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Frequency Friday!!

3 cards pulled from my frequency deck to bring clarity, healing, and purpose leading into your weekend

For a few months now I have been dabbling in a frequency deck from Teal Swan, an Intuitive Healing. This deck is different from the normal tarot decks because it is solely based off of your current vibration right now. The concept behind this deck is that your frequency is constantly changing every time you share space with anyone or anything and are a match. So right now, if you are someone reading this message, you are a match and this message is exactly what you need to hear at this moment. I had no clue the amount of insight and clarity I was going to receive when I purchased this deck, but I love this deck and want to use it as a tool to help you.

Each card in this deck has a message behind it. Whether the card is upright or upside down tells us the specific message behind each one. Today's pull is Comfort (right side up), Organization (upside down), and Open to Life (right side up). Let's jump right in!

Card 1: Comfort

This card reads: "It is OK to ask for comfort and it is OK to seek comfort out. Life does not have to be so hard. There is no virtue in struggling. To get to the state you want to achieve, you need to let go of your attachment to discomfort, and the idea that things need to be hard to be work something. The greatest clarity is achieved when we are in a state of ease. Deep down, you crave the soothing, settled, cozy feel of wellbeing. But you need to actually allow yourself to have it instead of denying yourself of it. What are you not letting yourself do or have, because you think that letting yourself do or have it will mean you are weak?"- Teal Swan Frequency Deck.


This card goes against the popular belief that we have to struggle in order for something to be worth it. Or the other thought that you have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Those beliefs still hold its truth, but do we want to live in a perpetual state of discomfort? This made me look deeper into the relationship with discomfort. When was I taught that being uncomfortable and struggling mean that I was strong and what I was trying to achieve was worth it? Often times, it was childhood. As a child, we had to work hard and struggle to get good grades and our parents' approval. If you were raised in a strict household as I was, you had to constantly walk on eggshells to not make any mistakes or you would be punished. This idea relating to discomfort with strength also carried through when it came to relationships. The relationship was not a good one if it didn't have struggles. The relationship was boring if we weren't fighting for something. This card rips that notion to shreds. You can't live in a state of discomfort and expect to find inner peace, ease, or the feel of wellbeing. Everything serves us, but we also have to remember there is a balance. Give yourself what you need today to get you to a place of ease.

Card 2: Organization (upside down)

This card reads: "You are currently attached to chaos. There is something about chaos that feels familiar and safer to you. Success and ease especially peace are going to remain just out of arm's reach if you continue to live your life this way. It is possible that you identify yourself through suffering or rescuing. Who will you be if you "get it all together?" Some of us fear that if we get it all together, we will soon be all alone. It could be that you fear being still with yourself and so, by creating chaos, you are able to distract yourself from yourself. You are always moving, always busy and always in a state of excitement. You do have a choice. Why do you want chaos in your life? Be honest... how is it currently serving you?"- Teal Swan Frequency Deck.


Man!! After I read this card, I wanted to throw the deck right out the window! lol I mean really... this kind of hit the nail on the head for me. Especially the line that states "you identify yourself through suffering or rescuing." How many of you can relate? It makes sense though. I consider myself a healer and most healers are either addicted to suffering or rescuing. Some of us aren't healers but still have the same addiction. For example, how many of us stay in relationships with someone that we think we can "help" or "save?" We tend to tie our self-worth to our service. When we feel needed, we feel loved. And if we are not needed to a person, we tend to be insecure with the relationship because they don't have to depend on us. To be completely transparent, this was particularly true for me. Being needed made me feel loved and secure in a relationship. If the person didn't need me, I didn't know how else to define my worth. This goes for friendships too. When we aren't fully confident in ourselves and our abilities, we define ourselves through lack. The best way to cure this is to spend time getting to know yourself and gain confidence in your gifts. You are enough just as you are and don't need to do any rescuing to prove that. If you are the one being rescued, you are using this as your clutch to also define your self-worth. Being rescued makes you feel cared for and loved. It is a sign that you also aren't confident in yourself. Spend some time getting to know yourself and gain some confidence in your gifts and abilities.

Card 3: Open to Life

This card reads: "You are struggling to live your life or some aspect of your life here on earth. Your life may currently seem meaningless. You may feel tedious or pointless. Or some aspect of your life may feel bad enough, that it is drowning all the rest that is good. Stop living your life according to the bigger plan. Think only about this hour that you are in. What could you do in this hour that would cause you to feel a little bit better? You are not going to open up to living your life fully until you see that there might just be something to life that feels good enough to live through; something that is worth living for. The time has come to care more about feeling good here and now instead of the bigger picture."- Teal Swan Frequency Deck.


This card really spoke to me. I am a bigger picture thinker and I tend to worry about the future knowing that as I change it is also changing. But we forget sometimes and that is okay. Simple reminders like this card can help bring us back in the now. The NOW is the only thing that exists, and if we are blocking our happiness in the now based off of what we are projecting in the future, we are suffering. For me, I was letting my little part-time job drain me and it started to be the negative focus in my life. Although I have so many wonderful things going on in my life with coaching and I am learning more and more about myself every day through it, sometimes I found myself drained because of the one negative aspect in my life. I also was worried about if I was on the right path for the bigger picture I held for myself in the future. The truth about the future is, there is none. We create the future in the now. This means that our future is constantly changing. So it makes sense to put your attention into the now. Not saying to let go of your plans for your future, but hold on to your plan with a flexible grip. What can you do today to ensure you are happy?

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