The concepts of tarot cards, palm reading, and intuitive abilities have always struck me as more than mere entertainment. Since a young age, I have been intrigued by what is deemed “spiritual” without any real explanation as to why.
As I got older, I started to dabble in the practices of oracle cards, tarot cards, crystal healing, and attended yoga/meditation classes. Although I felt a passion for these activities, I somehow would sway out of participating and learning in-depth due to cultural stigmas or the fear of being ridiculed. I had only shared my passion for such activities to my closest of friends, otherwise shielding it to the rest.
However, as a fresh college student, I have never felt more spiritually free and true to myself.
If you had been following my blog before the re-vamp, I originally focused on the dragonfly symbolism of change and how the creature affected my life.
Little did I know that the change of moving to college would be the key to a major step of my spiritual awakening.
Before college, when I originally created this blog, I felt that I was on the verge of everything and somewhat lost.
I knew I wanted to write, so I created a blog and considered a minor in journalism. I knew I wanted to write about something spiritually, so I focused solely on symbolism of the dragonfly. I also knew I wanted to major in something relating to people and how they thought, so I went with the field of sociology. I made these decisions, but it never quite felt 100% what I wanted.
These original thoughts were just on the verge of tipping into a period of enlightenment.
Some say it is the newfound freedom of college that sparked this period of pure happiness I am feeling currently. If you’d ask me, I’d say it was the chance to start over.
With having a “clean slate”, it sparked a fire in my soul.
I brought my crystals, a set or two of my oracle cards, and kept them out of sight for two weeks in my dorm. It wasn’t until a peer mentioned to me that they shared the same spiritual interest in me did the fire begin to spark.
Since that moment, I began using my oracle cards almost daily – asking my angels for guidance and clarity within situations.
I started researching crystals and bought a crystal healing guide online. I also purchased a chakra healing guide at the same time to help with personal growth.
Signs were everywhere I looked to continue growing, but I began pondering my capabilities and career goals with a sociology degree. Did I really want to become a social worker? A position were you help people, but barely make a living and get drained emotionally? No, I did not.
The very next day, my Criminology professor stated during his lecture, “If you are considering a job in social work, you may want to rethink that” and that was the sign I had been looking for.
So I consulted my oracle cards, entitled Life Purpose, for some guidance.
When my three card spread was revealed, I was ecstatic. I knew the signs and intuitive thoughts I had been receiving lately were true. I had finally felt at ease.
I started to look up more information on how to properly use crystals for healing, crystal grids, chakra healing, yoga techniques, and even finalized my meeting with a psychology professor to change my major (something I had pondered about doing two weeks before).
I knew needed to re-start my spiritual awakening path, the cards were the ultimate spark, and I wanted to re-vamp my blog in order for everyone to join me on this journey.
Any form of support for my blog is appreciated, my goal is grow with my followers.
Soon I will start posting about topics such as crystal healing, animal symbolism, chakra healing, oracle cards, and more.
Thank you for reading!
“The universe is always speaking to us … sending us little messages, coincidences and serendipity, reminding us to stop, look around, to believe in something else, something more” – Nancy Thayer