You know, it’s actually kind of sweet when someone says, “I’m sorry. I didn’t take your advice,” or “Please don’t take it personally, but I decided to…” because you know something? I don’t.
In fact, nothing that I say or advise in any of my sessions ever have anything to do with me!
I’m a radio. Granted, a very dynamic and vociferous radio, but still…technically, I get all my information from you; whether it be from your guides, your aura frequencies, the energetic waves of those you’re connected with, or whatever. All I do (and all I’m supposed to do) is catch those channels while I’m shuffling the cards and then allow the Tarot to guide me as to which frequencies are relevant and which aren’t. From there, I interpret and relay the information back to you. That’s all.
So, Ray, The Woman and all her conscious thoughts and opinions always takes a back seat to Ray, the Human Satellite Dish when she’s working. In fact, I can’t even begin to tell you how many times my cards have totally bitch-slapped me when I even dare to have a rational thought or opinion about a situation. It’s crazy, but it’s true! So, with this, if you decide not to take the counsel that was given to you during our sessions, you’re not defying or disrespecting me, you’re defying and disrespecting yourself and your higher consciousness. So, don’t cry for me, Argentina…I’m fine!
But, that’s exactly what divination sessions are for: To look at the situation and the options so that you can make a choice for yourself, whatever that choice may be. And the point of making choices is to get unstuck so that you move forward in life, one way or another.
Most people who find themselves in a position of stagnation aren’t necessarily procrastinating out of cluelessness and not all choices that need to be made are necessarily between “right” and “wrong.” There are other kinds of conundrums:
1 – “Right” and “Correct”: The choice between what you really, really want and what you believe others expect from you.
2 – “The Two Evils”: The choice of deciding which option is going to be slightly less painful or easier to live with.
3 – “The Two Blessings”: The choice of deciding which option is going to have slightly better benefits or easier to grow with.
4 – “Stand” or “Deliver”: The choice of either to do or say something now or wait until something or someone indicates a better opportunity.
So, you see, not every junction in life is about black and white or up and down. Most crossroads are paved with the caring what other people might say or do and our own truth. But, now here’s the real kicker:
There’s no such thing as a “wrong” decision.
No, I’m serious. Dead serious.
Every choice you make, whether it’s expected, not expected, accepted, not accepted, whatever, is going to somehow lead you to where you need to be so you can become the person that you truly are. It may be a more difficult road or an unpleasant experience, but wherever you are is where you need to be. If you choose to stay in a harsh relationship, whether or not people approve, that is not necessarily a “wrong” choice. It’s a hard choice, yes! But, obviously, there is something in your truth, in your existence, that has not fully processed or obtained everything that your situation can offer for growth. It’s the same thing with staying in a “dead end” job or making what would be considered an unwise investment. You make your decisions for a reason and no one and nothing could possibly understand your reasons better than you.
If you experience joy with your choice, then you were meant to experience joy. Doesn’t necessarily mean that choice was right or wrong, it just means you were meant to have that experience. At the same token, if you experience hardship, then guess what? It doesn’t mean that choice was right or wrong, either. You were meant to have that experience.
And if you’re making choices and having an experience — difficult or not, joyful or not — then there is absolutely nothing to apologize for!