🎉 Love reading for Tuesday 13th November, 2018. 🎉
🍀 If you have been holding onto an ex, or awaiting their return, this is due to codependency rather than ‘love.’ There is a need to release this attachment and to focus on healing. This will clear the deck and pave the way for a new person to be able to enter your life, that is a complimentary vibrational match for you. ⬇️
🍀 Don’t limit (or restrict) yourself to the one person. If an outcome didn’t go in your favour or things didn’t work out in a manner that you were hoping for, with whom you were hoping for, the angels are saying that there are ‘other fish in the sea.’ It’s not because you didn’t deserve it, but because perhaps you deserve more. That doesn’t make them a bad person, nor you for trying. It simply means that the universe has something else in store for you, that differs from what you’ve had in mind. Be open to meeting new people and exploring new possibilities. ⬇️
🍀 Someone is about to come in and ‘sweep you off of your feet,’ hence why your angels have been sending you signs to prepare you for this union. It might not make sense to you now, but it will, within a matter of weeks. Just when you thought that you were ‘done’ with love, and you’ve stopped looking, it will creep up on you and ‘hit you like a ton of bricks.’ Positively speaking, of course! 😉 ⬇️
🍀 You have been trying to manifest something (or someone) new. Yet, by the same account, you’ve been refusing to let go of what no longer serves you, during the process. This is counterproductive and conflicting energy, which is why you haven’t seen any conspicuous results of it coming into fruition. The angels are advising you to set an intention and to focus only on what you want to attract, not what you don’t. When you make a conscious effort to do this, that will be the point where you begin to notice evidence of it blossoming in a physical, material means. 🔮🌹
South American photo of the week is of Guayaquil, Ecuador🇪🇨🇪🇨🇪🇨 For more go to #SouthAmericanPhotoOfTheWeek, by @tim.seller 🇪🇨🇪🇨🇪🇨
Guayaquil is a port city in Ecuador, known as a gateway to Pacific beaches and the Galapagos Islands. Stretching along the Guayas River is the waterfront Simón Bolívar promenade, home to La Rotonda monument. In the north, Las Peñas is a neighborhood full of colorful houses. Stairs lined with cafes and art galleries lead up Santa Ana Hill, site of Santa Ana chapel, a lighthouse and views of the city.
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Never thought I’d be saying this, but I kind of love glitter parts 😂👌 (I shot this over a week ago and I’m still finding glitter everywhere though!) ✨✨
Glitter Parts | @levantebrewing in a Juicy Glass by @craftbeerenthusiast
@sprucestfab making some good progress on this super neat blown Hemi F100. They may also be setting the world record for largest tubs! Really nice work coming out of this shop. Check out @sprucestfab to see more.
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