Friday, January 29, 2016

Positive Premonition - All 5 Tarot Cards Point to Success!

I'm having goosebumps! 

The past 5 tarot card readings I did on different days basically say one important thing --- that I will succeed in whatever endeavor I take. Moreover, that I should let go of the past and move on to a new chapter of my life. I'm so excited about how all these signs will unfold that I'm having goosebumps as I tell you about it! 

So what are these cards that showed up on my readings? 


This is a major Arcana card and as such is a very big deal when it comes up on readings. The Sun means:

"Brilliant. Radiant. Sparkling...  When we turn on the light in our minds, we are enlightened. We see clearly and understand the truth. Both within and without, the energy of light expands our limits and makes us shine.
In readings, you will understand Card 19 if you imagine yourself to be a Sun God. How do you think and feel? You have total confidence in yourself. You are not cocky, but profoundly sure of your power. You have unlimited energy and glow with health. You have a greatness about you and stand out brilliantly. Finally, you see and understand all that is happening within your sphere. When you see this card, know that you will be successful at all you undertake. Now is the time to let your light shine."


Sunday, January 18, 2015

Warning: New Life Ahead

The "card of the day" I picked for my tarot reading is kind of hard to swallow and until now I'm still trying to understand and process what it really means. Add to that the fact that I had a dream wherein I woke up crying. Again, not a good sign.
Let me tackle it here one by one. Hopefully, by the end of this post, I would have already resolved this. And if you have a similar dream or a similar reading, I hope my insights here would be able to help you.

My card for the day: Four of Cups

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

That Which Does Not Kill Me Can Only Make Me Stronger

Being happy has always been one of my life's greatest pursuits. There are times when it's challenging and there are moments when it's as effortless as breathing fresh air. The past day or two though, it has come to my attention that a few individuals who I used to respect and look up to betrayed me in ways that I never imagined. It sent me to a roller coaster ride of painful emotions and my pursuit to happiness has once again been challenged. I got sick which I tried to not to nourish, I went about my usual tasks and even ran errands in another city as I mustered all the physical and emotional strength I can gather within me. Eventually, I gave in, fell into a momentary depression and slept it all away. 

Yesterday was the toughest day. I turned to my spirit guides and guardian angels for guidance through my tarot cards. I did my card reading for the day and I picked up The Magician. 

Friday, October 24, 2014

The Art of Letting Go by The Hanged Man

If you've read my recent post on my self-help blog entitled Be Proactive: 1st of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, I was actually starting the process of letting go... letting go of someone I considered important, someone I looked up to, someone I admired because I just recently found out that all this time, she hasn't been true to me. It hurt... a lot. I cried so many tears for her, for the relationship I thought I've built with her only to witness it crumbling down to pieces, or actually, only to find out that the relationship never really existed in the first place because it has all just been ONE BIG LIE. 

Anyway, after days of crying buckets of tears  and before I even told my closest friends about it, I consulted with my Spirit Guides through my tarot cards. As usual, while meditating, I picked a card that will signify my Spirit Guides' advice for me and this was the card I picked - The Hanged Man. It still amazes me up to now, how apt the card I pick every single time. And not all or most cards can resonate with whatever it is the card picker is going through. So I know that this is indeed the right card for me.   

The Hanged Man is a Major Arcana card of the Tarot Card deck. Major Arcana cards are usually drawn when events of major importance are happening in one's life. True enough, what happened recently has a big impact on me and my current relationships, so it's just very fitting that I picked up this card. 

The Hanged Man is all about:

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Lunar Eclipse Love Spell for a Perfect Soul Mate

This is a re-post from an old blog post in 2009. Though I had found someone who I thought was my perfect soul mate before, it turns out that he was just one of those soul mates that we meet in life and once their purpose is done, they move on. So this time, with the power of the lunar eclipse happening tonight, I want to cast another spell, this time, for a PERFECT SOUL MATE. I know I have my bebe as my best friend and my soul mate but... is he the perfect one?
This spell will help me REALLY, REALLY FIND MY ONE PERFECT AND FOREVER LOVE. I know it takes faith, a lot of prayers, a ton of effort, patience, love and understanding to find THE ONE so I guess a little bit more help by casting this spell won't hurt, right? So let's get on with it...
The best time to cast this spell is on a clear night of a new moon but tonight is special because there's going to be a lunar eclipse so this makes this spell more powerful!
We will need the following ingredients:

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Dream Interpretation of Repressed Desires and Emotions

My bessy Hanz and I woke up at around 7AM. He's in Cebu City buying stuff for his hotel biz ( while I'm here at home in Alabang living my life. Anyway, it's been four days now since we started doing our morning and evening prayer sessions over Skype or Hangout or over the phone to help us both go through the difficulties we're going through in our respective personal lives. As he was preparing for his day, I was in the kitchen making myself some pasta. I'm declaring myself as the queen of leftover food because I cook so much for the day that my fridge tends to get filled with various leftover dishes. The pasta I used this morning was actually from the meat sauce pasta dish I made last week. So all it needed then was a new sauce and did I make a new one! In fact, here's what I posted on my Facebook this morning:
OMG! This is the first time I attempted to make creamy tuna pasta with cheese and mushrooms (t'was my x's specialty) and mine tastes good! I added tumeric ginger plus carrots and didn't include bellpeppers to get that unique Jen taste. Hehehe. Ang saraaap!!! Then there's my pressed coffee (no sugar) to wake me up. Bon appetit! (^_^)"

So yeah, my dish was surprisingly tasty! I never attempted this before because my x's version of it was the best I ever tasted. I just changed it up a bit because you know, I'm getting on with my life and moving on here... it's just that I have a box of cream in the fridge that's about to expire and I didn't want it to go to waste (which is why I've also been making a lot of fruit shakes with cream in it). Hehehe.
Anyway, moving on with this post, the pasta I made this morning made me very, very sleepy. Despite having a few sips of coffee, the moment my butt hit the bed here in the guestroom I fell asleep... for three hours(9am - 12noon)! I am currently working in the guestroom because the router is here and SmartBro wifi sucks lately that I'm not getting any signal in my home office (located a few meters from the router).

I had this weird dream which I could not make sense of. In my dream, I was walking up the stairs then stopping to look at the elevator downstairs then  I'd walk down the stairs then look at an elevator upstairs, then  there's this bullet rolling on the ground, sort of following me and in its middle is a red beeping sound. In my dream, I was thinking that this bullet might be a bomb that could explode soon and so I was doing my best to get far from it as possible by running up and down the stairs and trying to find a place  to hide in case it blows!

Then later on I figured it's not a bomb. The bullet is following me and that red beeping sound might be a camera so whoever is controlling that thing would be able to follow me.

Then the next scene was I reached a floor where many of my old schoolmates in grade school and high school were there and I just joined them in their bonding session as if it was just yesterday.

Then I woke up.

So being the OC (obssessive-compulsive) me, I wanted to find out what this means. Based on the symbols I saw in my dream, here are the interpretations according to

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Dream Interpretation: Airplanes and Boats

Posted this on my Facebook a while ago:
Napped and woke up from a bad dream... first I couldn't find the toilet in a big plane. Turns out the big plane is a big boat which turned out to be a small boat which left me on a trip wearing only my underwear and flimsy top and made me lose my Note 3. Thank God when I woke up, I was still lying naked on my bed (i just showered before i napped), my Note was just beside me and I'm safely home. (^_^)

After  I showered this morning, I got so sleepy. Perhaps because I woke up at 5am after bessy Hanz called me and we did our morning gratitude prayer session over the phone. Then I had a big breakfast while watching an old chick flick, The Change-Up.

Soon after, I finished my chores for the day, got tired and sweaty, showered then I felt so relaxed afterwards as I was lying on my bed naked that I fell asleep. Off I went to dreamland. In my dream, I was on a  big airplane looking for the bathroom coz I "needed to go". The plane was really big, with all these cabins and luxury compartments and levels.
According to, to see an airplane in your dream indicates:
  1. that you will overcome your obstacles and rise to a new level of prominence and status;
  2. you may experience a higher consciousness, new-found freedom and greater awareness;
  3. perhaps you need to gain a better perspective or wider view on something.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

This is it! Even My Tarot Card Says So...

It's been a while since I last held my deck of tarot cards. I've been pretty much busy with my moving on process (Read related post here: 100 Happy Days Project - I'm Back!) that I forgot to seek guidance from my trusted spirit guides through my tarot cards. 

So today, after waking up at 4 am and playing in the kitchen to make an all-day pasta feast, I rested for a little while in the living room, propped myself up for meditation and saw my deck sitting on the wooden bench. I picked it up, opened the box and dealt the cards as I asked my spirit guides to let me know if I am somehow on the right track with my most current decisions (which is to find true love... see related post here: My Quest for Finding True Love Begins Now and to soon have a baby). 

Saturday, March 15, 2014

I Am The Fool

I woke up late today. I am usually asleep at 9am and awake by 5pm. But because I had to run errands pertaining to life insurance, I got to sleep at 5pm and woke up before 11pm. I still did my usual routine. Like I said in my other blog post, Moving On and Starting a New Chapter, I am a routine kind of gal. So after doing all the chores around the house, I was watching one of my favorite movies of all time, Armageddon, when my eyes got diverted to my tarot cards just lying there on the wooden bench in the living room. I was pretty emotional again, feeling confused and sad. So I thought that might be a good time to take a breather, talk to my spirit guides and pick my tarot card for the day. And guess what I picked? THE FOOL

Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Hanged Man - a Timely Tarot Card Reading

I posted last night on my personal facebook page that I've been wanting to reorganize my life and be able to do the things I am passionate about for my well-being and happiness. 

Here's what I shared:

Bonding with baboo Peter's best friend Peachie last night really gave me a lot of insight and inspiration as to how I should budget my time making sure that I not only spend it on work but on things that enrich my life too... like my passions. Peachie is an artist. She loooves to draw and paint and make beautiful things! And what I really like about her is that she gets to incorporate her art in her daily activities. As for me, I have so many things I want to do (like play with my drums, guitar and keyboard, draw, make beaded accessories, sew, paint, do yoga, meditate, play with my tarot cards, surf, windsurf, travel, read my books, blog, plant vegetables, make crafts, sing, dance, act, etc.) but I am at a loss as to which ones I should accomplish first.... or which one is really my ultimate passion. All I know is I have to earn my keep and keep our house spick and span. So most of my 24 hours on a weekday are spent on house chores and work. But this has to change. While I re-organize my life and discern my real passion, here's an article I read that can help people like me who want to get started on anything. I hope this helps you too. 

And with this, I say good night. Hoping to get back to a more normal body clock and more productive routine for health and fitness purposes. Sweet dreams, everyone! 

And so today, I've once again started doing some of those passions of mine which includes being able to do my tarot card reading. I had a lot of questions and concerns which I hope my card for the day would be able to answer, or at least help enlighten my cluttered mind. I've just been out of a very long emotional rut (as evidenced by my lack of posts here for almost a year now); it's been almost a week since my hormones and moods have stabilized (and I am hoping it's for good); and it's been far too long since I last felt neutral and content.   I want to make full use of it by being productive with my everyday activities despite the fact that on the financial front, my hubby and I had been duped by one of our insurance companies and we are talking about a huge sum of money. But we are not letting that bring us down. So back to my tarot card reading, I had a lot of questions like: What do I do with my life? How do I go about fixing my priorities? Is it right to pursue my new dreams? Etc.

As I was talking to God and my spirit guides about it, meditating hard on these questions, I picked my card - The Hanged Man.

In terms of ACTIONS, The Hanged Man is all about:

letting go
having an emotional release
accepting what is
surrendering to experience
ending the struggle
being vulnerable and open
giving up control
accepting God's will
turning the world around
changing your mind
overturning old priorities
seeing from a new angle
upending the old order
doing an about-face
suspending action
pausing to reflect
feeling outside of time
taking time to just be
giving up urgency
living in the moment
waiting for the best opportunity
being a martyr
renouncing a claim
putting self-interest aside
going one step back to go two steps forward
giving up for a higher cause
putting others first

The Hanged Man is one of the most mysterious cards in the tarot deck. It is simple, but complex. It attracts, but also disturbs. It contradicts itself in countless ways. The Hanged Man is unsettling because it symbolizes the action of paradox in our lives. A paradox is something that appears contradictory, and yet is true. The Hanged Man presents to us certain truths, but they are hidden in their opposites.
The main lesson of the Hanged Man is that we "control" by letting go - we "win" by surrendering. The figure on Card 12 has made the ultimate surrender - to die on the cross of his own travails - yet he shines with the glory of divine understanding. He has sacrificed himself, but he emerges the victor. The Hanged Man also tells us that we can "move forward" by standing still. By suspending time, we can have all the time in the world. 
In readings, the Hanged Man reminds us that the best approach to a problem is not always the most obvious. When we most want to force our will on someone, that is when we should release. When we most want to have our own way, that is when we should sacrifice. When we most want to act, that is when we should wait. The irony is that by making these contradictory moves, we find what we are looking for. -The Hanged Man

It is so true that we control by letting go. Before, whenever I'd think about the big money that we lost or other troubles that seem so huge, my head would hurt and I would lose the will to wake up. It happened to my husband too. He'd have these panic attacks and terrible migraines I thought I'd need to bring him to the hospital! It's unhealthy and it's been controlling our emotions, our moods, our disposition in life. When I let it go and told my husband to just let it go, things got better emotionally and mentally. We're still in a financial rut but it seems more manageable now. We are both standing still and we are keeping our emotions in check so we can move forward from the situation. 

Furthermore, according to the Tarot Bible by Sarah Bartlett:


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