I truly love the role that intuition plays in every aspect of my life, creating enhanced harmony and joy in my relationships, home, business, and life. One of the ways that I enjoy accessing my intuition, along with the pendulum, is through Tarot. Each morning, I love to draw a few cards and ask for guidance for the interpretation, as I did in the “Fireside Socha & Osho” blog post. As an added benefit, Tarot, through the representations of archetypal themes, helps us to explore the hidden aspects of ourselves, or the shadow expressions of which we are often unconscious. Until these come into the light, they create havoc and pain in our lives. So indeed, the Tarot can be profoundly healing.
Here are a couple of draws to stimulate your thinking, that I’ve been guided to share with you. If you are interested in receiving a daily draw through Facebook, I invite you to join the “Oracle of Divination” community. I provide weekly guest readings here. I can also include Tarot guidance and inquiries as part of client sessions.
As above, so below. As within, so without. This is a turning-over time for us all, for our entire world and beyond. At times we may long for the simplicity of the past. In our spiritual journeys, we seldom find our way back to the door we once walked through; we don’t get to go back to our old ways without a lot of discomfort. The new constantly beckons. This is a time to actively engage your imagination, to create a life and world that you may love even bigger. What do you dare to dream into BEing today?
And here’s a little synchronistic nod from the Universe that came to me right after the reading:
Alice laughed: “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” ~ Lewis Carroll from Alice in Wonderland(from Laura Bruno’s blog post)
The laws of karma complicate experience. At times we may feel blinded by the causes and effects, the reasoning for what is here now. Remember that the bigger picture includes all of this life and many others. Can you allow yourself to just settle into what-is without making meaning, without making yourself or anyone wrong? As you reflect on your journey, it’s healthy to feel what comes up, to examine the lessons and the gifts that are here for you, even in struggle and challenges. You are more than your body, more than your experience, this moment, this day. Breathe easy. Be unshakable love and joy. BE.