Friday, May 24, 2013

Eight of Fire

The Eight of Fire means things are going, going, going at a fast pace! For some people, this can be really good. They may have felt stuck, and now things are finally kicking into gear and moving along. So good things are happening, all the plans you've made are finally manifesting, and you're reaping the rewards of your hard work. 

But for other people, Eight of Fire and the frenzy of activity that it indicates, can be overwhelming. Maybe they didn't expect things to be this intense. Or maybe they didn't expect that their plans would result in this much work. So for some people the Eight of Fire is like "Oh, no! I can't take this."

So while the first set of people are going, "At last! Bring it on!", the second set are going, "Oh, crap." Either way, it's actually a good card. The Divine message, for both sets, is to stay grounded. For the first set, don't let it go to your head. Don't get carried away. Ride it out, keep a level-head. For the second set, don't get overwhelmed. Don't let this creep in and destroy your already fragile self-confidence.

This flurry of activity is not only a manifestation of your plans, it's also a growth opportunity and life lesson for you on self-confidence. Things are good -- hectic, but good -- and the angels are with you, as always.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Seven of Fire

Seven of Fire indicates that there's a conflict going on. The angels see this, and they want you to know that you're right. You're on the right side here. But Earthly matters aren't always aligned with what is right, so even though you're *right*, you need to defend yourself.

The good news is that the Divine powers are with you and supporting you. The picture shows a woman riding a dragon. The dragon symbolizes the strength that you have through the Divine forces.The big message here is that you need to see this through and stay the course. It doesn't mean you have to go nutso, it means that you should not give up.

The old saying, "There is strength in gentleness and gentleness in strength" comes to mind. Stay strong. Don't let this get you down. Don't let this make you bitter. It's not going to be easy, and there might be a point where you become discouraged. If you get to a point where you think this situation is unfair or unjust, stay strong. It will eventually work out, but you need to stay focused.

You have the power to defend yourself, and you need to do that now. Call upon the angels and the Divine forces to help you, because that's what they're there for. You can do this.

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White

Monday, May 20, 2013

Six of Fire

Six of Fire is a very clear card. It's message is: Victory!

So often, people are unsure if they're doing the right thing. The usually have a pretty good sense if they should continue on, or switch course; but they often need some extra encouragement or reassurance. The Six of Fire indicates, without a doubt, that not only are you doing the right thing, but you are going to see positive results from this endeavor.

When Six of Fire comes up, it may also mean that you will be publicly recognized or rewarded for your previous hard work. This card is all about good news and good fortune, particularly related to a job situation.

Some cards are pretty deeply layered, but the Six of Fire isn't. I like to see it come up for two reasons. The first, of course, is that it's good news! The second is that it's so clear. There are no "buts" or "what ifs" with this card. All is good, good, good. :)

In love and light,
Krystal Kay White