As I work though my own process of reclaiming my own Empressness, I turned to three queer tarot decks for new perspectives.
[Guest post] "Like the Empress, Inanna’s story navigates between the boundaries of love and power. "
Sarah Gottesdiener shares profound reflections on abundance and 'enough' for the full moon.
[Guest Post] Charmaine offers the basic archetypes of Jungian psychology though the lens of the major arcana.
"What does your caregiver's tarot ritual look like? What cards keep showing up in the light and shadow of your caregiver's journey?"
A slow and gradual shift. As much time as I need, and all the love I want. Intentional, practical, and most importantly forgiving.
[Guest post] To truly queer the two traditional 'parents' of the tarot, we must go way beyond binary gendered notions of 'mother and father'.
The Empress: Ladies First - Queen Latifah and Monie Love
I laughed. And I thought of all the friends with whom I'd really like to share this. And then I got to a slide which offered further information. And I ended up on a manatee information website. And because I'm trying to re-train my attention span, I read the entire site.
I learned a lot about manatees!
Daily draw - 17th May 2011 Two words. One - fecundity. It's a pretty amazing word, sounding like it should mean something a lot ruder than it does. Fecundity. Mmm. It means fertility, if you didn't know. The ability to reproduce, or to bring forth...