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#dailydraw #tarot #herbcrafterstarot #sacredtraveleroracle adelita of earth tells me to grow where I am planted and to find ways to honor my ancestors where I am. This card is about honoring the earth wherever you are. Breaking trail is about creating your own path and moving forward. Together these two cards tell me to create my own path right where I am at.
These cards are amazingly apt for where I'm at today. I'm in such a position of accepting where I am at in my life both physically and emotionally and working to "grow where I'm planted." Moving from being a consultant and living out of a suitcase to being an internal employee and living out of my closet is a huge shift. I'm used to just washing the clothes in my suitcase, adding an outfit to replace what I wore home, and repacking. Now, I'll actually be taking things off the hangers at home and getting dressed at my house every day. That's a huge change and these cards address this shift in my life.
The Adelita of Earth from The Herbcrafter's Tarot tells me to ground myself by creating beauty where I am. That means to truly live in my house and in my skin and appreciate it. It is about being present in my surroundings and taking the natural materials around me to create beauty. Interestingly, I'm also reading It's Not Your Money by Tosha Silver and early in the book she recommends cleaning and getting rid of things that no longer matter. For me, this is a two step process as first I clean and get rid of things, then I look at what is left and create beauty. From a natural perspective, I'm recognizing the sacred beauty of the daffodils that spring up in my yard each year and the trees that grace my yard. And from a human perspective, I'm moving things around instead of buying.
The other lesson from the Yucca (Adelita) is to ground spirituality in a practical way. Sometimes we think that spirituality is separate from our daily lives, but it shouldn't be. In reality everything that we do is sacred and beautiful and we should honor it as such. that is a lesson I'm learning and I'm working to honor my life by treating it as sacred. Having a home is sacred, having people who love me is sacred, it is all sacred and when I treat it as such, life flows so much better.
Breaking Trail is interesting in juxtaposition with the Adelita of Earth because this card is about creating a new trail and seeing limitations and blockages drop away. On the one hand, this would seem to be in opposition to the Adelita of Earth because the one card is about being grounded where you are and the other is about moving forward. However, one of the most important lessons I've learned is that you don't have to continually be on the move to move forward. I used to think that being rooted in one place was boring and meant I was stuck, but I've learned that having roots really can help you grow and that's what I take away from these two cards: keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.