The Knight of Wands reminds us that while change does not occur through inaction, the right words can plant the seeds we need.
Change doesn’t always happen overnight.
Welcome to Exploring Emotions with Tarot! This week we will be exploring the Page of Swords 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 “Exploring Emotions with Page of Swords”
The Ten of Cups encourages us to celebrate the joy we have in those we hold dear in our lives.
Life truly is nothing without the myriad of relationships we share and experience with each other.
This writing prompt challenge requires you use at least a vault, a crime, and a training session. Feel free to reorganize, use all or some as you please. Remember this is just to spark inspiration to get you going.
It’s been a fairly quiet week. Continue reading “Tode’s Weekly Assessment 2019-37”
The Four of Swords cautions us to be mindful of burnout, the plague of modern society.
Get the adequate rest you need, as you need it. Not just for you body, but for your mind, heart, and soul as well.
The Fool reminds us that some things in life are worth taking a risk for.
Life is short. Tell someone what they mean to you. Go for that job or promotion. Publish that book. Take that dance class. Whatever.
The Ten of Wands encourages us to not give up and hang in there whenever we feel overwhelmed or tired with a task.
Keep in mind the coming sense of accomplishment you will have when it’s finally done.
In this coming week’s wellness tarot challenge, we explore how dissolving your ego brings greater peace and improved connection into your life. Read on for details!
The Hermit reminds us that not only do we need to learn things on our own sometimes, but we must also be sharing our knowledge to others that seek it.
We need to serve as a beacon to the open-minded.