WEEKLY COLLECTIVE Reading for Everyone • Sep. 12-19, 2021 • Special Topic = “Turning Point: Making a Necessary Shift”

The reading includes: a 7-day Forecast, Blessings & Blocks, a live poll, and an Elemental Breakdown for Fire Earth, Air, and Water Signs. As always, I’ll conclude with a Meditation and the Final Card (an answer to your silent question).

Channeled Messages: Your spirit totem is the chrysanthemum. The common name is derived from Greek and it means Gold (chrysos) flower (anthemon). Its Chinese name means “Essence of the Sun.”

  • Given its bright color and etymology, the chrysanthemum also symbolizes The Sun card in Tarot.
  • Nurture your inner child, work on self confidence and don’t underestimate the power of your charisma!
  • This flower is an auspicious sign for finances. Now’s the time for growth. New opportunities await on the horizon!
  • This plant was first cultivated as an herb in China during the 15th century BC.
  • In Chinese medicine, the chrysanthemum is used to help treat respiratory problems, high blood pressure and hyperthyroidism. Focus on taking care of your body, especially any of these ailments.
  • In North America, the chrysanthemum blooms from late summer to autumn. It’s often one of the last flowers to succumb to the first frost.
  • Its hardy nature represents The Strength card. Prioritize your physical wellness now, so that you can embrace opportunities on the horizon.
  • As a perennial flower, it also represents renewal. Each year, it comes back from its winter slumber and pushes through the ground.
  • It is also a symbol of love and appreciation during bereavement.
  • It carries with it the energy of Death and Judgement — transformation and rebirth. This is a time for endings AND beginnings!
  • For those of you who are working towards graduating or getting a certification, don’t give up now. Establish a new routine and get organized.
  • Find your inner Nine of Wands and press on to the finish line.
  • If you’re lost, ask for help. Chances are, you’re not the only one who needs assistance. You may have to step up to the plate if leadership is lacking.
  • Be mindful of how much you share (and with whom). Less is more!
  • Weather-proof your home. I was shown water around the foundation.
  • Clear your emotions and stay grounded.