Luck increases like a white umbrella flutters.
- should be grasped mentally
See the flower garden that ripens in time.
- should be mentally visualized
Fortune favors you when you turn up the combination Tsa Ah. Tsa Ah is also called “the White Parasol of Fortune.” In Tibetan Buddhism, the White Parasol, or Sitatapatra, is a deity that represents protection from peril, especially danger coming from supernatural sources. Right now, you are entering a time where you are protected from the blows of fate or evil wishes. Your hard work has matured into good fortunes, like a garden that ripens as it reaches harvest time. You will receive many blessings in all areas of your life, from your family life to your material wealth to the strength of your intentions.
Now is the time when you can claim success on the back of all of the groundwork that you have laid. The path is right for you to act decisively on whatever instinct comes to you first, not to waver and make increasingly complex plans that will only delay your chance at success. Maintain a good balance between humility and confidence, between pursuing your goals and doing well unto others, and you will find that your intentions will bloom. You should not flaunt your blessings so as not to tempt fate, which can turn at any moment, but enjoy the good luck that has been given to you by the universe. It is a gift best not wasted.
While you are reaping your earthly happiness, do not neglect your spiritual duties. Be sure to give thanks to the goddess Sitatapatra who has protected you from evil and allowed you to enjoy your time of good luck. Even though this combination predicts good luck in your future, it is best to shore up your protections so that your intentions may find fruitful ground. Maintain a routine prayer practice, including hanging prayer flags and turning prayer wheels so that your prayers may land on fruitful ground.
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