Pocket Osteomancy Daily Draw – 2-10-22

Today’s reading is with my Pocket Osteomancy set!

Tooth: The Tooth is crossing over from Fall to Winter, curled right up against the Rib. This suggests that you’re feeling emotionally drained and need to rest, and that your actions reflect that fatigue. You need to try to reduce as many obligations as possible, and get better at saying “no” and defending your boundaries.

Vertebra: This bone is in Spring. While there are some possibilities for a better future resource-wise, you aren’t there yet. You’re still recovering from tough times, and you don’t have as much to offer as you would like. Be prudent in sharing whatever physical resources you have, and put your own health and security first for now.

Rib: Sitting right up with the Tooth on the cusp of Fall and Winter, this bone suggests stress, depression, and other emotional states that can seriously sap your strength. Be easy on yourself; you have limits to what you’re capable of handling right now, and you don’t want to make things worse if at all possible.

Long Bone: Crossing over from Spring into Summer, the Long Bone necessitates having to take at least some actions to keep yourself from completely collapsing. I know it’s not easy, but you can’t stop entirely. So do the bare minimum you need to get by, and focus the rest of your time on rest and recuperation.

Overview: You definitely aren’t in the best condition of your life, but it’s for understandable reasons. You need to arrange things as best as you can so that you can take care of yourself, and call in reinforcements if you’re able. There’ll be time enough in the future for growth and adventure; right now, the key word is “healing”.

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