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Here is your Witch's Oracle card reading for this week.
Come back every Monday For A New Weekly Reading
If, by chance, a card repeats two weeks in a row, it usually means you haven't taken the message to heart and tried to resolve things in the manner it suggested the first time it showed up.
If this card resonates with you and you want to reinforce its meaning, place your finger on the card and recite the incantation written below. If you have the corresponding crystal/stone in your hand
as listed below, so much the better!
This ancient symbol is one of protection, power and good health. Horus was the ancient Egyptian sky god who was usually depicted as a falcon. The mirror image, or left eye, sometimes represented the moon.
The separate parts of the eye can be divided in ancient Egyptian measurements into six parts. These six parts correspond to the six senses, Touch, Taste, Hearing, Thought, Sight, Smell. Since the eye is considered the receptor of input, it has these six doors to receive data.
People ascribe a number of meanings to the Eye of Horus, including protection, wisdom, healing and revelation. Use this “all seeing eye” to awaken your senses and your own third eye to tune in more deeply to the world around you. There is much that you have overlooked.
Incantation: Here I sit with eyes wide shut. I must pull myself out of this rut. There is so much I’m missing and need to see. The gift of vision please send to me.
Corresponding Stone: Lapis Lazuli
Prized throughout the ancient world, lapis lazuli has been connected to vision, both inner and outer, since at least the days of ancient Egypt. This heavenly blue gemstone opens the third-eye chakra and fosters deeper awareness. Meditate with this stone on your brow when you need to expand your vision.