The Dreamcatcher

Published May 26, 2017 by Dee ~ Archangel Oracle

The Dreamcatcher, from the Chronicles of Destiny Fortune Card deck, by Josephine Ellershaw and Emily Ellershaw, artwork by Claudia McKinney

Daily Angel Oracle Card: The Dreamcatcher, from the Chronicles of Destiny Fortune Card deck, by Josephine Ellershaw and Emily Ellershaw, artwork by Claudia McKinney

The Dreamcatcher

The Moral Of The Story Is: “Protection from bad influences. Ability to land on your feet. Synchronicity at work behind the scenes.”

“The Seeker follows the new path that leads deeper into the forest; dappled sunlight trickles through the leafy canopy, chasing away shadows that now lay behind. Ahead of them, a woman sits in a golden hoop, her finders deftly repairing the silver strands of a delicate web.

As she notices the Seeker’s presence, she speaks. ‘How intricate are the threads that weave the fabric of our lives. Moment by moment they pass one into another, deceptively innocent in their apparent disconnection, yet all held together but by one tiny thread.’

She smiles at the Seeker’s puzzled expression and motions them forward to join her, ‘You are safe from the Baroness here; her forest ensnares unsuspecting souls, but mine is enchanted to protect them. Take refuge and recover for all will be well.’

The Dreamcatcher Card Definition: “The dreamcatcher is a favorable card that provides protection from bad influences. Synchronicity is at work behind the scenes, so no matter what you are faced with, you have the ability to land on your feet and overcome difficulty.

The Dreamcatcher, originated from Native American Indians and was used as a protective amulet, providing protection from bad dreams by capturing them in the web and only allowing good dreams to remain and slide down the feathers. Peacocks have the ability to eat poisonous plants without suffering ill effects and this is represented by the peacock feathers in the image.

Consider The Dreamcatcher as a protective amulet that will help you to overcome challenges or adversity.”*

~by Josephine Ellershaw and Emily Ellershaw

Sometimes we just need an extra layer of protection and support, and this is being offered to us now. When we are putting ourselves out there into unknown territory, stepping out of our comfort zone and into the new, it is nice to know that someone has our back.

You are protected. Know that this can show up in ways that may not make immediate sense. For example, maybe you meet someone who you think is amazing and want to spend more time getting to know them, but either your schedules just don’t seem to jive or you are missing a key element such as phone number or whatnot to get a hold of them. Or maybe they are in a relationship or not ready for one, the timing is off. Let it go. Even though it may bug you, let it go. Know that if they are not available to you, it is for a reason. Yes, maybe it’s timing and that could change, wait for a clear sign. Or maybe there is someone better suited to you on the horizon. Trust that for whatever reason, this is not for you right now because there is work being done behind the scenes. This example can be used in your career; maybe you don’t get the job or promotion you wanted, or maybe you get laid off or lose your job. Trust that something better is coming your way. It could be applied to where you live, maybe you want to move or don’t want to move and you are forced to do what you didn’t want. Whatever the case may be, see it instead as a layer of protection. Protection against future unhappiness and closing of doors that no longer serve you. Trust.

Maybe this protection will not be seen but more felt. Maybe nothing will change when you wanted it to and everything will stay the same. Know that there is a reason for this too. Have patience and know that what is yours will come to you. Is coming to you now. Trust.

And while you are at it, stay true to yourself and nurture your dreams.

Namaste

Dee

~Archangel Oracle

*Chronicles of Destiny Fortune Card deck, by Josephine Ellershaw and Emily Ellershaw, artwork by Claudia McKinney

 

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