Dear Women

You are a Goddess.

Sexy, strong, beautiful, and Independent

Playful, Passionate, and Mysterious

Yet willing to bow at the feet of your Beloved.

Benevolent and Powerful

Seeker of Truth and Justice

Defender of Nature and Animals

Advocate to women, children, the poor, and oppressed.

A healing spark,
A magical touch,
A humble Servant.

Warrior and Peacemaker
You govern with gentleness
Goodness is your virtue.

Your womb gives birth to Life,
In which your body carries the ability to nurture and give sustenance.

Every curve, every scar, every line on your body,
Every tear, every smile, every sigh,
Every sacred footprint
Is a testament that you are here
A holy temple in which the Divine dwells.

You are a Goddess.
Your Loving Presence commands veneration.

Accepting no less than what you deserve,
Your worth is gold.

Allow no one to dishonor, corrupt, or defile your spirit, lest you
Withhold your blessings, hide your face, and unleash your wrath.

For your Soul is a fortress, a refuge from the storms, where
Wisdom and Grace can be found.

Guided by the Light of the Moon
You are a Goddess.

Blessed Be,


Your Free Oracle Card Reading for the Week of January 18-24, 2015



Go With the Flow

“It may be best if you would yield, at least temporarily. Withdraw, blend in or avoid directly confronting energies that oppose your best interests. Get out of your own way and let outside forces aid you in ways that you cannot even imagine. Use your psychic gift to guide you to your goal. Soon the passive nature of this time will be revealed as useful.”

This card reminds me of the quote by Bruce Lee:

“Be like water making its way through the cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves.

Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapost, it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”

And that, my friends, is the key to riding the waves of life.

The positive affirmation for this card is:

“I adapt to conditions so I can spend my time creatively evolving ways to attain my goal at my own pace. I flow with the current in which I find myself.”

Eurzulie is the Goddess of Sensitivity

She sees your goodness and your willingness to place your own needs second to help those in need. You are an empath, intuitively being able to sense what others are feeling. You need to protect yourself from negativity. Regularly cleanse and protect yourself with Divine White Light.

A ritual to invoke Eurzulie, or to assist you with going with the flow, or cleansing harsh energies:

Fill a bath with warm water and add a cup of sea or bath salts with a few drops of essential oils. As you soak in the bath, use your finger to write your name on the surface of the water as you say twelve times:

“I am a part of the waters of life,

Where they flow, I will go,

Ending discord, hurt, and strife.”

Feel relaxed and at ease. Float like a child in the pre-birth state. Feel your insecurities being absorbed by the healing waters, let the water drain out and know that any negative energy that has recently been absorbed will be washed away, as tears release pain and wash away sadness.

Have a blessed week, friends!

Love & Light

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I reached a point in my Dark Night of the Soul that required intervention. I had been diagnosed with Addison’s Disease, meaning my adrenal glands, which regulate stress hormones, were completely burned out. I could no longer function. My friend sent me to the Cristine Center in Willard, WI  ( for a spiritual retreat to get some much needed rest and rejuvenation. It was March 2008, and snow was falling in these beautiful woods. I checked in late at night, and I followed the nun in my car out to my assigned cabin.

“I’ve put you in our cabin called AHIMSA,” the nun said. “It means non-violence.”

I had never heard the word before but how fitting, I thought, considering I was struggling to survive domestic violence, which ultimately led me to this place.

The civil unrest in this country following the decision not to indict Officer Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, has weighed heavily on my heart. I have felt called to meditate upon ahimsa, again. Ahimsa is a Sanskrit word meaning “cause no injury” or “do not harm”. It refers to non-violence of all living things in thought, word, and deed. The premise is that all living things possess the spark of divine spiritual energy and to harm another is to harm oneself. It is believed that all violence has karmic consequences.

Jesus, in Matthew 5: 21-26, reveals that we are just as guilty of murder if we hold unjust anger or hatred in our hearts toward our fellow humankind, or if we insult them.

Gandhi’s path was of ahimsa. Consider some of his quotes on the subject:

We may never be strong enough to be entirely nonviolent in thought, word and deed. But we must keep nonviolence as our goal and make strong progress towards it. The Attainment of freedom, whether for a person, a nation or a world, must be in exact proportion to the attainment of nonviolence for each.”

Nonviolence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being.”

I am part and parcel of the whole and cannot find God apart from the rest of humanity.”

Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it stands than to anything on which it is poured.”

Woman is more fitted than man to make exploration and take bolder action in nonviolence … There is no occasion for women to consider themselves subordinate or inferior to men … Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity … If by strength is meant moral power, then woman is immeasurably man’s superior … If nonviolence is the law of our being, the future is with women … ”

Martin Luther King Jr.’s mission was ahimsa:

“Non-violence is a powerful and just weapon. Which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.”

“Non-violence means not only avoiding external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him.”

“At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.”

I encourage you, my brothers and sisters, to meditate upon and practice ahimsa in thought, word, and deed. Envision what the world would be like if everyone held onto the virtue of ahimsa.

Let us hold the sentiments of the holiday season in our hearts throughout the year~

“Peace on Earth and Goodwill toward Men!”


“I AM”

I am free falling

through space and time

Riding on the wings of angels

Carried along by the Spirit.

At the right moment

My Divine parachute will open and

bring me to my destination.

I am the still point, I am the exposion

I am all and I am nothing

I am a ball of energy

Dancing among the trees.

I am a deer, eyes wide open,

looking after her fawn.

I am in the sound of the doe’s footsteps

Crackling the branches beneath the broken snow.

I am a cedar tree and

I am in the smoke of the incense

Burnt as a fragrant offering to

The Gods and Goddesses,

Carried up to the Most High

As a prayer for the Saints.

I am timeless and void, yet

I am here and now.

copyright Rebecca Washington, March 2008
Heaven On Earth Ministries

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