Making Time for Play

Today’s meditation was skipped.

Tarot de Marseille MamanmiyukiToday’s draw is the Fool card, which is traditionally a representation of innocence, enthusiasm, adventure, newness and fresh starts, carefree outlooks, and spontaneity.

What stands out to me the strongest in the imagery of the card today is that what is usually a dog with the Fool actually appears like it might be a cat in this image.

When my cat is feeling the urge to play and wants to involve me, she will chase me everywhere I go and try to nip at my feet and heels in an effort to invite me to play with her. This is what I see in today’s card, which asks each of us, where are you invited to have a little fun and play a little more?

For me personally, this is also an encouragement to set aside a little time to play with Miss Luna today.


OwlandBonesTarot’s #BothSidesOfTheTarot Prompt
Questions for September 16th and 17th

Bones of the Bonestone Tarot and The TreeLore OracleWhat is exposed?

Queen of Wands – Your drive and desire to inspire and empower others is on display for all to see. You put yourself out there in so many ways just for this purpose.

What is hidden?

Six of Cups – Your past. Especially the bittersweet parts of it. As much as you share with others, there is just as much you choose to keep to yourself.

Finding Balance Between the Two – Be discerning and cleanse from your life those things that are of no use to you so that you can better align with the things that are not just of use but suit you well (Tamarack). The past is gone and although there are things that we carry forward from it, they should be the healthy things that assist in thriving and helping others thrive… not the unhealthy ones that would hold us back (White Ash).

What can you add to your life?

The Magician – You could do with a bit more confidence and motivation in your life, carefully applied in just the right places.

What might you subtract?

Wheel of Fortune – Changes do not always have to be accompanied by unpredictability or create an imbalance. Many times what is coming can be seen ahead of time and prepared for because it is a repeating cycle rather than an out-of-the-blue shift.

Finding Balance Between the Two – Be practical with your time and energy by preparing ahead for what is to come (Tulip Poplar). Do what you can to foster a sense of peace in your life, including meditation and sharing with Gideon things that are bothering you so that you expel them instead of letting them linger and fester (White Pine).


Mr Lionhart’s #TheSeptemberTarot Between Dusk & Dawn Prompt
Questions for September 16th thru 18th – INITIATE

Tarot de Marseille MamanmiyukiThink of something you enjoy or love about your life and keep this in your thoughts. Ask the cards: How can I grow within my joys and build on what I love?

Stay true to yourself and your moral compass (Judgment) and take the time to explore your intuition more in depth. There is so much more to learn if you are willing to dive for it (La Papesse).

These cards speak of potential, and an unlimited ability to delve into areas of secret knowledge, and expand your own in doing so without sacrificing your values and principles in the process.

What am I guided to initiate right now for when Mercury stations direct (October 1st}?

Although the holiday rush is coming, you’re going to need a little bit of extra cash before it swings into gear (Six of Coins atop For of Coins). Take care that you are not going overboard on spending right now so that the cash will be available to you when you need it (Le Diable).

What is required to grow past initiation…

Seven of Batons atop Knight of Swords – A little bit of impulse and ambition, and a whole lot of conviction.

towards creation…

King of Batons – Motivation, not just for yourself but to share with others so that they can join you on the journey.

to reach finalization?

Eight of Cups – The ability to identify and discard those things along the way that are not working, so that you can move toward those things that do.


Daily Self Kindness

Although I really didn’t want to, I took a nap because I needed it.

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