The Six of Cups reversed can indicate that the past has too much of a hold over someone. That past might include trauma experienced in a family situation or a relationship. The Four of Pentacles reinforces this inability to let go.
No one wants to see the Tower come up in their reading, but if it does the Star is a wonderful card to follow it.
Reality is subjective. I never used to think that. I mean, how can reality, something that one would assume can be empirically proved or disproved, be open to interpretation, conditioned on whether someone accepts it or doesn’t accept it? Then came social media, which does have some uses (hi fam) but is also a veritable,Continue reading “Living in Interesting Times”
I think of knights as fire, full of the passionate energy of youth. Not wide-eyed innocent pages, but high-spirited teenagers, sometimes rebellious, sometimes stroppy, usually full of themselves—knowing they are right about everything, constantly testing their boundaries. When we apply this to the Knight of Cups, we see someone who is passionate about following theirContinue reading “Tarot Insights: Knight of Cups”
Everybody Hurts Sometimes Most people don’t want to see the Three of Swords come up in a reading. It generally speaks of pain, misery and sorrow more obviously than any other card in the deck. On the other hand, there are times we need to see this card for our own good, so we canContinue reading “Tarot Insights: Three of Swords”
Have Fun, Be Careful The page of cups is a young person who is contemplating a fish popping out of the cup they are holding, perhaps a bit amused. “Can anyone else see the fish popping out of this cup?”, the person might say, if anyone else was present. The pages often represent young peopleContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Page of Cups, Reversed”
Forgiveness is a process, not a one-time occurrence. It is a process we undertake so that we can move on with our lives, to heal ourselves so that we are no longer affected by our emotional wounds, regardless whether we seek to forgive ourselves or another, or both. Forgiveness isn’t a line in the sandContinue reading “How many times do you have to forgive until you get it right?”
On Letting Go and Embracing the Unknown The hanged man represents the energy, the power, the gift of being able to let go, sacrifice, embrace the unknown in the faith it will take you where you are supposed to go. Reversed, it is encouraging me to ruminate on what happens when you try to avoidContinue reading “The Daily Draw: The Hanged Man, Reversed”
Everyone attuned to Reiki has been told the importance of self-healing, but many of us with busy lifestyles struggle to make a daily practice of it. In the link below, Reiki Master Angie Webster provides ten tips for working self-Reiki into your day. I was already doing a few of these, and the rest ofContinue reading “Info Share: 10 Ways to Fit Self Healing into Your Day”
We have a heavy winter cold going through the house all down the line, from oldest to youngest. So Reiki and Calpol for the kids, and Reiki and a few sleepless nights for mammy and daddy – inevitably one or more of the children are woken by their symptoms in the hours when they wouldContinue reading “The Daily Draw: Four of Swords, Reversed”