Today’s reading is with my Pocket Osteomancy set!
Tooth: The Tooth is in Fall, but just touching the border with Winter. You’ve been doing a lot lately, and it looks like you may be experiencing some burnout. You’re ready for rest, and your choices reflect your fatigue. You may not be acting from a fully grounded perspective because of this, so it’s crucial that you downshift as much as you’re able to.
Vertebra: This bone is deep in Winter. You’re going to need to learn to work with what you’ve got for now, because there’s not going to be extra any time soon. It’ll be tough, but sometimes the best you can do is abide. Don’t make any sudden moves, especially anything that demands more time, money, or other resources than you’re already expending.
Rib: The Rib is in Spring; while this may seem like a good sign, Spring is often a dangerous time as Winter’s reserves have mostly run out, but Summer’s growth has not yet returned. If you’re feeling emotionally wrung out there’s good reason for it. Change will happen, but not right now, so do what you can to patch up your emotions until then.
Long Bone: Right next to the Tooth in Fall, and falling off the edge of the cloth, the Long Bone warns that you’re pushing yourself too hard and heading toward serious problems if you continue on the way you are. You need to correct your course, learn to say no more often, and change your behaviors so that you conserve as many resources as you can.
Overview: Times are tough, and everything seems lean. This is not a time for risky ventures or taking on more responsibilities. You need to be like the bison, circling around what’s most vulnerable in your life and standing firm to protect yourself. There will be time for running later; for now, hold your ground and wait until danger has passed.
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