You sat down and read/watched/went through a tarot reading with an intuitive coach.
You got to the root of your problems.
Maybe you even got some steps to start taking to change your life!
You walk out into the world once more and...what now?
I'm in love with all different types of music. And I'm in love with tarot cards. Who says we can't enjoy the best of both worlds.
Here's my list of theme songs for the Major Arcana!
As apart of International Tarot Day, I'm joining a blog hop! We're covering every card in the tarot deck, going over how amazing they are, and more!
What's your card?
The Ten of Cups! So let's get started:
Say you know fifteen people. You invite them over for dinner so everyone sits at the table. You set out candles, the best china, Jill Scott's singing about family in the background; you brought out the works. While everyone's eating, every person is talking at the same time. Just jabbering away.
How much of that entire dinner conversation did you pick up? Maybe the couple people sitting next to you but Bobby and Jill all the way down on the other side didn't hear anything. Just like you couldn't hear them.
Sometimes when you go in for a tarot reading, there's an expectation of what you can ask. There's a belief that you can ask any question and get time and date answers and nothing can change them.
That's just not the case.
One process of tarot reading is to sit and answer a list of questions in a spread, put the cards in a specific layout, and there's a completed reading.
Through my years of reading tarot and oracle cards, I've found a method for finding questions that get to the source of the problem for clients, finding the answer, and providing steps on how to get there is much more effective.
One of the most confusing religions I've ever come across was Scientology. You always hear about actors like Tom Cruise being Scientologists but they're generally regarded as nut jobs.
I took things into my own hands and did some research on the religion. This week for the 30 Days of Witchcraft challenge, I'm going to explain a little bit about Scientology and why it doesn't really mesh with me.
Let's get started!
Baby's in bed and (finally) asleep.
Shower's taken and teeth are brushed.
Tea is freshly brewed, chakras balanced for the day
I'm zen and prepared; writing time!
I go to sit down at my laptop and...nothing.
Wait a minute; I thought we were doing a deity worship series? Why are we going over Christianity when this is about witchcraft?
Fascinatingly, this is a branch of Christian witchcraft and different practices. Since it's a potential spiritual path for you to explore, I've done some research on how it works. Here's my findings:
This week on the 30 Days of Witchcraft challenge, I have to write in a magical script.
This should be fun; I've never written any actual spell work in a script before!