Metaphysical Fair – This Weekend in Austin, TX
You know, there just might be something to the movement of the planets.
Yesterday, Thursday, November 18, 2010 was the day two planets stopped. Well, they didn’t stop, but they appeared to. Both Venus and Jupiter ended their retrograde motion yesterday and stood still for a bit. Now today, they are moving forward again. In theory, things should be moving forward for us as well.
A few days ago, I heard that the Metaphysical Fair is back in town, and on a whim, I called them this morning to inquire about a booth. As it turns out, they have space for me so that’s where I’ll be:
Saturday – November 20, 2010 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday – November 21, 2010 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
It costs $8.00 to get in, but if you mention that you are a reader of this blog – A Fool’s Inclination – I’ll give you $10 off the price of a reading! [And bring cash or checks as I won’t be able to process Credit Cards!]
Here’s the address and contact info if you have any questions about the fair:
Holiday Inn Austin Midtown
6000 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, TX 78752
Ok – so the planets are moving forward, but it feels like the context for me will be readings – at least to start. So this blog will be very short. But I do have one quick message I would like to share.
The Justice card pictured here is about the exactness of Manifestation. It is also about Karma. More time than not, it feels intimidating – to me anyway. I guess it’s all of those years in Catholic school and the threat of having to pay for my sins, which by Catholic definition is nearly everything fun in life.
Well, the other day, spirit talked to me about Karma this way:
Karma is like hearing your own voice.
You see, we are nothing but vibration at our core – in our most true form. Like in last week’s blog, this means that as we express who we really are, we sing.
Karma is just us hearing our own song. The vibrations we send out make their way back to us. It’s a feedback loop.
Why would it be designed this way? So we can evolve consciously. If we couldn’t hear our own voice, we could never learn to sing proficiently. Ask any singer – I’m sure they listen to the music they make in order to then improve it.
So Karma’s not punishment, it’s not paying for sins, and while it does employ cause and effect, it really is simply the sound of our own song, which by hearing it then allows us to make it better. It’s a simple message, but good enough to share.
Come on down to the Metaphysical Fair this weekend if you are so inclined. Pick a reader that suits you – and if that’s me – be sure to mention this blog to get your $10 discount.
And I’ll have books with me too!