This week's oracle card is Eala, the Swan. The swan has a strong connection in Celtic mythology to Tir Na n'Og, the "land of the forever young." The swan represents beauty, grace, femininity, and the importance of song and poetry. It symbolizes our soul's ability to be inspired by the spirit world. Adversely, Eala can also show a need to express yourself vocally, remaining silent when you should be heard. Do you ever notice how a song can totally change your mood? You don't even have to think about it, it speaks to you on another level. Be aware of those songs this week. Listen to how they make you feel. Sing them to others who you know appreciate and need that kind of therapy. Even if your voice isn't great, don't hold back! It's doesn't matter how you sound. It's the melody itself that is the message. Let it move you, and all around you.
Celtic Oracle Card of the Week: Eala
The swan has a strong connection in Celtic mythology to Tir Na n'Og, the "land of the forever young."
Celtic Oracle Card of the Week: Nion
Nion is the fifth letter in the Ogham alphabet, meaning "fork." Here, it represents the ash tree
Celtic Oracle Card of the Week: Ullice
One of the words used to describe mistletoe also means "to heal or make whole."