Tag: self care

Art Fills My Cup

The free reading this week below offers some powerful major arcana insights into how to heal your Page of Cups heart.

It’s a lot to manage the pentacles of this life, and I had an epiphany during isolation about how essential creative experience is to me.

Flairs of feelings deserve my attention.
Art films enrich my TV time.
Nature enhances my exercise routines.
Self-expression balances my spirit.

I personally need to prioritize my Cups more to find a work-life balance.

A Tarot Activity for Winter Focus

It’s easy to let winter be a droll time, and this year is extra hard with covid risks keeping us at more of a distance from seasonal house gatherings. This is that essential moment to remember what we may romanticize about winter in the middle of a busy summer.

Your Mind is Psychic

Have you ever known something without knowing how you knew it?
When was the last time you felt an urge to call someone, and there were in need of your presence? We can choose to mystify these magical edges of life, or we can acknowledge our desire to normalize how often they occur.

Cleanse Your Deck and Yourself

You are sovereign ruler over your aura or spiritual body, and giving it attention supports the physical and mental immensely. If you read cards casually or professionally, caring for yourself as a channel includes clearing the tendrils that attach to your oracle and tarot decks.

Healthy Cord Cutting

When we connect deeply with someone, we become tethered energetically. Even after we physically part, there are still tendrils of their imprint entwined with our own.

Time to Bloom Once Again

Time to Bloom Once Again

Sometimes blossoming can be intimidating.

This rounding of the sun in particular, we are not only shedding away our winter coats, we are shifting collectively back into the bright world of socializing and getting back to being busy.

As more of us get vaccinated, events will surge. While this is thrilling, it also is a good moment to consider your own rhythms and comforts as we all become more extroverted again.

If you want to get warmed up to socializing with others while you learn the cards from a pro, we would love your company.

Self-Care is Sexy

We perform better when we feel balanced in our body, mind, energy, and spirit. This week, I offer a variety of ways that you can access your own best self from the perspective of the Tarot. Join me for a quick QiGong exertion that moves stagnation and enlivens the body’s life force.