Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Daily Draw: King of Wands (R)
Book: Be careful, be aware of recklessness, inability to move forward, need to move forward, hesitating, uncertainty
Guidance: Be more assertive, be more confident
This card fits where i am today as I have been dragging my heels about this course that I'm creating. I think the root cause is that I am afraid to go into the darkness again. I'm afraid of opening doors that I thought I'd closed. However, there is a reason this is coming up now so I will honor the process and go back into my darkness.
July 8, 2018
Interesting when I read this and think about the actual meanings of the words. I haven't worked on my course in a while and I think it is because I've learned the lessons and it really is time for me to move forward. I don't need to go back into the darkness and I don't owe it to anyone to guide them or help them. I guide my kids and I provide for them and I don't need to give my all to anyone.
I've also found that my daily and weekly tarot practices are helping me to dig into the darkness without becoming overwhelmed. I find so much healing in tarot and the discipline of pulling a card everyday really helps to to get all the junk out in a deliberate way.
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