Vulnerable Child- Council Card

May 17, 2006

Vulnerable Child- Council Card

Scvulnerable When I first made this card several months ago, I thought it was a Committee card, for the part of me who can be as vulnerable as a child. 

Then today I drew it in my daily reading and did my first interpretation with it, and discovered that it is a Council card, more like a Spirit Guide.  From what it “said” to me, it seemed to be bigger than just one of my inner parts. I love surprises like this!  There is so much wisdom and strength emanating from this card.  Here is my interpretation:

Who are you? I am the one who is soft like a baby, soft as an innocent baby rabbit, who tiptoes joyfully into your heart and gladly gives flowers and gifts to anyone who wants to receive.  I am the one who was present at the beginning of the universe.  I am the one who knows it is okay to be vulnerable, open to the vastness of feelings that the universe offers.  I am the one who knows it is completely and utterly okay to give (everything), and to love (fully) with the innocence of a child.

What do you have to give me? I give you the gift of vulnerability, for it is indeed a gift to be open and pure in your feelings.  It is a gift to open yourself and reveal your innermost soul to the universe.  I give you the pure emotions of pain and heartache and grief, for sometimes these come as a result of loving so purely and so fiercely.  But I also give you the emotions of joy and tenderness and love, and I give you safety and acceptance too.  I also give you people you can be vulnerable with.

What do you want from me? I want you to let go of the safety rail and step out into the vast openness that comes to your soul when you choose to be vulnerable.  I want you to know that the only way to true safety and freedom is to take the risk to be truly vulnerable with others. What are you saying to me right now, today, about my life? When you love someone or something as deeply as you love Scooter (my cat who disappeared three weeks ago), you are opening yourself up to be in a soft, vulnerable place.  But this is a GOOD thing.  It is a good thing to be able to love like that.  Always a good thing.  Don’t hold back your love from others because you fear the pain that occurs when they are gone.  Never hold back your love.  Open to it.  Give it. Always.  No matter what.

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