Mystical Cats Tarot ~ Ten of Sky

Merry Meet!

Do you still feel left out of things? Out of sorts? Read on to see what our frequent flier has to say.

Ten of Sky

Ten of Sky:

This Sky Cat had been driven out by his clanmates, and no one will step forward to help him. Wounded, starving, isolated, and in despair, he has reached the limits of his strength. Perhaps this is the conclusion of one of his nine lives, or perhaps he can find shelter and healing in another clan if they will have him. Whatever happens, he knows he is at the end of his life as he knew it.

The Cat’s Advice:

It is time to face facts and honestly assess the situation. Whatever you were attempting is not working out for you. What you have hoped for is not going to happen, at least in the form you expected. On the bright side, this is as bad as it gets. Things can only get better once you accept reality without illusions.

You, my dear are left to fend for yourself aren’t you? Then again you always have been, haven’t you? It’s ok, your trust-meter is pretty empty these days. Think of it this way… maybe you’ve been looking at it all wrong and your “suffering” is to be someone else’s blessing and that in turn blesses you. You just need to be open to the change… if you are open, your “suffering” really isn’t so bad is it?

Until next time…

Blessed Be…


Update ~ Quitting Smoking

Hi there! If you haven’t already, read THIS. It will give you background on this post and possibly answer some questions this post may bring up.

So it’s been since March 17, 2016. That makes it 17 days now without cigarettes. To be honest, I had no idea until just now when I looked at the calendar to see how long it’s been. I’m just the one who set this process in motion and trusts that it will be carried out. So far, so good. Not marking time with this. Just letting it flow.

It’s truly like I’ve never picked up a cigarette in the first place but I have the knowledge that it would be a bad thing to try them so I don’t. You know when you wish you could go back knowing then what you know now? That is exactly what I’m doing here. I have the benefit of a detached memory of what smoking was like. It’s enough to keep me from even wanting to try it.

It’s nice not going through the withdrawals. I did let that happen once so I would know what it felt like and not want to repeat it… yeah, I repeated. lol Why would I repeat? Well, because I know how easy it is for me to quit.

I can’t say for sure that this will be my last time quitting this nasty habit but as far as I am concerned at this moment I can say I will not go back to it. I am appreciative of the assistance I am getting from one or more of my alters who are taking the quitting part on themselves so I do not have to deal with it. So anyway… I feel as if that is my Superpower… Using DID To My Advantage! Hmmm, what would my Superhero name be? lol

Until next time…