‘Tune-in Thursdays’ is something that came to me a while ago while contemplating in what other fun ways I could continue to share inspiration with others while also continuing to cultivate that trust in our intuition, ability to love and support of self-awareness.
I was introduced a while ago to these absolutely beautiful Inner Compas Cards by Neel van Lierop I fell in love with the design and the authentic and personal feeling these cards hold. So I thought, why not share this with others as well?
Every Thursday I’ll be sharing with you a beautiful card drawn with the intention of authentically sharing messages that might be the exact guidance we need at that moment. Sharing with you the beautiful perspective from the card manual as well as my own interpretation thereof.
May this serve you in the most beautiful and loving way!
This week’s card…‘Deep Down’.
“Deep down inside, you always know exactly what you need. This is your intuitive knowledge. Often, however, the connection is not clear enough to make good use of it. Working with your intuition is all about making contact with that inner wisdom, and trusting what the voice of intuition tells you… this card invites you to become still and make contact with your inner-voice.” – Inner Compas Cards by Neel van Lierop
Following your intuition, and listening to that inner guidance system is always a hot topic for me. I have had the advantage of being raised by parents who have always cultivated this practice within me. The more I grow the more grateful I can be for this, but also the more I realize that even with this advantage it is not always easy, and how hard it can ultimately be for us all.
Often times we tend to let the influence of those around us interfere with what we know and feel ‘deep down’ inside is best for us. Or we let our fear of failure, rejection, and judgment get in the way of finding that crystal clear connection to our inner guidance.
The manual describes this beautifully as having a glass full of murky water, dirty and unable to see clearly through the glass. But once you set down the glass and the water finds stillness, the dirt and mud sink down to the bottom, allowing clarity to return. “Once the ocean finds stillness, you can see it’s depths.”
These words of guidance are reminding us, that if we would just take a step back, find stillness, and simply sit and listen, we can allow all the thoughts and concerns swaying around like ocean waves, to settle down, and tune in to our own depths. Connecting to ourselves, ‘deep down’.
Love & Light,