What are omens?
Life is full of omens. One should learn to use them to improve one’s life quality.
We see signs like 1111 or 2222 and so on. Elephants, especially with there trunks, rolled upwards are seen as a good omen. Omens are very important to me as an astrologer and a Tarot card reader I depend on indications before making predictions. If there is a good omen in front of me and the cards that are drawn are neutral, still I will answer positively for a question. I will share a very recent experience; it might help you to understand what I want to say
My recent Experience of pleasant Omen
Last Sunday, a friend invited me to his home to introduce me to his two weeks old baby boy. Of course, the conversation led to talk about the birth chart and the future of the baby. Especially the mother of the child was very concerned to know it all about the future. My attitude towards this was, first, let the baby grow to an impressionable age, and till then everyone can live in peace.
Anyhow in such a situation, the parents never let you go without glancing the birth chart. Of course, I had to have a quick look. The Moon was in Gemini in Ardra Nakshatra while Rahu was in Cancer in the 10th house. Sun was debilitated in Libra. Intuitively I felt that the baby has a very high potential to do something very creative in career, but this will only happen after a much struggle. This was not the news I was hoping to say to the parents of a 2-week old baby.
First I avoided saying anything but then I was supposed to say something, so I just mentioned the creative path and unique career path without mentioning other details. I was continuously looking for a sign to speak further without finding an indication, I walked myself out of that situation. But I had a pang of guilt that isn’t it my duty to inform the parents about the truth. With a very heavy heart, I was walking back home, and I heard some noise from up above me in the sky. I saw four white swans flying away happily in the southwesterly direction. It was a beautiful moment. But it also was an omen that I was not supposed to speak the truth.
The white swan is a sign of pure potential – it represents that clean slate upon which one can create anything. The boy is truly creative and has the potential to learn and implement things with emotional attitude. Informing the parents about the emotional troubles of the child at this stage will not leave the slate clean anymore. So I felt a sigh of relief that it was the right thing to do.
There were personal symbols for me too in this incident. Four and South-west, both symbolize Rahu. I have just started my Rahu Dasa. Rahu in a way represents new lessons and a new direction for life. Seeing four white swans flying away in southwest tell me that I have the choice to choose a new path in my life, it is a clean slate. I have what it takes to fulfill my deepest desires.
That was my experience from last week based on omens. Do you have some omens from your life to share, then do share them with all of us.
Love and Light!
Until next time.