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From The Celtic Dragon Tarot by D. J. Conway. Pictures by Lisa Hunt. Pages 34 and 35
Justice – Major Arcana
There is a possibility of encounters with lawyers, judges, or police. Only logical thinking and facts will enable you to move forward. There can be a satisfactory conclusion to legal matters if you take care. This card may herald the signing of contracts or legal papers.
Animal Spirit Guide or Helper
From Messages From Your Animal Spirit Guides Oracle Cards by Steven D. Farmer Pages 80 to 82
“Practice shapeshifting by altering your physical appearance and mannerisms.”
Disguise; Secretiveness; Camouflage; Solitude; Evolvement; Flexibility; Regeneration; Protection; Intelligence; Sacrfifice; Efficiency
J or Y
A year, a good harvest. The results of earlier efforts are realized. A time of peace and happiness. Hope and expectations of peace and prosperity. The promised of success earned. Life cycle, cyclical pattern of the universe. Everything changes in its own time.
Blessings of investing in yourself. Rewards. Seeing the ‘fruits of your labor’. Providing for yourself. Can mean self-employment. Education. Manifestation and reaping the rewards. Finances and security.
Mathematical and philosophical observation that is unique and revealing Global Awareness
The highest of the cardinal numbers, most worldly and sophisticated of all numbers.
The 9 has similarities with the 6 – including its shape (turned upside down). However, where the 6 is a symbol of love and compassion directed to people close to them (friends, family, the local community), the 9 offers love and care to the world at large.
The 9, more than any other number, has global consciousness – a reservoir of giving with a generous downward spout.
The 9 lives in the world and understands the connection between all people. Individuals with this number are humanitarians who see no difference between their next-door neighbor and people from different cultures on the other side of the world. The 9 is the least judgmental of all numbers, the most tolerant and the most conscious.
Is overwhelmingly loving and empathetic.
People often regard those with a strong 9 as majestic, graceful, and elevated, but closely connected with the rest of humankind. At the same time, they can be hard to reach, seem aloof, and tend to float above the small-minded issues that can be upsetting to others. People either love or loathe 9 individuals, but find it difficult to deny the respect they demand. 9s have impeccable taste, are talented, creative, and usually quite eloquent when they express themselves.
The 9 is called the “Mother Theresa” number because it doesn’t hesitate to rectify abuse. More importantly, it does not seek credit for giving assistance. Just as the number 9 added to another number does not force its way into the sum (the sum stays the same) – 9 individuals never force themselves upon others when trying to help.
When circumstances require, 9s can be a powerful force, strong enough to take over and bend others to their will (just as the number 9 does when used to multiply any other number, where it takes control). However, the 9 is not a leader in the same way the 1 and the 8 are; its influence comes from the higher realms of philosophy and justice. A 9 does not use force or cunning, they just change your mind!
Although they are generally selfless, a 9 is often prosperous. This contradiction helps illustrate the true nature of the 9. Where an 8 becomes financially successful by focusing on the potential reward from an undertaking, 9s earn financial reward by utterly ignoring the monetary potential of an endeavor, the exact opposite of the 8.
As for matters of the heart, is not particularly romantic.
The 9 can be a difficult romantic partner, not only because they are demanding, but because you never know to what extent you’ve managed to reach them emotionally. 9s tend to hide their hearts, so even after knowing them for many years, the connection can still seem a bit distant.
They are loyal friends but will not allow themselves to become vulnerable. The most telling attribute of the 9 is the always subtle, difficult to pinpoint feeling there is more to them than meets the eye. They carry depth and intuition, and are at all times aware of their surroundings, like a person with over-developed peripheral vision.
When the 9 appears as a cycle, it often denotes a finality, the completion of an era.
The 9 as a cycle is frequently seen as an indicator of death. This is simplistic and incorrect. When you are in the 9th period of a cycle (such as the 9th year of a 9-year cycle), it suggests you are in the final stages of that period or endeavor. It’s a time to empty your bucket and prepare for change, let go of the past, wrap up loose ends, and make way for new opportunities.
In Personal Year cycles, the 9 is always followed by the 1; every time you go through that two-year phase (from one year to the next) you go through a transformation of some kind. Look at any period in your life when you went through a 9 Personal Year followed by a 1 Personal Year and you will find this to be true. Then, look at your Essence and Transit cycles to learn what the fundamental nature of that transformation was.
Obstacles, boundaries, fear, difficulties, heart healing, sex and lust.
Number picked by Lady C B reading from psychic-revelation.com
Keyphrase: Keeping still.
Formed By The Trigrams: Mountain over Mountain.
General: Any and all effective action must be born out of stillness.
Love: In order to see things clearly you must let go of any preconceptions.
Business: Clear your mind before making any important business decisions.
Personal: Learn how to meditate to help achieve a still mind.
Overview: Ken reminds you that if your mind is full of clutter it will not be able to hold new thoughts and ideas. Ken appears when you have a need to take a break and withdraw from the world for a moment in order to clear out the old in your mind to make way for the new. Meditation is the key to this process. It is not simply a time for rest. It is not an easy task to free your mind from daily worries, but it is necessary to do so, so that you can see and think more objectively than before. Old thoughts hinder your actions, compelling you to make the same mistakes. Clear them out – don’t let them trap you.