Tune of the Day for Wednesday 1 April 2020: Recurring by Bonobo

Bonobo’s Recurring is a message today to be aware of that which keeps coming up in and around your life. Recurring urges you to be aware of recurring dreams, signs or symbols. Sometimes there is a message for you that you have not yet heeded, and other times they show up simply because those symbols mean something to you personally and is a way in which your intuition gives you a signal. And then there is the not so nice things that recur like habits and patterns that no amount of beating them to death seems to be working. Pinpoint what these are and allow your intuition to determine the best course of action.


Tune of the Day is a divinatory series here on this blog where I share some musical vibes. Music , is a very powerful tool with numerous messages to be gleaned from a tune, whether it’s got vocals on it or it’s purely instrumentals. It also has massive healing benefits too.

Whether you have an ear for music or are simply looking for divination of a different medium altogether, music most certainly moves us and offers guidance. And just like with tarot, music will have different meanings to different readers or in this case listeners. With each Tune of the Day I provide a general overview of some of the messages I’ve got from the track, but of course you may listen to it and get different signs or symbols. Enjoy!

Rosalind Medea is an Intuitive Reader, Spiritual Life Coach, Relationships Counsellor and Healer. I enjoy music and I use it in my own life for the guidance it brings and the immense healing benefits it provides. 

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