Today’s meditation was skipped because I fell asleep. I was just so tired and apparently the sandman decided I hadn’t had enough sleep and made sure I got some more.
Today’s draw is the Queen of Wands, which is traditionally a representation of a receptive alpha energy, personality, or person in the areas of ones inner drive, willpower and determination. This often translates into themes that have to do with inspiring others and supporting others to reach for their dreams.
Again, for another card of the day, we see a theme that has to do with perfectionism and how to deal with this tendency in a more healthy manner. How to allow yourself to let go of the need for everything to be just so, and let it be how it will be.
As we pursue our passion projects and dive into the things that spark our enthusiasm and motivation, it’s important to remember that our level of “expectation” needs to be held in check. It’s more important to enjoy the journey and take joy in the process. Do your best… don’t expect more from yourself than that. It’s not healthy, nor realistic, to demand more.
DECK USED: CERISE TAROT AND THERA-PETS EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL CARDS
Mr Lionharts’ #TheSeptemberTarot Rise and Fall Prompt
Questions for September 22nd thru 24th
The shift of attention from slow growth of your emotional intelligence into that of the holiday rush is coming. Don’t fight it, as resistance will only hinder what you need to accomplish over the busy season.
How do these changes support my best personal journey?
Survival and Knight of Coins
You need the holiday rush and that overwhelming busy season it offers in order to fill your coffers for the year ahead. Being all-in on the transition will ensure you get the most out of the holiday rush that you possibly can.
Something I am asked to approach differently.
Isolation and Temperance
Make sure that any alone time you have going forward is healthy alone time. No wallowing, no hiding. Reserve alone time for restorative activities.
DECK USED: URBAN CROW ORACLE AND TYLDWICK TAROT
Page of Swords – Curiosity. This quality is a weakness, but also a strength. The problem is when we indulge in our curiosity without applying common sense or good safety practices. When humanity dives into curiosity without these cautionary elements in place, we lose our humanity in the process and end up hurting ourselves and each other as a result.
Three of Cups – Hedonism. Much like curiosity, pursuit of pleasure requires a dose of common sense and good safety practices. When humanity delves into hedonistic pursuits without them, more harm than good is the result. Turning a blind eye to the damages does will not mitigate the fact that they are happening, and the destruction of such behavior can compound over time.
The Chariot Rx – Impatience. Does this one really need much of an explanation? Impatience breeds frustration, anger, and can even spark cruelty directed to both ourselves and others. It also creates the situation where rushing creates mistakes and less thorough care of what is being done, thus accidents and injuries.
DECK USED: CERISE TAROT
I filled my pill boxes today. I know it doesn’t sound like a lot, but I’ve been gathering my medications each night before bed for the past few days instead of having my pill box full and prepared with what I need. Getting the pillbox filled ensures I don’t miss any meds, and also ensures I don’t miss any of my vitamins during the day.