind, and spirit, and is carefully aligned with the divine energy.
We see three women arm in arm, in a friendly embrace. They stand amongst a carpet of lavender.
Lavender expresses acknowledgment of Love.
Lavender essential oil promotes the opening of the heart and stimulation of the crown chakra, which when stimulated, one is more open to recieving the world and its wonderful gifts it has to offer.
The three women look out upon a vast purple sky. The colour of the crown chakra.
Purple represents transformation, creativity and spiritual awareness.
It is a protective, wise and a royal colour. Purple is associated with intuition and the mystical side of life.
When this Chakra is open, we are unprejudiced and quite aware of the world and ourself.
Up above them we see the plough.
In theosophical traditions it is held that the seven stars of the Pleiades (which look a little like a miniature Plough) focus the spiritual energy of the seven rays of 'Divine Will' from the heart of the galaxy to the seven stars of the Plough, then to Sirius, then to the Sun, and from the Sun to the consciousness of humanity.
These stars connect with Polaris, as an indicator of the path of 'Divine Will' to the human heart.
The ploughs deep sense of peace transmits to us a knowledge and understanding of our own future path as if looking back at something already completed.
Our final card for today is the 10 of Cups.
A beautiful 🌈 rainbow of colours flow through this card, in the form of a hammock.
The hammock is often seen as a symbol of summer, leisure, relaxation and simple, easy living.
Witnessing a rainbow has long been believed to be a promise of good things to come.
Rainbows speak directly to our heart and soul, filling us with awe and energies of liquid love.
Rainbows bring the promise that the troubles of today will surely come to pass, the rainbow urges us to hold strong in our faith and vision. The rainbow brings fresh beginnings, and new prosperity.
The Rainbow is also an extraordinary symbol of following our hearts desire and purpose, to get to the end of the rainbow is a symbol for the celebration of that fulfillment.
Again we see two woman in fond embrace as they watch their children playing.
It would seem we have a simple message threading throughout our cards today.
Love is the vehicle in which we travel to transcend any challenging times we may find ourselves in.
No matter the question, love is always the answer.
It reminds me of one of my most treasured poems. "Unending love" by Rabindranath Tagore.