This week's Celtic Oracle card is Nion. Nion is the fifth letter in the Ogham alphabet, meaning "fork." Here, it represents the ash tree. These cards are read the same regardless of whether they are pulled upright or reversed. The meanings of Nion are: balancing, trying to work with two different energies, straddling two worlds, losing step, being off beat, out of rhythm. The leaves in this card appear to be dancing, but to two different songs. One pair of leaves flows, the other pair twists and steps on the tip on another leaf. Is what we are doing now in line with what we should be doing? Is the resistance we face self-created? Take a moment to listen, to pay attention to what is happening around you. Don't let the beat of your own drum drown out the music of the Universe.
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Celtic Oracle Card of the Week: Nion
Nion is the fifth letter in the Ogham alphabet, meaning "fork." Here, it represents the ash tree
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