Today’s meditation was ten minutes long, and I had a very difficult time focusing. I can’t even really remember what she was talking about in this one, because my mind kept flitting off in different directions and needing to be pulled back in again. I did stay through the entire ten minutes, though, and repeatedly brought my attention back to the now and my breath each time I caught my mind wandering off in one direction or another.
When I saw this card today, my intuition did not see nostalgia, which seems to be the most common interpretation of this card. Instead, what I see is fun and harmony.
Today’s card is a reminder that things don’t have to be so serious all the time. It’s okay to lighten up and have some fun now and then.
This is something that I often forget. I get so wrapped up in my goals and responsibilities, that I forget to step back and have a laugh and a lark.
Deck Used: Halloween Tarot
Another #TarotForGrowthOctober prompt. I’ve surprisingly managed to keep this challenge going for twelve days now.
Question: Where may I need to release some control?
Reading Summary: When you reach a dead end on an idea (Ten of Swords), sometimes you have to start fresh with a new perspective (The Fool), and work at making better choices the second time around (Two of Wands).
Take Away: When I run across an idea that I’ve reached a dead end on, the releasing of control referenced in the question for the reading has to do with letting go of the tight grip I have on that idea, regrouping with a new perspective, and then trying again from a place of discovery. This is a process that is very difficult for me. I hate letting go of ideas I get invested in, but like the an untenable position of the fellow in the box of knives on the first card, sometimes its the only way to progress.
Deck Used: Deviant Moon Tarot (Borderless Edition)