Today’s meditation was skipped.
Today’s draw is The Hierophant Rx atop the Death card. Traditionally, the Hierophant is about tradition, learning the old ways, and knowledge that is passed down overtime from one generation to the next. Reversed, this card often means there is a need to break free of tradition and think outside the box.
The Death card is traditionally a representation of organic change that happens over time. It’s the type of change that develops slowly and can often be seen coming, even if we decide to ignore it instead of face it head on.
I don’t usually take two cards for my card of the day pull, but when these landed on the table they did so definitively and it felt right. And so… here we are.
Today’s pull is about rearranging my living room in order to get shelves put up in the summer. It’s something that I have been thinking about quite a lot over the last week as I plot and plan what I want to do, and have been planning in the back of my mind for the last couple of years.
These cards are an indication that I need to think outside the box in concern to how to get my plans to work. Most specifically, the fact that I want to put the TV over the fireplace, which will take a bit of planning and brainstorming if there are no studs behind that wall as I suspect is the case.
Today’s cards are a reminder that these changes are possible, but they’re going to take a bit of ingenuity, new perspectives, and outside the box ideas in order to accomplish.
DECK USED: CRIMSON EYE TAROT
#DiscordTarotholicsJan2022 Challenge Prompt
Question: Are all emotions irrational?
Reading Summary: True emotion is born in the heart (Ace of Cups), and does not come from the head (The Sun). This means that by their very nature emotions are not logical, as the heart is a mystery (The Mystic).
Take Away: We can use our head to puzzle out emotions and make them look rational and logical, but that is not how the heart works. In this way, emotions are always irrational, even if our brains are able to rationalize them after the emerge.
DECK USED: INTUITIVE NIGHT GODDESS TAROT
Personal Inquiry (Not a Challenge Prompt) in Relation to Today’s COTD
Question: Will the “TV above the fireplace” thing work out?
Take Away: I’m in the process of looking for a carpenter to help me in this part of the transition process. These cards indicate that I’m on the right track, and to not try doing this by myself, but seek out help from a professional to make sure it gets done right.
DECK USED: CRIMSON EYE TAROT
I took some time to read through and think over this info-graphic by Persephone’s Sister today. She has a point and it feeds into the fact that I have a habit of “putting off” the day-to-day self care tasks far too often and waiting until I need them instead of doing them regularly in order to prevent reaching that point in the first place. It was a new perspective on this problem that I struggle with that I think might help, in the end, with me getting on track with doing more regular self care practices.