The Wisdom Oracle
By James McQuitty
At a deeper or subconscious level you have far greater understanding than you might realise. The real you, the spirit that you truly are understands your purpose for incarnation and the pathways that you should tread.
The above titled book (that includes colour pictures) uses proverbs and totem animals for personal guidance; the following is an example ‘reading’ from it:
Proverb: What Goes Around Comes Around
Totem Animal: The Butterfly - The Spirit of Balance and Attraction
This proverb tells us that all receive what may be deemed rewards or retribution according to their own making. If it is you who needs the warning this urges you to say or do only what is right, fair and just, or to hold your own counsel. Otherwise you may have cause for regret. If it concerns another, know that all will reap their own just deserts. It may be wise to stand back and take no action, remember, ‘Patience is a virtue,’ and that in time all will balance justly.
The Butterfly, symbolising the spirit of balance and attraction, is associated with this proverb. Having come from the chrysalis it can also signify a transformation complete. It encourages you to give, as you would like to receive. It embraces within itself the yin and the yang, the two halves of the psyche, also known as the negative and the positive or the feminine and the masculine. Its two wings reflect mirror images of its balanced beauty.
Cosmically, this proverb reflects the great spiritual-universal law of cause and effect. All is registered in the very vibrations of our own being, our spirit. Love brings love, kindness brings kindness, and compassion brings compassion in the full karmic circle of life. Whereas, all negative actions, thoughts and responses draw their like. In this unfailing way we truly do attract and control our own destiny.
“The Wisdom Oracle” is an aid to accessing your inner or higher self wisdom (Previously a booklet titled: The Peoples’ Oracle). It is available via the Amazon website or can be ordered through many bookshops for £8.50.
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