Today’s meditation was skipped as I was in the middle of it when I got called in to go down to the salon and do a couple hours of work. By the time I got back, it was so very much nap time.
What really stands out to me in the imagery of the card pulled today is that Isabel Snail’s third eye is open, when her other two eyes are closed. This speaks to me of listening to a “higher power” whether that be your intuition, your guides, the universe, a deity, or whatever your beliefs lead you to put into the role of being your divine connection.
Combined with the Flower Fortunes card, which states “Hate is never conquered by hate. Hate is only conquered by love”, what I see here is that when intense emotions are involved, sometimes we need to slow down. Slow down and step outside of ourselves and our reactions, seek a better understanding of the situation and those involved. Don’t just “jump on the hate train” but pause and listen to what isn’t being said.
DECK USED: ISABEL SNAIL: A TAROT LIFE AND FLOWER FORTUNE CARDS
LionHart’s Reap & Sow Tarot Challenge Prompt
Questions for May 25th and 26th
Making your emotions more of an element in your creative entrepreneurship. You can give more of yourself and the connection to others through your work. You can uplift and support through your creative path.
How am I asked to explore this potential path?
Reconnect with the stuff that you already do (The World atop Ace of Wands Rx) and work at looking at it from a different angle (The Hanged Man). It doesn’t have to be sunshine and roses all the time, you can start adding in gradually instead of all at once (Temperance atop The Sun).
DECK USED: THE JOYSEEKER TAROT
#DiscordTarotolicsMay2021 Challenge Prompt
Philosophical Question: Is having a sense of humor natural or taught?
Reading Summary: It’s something that develops over time (Death). It’s learned slowly through experience (Eight of Wands Rx atop Page of Pentacles)) and reinforced by others you look up to (Hierophant).
Take Away: Just like we learn to smile by mimicry of other’s smiles, and learn to speak through mimicry of others speaking, so too do we learn our sense of humor from others over time with the added component of personal experience added into the mix to help us develop preferences along the way.
This explains why some people love practical jokes and pranks, and others hate them and find them hurtful, but might find other types of humor hilarious instead.
DECK USED: ISABEL SNAIL: A TAROT LIFE
After Gideon and I discovered earlier today that I had managed to essentially contract the slowly growing energetic equivalent of a tapeworm with an oily “old kitchen grease” cling, I did a cleansing and warding to make sure I severed off the energy and cleared away it’s remnants.