To know what you should “do” in life, simply “be” who you are.

elephant w tusks

My friend, a man in his early 40s, recently moved to a new place where he is living and working in a challenging, unfamiliar situation. This Life Reading addressed the following question:

What is my role at the place where I am currently living? What should I be focusing on right now? The following symbols appeared to Parama in this Life Reading:

  • a mature buck with large antlers lying in grass looking relaxed, aware, and calm
  • a person forming clay at a potter’s wheel
  • a regal, adult male elephant with tusks walking through the wild
  • an empty wheelbarrow

The following is a letter I wrote to my friend about these symbols, their meaning, and how this information can be applied in everyday life:

Instead of focusing on what you need to “do,” now is the time for you to show up fully with who you are — to just “be”. The symbol of the mature buck indicates that you can simply be at peace, calm, and fully aware.

The qualities I would associate with the image of this buck include wisdom, maturity, experience, and awareness. You are invited to fully manifest these qualities in your home during your day to day life.

The elephant that appeared in this Life Reading was regal, powerful, and dominant. These are also qualities that you are invited to bring to your everyday life and into your interactions with the people closest to you.

The symbol of the potter at the potter’s wheel indicates that now is a time for you to form a natural and man-made container that is useful to humans out of the raw materials available to you. This may include physical materials as well as emotional and spiritual ones.

The empty wheelbarrow symbolizes how you are doing the work to move these raw materials where they need to go, from one place to another.

I would like to invite you to bring the qualities of your power animals (the mature elephant and buck) into doing this work.

I wish you blessings on your life’s journey. Thank you for writing.  –Parama

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