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 to a decision and follow through.... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, "Faeries of the Future”, who represents guidance, moving forward, and being here now. These are the faeries of a bright future and are essential companions on any journey. When they 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. Now is the time to remember you have... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, "Myk the Myomancer”, who represents small clues, details, the messages that are everywhere, and patience. Attention to details is important at this time. Little things are not only important in themselves, but they also 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 others may give you very useful information at this present time, especially if you learn to read it properly. The clues to the answers you seek and the things you need to know are all... Read More.
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 energy for... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, "The Oak Men”, who represents strength, ancient wisdom, and depth. This card depicts the strength and wisdom of age, it also reminds us that what we need to know, what is truly there to be seen, can not be discovered by a superficial glance and hasty reaction. The Oak Men tells us to look slowly and deeply into the heart of the matter and to see past the superficialities of the surface . Consider the history of the situation in depth and learn from the past. Consult others that have more experience than you have. Learn from the wisdom of the elders, both those available to you personally and those you encounter in books and elsewhere. In this matter it would be wise to... Read More.
This week's tarot reading includes the card, "The Spirit Dancer”, who represents self-expression, freedom, and exploration. Now is the time to focus and really concentrate on a project or process, especially one involving the creative arts. Spontaneity balanced by self-discipline will help us achieve our goals. Strive for elegance and simplicity. This is a time to bring out and share qualities that we have nurtured in private. Now is the time to let go of feelings of vulnerability or inadequacy. It is the time to be our free spirits and embrace all that we are and be proud of our talents and skills. This is the time to share our talents with others. Spirit Dancer encourages us to take creative action from our place of personal power,... 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 mater 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 the unexpected, find the opportunity in... Read More.
This week’s reading includes the card “Tobaira of the Waters” which represents emotions, serenity, meditation, and gracefully accepting change. Water is mutable, changeable, fluid, and Tobaira speaks to us of a particular kind of change - change of emotions and possibly a change in health. We have important choices to make about how we meet those changes and where we let them take us - towards the calm, flowing purity of the healing waters or the boiling cauldron of hot temper and steamy emotions. The choice is obvious, but we sometimes forget that we have the choice. Tobaira reminds us that we do have a choice, and making it, wisely or unwisely, determines our future. The things we need in life remain constant, no matter... Read More.
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.
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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.