Goddess Mary Magdalene- Unconditional Love – Love yourself, others, and every situation – no matter what the outward appearances maybe. I am one with the Divine, just as you are, and it is here I choose to reside. I choose to do my work from the higher consciousness, where love reigns supreme. Focus on the good you can find in people.
This is one of my favorite Goddess cards. For me it is the truth to my soul and the key to my being. This is what I strive for everyday! I believe that we all need to look upon each other with unconditional love. There is a light inside us all and sometimes we all have to look to find that within each other. It is very sad to me when some souls turn away from the light that is truly there for us. Yes, it is hard to be away from the Goddess, the Divine source. When you are in her arms and feel her love you can’t help but be moved and brought to the highest high, safest place, and have the most joyous feelings of love and light in your heart. So yes, being down here on this earth can be very hard. The way we miss our mother and that safe place can leave some of us very lost and very torn. So those of us who remember or truly keep her alive inside of us need to reach out and help the others remember. You don’t know a person till you walk a mile in their shoes, I don’t remember who said that, but I know that it is true. What I find is helpful sometimes is to put yourself in their shoes as best you can and look at them from that angle. Sometimes when you do that you get to meet an amazing person and find a friend!!
I know it can be hard to not judge others when we sometimes feel so judged ourselves. The key is to remember how it feels when we feel judged and then not do that to others. What I have tried to do since I was a kid really is to try to put myself in someone else’s place, to see their side of things. I think sometimes that helps, even if you don’t agree with the other person. If you look at it from their angle sometimes you can at least sympathize or empathize with what they are going through. It is like a dear friend of mine says someone who loses a leg may have the same amount of pain that someone with a broken finger nail may feel. The pain is relative to the person. Even though we can see that the person who has lost the leg may have “lost” more than the person who broke a nail. But it is relative to the person feeling that loss. The person who lost the leg may have a great attitude about it and is in a very positive place and feels less of a loss than the person who broke a finger nail. It is like looking at where pain starts for that person and trying to help them help themselves though it. Even though from an objective 3rd person point of view we can see that a broken finger nail vs a lost leg is really on different scales of “pain”. We Still have to take into consideration where that friend or person is on their path in life. Maybe they have never experienced the pain of a broken finger nail, so it is a “first” pain like that for them. So that is where they need support and need us to help them see that they can get though it. The person who lost their leg may need our help and support when it comes to getting out of their wheel chair and trying to walk with a prosthetic limb, maybe that is their threshold for pain and or need for support lies. Just be good to each other and remember take a look at things from their point of view before you judge or decide what is appropriate for someone else.
May the love of the Goddess Be with you all today and everyday!!!!