Tarot Readings and Palm Readings

Jan 1, 2013




“Let the challenge of your ambitions, your aspirations, rouse your slumbering, often unused power into action.”– Norman Vincent Peale

“Adapt the pace of nature – for spirit is patience” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

153 BC before even Julius Caesar became chief in Rome at the age of 37, the Romans decided that Jan 1st would be the day of New Year.  Other cultures, such as Chinese, chose Jan 31st, and still others sometime in March.  Even our earlier Anglo-Saxon settlers, called the Pilgrims, celebrated in March.  Surprisingly enough, The roman leaders’ calendar was followed by the patterns of the moon rather than the Sun, which Julius Caesar, himself, changed after observing nature, other cultures.  This year is also called the year of the horse, symbolizing freedom, the ability of power, of strength. Power, strength, faith, no matter the culture, no matter the time of year, this is the time when we chose how we are going to live, we chose this day to renew our resolve to change our inner being, our attitude, our ways.  Yet, every morning, we need to resolve, to have new attitudes from yesterday. Oh, we start out each day, as if we start a new eating diet, where we are going to be more positive, more spiritual, more strong, more patient.  As the day goes by though, each hit, each bang up from negative people, from stress, from worries, the day ends on that note of believing that life is hopeless, will not change.  Then here comes Deborah telling us to be positive, to be patient, to be this to be that, when really we just want to know that our dream, this dream that spirit gave us is really going to happen.  The good news is that the High Power put this dream in our heart, the dream is meant to happen.  Situations arise to test our faith, most often to test our patience, oh yes, each day if the darkness can creep over our thoughts, our patience, we will feel the hits.  This day, this new beginning, this day of rest, of family, we will begin again building up our hope, for our dreams to come true.

Animal totem: Of course we are stepping away from our alphabet course, to talk about horse.  She is the symbol of power, of freedom, of strength.  Sister Horse’s medicine is to carry much weigh, much burden without complaint without unhappiness, thankful we are trusted with so much responsibility of teaching others patience, grace while under fire.  Horse totem is powerful, knowing she can run through anything with balance, with the power behind her.

I am here my usual hours today.  May the fairies dance around each of us today. Love ya, Me, Cherokee, Cidro,Frankie Capone, Sugar Fortune Cookie, T and the Sweet spirit of Bob and Bets. 

MOONZIES PREFERRED FRIENDS:  HERE we are at the start of a new year.  Last year was rough, my time divided between so much sadness in my family, and my work, but things are somewhat settled down now.  The website as many know crashed on Thanksgiving, but my wonderful genius son rebuilt it.   Its changed, like all life is changed, I’m still having to load ideas, thoughts, products on it, but many are loving it.  Take some time to visit the website today,  there is always some informative new ideas, thoughts, as well as appointment requests, and products.  

This weeks specials are chakra Bracelets: $2.00 per bracelet, with only $3.00 shipping.  Stone of the week : Amethyst: Amethyst is a great stone to have for calming nerves, relieving anxiety, gentle dreams, restful sleep.  Color ranges anywhere from deep purple to lighter lavender almost white, this stone has been used for years to heal the 3rd eye 6th chakra, as well as emotional issues. Amethyst in Greek old language means non -alcohol, and with black onyx is often thought to help with addiction problems.    moonzies has 2 -3 ” amethyst stones  for only $5.00 each.  Shipping for 1 stone is also $2.50  but remember stones are weighty so as we add stones the shipping costs more. 

Herb for the week is the Dandelion :   Dandelion is a herb for happiness. Who doesn’t feel happy looking at the bright yellow of this flower. Dried dandelion  makes a wonderful tea, that has anti-oxidants, vitamin C and D.  “Dandelion is used for loss of appetite, upset stomach, intestinal gas, gallstones, joint pain, muscle aches, eczema, and bruises. Dandelion is also used to increase urine production and as a laxative to increase bowel movements. It is also used as skin toner, blood tonic, and digestive tonic.  Some people use dandelion o treat infection, especially viral infections, and cancer.  In foods, dandelion is used as salad greens, and in soups, wine, and teas. The roasted root is used as a coffee substitute.” (from WebMD) Moonzies has dried dandelion root, and dried flowers, leaves – $5.00 an ounce, straight from Grammee’s greenhouse, all products are charged in the moonlight, kissed by Venus to bring magick back into our lives. 

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