Daily Angel Oracle Card: Soqed Hozi ~ Partnership, from the Angel Blessings Oracle Card deck, by Kimberly Marooney
Soqed Hozi ~ Partnership:
“Wilt thou love God, as he thee!
Then digest, My Soul, this wholesome meditation,
How God, the Spirit, by Angels waited on in heaven,
doth make his Temple in they breast.”
~ John Donne, Divine Poems XV
“Soqed Hozi (Swe-ked Hose-ee) is the keeper of divine balances, holding the balance of feeling and truth in our lives through our partners. There is a special dynamic involved in intimate relationships between two people who are committed to love. When at last you find the one who is your soul mate, the relationship is tremendously uplifting, supportive and satisfying. Each day is celebrated and is better than the one before. There is fire and passion which is free from the pettiness of many karmic relationships. You feel a synergy that allows the combination of your feelings, creative though and resources to go far beyond what you can imagine doing alone. A love this deep can be your lifeline to survive the most dire circumstances, as well as magnify the joy of celebration and accomplishment one hundredfold. Both of you are transformed by a love so vast that old beliefs simply melt away, allowing new insight and understanding to take their place. When you join in marriage, the celebration transcends the limitation of matter as triumphant waves of love flow through the cosmos!
Occasionally a business partnership or friendship enters the level of intimacy needed to attract Soqed Hozi. Business partnerships that are synergistic open the floodgates of heaven for an unbelievable outpouring of ideas and projects with high potential for success. Just be open to receive the inspiration, then take action! Friendships that achieve this distinction are a rare gift to be nurtured and cherished as you open your hearts to one another. The support and honesty of a deep and meaningful friendship should not be taken lightly.
In a sacred relationship, your mate is a partner on the path of self-discovery as well as your best friend, lover, playmate, confident and caretaker. The emphasis is on truth and trust which, even in the best of circumstances, takes time to mature. As long as there are two people with separate wills, conflict results. But conflict can be used for growth and deeper understanding rather than having a life of its own and a controlling interest. Each partner is free to speak the truth and express feelings of anger, hurt, shame and love. Trust develops through the repeated experience of each partner listening with respect to the position of the other. Both make the commitment to seek the truth in love, conquering the fear that the other will no longer love or might leave if real feelings and desires are shared. Few people feel truly whole until they have found the right love partner.
Repressed feelings can create undercurrents that act as a wedge between the partners, and they usually come up during conflict to complicate any misunderstanding. It is unfair to bring up all the wrongs of the past. The objective of a fair settlement is one in which both parties can agree. Your level of awareness grows significantly as you notice the more subtle ways in which you manipulate yourself and others. This includes your judgments about how your partner should act and respond to you.
All of your most pressing issues have come into play in an intimate relationship. Review your situation. Has your experience been synergistic or depleting? Do you feel trapped or free? Often this feeling has nothing to do with the other person and is a result of your current attitudes. Is your partner possessive? Do you feel guilty about having separate friends and interests? Do you need to hide certain activities? Are you afraid of your partner? Are either of you manipulative or controlling? Do you feel empowered? Are you an equal partner?
As you heal and transform yourself, your needs and desires will change. An open heart and mind will help you allow room for growth together. Use the vulnerability of intimacy to expose your issues. If there is conflict, be thankful and use it to powerfully blast through old judgments and imprisoned feelings, while finding a way to reunite quickly in love and compassion. When there is loving observation, take the opportunity to gently shift. Either way, the objective is to continually find more understanding and truth with your partner.
Ask Soqed Hozi for insights and courage to make tough decisions about your future with this person. If you feel you can no longer unite in love and decide to end the relationship, ask for help with the right timing and understanding to support the highest good for everyone concerned. If you are having difficulty leaving the relationship, find release by clearing your feelings and judgments. When you feel pain or anger, simply acknowledge it without blaming, asking God and Soqed Hozi to transform your emotion into compassion and understanding. You don’t have to agree in order to accept. Constantly ask for more love to fill your relationship. Invite Soqed Hozi to inspire and energize you.”*
~ By Kimberly Marooney
It is challenging to find balance withing our most intimate relationships. We tend to see-saw back and forth in power struggles, mirroring our deepest fears to each other. Judgement and resentment can set in, fear of abandonment, rejection and control can take center stage. Many of us bolt at this point, feeling that we just cannot continue on. It should be easier than this. We have expectations. We have hopes and dreams. When do we work harder and when do we throw in the towel and walk away?
Then there is being single, which is a whole other set of issues. What if we stay alone forever? What if we are doomed to failure? Or what if our love is out there but we can’t find them and someone else snatches them away?
We often stay when we should let go and we walk away when we could have worked harder. We bring all our baggage and put it at the feet of our partner, asking them to sort through it and fix it for us. Or we hide it behind us, constructing walls of steel around us to protect our secrets, our pain and our fragile hearts.
But sometimes we meet someone and none of that matters. The walls are safe to come down. They can see your heart and soul; they don’t get hung up on your belly or your thighs. It’s safe to be yourself. The communication lines open up. The lessons are more gentle, loving and kind.
Maybe you are lucky enough to have this person in your life. If so, expect things to get to a whole new level of intimacy. Open to it; embrace it. Love them deeply and let them love you back.
Or maybe there is someone new in the wings. Someone who will hold your battered heart and breathe life back into it; promise to protect it. Trust. Have faith that this is possible. Do them the favour of not projecting your painful past upon them.
Anything is possible here.
Allow it to happen
~ Archangel Oracle
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I love your blog. I don’t believe in soul mates. I don’t believe God says there is only one. I believe in kindred spirits, that knowing a friend, a mate, a family member instantly. Thank you for your writings. They mean a lot.