Daily Guidance by Rosalind Medea

Daily guidance to support you through the day - Tarot & I Ching
The 4 of Wands card represents a committed relationship – not just the relationship that you have with your significant other, but the relationship that you have with your self. A commitment to being exactly who you were born to be is strengthened today. And if you not in a relationship, the commitment that you have to your true self is likely to attract that special someone to you.
Hsu (Waiting), Hexagram 5 – Hsu (Waiting) emphasises the importance of patience. Now is not the time for taking action other than simply being and allowing nature to take its course. With any period of waiting, patience is always key and it is a requirement that one must learn in life, no matter how challenging it can be.
Sui (Following), Hexagram 17 – Sui (Following) brings the lesson that one must lead by example. You must walk your talk in order to both inspire and to be of assistance to others. That means taking the actions that your intuition is guiding you to take. It is in those actions that people really start to take notice and learn from your example. Such integrity will ensure success in your endeavours.
Last seen on 5 January, the 3 of Wands today comes as acknowledgment of the persistency and consistency of your efforts – you have now reached an important milestone and success is in your sights. If you have been working on a project recently and it has come to a natural halt, assistance may come from a small group of like-minded individuals to get you along the next part of your journey.
Ku (Correction), Hexagram 18 – Ku (Correction) indicates that progress has come to a halt, largely due to a situation or issue that was not previously dealt with. In order to continue to make progress, that which was once brushed aside must now be addressed and cleared up once and for all. Once you have fixed these areas, you will be able to move forward once again.
The Knight of Swords is brash and bolshy. Something or someone may bring out that energy in you today or you may deal with someone, either male or female, with such qualities. If you are dealing with such a person, don’t react to their brash tendencies. If it’s you who is the one with the bark today, be aware of what that energy is creating and attracting to you.
Pay close attention to your intuition, as there appears to be something you are perhaps not facing up to. Fears may be at play here as certain things remain hidden from you at present. Ask that your inner being make you aware of what you are dealing with here and how best to resolve the situation.
Lu (The Wanderer), Hexagram 56 – Lu represents a time in life where you feel the desire to travel. This “journey” will not ncessarily be a vacation, but rather a spiritual journey where you acquire knowledge. This journey may be as simple as taking a walk in an area that is new to you – wherever this “journey” takes you, it is important that you let go of any doubts, concerns or even apprehension, and enter into the wisdom that the venture brings.
A situation in your life requires harmony. While the Justice card is represented by the scales, any imbalances in and around your life will be brought into balance. If you are tied up in legal proceedings or negotiations, trust that the right thing will be done in whatever situation you are currently facing.
Hsiao Kuo (Preponderance of the Small), Hexagram 62 – Paying attention to the small things is key to success right now, rather than attempting to attain big success in one go. Many small successes will stand you in good stead, for its an accummulation of small successes that ultimately brings about big success. Progress is more than possible, by taking one small step at a time.
The card of learning, the 8 of Pentacles sees a continuation of your efforts to finesse your skills. Allocating time and energy to studying today will be time well spent. If there is something that you have brushed aside or neglected recently, now would be an opportune moment to pick up where you left off. “Studying” does not relate just to those who are enrolled at school or college, but to everyone since one never stops studying or learning in life. Persistency and consistency will lead to rewards.
T’ung Jen (Fellowship), Hexagram 13 – T’ung Jen refers to fellowship and organisation. A group effort is required in order to bring about sucess – whether that’s via a community or organisation. Being open is important to the fellowship, as any distrust or suspicion will hinder all progress. While there is going to be many personalities, be sure to settle any differences as it is important that each member of the group trusts each other to ensure success.
The Ace of Cups is a card of love and something born of love. Something new and special is entering your life – that which will bring you joy and happiness. There may be a new love entering your life, a pregnancy or if you are in a relationship, the bond you both share elevates to new heights bringing more of what you both desire. Artistic and creative opportunities may also come your way today so be open to what these maybe in whatever way they present themselves.
natural beauty found in nature to inner beauty found deep within one self. Grace symbolises this beauty. It can sometimes be hard to see the forms of beauty around us, and one must always use discernment, not the naked eye to see beauty. Grace teaches us to be discerning in order to be able to see what true beauty is and what is simply a facade and” far from grace”. In its infinite wisdom, Grace also shows us how to appreciate the smaller things in life and to give gratitude for such.
Ku (Correction), Hexagram 18 – Ku (Correction) indicates that progress has come to a halt, largely due to a situation or issue that was not previously dealt with. In order to continue to make progress, that which was once brushed aside must now be addressed and cleared up once and for all. Once you have fixed these areas, you will be able to move forward once again.
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