Connecting Through Differences

Today’s meditation was skipped.

Tarot of the Magical Forest - StrengthToday’s draw is the Strength card, which is traditionally a representation of inner strength, influence through persuasion, compassion, and courage.

I love the imagery for the Strength card in this deck.  It makes me think of myself and Gideon, and how we connect even though we are so different, finding those things that we share and appreciating our differences both.

That is what I see as the message in today’s card.  Find those things that connect you with others.  Appreciate them.  But make sure that you are appreciating your differences as well.  It’s through those differences we are allowed to see the world from a different perspective.


The Rainbow Moonscape #VennoxesTarotChallenge Prompt
Questions for August 4th and 5th

Hoi Polloi TarotHow do I summon more willpower?

Queen of Cups and Ten of Cups – Make room for personal happiness. When you have something to fight for, you find more strength of will with which to fight.

How can I inspire more passion in my life?

The Fool atop The Tower – Don’t worry so much about the repercussions all the time. Sometimes following your passions requires you to be a little careless, and let the chips fall where they may.


The #ConnectWithYourDeckChallenge Prompt by E Roebuck-Jones
Questions for August 4th and 5th

Tarot of the Magical ForestHow do I feel when I look inside myself?

Death and Knight of Wands – Looking inside yourself, you feel a sense of dissatisfaction, and that you are in need of change without a clear direction on what change needs to be made.

What do I need to change?

Two of Pentacles atop Ten of Pentacles – More balance in your life will create more satisfaction overall, not just for yourself but also those around you who are influenced by your success.  You’ve done a lot in this area already, but there’s still a great deal further to go.


Daily Self Kindness

I am playing some serious catch up and I have no idea what the self-kindness for this day might have been.

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