Spread for the Collective 12.6.22
December’s Full Moon arrives tomorrow and signals the time of the month to let go of what no longer serves. Today’s reading supports that dynamic with a very clear message from Archangels Uriel and Metatron. Reading the cards left to right leaves little doubt about what to do:
Trust Divine Intelligence
The advice couldn’t be more timely. It’s the end of the year and typically the most stressful period of many people’s lives. Amidst the holidays, meeting year-end projections and deadlines, and everything else the media and society is throwing at you, the Angels say, “Let it be.”
My guidance is to heed this reminder and go within to access a Higher Intelligence than what you can receive from any digital device. You couldn’t relinquish your perceived control to better power sources than these archangels.
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Uriel is the Archangel of Wisdom, and Metatron is “The One Who Guards.” Uriel is associated with your crown chakra and opens the connection to the Divine. I envision Uriel with feminine energy, but how each angel appears to you is a personal interpretation. Metatron is the archangel closest to the Divine. It’s been written that he is the guardian of the Tree of Life and scribe of the Book of Life (Akashic Records).
In addition, at present we are being strongly influenced by Neptune, the planet of spirituality, intuition, imagination, compassion, empathy, and what's hidden beneath the surface.
There truly could not be a better time to shift gears, turn the wheel over to your angels, tune into your Divine station, and know that your best interests and the highest good of all will emerge without any forced effort on your part. The only thing you’re being asked to do at this time is:
Be still and know your truth.
I’ve added the Love candle and amethyst to enhance the powers of your heart (fourth) and crown (seventh) chakras. May your Divine connection be strong and clear.
Until next time…My best, Shelley