Friday, June 19, 2015

Real Talk: what story are you living?

Focus on the question: What story am I living? Then, pick a card from the image below.

Scroll down for insight.

I'm using cards from The Cinderella Deck, which features old book art illustrations and tells the story of Cinderella from beginning to end. This deck is wonderful for relationship readings as well as goal-setting or manifestation readings. It can help you see where you are in the story of manifesting your happy ending in any area of life.


To keep you from peeking ahead accidentally, 

I've filled up this space with some important messages. 

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Left Card: Complacency
If you chose Card 4 in The Cinderella Deck, you may be living a story of complacency. Cinderella sits by the fire after doing her daily chores. She's exhausted and yet somehow content with her life because she doesn't know it can get any better. She hasn't met the prince yet nor her fairy Godmother so all she's focused on is her day-to-day experience. She doesn't make plans or dreams for the future. What have you become complacent about? Are you too exhausted to change your circumstances? What plans and dreams are you foregoing for the drudgery of day-to-day living? What magic are you ignoring in your life?

Middle Card: Confidence
If you chose Card 14 in The Cinderella Deck, you may be living a story of confidence.The fairy godmother has changed Cinderella's rags into gowns, her pumpkin into a carriage, and the mice into footmen. Now, she's ready for the ball. She struts with confidence down the red carpet to her waiting carriage. Although she doesn't know what's in store for her, she has hope in the future and believes that her life can change in an instant. She believes in magic and she's confident that things can only get better. What recent changes have you strutting your stuff? What is the source of your confidence? What has your confidence given you the courage to do? Do you have hope for a brighter future?

Right Card: Completion
If you chose Card 28 in The Cinderella Deck, you may be living a story of completion. Cinderella has already found out the glass slipper fits and she is destined to be the prince's bride. But the fairy godmother has one more surprise for her. She once again transforms Cinderella from rags into gowns to show that her transformation is complete from the inside out. At the beginning of the story, Cinderella is not aware of her beauty or specialness. This final transformation helps Cinderella see she has completed a long journey of self-discovery and will be forever changed. What transformation are you experiencing? What have you recently discovered about yourself? Are you finally aware of your beauty and specialness? What is your next step?

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