This week’s reading includes the card “The Sage” which represents wisdom, hidden knowledge, retreat, and patience. Here we see wisdom and deep inner understanding. One of the keys to wisdom is to organize, integrate, and simplify one’s thoughts. Complexity often leads to confusion, simplicity is to be valued. The Sage signifies mental discipline informed by balanced learning and compassion. Tradition is valued but appropriate change is accepted. The Sage knows when to let go and when to move on. He knows when to retreat and think things over. He compassionately and wisely shares his knowledge with others, teaching by example. The scales of justice are balanced in the Sage’s hands. Deep consideration and refined judgement may need to be applied with compassion and mercy. The Sage reminds... Read More.
This week’s reading includes the cards, “Arval Parrot”, which signifies communication, and “ Lys of the Shadows, which signifies self-esteem and healing. Clear communications are vitally important here. Strive for verbal brilliance. Listen carefully. Be willing to calmly debate the issues and explore ideas with others. Open communication will enhance the chances of success all around. Watch body language, incomplete sentences, and unfinished thoughts, and try to discover what these signals are meant to get across. By doing this, it will help heal yourself and help you in healing others. This will assist in developing true self- respect and self -esteem. Working with these energies will help usher in a time of healing. There is hope here, and a need for loving kindness tempered by practicality. You can help others,... Read More.
This week’s card is “The Singer of Initiation”, which signifies passage through trial, triumph, a new level, and breakthrough. This card notifies us that significant change and challenge are both occurring in our lives, with the potential for moving into a new realm, which involves a new way of being. This major change has been building for along time, and the moment is now here to meet this challenge. We may already be aware of the initiation process but perhaps we only have seen it as bad luck or fate. It is neither. It is an opportunity to see if we have, deep down, truly learned the lessons we have been working on and are willing to apply them to our lives. The presence of the Singer of Initiation often signifies a time of success, of seeing, accepting,... Read More.
This week’s card is “Himself”. This card speaks of a great amount of victory, confidence and power. There is leadership, an ability to command, integrity, and wild power channeled for the good of all. It is an important time for you to balance yourself; mind, body, and soul, so you are in a positive space to channel this great energy towards the progression and positive manifestation. If you are not balanced you may manifest more negative. So taking the time to care and nurture yourself is going to be an important step in making sure that the way you focus your energy is for the greater good of all. Himself speaks of protection. Either to yourself or to someone around you that you... Read More.
This week’s card is Myk the Myomancer which indicates small clues, details, messages are everywhere, and patience. Attention to detail is important at this time. Little things are not only important in themselves, but they will give you important information about larger things. Look for the inner, hidden meaning in ordinary objects, happenings, and experiences. Life is trying to teach you something by speaking to you gently. With luck and application you will get the message before it has to speak to you more loudly. Body language in humans will give you very important information at the present time, especially if you learn to read it properly. The clues to the answers you seek and the things you need to know... Read More.
This week's reading gives us the card, “ The Maiden” The Maiden signifies auspicious beginnings, birth, growth, joy, and hope. When she shows up it signifies new beginnings and growth. You couldn't ask for a more perfect card than this if you are beginning something new. Spontaneity, joy, growth, exhilaration, and promise for the future are signified here., We must note also that, in the early stages of any process, there is vulnerability and a need for protection, shelter, and guidance. There is a need to trust the process, but take care of the details as well. The Maiden is also the inner child who needs to be under the supervision of a competent inner adult in order for her to feel secure and loved. She is not happy when we spoil her. Consider... Read More.
This week's reading gives us the card Ta’Om the Poet. He brings clear sight, poetry, laughter and not getting into serious mischief. His presence suggests youthful spirits and energy abound. This is the time to do exciting things and to tackle projects you’ve been wanting to do but for which you perhaps felt you didn’t have the time or energy. It may even be the time to write about them, but you probably need to do them first. Ta’Om often shows up to express it is time to write. Whether it be poetry, adventure, fantasy, or something else. Possibly the only thing he ever gets very serious about is his writing, and he will spend all the time he needs searching for just the right word. Speaking and writing with conviction... Read More.
This week's reading gives us the card "The Singer of Intuition" which represents awareness and trust. Information is available to us if we will just listen to our own inner knowing. Perhaps we have already heard it yet still doubt our subtle senses. The Singer says this is the time to really listen to our intuition. What are our feelings, hunches, or intuitions about this situation? It is desirable that we should seek solitude, meditate, and practice stillness and patience. This is a time for inward focus, a time to open the inner door of intuition ( there are a lot of "in"s in this sentence because important answers are to be found within ourselves). This is a time of great insight and illumination. Listen to your internal song and trust yourself.
This week’s card is The Journeyman which indicates adventure, independence, travel and polishing of skills. This card speaks of the need to perfect skills in working and living, but it acknowledges having a sound grounding in the basics. Optimistic, innocent and willing to learn. It also speaks of intuition serving us well- but only if we pay attention to it. Sometimes, we are operating by theory alone, and our knowledge may or may not be well grounded in reality. This card does not necessarily refer exclusively to new beginnings, it can also signify a progression along a path, moving into the unknown from the known, a new phase in an ongoing process. This card may also represent untested concepts or ideas, and suggest a... Read More.
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This card may indicate a form of pregnancy, a necessary time of nurturing and development. We need to be open to her overflowing grace. She may also indicate a need to allow her nurturing grace to flow through us to others in the form of unconditional love and giving and spiritual healing. She tells us of the need for unconditional receiving, of making the best of what we are offered. She also reminds us that unbound love and grace is our, just waiting to be accepted.