This week’s card is “Sylvanius” which indicates truth, cutting through deception, and clarity. At this time you are discovering new truths about yourself. They are essential for you to know in order to create relationships based on mutual respect, affection and trust. These things can only work if we see ourselves and others as we are. Currently, both spirit world and this world are functioning as a giant mirror in which we see ourselves in many surprising ways. People tend to dread this because we assume that we are worse than we think we are, but this is far from necessarily true. Now is a time for finding out the false and misleading beliefs that you have accepted and discovering that you are a better person than you thought- and have the potential to... Read More.
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,... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, “Faeries of the Future” which represents being here NOW, guidance, moving forward. These are the faeries of a bright future and are essential companions on any journey. When these faeries appear, it is time to consider where we have been and where we wish to go. There are many opportunities, many potentials, but we must choose a path and then take realistic, practical steps to bring the desired future into being. This is not a time to wait for things to come to us, but to step forward boldly to meet them. We may do this alone, if we wish, or in the company of those who share our goals and dreams.
This week’s tarot reading includes the card, “ The Glanconer”, who represents illusion, delusion, lust, projection, and clear sight. It is not good to make decisions when blinded by lust. Whether it is lust for a person, a thing, or an idea, we need to pause and take our time before making actual commitments. We need to read the fine print, check out the foundations, get a mechanic to test the so - beautiful secondhand car. If we are considering buying something, we can refuse to let ourselves be rushed into it and take time to make sure it is really what we think it is. If we are considering making a commitment to other people, we need to take our time and really get to know them much... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes the card, “ The Maiden”, who represents auspicious beginnings, birth, growth, joy, and hope. The Maiden signifies new beginnings and growth. You couldn't ask for a more auspicious 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, but there is also a magickal momentum towards flourishing growth. 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... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes the card, “Solus”, who represents knowledge, consciousness, and spiritual empowerment. This indicates that something new is being brought into our lives. This is a new beginning that you already have had ideas about and possibly laid a good foundation for. The new beginning will have the power of the sun behind it. A lot of motivation, if you allow it, is there and a lot of great potential. There is great success and victory on the horizon with this new beginning . Remember this new beginning is something you have been wanting, something you have been working towards and waiting for the right information to come in order to utilize it all at this time. Don’t waste it, don’t ignore it and be sure to nurture this... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes the card, “O! That Gnome”, who represents breaking habits and patterns. He reminds us that it’s time to leap into the air, letting the earth turn beneath you, and discover where you come down again. Reasonable risks are okay. Even unrealistic risks are probably okay. Use your head and look before you leap, of course, but do so understanding that the actual jump is likely to be very rewarding. No guarantees, but then there never really are anyway, no matter how pretty the paper they may seem to be printed on and the scroll work around the edges. Forces of chaos are at work. Things may not be as they seem, and this may very well be a good thing. Look for... Read More.
This week’s card is Indi. It’s short for Indecisiveness. It’s time to make that decision that you have been “wishy -washy” about. Stop straddling that fence and understand that you have a good balance of understanding about the situation at hand and about your choices. The longer you straddle that fence of indecisiveness, the longer you are wasting your valuable resources. By lingering in a state of “ I don’t know which way to go”, you are wasting your valuable energy and time. Don’t worry! You know more than you are giving yourself credit for. Like I said, you have a good balance of understanding about the issue, you just need to finally commit... Read More.
This week’s tarot reading includes"The Laume”, who represents unconditional giving, 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 random acts of kindness, unconditionally given, of... Read More.
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This week’s tarot reading involves "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.