You may or may not have heard of the ancient art of astrology, that tells people how they are supposed to live their lives and influence the world around them. Astrology could be considered a pseudoscience, but, it has been around for thousands of years. As a result of such a long history of use, astrology has developed into a highly diverse and complex field that is difficult to define. However, one thing that you should know is, astrology is not a religion. There are many great theories in astrology, but, as with any science, they cannot be proven.
We all have our personal planets and stars we relate to the most and to others, but what might surprise you is that there are actually 13 of these in total, not just the 12 we generally hear about. The 13th is the Sun, the brightest star in the sky and the source of all the light and energy we need to survive.
We are all unique individuals, and that uniqueness is reflected in our destiny. It’s up to us to decide how we want our lives to unfold. The life path that we choose determines how we will feel and how we will live our lives. If we choose to follow our path, we will find the answers to the questions we ask.
How many of these apply to YOU:
I’m an introvert and an overthinker.
I’m a wild eternal optimist who also sinks to deep lows when my optimism doesn’t pan out (but I always bounce back up again).
I am powerful, and brave, but sometimes I forget that.
I’m a dreamer, procrastinator and perfectionist.
I’m both mystical and practical in my approach to life.
All of the above? ME TOO.
Welcome, kindred spirit!
In the grand scheme of things, life is good and I am so grateful for so many blessings.
On the practical side of things, right now I’m dealing with an unexpectedly challenging situation that is sapping my energy and time. Actually, I can’t say unexpected really, since the Ten of Wands came up around it, so I went into this with my eyes open but filled with that starry-eyed optimism I mentioned. (And, with an uncanny knack of making things more complicated than they need to be.)
Whenever my anxiety around this particular situation, or any situation, gets the better of me, I start shuffling those cards.
Reading Tarot always soothes my soul and helps me to remember my power and capability. It is a meditation, a prayer, a connection with divine source, and an intellectual exercise that fires up my synapses.
Reading for myself, I get the perspective I need, insight into the most beneficial next steps, and my sense of humor back.
Reading for clients, I am immersed in the joy and flow of doing that work, in helping them to find that perspective, next steps and inspiration.
The Tarot doesn’t help you to control or manipulate a situation, and it doesn’t ask you to try to control or manipulate the situation. Instead, it gives you the bigger picture view, puts things into perspective, and offers ways to navigate challenges that you may not be seeing when you are in the thick of it. The cards remind you of who you are, and what you can do.
The cards are our cheerleaders that also dish out some tough love. They inspire, give you a reality check, and let you know when there is something that you just have to let go of.
And that’s pretty magical, right?
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