Today’s meditation was very nearly a nap, because it took place in the bathtub and it was very, very relaxing. I did not fall asleep, but it was a hard thing. I did learn my lesson, though. If I am going to do the kind of meditation where I sink into a comforting and/or comfortable sensation? Don’t do it somewhere I could drown.
Today’s draw is The Sun card, which is all about warmth, positivity, and letting that inner child out to play. The message in this card arriving during today’s draw is that I need to pay attention to ensuring I incorporate FUN into my life, even during the busiest of times.
Part of the reason for turning my hobbies into a business is so that I can play while I work. And yet, there are times when I bear down so hard on my focus that I lose track of that part of things. The sun card is a reminder that it’s okay to have some fun along the way.
Deck Used: Slow Tarot
Bonus Reading – #TarotForGrowthNovember
Question: Where do I need to take more action?
Reading Summary: Oak is a synonymous with strength and abundance, and when combined with the Seven of Earth, it reinforces the message of steady progress and sustainability that that card represents. There is bounty in the image, but it is bounty that is the product of hard work.
Chicory is a symbol of patience and perseverance. In this card, it is joined with the Two of Air, which brings in an aspect of weighing one’s options and struggling with making important but difficult decisions. The combination creates a sense of needing to wait before you make the choices necessary to move forward.
In the tarot, roses are often a symbol of balance and an offering of hope and new beginnings. Combined as it is with The Empress card, there is a feeling of freshness and stability within the expression of this card. There is also a symbolism of the rose hips, which represents the ‘bearing of the fruits of love’. This theme fits well with the fertility of the Empress card, and reinforces this aspect of the Empress.
Take Away: The message in these cards is one of control and restraint in order to further one’s aspirations and ambitions. Sometimes to achieve abundance, you have to be steadfast and strong, but not hard and ruthless. In areas where I feel a need for that stability and comforting strength, it would be wise to take a pause to ensure I will be heading in the right direction, then set loose in that direction, moving forward while holding on to both the goals I wish to achieve, but also a nurturing respect for myself and my current needs.
In other words? Find your ambition and goals…. take a moment to pause and find your footing and direction… THEN act, but do so consciously with awareness of not just those goals for the future, but the present as well.