Inspiring Enchantment & Illumination with Tarot & Intuitive Guidance

Letting Go

Blessed is your gift of Beauty in all things,
And the beautiful body and spirit you have given me,
With which I am able to celebrate, create and participate.

Blessed are your gifts of Strength and Protection
That keep me from harm this day.

Blessed is your gift of Courage and Daring
As I stand at the Crossroads.
I dare to weave and be woven this day
Into the tapestry of the Multiverse.

Blessed is the gift of letting go,
May I do so with grace…

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  • December 15, 2010, 11:33 am Theresa Haislip

    I know this image! It’s the Birdman of Cahokia. I actually got to visit these mounds last February. I was profoundly affected by this sacred site, wandering them alone in the snow with many deer looking on. I have the clay version of this on my altar right now! Gee Beth, meeting you was such a Treasure from 2010. . . you seem to share so many of the same energies and passions as I AM.

  • December 15, 2010, 11:48 am Beth

    Wow! I have wondered many times who (Who) it is.. but that was the very clear message I got when I found this bead in the big bowl of giveaway beads at Witchcamp!

    We do seem to be in some magical synchronicity, dearest Eagleheart! Thank you so much for this revelation, and for all the enlightenment you bring, everywhere you go! Blessings!

  • December 15, 2010, 1:00 pm Theresa EagleHeart

    Well, it is the perfect image for “letting go” because the Birdman Tablet came from the Cahokia Mounds in Illinois, which was one of the greatest indigenous cities in the world- larger than London in 1250- and yet mysteriously abandoned a few centuries later. It is still a World Heritage Site and state park and they even have a replica of the Woodhenge solstice circle that was a part of the original community. There are some beautiful and haunting illustrations protrayed on their website at
    And Beth, it is just too wonderfully-wierd that only two weeks ago did I unwrap my little replica that I’d purchased back in February and place it on my altar. I have very profound and wistful feelings about this place, and you certainly tapped into the perfect icon for “Letting Go.”