The Star encourages us to open up our heart spaces and allow ourselves to shine brightly.
We do this by being generous and authentic with our emotions to those around us.
The Hanged Man reminds us to look at things from a different angle when things become frustrating.
Our perspective isn’t the only one that exists in the world and it isn’t the only one that is correct either.
Welcome to Exploring Emotions with Tarot! This week we will be exploring the Eight of Wands and how it can be used as a prompt or brainstorming in our writing as well as a means to explore our own emotions when we need to. Continue reading
Death reminds us that nothing in life is truly an ending, but rather a beginning.
Like the phoenix here, we have the opportunity to be reborn and start anew.
Feel free to reorganize, use all or some as you please. Remember this is just to spark inspiration to get you going.
Been a rollercoaster week ending with boys and I sick. Continue reading
The Two of Wands reminds us the value of making choices and planning ahead.
It doesn’t matter which path you choose in life so long as it a choice you make for you and plan accordingly.
The King of Cups reminds us that while control of one’s emotions is important, it shouldn’t be to the point that one becomes inaccessible to others.
Doing so only crushes the hearts of others.
The Four of Cups warns against giving into the voices of doubt.
Whether external or internal, these negative words will eat away at you and pull you away from your desired path.
This coming week’s tarot wellness challenge is sticking with our goals all the way to completion. Read on for the details!