Leaving behind substances, bad habits, & stagnation without fear; the Six of Swords is growing up, maturing, moving on.
To cut off abusers is to be the Queen of Swords. To take care of ourselves by cutting off communication, and not necessarily dramatically. Sometimes there is nothing more to be said, and the most powerful statement is said with silence.
The Numinous Tarot places hope at the heart of the revolution. "We may have to build this place ourselves, but we are worth the effort, the space, and the care of doing so." - Noel Heimpel
Befriending cards is a great exercise to figure out where you’re at in your life and to begin naming what you want more of, as well as what needs releasing.
This month on the Sunday Spread we talk about nurturing abundance consciousness in our lives!
Each small ritual is part of a bigger picture, a cumulative relationship with ourselves and with our spirit and our environment.
Through my journaling, it felt like I went from just listening to the tarot to conversing with it and, in turn, conversing with myself.
For today’s new moon we revisit mourning: with some thought, poem, and ritual.
It's productivity season and our healing projects can be just as alluring as any other. This month we utilize tarot to guard and manage our sacred energy, even from ourselves.
Instead of the familiar themes for the Eight of Cups of letting go, we talk about the untapped potential to contain.
What does it mean to raze consciousness in order to raise consciousness?
""I'm going to begin
Sian said. And she did
Six of us murmured
People retreat to ‘get away from it all’ and I think it is worth magnifying this ‘it’ – what exactly is being escaped?
Wards remind us that we have a right to feel supported and secure in the world.
Are you romanticizing the not-home? What stops you from retreating at-home, or at least in your city or neighbourhood? What might it mean to retreat in daily life?
When good things happen to you, what are your first thoughts? When your wishes come true, do you tell anyone?
April's Sunday Spread focuses on the thresholds, transitions, and spaces in between.
Death shows us what happens when you come out the other side – pain, hope, transformation.
There was struggle, there was hardship, sometimes this pain threatens to pull us back into rocky waters. Because we know that smooth sailing isn’t a given ever, we must find tools in our toolkit to find lights in the dark.
Learning to ground + center isn’t just to be able to react better to stress, but to allow us to focus the mind on what we want to focus on.
As I work though my own process of reclaiming my own Empressness, I turned to three queer tarot decks for new perspectives.
Sometimes what we need to mourn – really truly – is not an ancestor who is deceased, not a fleshy body made bone, but a version or vision of ourselves, a fantasy we held about ourselves or our future.
This month on the Sunday Spread: we imagine, sparkle, and manifest with a review of Pamela Chen's new Crystal Unicorn Tarot!
Maranda discusses believability & environmental illness, asking if sickness can be liberating.