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Agathos Daimon reading

January 25, 2012

I did a tarot reading to find out what my Agathos Daimon wants me to work on this month.  Long story short, my issues with money.  I’m always fretting about money;  whining about it; trying to save it; trying to spend as little as possible of it yet still meet our needs and wants; etc.  It really is a BIG bugaboo in my life.  Hubby calls it ‘poor mouthing‘.  Are we rich?  No.  But we are better off than a whole heck of a lot of people.  I tend to easily forget that as all I can see is the dollar signs on our bills, empty savings account and the lack of family vacations.  I need to change my view of money from a bugaboo that is always needed but always seems to be in short supply to realizing deep down that it is only tool that needs to be used properly for maximum effect, a tool that does not reflect my self-worth.

Any way that really isn’t the interesting part of this reading.  After I did the reading, I got to wondering who IS the Agathos Daimon?  What is its/his/her function?  How do they differ from spirit guides and such?  Also a name, I really want a name.  (What can I say?  It’s the engineer in me.  I like things well defined.)  I figured I’d draw cards and see if I could get a name spelled out using just the author’s short definition for each card.  So I went to grab a single card.  You should have seen my jaw drop when 14 cards slid out of the deck.

Did it spell out a name?  Not one that made any sense to me but when I started reading the complete definition instead of just looking at the first letter, I realized that several of my curiosity questions were being answered.  Rather spooky eh?

  • I make sure you get your just rewards.
  • I help you reap your rewards.
  • I am the leader of your guides.
  • I help you deal with negativity.
  • I help you deal with the unexpected changes in direction.
  • I help you plan for the future.
  • I bring you news.
  • I grant your wishes when I can.
  • I help you find happiness/success.
  • I help you with your transformation.
  • I help you deal with loss.
  • I help you deal with failure.
  • I help you deal with unexpected pleasant times.
  • I help you deal with gains and losses.
One Comment leave one →
  1. Stephen Glaser permalink
    January 26, 2012 11:48 AM

    Cool reading.

    Like

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