From April 9, 2020, I did a Facebook live about how the Hermit Archetype can support us through Shelter-in-Place.
10 months later, it’s still relevant.
We often talk about getting centered. But what does that mean to you?
The Tarot gets it. And that’s why the theme of Balance is one of the most predominant in the Major Arcana. The cards attempt to touch on all the different ways we try.
This Taiwanese Tarot Deck, The Elf of Heaven, is bright and colorful and hard to find. I share the publishers’ website and email address at the beginning. The name of the illustrator is Kele Wang (first name, last name). His style is clearly influenced by manga or anime, but is his own. It also reminds me of German Expressionist style.
Play is important. Time spent listening to your higher self is important.
What if we can combine those two needs in one place?
We can see the archetypes that play out through all of history, and our roles we can choose to play to be fully engaged in our own lives and communities. The tarot adds curiosity to my days that lightens my fears and emboldens my choices.
Philip Pullman clearly loves divination and plays with classic archetypes in his fabulous trilogies of His Dark Materials and the Book of Dust. Zoë and Jenna discuss his characters in these through the lens of Tarot Archetypes. Please post in the comments your own thoughts and opinions, even if you disagree with us!
Holiday season is going to be different in 2020, this reading helps you make any event special by customizing your own rituals. Get some guidance on how to approach your plans with magic. Join my online Art of Reading Tarot class in January to… Continue Reading “Enhance Your Holidays with Meaningful Rituals”
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