The Page of Cups asks us to approach the world with an open heart.
The universe has much to offer that we cannot receive if our hearts are walled off to it all the time.
The Four of Swords reminds us that we all need to take the time to rest and prepare now and then.
We are not designed to be constantly on the go. Doing so will only result in burn out and breaking down.
The Nine of Cups encourages us to celebrate what we have in life, both the big and small.
The practice of gratitude is one of the best gifts we can give to ourselves and each other.
The Knight of Pentacles reminds us to remain steadfast in our intentions.
Life is not a race. It’s not about how fast we through things, only that we get through them. Sometimes surviving is plenty enough.
The Three of Pentacles encourages us to collaborate as we focus on our tasks.
Together we have the skills, knowledge, and resources to get the job done with the support we need.
The Eight of Cups reminds us that there comes a time in our lives to let go in order to move forward.
What holds you back in your heart that prevents you from being your best self right now?
The Three of Wands encourages us to set our plans into motion.
Manifestation doesn’t work by simply envisioning what we want in life. Action upon that vision is required as well.
The Ace of Cups reminds us that the heart is a wellspring of emotion.
We are encouraged to allow ourselves creative expression of those feelings through whatever forms we’re most comfortable.
The Nine of Pentacles reminds us that we all need to take the time to relax and enjoy the finer things in life once in awhile.
It’s unhealthy and inappropriate to be all work and no play all the time.
Vesta encourages us to focus on the home and the life we have there today.
The home should be a sanctuary for all that lives there. What are you doing to contribute to that feeling right now?