This week's tarot card is "Unity". This card speaks of union, mystical experience and spiritual home. Unity is asking us to remember the mystical concept that we are all one, unified in a holistic universe. It reminds us to look at the needs and the goals we have in common with others, and to seek cooperation and community rather than attempting to do everything on our own. To achieve our goals, we need the active cooperation of others; and to get that cooperation, we must be helpful to them and willing to work with their ideas as well as our own. It suggests that we think of things in terms of equal partnerships rather than lines of authority. Unity also tells us that we have much to gain by... Read More.
This week's tarot card is "The Faerie who was kissed by the Pixies". This card speaks of self-love, self acceptance and of nurturing those things that which are of the most importance to you. Nurturing your dreams, your goals, and those people around you are very important right now. It all starts with self- love. Healing your heart and any emotional hardships you have had or are having. Now is the time to heal yourself. From that self love , all the things around you strengthen with your love. Your goals, dreams and the relationships (platonic and intimate) around you just become more empowered with your love. Unconditionally accepting love is crucial. Unconditionally loving yourself and allowing yourself to accept love from others. Be the love you wish to see in the... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, “Geeeeeooo the Slooow” which represents cycles of time, slowness, waiting, and patience. Slow down. Sit back in your char and think a little. Why are you going so fast? What do you hope to gain from it? Are you metaphorically trying to push the river? What kind of stress is being created in your life by hurrying? The presence of Geeeeeooo in a reading indicates that the situation or issue is part of a long process that cannot be hurried. It is important to settle in for a long haul and to set a pace that you can maintain for as long as needed, while remaining relaxed and patient. You will find life more delightful if you do.
This week’s tarot reading includes"The Green Woman”, who represents wildness, natural magic, expectant gratitude and untrammeled creativity. The Green Woman speaks to us of caring for our growing ground and of the physical satisfaction of being our natural selves and practicing our own innate magic. This is a time for enhancing the growth of our talents and abilities, a time of blossoming that will bear fruit. It may also be a time of growing maturity and self-confidence. Experience trusting yourself and trusting the process of growth. She also reminds us of material reward ahead, the harvest of the seeds we have planted and nurtured. She counsels boldness and perseverance in the face of adversity, yet she also reminds us that sometimes the only action we can... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes"The Laume”, who represents unconditional giving, and unconditional receiving. If you are stuck or blocked in a situation, you probably need to stop focusing on what you are trying to accomplish and simply give to others - freely and generously and unconditionally. Go do some volunteer work somewhere. Mow your elderly neighbors lawn, or take some homemade soup or some flowers to someone you know is ill. Give some help to a coworker just because they need it. Give to a needy stranger, whether you think he deserves it or not. Take flowers to a hospital and give them to a stranger at random , or give them to a nurse with compliments from the Universe. Try a few... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes the card, "Ilbe the Retriever”, who represents hope, wishes, and loyalty. Ilbe is trying to remind you of something you've lost- a hope, perhaps, or a dream. You may have thought it gone forever, but he is holding it out to you for reconsideration. He thinks you can do something with it now. The way may not be obvious, but his clever nose have scented a path, a potential opening for bringing this into your life. Sometimes, Ilbe may be saying that a long awaited dream is at last arriving on the scene and there is nothing we need to do but open our hearts and minds to it. However, we usually have to work for it.
This week's reading includes the card, "Losgunna". She represents discovery of self and adventure. Exploration is what this card is all about, and through exploring and seeing what we really are, warts and all, we discover parts of our talents and potentials that have been hidden by old traumas and misunderstandings, or by lack of opportunities. Losgunna’s explorations are not limited to the realm of the emotions, but also include the world. She wants us to dive deeply into new experiences. Listen to different styles of music with open ears, try new tastes, look at new sights, and try them all will the open willingness of a child. She especially wants you to explore new ideas. Losgunna tells... Read More.
This week’s reading involves The Topsie-Turvets, who represent change of viewpoint, fresh looks, and new ways of seeing. In a reading the Turvets suggest that things need to be looked at from another angle. We need to back off from our emotional entanglement and look anew. Much of the apparent confusion about the issue is caused by a faulty point of view. Get the opinions of honest others and then re-look at your own. Defensiveness and denial may be causing much difficulty. Try imagining that you are looking at the situation from the point of view of each of the others involved. This is not an exercise in deciding how the other “ought” to see things, but in discovering how they really do. Words like “ he ought to see that ….” are not... Read More.
This week’s reading involves G. Hobyah. He is all about facing your fears, confronting that which scares you or holds you back. By confronting them you will realize that they are only feeding into your self doubt. He speaks of imaginary fears, unreal hazards and realistic caution. It is time to look for the truth behind our fears, to distinguish between what is real and what is just our projection of old traumas and fears into our imaginary future. By delving into our old patterns, we can see past them to a more liberating life. Only by facing these fears honestly and seeing them, for what they are, do we gain greater ability to open our hearts to courage and gain strength to face... Read More.
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This week's tarot reading includes the card, "Lys of the Shadows”, who represents healing the shadows, self-esteem, and addictions. Lys is trying to help people develop true self-respect and self-esteem, but she has to start much further down the scale of idealism than that. She tries to inspire practical help for those who need it most. She is the inspiration for the first wobbly steps taken by a damaged soul towards healing. Her presence in a reading indicates that something that had seemed lost and fixed in that loss is now open to healing. Someone is ready to begin, with help, the climb out of the inner darkness. There is hope here, and a need for loving kindness tempered by practicality. If you call upon this... Read More.