Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Daily Draw: Devil (R)
Book: Liberation from restrictions, defeat, release, severance, seeker will overcome evil, tempting fates
Guidance: Remove what is holding you in bondage
This card resonated with me today as it is about accepting and acknowledge all of me. It is about not denying my shadow aspects. I don't have to indulge them, but I need to own them. I've also realized that owning and accepting doesn't mean I no longer work to grow and change. It just means I am kind to the lost little girl who needs emotional support.
May 25, 2018
Interesting to read this today as last night I took Cam to Dillards and we bought underwear. I was taken back to the year I started college and my dad took me shopping for clothes. I bought expensive silk underwear and I bought this amazing swimsuit. It was one piece, but it had buttons on the side and high cut thighs. It was in no way racy, but it made me look and feel good about myself. However, my stupid relatives had to shame me for having a nice body and wanting to show it off. That was wrong of them. I was doing nothing wrong and I was not responsible for their puritan beliefs.
I don't still have the awesome body that had when I was in college, but my body is mine and it deserves to be treated with love and respect. I deserve love and respect. And love and respect means feeding myself healthy and nourishing foods that are good for me in the long term and don't just give me a short term sugar high.
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