I'm an intuitive Tarot card reader. It's my day job and I love it. My journey began in 1977 when I had my first card reading. I was astounded and inspired so I bought my first deck, began to learn and I'm still astounded and inspired.
Meditation can be used for many reasons. The ability to step out of our everyday, demanding or stressful or regulated environment allows us to disconnect from the frustration and confusion they can inspire. There are many studies showing the benefits of meditation to relieve stress and improve our physical health as well as our mental clarity. Creativity, empathy and greater spiritual connection are some of the other side benefits of including some form of meditation in our routines. Creating a specially designated space where we have the peace to really relax goes a long way in facilitating the addition of a meditation routine into our busy lives.
Reading for 8-26 Through 9-1-19
Reading for 8-26 thru 9-1-19. The Center card this week is the 6 of Wands The sixes of the Tarot are inherently about balance. As above so below. They engender meeting an obstacle or challenge and emerging on the other side with the knowledge that we’ve succeeded, we’ve figured it out, we’ve survived. Not only have we come out of the challenge with the wisdom of experience, we find the ability to recognize the events or reasons that we got tangled up in the first place. With a feeling of peace born of successful outcomes, we find ourselves stronger and wiser. Now, when presented with the particular triggers or urges that drew us into confusion or frustration, we can make a conscious choice about whether we want to repeat the experience or shift focus and go in a different direction. As this 6 is in the suit of Wands, the demands on our energy have been heavy. We employed a great chunk of passionate drive and we seem to have been riding an adrenaline high. As the pressure declines, however, so does the drive to meet it. Often with that kind of drain on our inner resources, we find ourselves in a period of exhaustion or depletion when we need to retreat and regroup. The Knight of Pentacles is a great, stable energy to compliment that.
Mirror Dragon Tarot
The Center card this week is Art With this Major Arcana card at the center for the week our clearest and deepest focus is about how to pull all aspects of a given situation together so that the separate parts form greater and more cohesive whole. Although it may at first seem unlikely, even impossible, to bring dis-similar energies into alignment this is exactly what the influence of Art encourages and guides us to do. We spent last week concentrating on our Earthy (Pentacles) resources and material concerns using the air-based (Swords) facets of our cognitive thought processes. Perhaps the bits and pieces in the watery (Cups) emotional parts of our lives have taken a back seat. The energy of Art allows us to see the disparate threads of our tangled emotions and how they can be woven together to give a broader, more compassionate completion to our resource based gains plus a safer, more reasonable environment to address our touchier interactions.