Today’s meditation was ten minutes long, and I really feel like they’re beating a dead horse lately. Just saying, but today’s focus was once again upon the journey instead of the destination and how that relates to meditation.
I know it’s a message that lots of people (myself included) need to hear now and then, but it seems like they’re in a little bit of a rut at the moment, because it feels as if all of the meditations recently have been on different ways of phrasing the exact same topic.
Maybe I need to take a break from the guided meditations and try another method for a bit.
Today’s draw is the Eight of Cups, which seems to be showing up quite a bit lately. The Eight of Cups is about walking away, and about taking a new path. I can’t help but think that this is a continuation on yesterday’s bonus reading, and you hit the nail on the head concerning what was missing from that reading btw.
I don’t know. The answer to your question about yesterday’s bonus reading is that I don’t know. But I’m again being prompted to make the choice of releasing myself from something that I’m not just intellectually invested on, but emotionally invested in as well. The reading yesterday then spoke of returning to it with a new perspective and fresh ideas.
I’m still in the dark, although I think that the cards are definitely -trying- to help me realize what idea I’m hitting a brick wall on. And the ‘out of sorts’ I’ve been feeling lately indicates that I am indeed hitting a brick wall. I just need to figure out… on what.
Deck Used: Dark Mansion Tarot
Another #TarotForGrowthOctober prompt.
Question: In what way am I stronger than I realize?
Take Away: Sometimes I lose touch with the joy that I feel in the creation of something new. Something that is uniquely mine. My creation, my passion, my idea… something brought from nothing into reality. I forget about the joy and the spark sometimes. The reading today is a reminder of that joy. My obvious strength is that ability to create, that skill at manifestation…. the hidden talent is in the joy I bring to the process. It’s sometimes hidden even from me. And I think it’s time to get back in touch with it again.