"Write any worries, concerns, or desires on a piece of paper that you put into a special container called a "God Box", as a way of letting go and allowing the Divine to help you."
The colour green on this card, really strikes me. It feels that green, the colour of healing, is sprouting from every nook and cranny of this card. And this is not a coincidence nor is it in error. When you release your worries, concerns to the Divine, be it through a God Box or any other means, it's a beautiful form of healing. Because when you truly release with trust and faith, it's like shedding a layer of dead skin that has been inhibiting your growth.
There's also a lot of water on this card and water represents emotions. However, what stands out the most is that the water is in the form of endless waterfalls. Waterfalls signify a great release of emotions, a rejuvenation and renewal of spirit, and powerful cleansing and releasing.
Source/the Divine/God/Universal Energy is inviting you to share your worries, concerns and desires so you can release them with great power, and feel rejuvenated when their weight flows off your shoulders and allows your body, mind and spirit to feel truly cleansed.
In the picture, the angel is holding up a small bowl and there is a white dove flying towards her.
I feel the bowl, in which she has placed her worries and concerns, is relatively small and is not overflowing. And I feel this is significant.
When we seek the Divine and the angelic realm for support and guidance, we do so from a place of gratitude, thanking them for the many blessings and miracles they shower upon us each and every day. However, sometimes, turning a worry or fear into a positive form of gratitude can be tough. And I feel that, through this card, Source is telling us "it's alright to share and release your burdens too". Do so with your hands (and heart) held in a place of offering up, offering openly, offering unashamedly. But do not let your worries and concerns become all-consuming whereby you need a large container which still may not be enough and overflows with worries, concerns and desires. Release, trust and move on. When you do the white dove, representative of hope, peace and Source energy, itself, will come down and relieve you of your burdens.
There's a real energy of purity and innocence about this card. And a real sense of nature. It feels to me that unloading your burdens to the Divine should be natural, something done with genuinity, and with trust and faith that the Divine will release you of your burdens and whatever may be holding you back.
I see the God Box as physical symbolism. When we write our concerns and worries down on a piece of paper, that in itself is a form of releasing and healing. Placing them into a physical box or container and closing the lid on them, trusting that the Divine hears, reads, and knows your concerns and will release them from you, takes the process of release and healing to another level. As humans we gain a lot from simple rituals and I feel that creating a God Box could be a symbolic human ritual that enables you to release whatever is holding you back from shining your light as brightly as possible.
What's important is when you write a note for your God Box you write it from your heart to heal the burden carried in your heart. Then when you place it into your God Box you're symbolically passing it over to Source and the angels.
Reference: This beautiful card is from Angel Therapy Oracle Deck by Doreen Virtue