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Mirrors help us appreciate ourselves with how we look. Mirrors help us nurture our personal confidence every time we step out for school, work, walk and everyone of those things that we do away from the house #ImpalaGlass#ImpalaMirrors#Homes#SelfLove#Mirrors
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8/14 Daily #guidance#oracle card! Amaterasu~ The Goddess Of Light. We are all sacred mirrors reflecting back the same light. Amaterasu embodies the levity that brings us out of the darkness and shows us the beauty of our own light. Amaterasu is the most powerful deity in the Shinto religion. She's the solar goddess of Japanese mythology. Her name means "shining in heaven." The most well-known story is when Amaterasu got in a fight with her brother, Susanoo, god of the storms and of the sea. His violence made Amaterasu so upset and angry, she retreated into a cave leaving the world in darkness. The kami of merriment placed a mirror outside of her cave and laughed so much Amaterasu became curious. She peeked outside the cave and saw a beautiful goddess, a stunning vision of the dawn. She was in awe of it, not realizing it was her own reflection. Surrounded by laughter, Amaterasu's anger and depression lifted, and she agreed to leave the cave, bringing her light w/her back into the world. The cave is so crucial: drawing inward, hiding our light to restore ourselves and to heal from something or someone that felt too intense or aggressive. When we hide our light though, we aren't the only ones left in the dark. We take our light from the ones who love us as well. If we've been too long in retreat, if we've been hiding our light not out of self-love and a soulful need for restoration but out of a reaction to someone else's pain, then we draw ourselves out by focusing on the joy of others. Seeing their light allows us to see our own. And sometimes even the solar goddess needs to be inspired or reminded of why she shines so brightly. Not just for the sake of her own reflection but also for all those beloved beings that need her rays of light to remember their own. Sometimes we need the sight of the faces we brighten in order to remember why we are so devoted to finding our way back into the light. ❤✨ #amaterasu#solargoddess#goddessoflight#sacred#mirrors#reflect#retreat#selfcare#focus#positivity#family#friends#lovedones#shineyourlight#inspire#create#happiness#love#peace#thedivinefeminineoracle#northeasttarot#dailyguidance#oraclereadersofinstagram