Monday, April 21, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of April 21

Welcome to your week!
Yesterday was Easter, and we had some close friends and family over for dinner. I ended up doing a reading for one of my close friends, something I've loved doing since I was fourteen years old or so. She's been dealing with some tough personal issues, and it was a very strong reading - the cards that came up were so right on, we both got a little teary! I've seen divination tools at work now for almost ten years (through readings I've done and readings I've gotten from others) and over and over again I've seen them offer up exactly the advice that we most need to hear in order to move through our troubles and come out on the other side happier, healthier, and more whole.

During the course of it she asked me how I target my weekly forecasts.
It occurred to me that this is something I should share with you as well. I have things I do to center and ground myself before I begin. Then, when I sit, I close my eyes and ask that I receive the guidance for the upcoming week that will be most beneficial for my community. I'm not focusing on the entire planet, I'm focusing on my community - I see this as being much more specific and I do feel this helps me direct information that is most applicable to you. My community encompasses anyone who is drawn to my book, any of my friends and family who tune in each week when I publish these forecasts, and any of you who have joined my Facebook author page or keep in touch with me over email or Twitter. But it also encompasses anyone who stumbles upon my blog or webpage: we are all part of this community of Seeking, seeking to reconnect with a sense of magic and daily enchantment in whatever ways feel right to each one of us. I focus my forecasts on the information that is most helpful for the upcoming week for this community because I believe we are a spiritual family. The best part of it is that the door is always open, and let me tell you - It's been nearly four years since the US edition of FAERY TALE hit the shelves and I continue to delight in all the incredible people who have fluttered into my life - whether it be in the cyber world or the physical one - because of our shared passion in living.

Although we may all be in different moments of personal growth and exploration, when we are drawn to similar things it is for a reason. We resonate together. Synchronicities happen. We learn and we expand. So that's how I do it.

And these readings are for you.

Once again this week, I'm working with The Wisdom of Avalon cards by Colette Baron-Reid.

Monday - Tuesday (April 21 - 22): The Queen 
Yesterday I mentioned that the word Easter comes from the Old English ēastre; a word of Germanic origin that relates to Ostern and east. According to the Christian chronicler Bede, who wrote in the 7th century, Ēastre was the name of a goddess associated with spring. So perhaps it is no surprise that we have The Queen showing up here. Among other things, she represents fertility, beauty and earthly pleasures. Just like springtime, The Queen comes to remind us of the beauty of new life, and of life itself. And as supreme feminine royalty, she reminds us how important it is to value ourselves and to hold our head high - not with arrogance, but with a calm and loving assuredness of our own incredible value and our place in the world. Early in the week, you'll want to ensure you're being mindful of your personal boundaries. Don't be afraid to delegate responsibility if that's what you need to do, if you're feeling like it's all too much at the office or working on a difficult project. Or perhaps she is coming to remind you that you have the inner power and ability to take something on yourself, if you have been doubting whether you were worthy. 

This card also has to do with self-nurturing and friendships. Take the time out to recharge yourself early in the week - treat yourself in whatever small way, like the royalty you all are. Many of you are busy and taking time or doing something special for yourself can seem like an extravagance, but it's not. We are each the rulers of our own lives, our own private kingdoms, so to speak. And a good ruler must be healthy and strong themselves if they are to manage all the things that need doing, and all the supporting of the people they love. 

Wednesday - Thursday (April 23 - 24): Death 
Wait, wait, wait! Don't be frightened. No one is dying here! The Death card might bring to the surface a word that terrifies us, but I promise you it is truly it is a beautiful card, and one of the most powerful cards that signals transformation. What better card to get just as we are launching into Spring? 

Mid week this week you may be faced with things that are outmoded - things that are no longer useful to you or helpful for you to be engaging with. On the planetary side of things, we are passing through a time of eclipses. These are times in which old relationships, old patterns, or things we have swept under the rug resurface in our lives so that we must deal with them once and for all and MOVE FORWARD with our lives. So perhaps it is no surprise that the Avalon cards are asking you to do the same. If you find yourself dealing with a difficult situation, realize that this isn't just "life," this situation is being brought to you so that you can do right by it this time, learn, bless it, and send it on its way. If you can do this, the Death card promises transformation - a rebirth, or if you follow the Christian faith, your own personal form of resurrection. So don't be frightened. There is a new life and a new way of being that lies ahead. Undertake to do the work, whatever it may be, joyfully, and know that once you put this behind you, behind you it will stay. 

Friday & The Weekend (April 25 - 27): The Serpent
If you're wary of snakes like I am, perhaps it seems only natural that Death and a serpent would show up together! But if you've done any reading into the symbols of antiquity, you know that The Serpent is a symbol of ancient wisdom and magic of the spiritual world. This weekend, right on the tail of your transformation, the Serpent comes to remind us of the magic of wisdom and the enchantment of learning. This weekend, take time to do something new that you feel drawn to, or carve out the space to indulge in your favorite hobby - whether it be art, music, reading, or even learning a new recipe. "The Serpent also lets you know that you may be suffering because there are aspects of yourself that are wounded and still need tending." 
Sleep, rest, meditate, make time for your favorite gym class or take a walk in nature. 

If you're at a place where you're making a change in your life and seeking guidance, ask the power of this card to bring you a sign about what direction to head. Then keep your eyes and ears open to whatever new information finds you in the coming week. Rest assured that The Serpent "heralds success" if you follow his guidance. 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of April 14

This week’s forecast comes from The Wisdom of Avalon Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid, who looks rather like a Lady of the Lake herself, art by Gary A. Lippincott. I’ve been working with this deck for less than a year and it’s very special. It carries with it the feeling of the Chalice Well in Glastonbury and the Tor, which is both wonderful and eerie: if you’re in tune, you can truly sense this coming through when you handle the cards.

I found this deck in the Chalice Well gift shop, where I always like to linger when I visit the Chalice Well. I picked up the demonstration deck and cut it – and there was the Lady of the Lake herself with her dark, swirling hair and legendary sword. She is one of the most iconic images of Glastonbury, and one of the most magical – Morgan le Fay, the Priestess, Faery Woman, Lady of the Lost Island in the Mist. It was a warm day in June but shivers traced my arms. I bought the deck and have been working with it ever since.

Incidentally, if you long to visit the Well and can’t get there, you can at least visit the gift shop online. They have a magnificent virtual tour that makes you feel as if you’re standing there. (Click here to visit.)

Monday – Tuesday (4/14 – 4/15): The Dragon
“The Dragon symbolizes true power and reminds you that this infinite source is not found within your personality or ego.”

It comes naturally to humans to individualize. We can forget so easily that we too are a part of everything around us. We look outside and sigh wistfully at nature, and forget to remember that we are nature ourselves. It can take a lot of pressure off to remind ourselves that we may be the sum total of our parts, but within each of us crackles that same divine spark, the one that may inhabit our bodies but can never truly be separated from its source. The Dragon comes to remind you that if you are feeling tired, uncertain, unhappy, fearful, upset, whatever it might be, you can always draw upon that power. When you do, the next step will become clear. Within this spark is the morality, purpose, or integrity needed to do and or say the right thing, the thing that will help ensure you are living your life to its highest most pure potential.

His front talons makes the sign of infinity – the circle. On Monday and Tuesday if things feel hectic, it may help to remind yourself of this ancient cord that knits the world together. Breathe and know that you are just a tiny creature existing in a vast and spectacular Universe. You are on the periphery and at its center all at once. Act from there and you cannot go astray.

Wednesday – Thursday (4/16-4/17): The Owl
Midweek, cards seem to always be asking us to see more clearly, and this Wednesday and Thursday is no exception. The Owl comes to warn you that although it’s easy to get swept up into the busyness of the week, you need to be alert – “Someone may be trying to camouflage his or her real intentions.” Deception, misrepresentation or confusion may be present, so be certain to slow down and take the time to ensure you’re seeing a situation for what it truly is. The Owl can also come to make us aware of ways in which we are deceiving ourselves. Are you making excuses for yourself or for others? Are you telling yourself that something you’re doing is justified when really it’s not?
You can call upon The Owl in a quiet moment to help you gain clarity. As Baron-Reid writes, “Deep wisdom into human nature is gained through the ability to recognize untruths.”

Friday & The Weekend (4/18 – 4/20): The Eagle
 The weekend is bound to be ethereal when The Eagle shows up.
But “Don’t get caught up in the tiny, unimportant aspects of life,” this card counsels. Remember - the things that are truly important in life are the things that engulf, ignite and nourish us. Give those things your time and attention, and spend your time this weekend devoting what activities you can to this aim.
Be present. Be grateful for family and friends. Feel happiness. Play. Laugh. These are the things that feed and recharge us so that we can enter our working lives and carry with us some of this magical essence into the broader world. It starts in our own hearts and homes, our own interactions with friends, neighbors and family, and radiates from there. The Eagle also carries resonances of The Dragon, reminding you that you are always connected to “spirit,” whatever that means to you.

I hope you have a glorious week.

- Signe

Monday, April 07, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of April 7

It was a beautiful, breezy reading this morning in the sunroom. Lavender incense from my sister some Christmas ago, etherial music drifting in the background, and outside, the wind chimes sounding. I hope some valuable wisdom seeps through.

Something a bit magical happened this morning. I've handed in my first draft of the new book (to read more, click here) to my agent and my good friend and mentor Mary Alice Monroe. I've had a lovely and peaceful wait to hear back, enjoying some down time before I delve into revisions, which I know will be intense, all consuming. This morning I sat and meditated to prepare for this week's card reading, and opened up my email quickly before beginning - there, one after the other, were emails from both my ladies, written just half an hour apart, both letting me know they've finished reading and are ready to discuss. Except Mary Alice is here in Charleston with me, and Yfat was writing from London. It was just a sweet little moment of synchronicity, and I always find those so magical and reassuring.

If you haven't yet purchased your own deck of cards, I really urge you to do so. Right now we're using the HEART OF FAERIE ORACLE from Brian and Wendy Froud, and it is by far one of my favorite decks to use. (It's no secret what warmth and admiration I hold of the Frouds.) But in coming weeks I'll be exposing you to some of the other mediums I use via the weekly forecasts, so this will be a great time for any of you thinking about forging a closer connection with divine guidance to see which method resonates best with you.

This week's forecast.

Monday & Tuesday (4/7 - 4/8): Prick Up Your Ears
As Wendy writes, "It's very easy to listen without really hearing and hear without really understanding." This card reminds us on Monday and Tuesday to be especially aware of not just what people are saying, but what their actual meaning is. We all put our feet in our mouth from time to time, and sometimes without even realizing. Early in the week, be mindful that you may need to give somebody the benefit of the doubt - compassion can help you see more clearly what is really being communicated, and if someone says or does something to offend you, ask yourself if it's really worth getting bent out of shape over. Don't jump to conclusions. This faery's eyes are so large and soft - if you look at them for a moment, you might see timidness or fear, but look deeper. I see softness, compassion, openness, vulnerability. We're quick to act defensively or jump to conclusions because we want to protect ourselves. But this faerie says, "Use your softness and vulnerability to see the same in others." Prick Up Your Ears, and you can ensure that no misunderstandings taint the beginning of your week with needless drama.

Wednesday & Thursday (4/9 - 4/10): The Magician
The Magician is a master of illusion. Imagine that you walk into a hall of mirrors. How do you know which image is the real you? You have to rely on your inner faculties, your own intuition. It's interesting that, if you look back at past weeks, midweek seems to often bring cards into focus that have to do with clear sight - this is likely because by midweek, we're up to our ears in activity. We tend to lose sight of the release and serenity we found in moments over the weekend and get caught up all over again in the daily grind. It makes sense to me we're seeing a theme of "Wake up! Make sure you're watching where you're going." And this card is no different. Sometimes we long so much for romance, enchantment, the whole fairy tale, that we allow ourselves to be drawn in by things that are not what they seem. This doesn't have to do solely with relationships, it can have to do with a job offer, and opportunity, a new friendship. If something new arises on Wednesday or Thursday, take a moment to check in with yourself and ask, "Am I seeing what's really there, or only what I want to see?" This card reminds you that you don't need to look outside of yourself for your fairy tale. It lives within you. Stay true to it, and everything else begins to flow from there.

Friday & The Weekend (4/11 - 4/13): Tink
This faerie, Tink, really understands the concepts of boundaries. For her there is no in between when it comes to what she needs. She knows what she needs to maintain her equilibrium and she is not shy about saying so. In fact, push her too far and you'd better watch out! She'll do what she must to get you to pay attention. Case in point: I had such an amazing visit with my sister, but by the time KP and my niece left on Saturday morning, I was completely exhausted. I badly needed some solo time to get back in balance, sleep, and recharge my battery. I'd made plans with a good friend of mine to meet up for the day, but there was no question in my mind about what I needed. A quick text message and one understanding friend later, I was in bed having one of the most luxurious naps I've had in years. By Sunday I was feeling much more myself, and I was able to get out of the house and enjoy being social again. So this weekend, don't be afraid to say what you need. Voice your needs, and stay true to them. This doesn't have to be in an aggressive way, keep it simple. You know what you need. Voice it. Then just do it.

This card can also carry a message about voicing your opinion - and those who might do it too often! Yes, we all have freedom of expression. But it's always good to think before you speak. This week's theme, with Prick Up Your Ears, makes me want to warn against speaking out without first considering whether it's really worth it. If you find something getting under your skin this weekend and feel your voice rising, stop and re-evaluate. Sometimes we don't give our voices enough freedom. Sometimes we can give them too much, and influence others when we really should let them figure things out for themselves, or worse, hurt their feelings. Keep Tink in mind, and figure out which side of the spectrum you might be tending toward.

Have a wonderful week!

p.s. I promised a video, but this wasn't what I expected - Haven Mae conducted her first card reading. The funniest thing was, I thought I had put them out of her reach!

Monday, March 31, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of March 31

Hi Friends,

We've got a more brief forecast this week, because doing a weekly forecast with a 21-month old (my niece, Haven) running shrieking around the sunroom is hilariously difficult. I'm having the best time with her, but I've got new admiration for all you parents out there who still manage to get so much done in life. Kudos to you, I mean it!
Company in the sunroom this morning...
My sister, KP, (who you met in Faery Tale)
and her daughter Haven. 

I also wanted to take a moment to send out a shiny and warm welcome to all the new members of the Faery Tale/Signe Pike Facebook page. I hope you'll enjoy staying in touch, and please feel free to post cool photos, links, etc. to share with the other faery-folks on my site. You all are what make this such a great gathering place.

Without further ado, this week's forecast.

Monday & Tuesday (3/31 - 4/1): The Elven Knight
The Elven Knight represents a force in our lives, a driving direction, and has to do with "Enchantment, Leadership, and The Call of Faerie." In my experience it can have to do with a physical move - either a relocation, a new job, or something more metaphorical like a new project, new path in life or new pursuit that will bring you new happiness or a fortifying sense of meaning. It speaks of a "yearning" we have, something we day dream about, long for, or desire. There is enchantment in this card, so along with it can come the unexpected, but it is most often changes that leave you better off and happier than where you started from.

Any new venture or project begun in the first two days of the week will have the support of the Universe, so move forward with confidence, knowing that even if what you're undergoing may be difficult, it is indeed possible.

Wednesday & Thursday (4/2 - 4/3): The Fixer
The Fixer is a hard working little fellow, always eager to sweep things under the rug, eager to get rid of the things he thinks are best keep hidden away. As Wendy Froud writes, "He does this with the best of intentions. He just wants to make everything right again."

Sometimes it's tempting to take the easy way out, to tell a white lie to avoid facing something we'd rather not do, or to delude ourselves because we don't want to face the facts of a situation. But taking the easy way out, no matter how we do it, always has a way of coming back to haunt us. Mid-week, if you find yourself taking short cuts, telling a white lie to smooth things over, beware! You may just be discovered, and that can lead to embarrassing situations or fractured friendships. Instead, ask how you can handle the situation with integrity, staying true to your principles. You can always ask the faeries for help and guidance to stay true to the best part of "you."  

Friday & The Weekend (4/4 - 4/6): The Temptation
As you move into the weekend, make sure you stay tuned in to what feels right and good for you. It's easy to get carried away, or end up doing things we know aren't in our best interests on weekends, you know. This card has to do with temptations, and it asks us just to be aware of temptations when they surface this weekend, and take a moment to ask, How do I feel about this? Is this something that is going to make me feel balanced? Healthy? Does it satisfy a need on a deeper level? If so, go for it. If not, you might still go for it, but just be aware that next time, you can make a different choice. We are the masters of our own bodies, the worlds we move through during the day, and especially our own inner landscapes. Sometimes it's nice to let loose and throw caution to the wind. But other times, the consequences of such actions call us to reconsider the choices we make. Some temptations are meant to be indulged in. Others are meant to teach us about positive choices, actions, self-care and happiness.

Pay attention to what temptations arise this weekend. Just be aware as they surface, ground yourself for a moment, and listen to what your gut is telling you. Then it's easy - you just obey. Intuition is never wrong, that's something I can promise you!

I hope you all have a beautiful week.
- Signe

Monday, March 24, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of March 24th

I hope many of you are beginning to see signs of spring wherever you may be. The Spring Equinox has come and gone - I've been traveling the past two weeks, and I can't tell you how nice it is to be sitting in the sunroom with this week's cards spread out before me on the old wooden coffee table.

Though, I will say, the creatures seemed to have missed me, and it's not easy to type with a cat on your shoulder and a fat puppy making moony eyes at you. And though it may be spring now, this weekend feels like Christmas because Kirsten Pike is coming to visit. Better yet, she is bringing one ridiculously adorable Haven Mae, my 21-month-old niece, who I call "Chicken," and many of you might remember, I posted this for her when she was a newborn.

Perhaps I'll post a little video on next week's blog, since I'll be doing next week's reading in their company!

In the meantime, thank you to all of you who have been writing me letting me know that these weekly readings are helpful and best of all, meaningful. I'm so glad to hear it, and I can't get enough news about your synchronicities, so please feel free to keep those emails and Facebook messages coming. They always brighten my day.

Much love.

Monday & Tuesday (3/24 - 3/25): The Hidden One
The Hidden One comes to teach us about awareness. As Wendy Froud writes, "If you don't watch, if you don't look, if you don't see this time, she'll make sure that next time, you do." It's easy to move through life with our eyes closed, or in a perpetual sleepwalk, as I called it, in Faery Tale. But there are a lot of dangers that come along with walking through life with your eyes shut, tripping on the sidewalk among the least of them. This Faery is the pebble that trips you on the sidewalk, the knick you get from your knife when you're spacing out or racing through chopping veggies for dinner. Her desire isn't to harm, but to wake you up! She wants you to be aware of not only yourself, but of all the things going on around you. While some faeries come to tell us about self-awareness, this being reminds us instead that we can become too self-involved. Look at the world around you, she reminds us. Questions to ask yourself on Monday and Tuesday may be:

How are your actions affecting others?
Are you present and "awake" in your surroundings or your life?
Do you need to slow down?
Is there a way you can reach out to help another?

This is a card about awareness. So if you find yourself "tripping" or klutzing your way through the early part of the week, remember to stop. Take a deep breath, and make yourself aware of your surroundings. We all need these reminders from time to time.

Wednesday & Thursday (3/26 - 3/27): The Joy of the Future
Being joyful should be easy, right? But I think we all know that most of the time, it's not always so simple. This card comes to remind us of a truly important "Universal Truth." Joy is here. It's a part of living. It's available to each and every one of us, in every second of the day. It's free, ever accessible, and unconditional. It's we who must decide to tap into it. If you take a look at the card, you'll see the little man near the mushroom cap, who is looking awfully uncertain of all of this. He's the voice inside of each of us who can't help from saying, Everything's wrong, this won't work. I can't be happy... But see how silly he is? I love Wendy's writing on this: "The future is coming and will soon be present. There isn't anything we can do to stop that from happening, but we often fear what the future holds." A very wise woman! This card comes mid-week to remind us of the things we cannot control and the things we cannot change. Let go and Let God, as they say. The only thing you can control in life is how you move through it. Being grateful, being joyful, being present (as the Hidden One reminds us) is a choice. Midweek, remind yourself to choose it. I do find that when I'm content, appreciative and aware of the joy that can be found in the little moments, little sights and sounds of the day, everything seems to flow better and with more ease. So if you find your own voice of worry and dread speaking too loudly midweek, acknowledge it. Tell him or her, It's okay. I know you're afraid that things may not turn out. Then look at the sky. Stop to pet a dog. Use some pretty smelling lotion. Take a minute to do something that brings you joy. This is what life is truly about.  

Friday & the Weekend (3/28 - 3/30): The Thief 
The weekend brings us The Thief, who may have a more negative name, but really he can be a rather noble guy. He's noble because he always shows up to help us realize we need to make a change. But the emotions and circumstances that surround The Thief feel none too good. If you're feeling depression, guilt, or a generalized feeling of discontent at any point this weekend, don't stuff it down into the bottomless pit we banish all unwanted emotions into. You're feeling this way for a reason. Ask yourself instead, is there an area where you've been making excuses? Something you've been resisting or ignoring, or simply doing nothing about that needs to be taken care of?

Often this has to do with bad habits. For many of you who are Catholic, Lent ends on Thursday, but perhaps The Thief wishes to remind us all of what we carry or indulge in needlessly year round. Too much TV? Too much drinking? Not enough sleep? Too much naughty food? Ask yourself what thing, habit or issue in your life is stealing from you. The Thief brings bad feelings to help you realize you can do better for yourself. So if you find yourself having trouble feeling that joy this weekend, make a commitment to address your own thief. Think of one small thing you can do to address your thief, and then stick to it. Do it. You'll feel so much better.
And you'll head into next week a stronger and happier person than the one who entered this one.

I hope you all have a great week.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Faerie Card Forecast: Week of March 17th

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I've been in New York since Wednesday, and it felt so wonderful to settle myself in The Shed this morning with some green tea, sage burning, and all the backyard magic. This week's forecast felt very powerful coming through, so I do hope it'll be of use to you. Faery best wishes for a wonderful week. 
- Signe

Monday – Tuesday (3/17 – 3/18): Queen of Passage
This is a card about transitions, reassurance and balance. The Queen of Passage comes to remind us that there is always wisdom to be mined in the midst of change. If you are going through difficult things early in the week, whether it be in your personal or professional life, this being is coming forward to reassure you: “There is growth in the future. There is a way ahead.”
In her hand she holds the pomegranate, the symbol of Persephone’s journey into the underworld and her ultimate re-emergence into the upper world as a harbinger of spring. With this card, we are reminded that we can choose to see winter as death, or we can understand that winter is a time of rest and hibernation that reflects the very phases we undergo in our own lives. If you are struggling with a decision, or something is weighing on you early in the week, know that spring is coming – from the depths of whatever is being undergone, new shoots of life will be emerging. Listen. Think of what knowledge there is to be gained for whatever it is that you’re struggling with. And know that when the time is right for you, you will move forward with the support of the Universe at your side.

Wednesday – Thursday (3/19 – 3/20): The Shape Shifter
The Shape Shifter is a card about perception, illusion, and an internal search for truth. Wednesday and Thursday of this week ask you to step back and ensure that you’re looking at things clearly. Are you moving forward too quickly on a project without truly understanding the nature of it? Are you operating under what may be false assumptions about something? Take a few moments to center yourself and if new things crop up on these days, just make sure your perception isn’t clouded by one thing or another. This way you’ll be assured of smooth sailing.

If you’re in a relationship with someone that isn’t bringing you happiness, this may be a call to come back down to earth and do some soul searching. Who is this person really? Perhaps they’re not even certain themselves. Sometimes it’s easy to be seduced by illusion, and the perceptions of people that we build in our own little castles in the sky. But you know that old phrase, “Actions speak louder than words”? This person in your life may be saying one thing, while their actions are telling you something else entirely. Sometimes things can be very simple. Listen to what they’re really telling you, and make your decision from there. Do it kindly, but do it confidently. Remind yourself that you’ve found your truth in the situation. There’s no need to doubt.

Friday & The Weekend (3/21 – 3/23): The Smith

This seems to be saying that for many of us, this weekend is likely to be one in which we need to buckle down and get some work done, whether it be in our work lives or at home. It’s a card about bonds, promises, and creation. It’s interesting that this card follows The Shape Shifter, because as that card asks us to clarify what others are really “saying” to us, this card asks us to ensure that what we are saying to others is something we can follow through on. See? Balance in everything. If you’ve given your word to see a friend perform, or go on an outing with someone, or if you’ve promised to show up in bigger ways, this is the weekend to do it. Though The Smith is hard at work, he is a master crafter, and there is magic thrumming in the work he does. Our word is our bond, and there is beauty in the bonds we make. When life starts to feel like too much work, remember this. And undertake to do it, whatever it is, joyfully.

Monday, March 10, 2014


Hi All,

Just a note to let you know that I'm taking a week off doing weekly forecasts so that I can get my new book to my agent on time.

I hope you understand, and that you'll check back next week for your forecast.

Signe xx