This Servant shows us how to keep our lives simple and uncomplicated.
He encourages us to spend more time in meditation, introspection and contemplation.
When the Monk appears in a reading it can be a sign that you are overloading your life with too much “stuff” and the best course of action would be to simplify, and uncomplicate your life a bit.
The Monk calls for silence, calm, relaxation and time spent away from the rat race. The Monk suggests that you spend time in simplicity, perhaps meditating, doing some introspection or contemplative exercises designed to slow you down and focus on the now. Turn off the outer world for a while and come back to the simple inner world.
The Monk suggests that a period of quiet and calm may be the best medicine for what ails you. Quiet time without TVs, mobile devices or the internet may be called for, along with some long walks out alone in nature, or doing simple things that you enjoy doing just for enjoyment’s sake – not to learn, not to better yourself, not to get ahead – just to for the delight of the act itself..
The Monk asks you “do you need all the ‘stuff” that you have surrounded yourself with or could you let go of some of it?”
The Monk can be used any time you want to enter into a period of peace, calm or simplicity. A very favorable Servant to keep an image of in your meditation area. A quick prayer or offering before your meditation practice can also be extremely beneficial.
If life is getting a bit too much or complicated for you – if you find yourself surrounded by too much stuff or drama then an invocation of The Monk can be very beneficial in starting to make your life more simple and quiet.
Utilising The Monk in banishing rituals to rid the operator’s life of needless baggage can be extremely beneficial.
THE FORTY SERVANTS
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THE ROAD OPENER
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