The Tightening Noose

Today’s meditation was skipped.

Snowland Tarot - The DevilToday’s draw is the Devil card, which is traditionally a representation of temptations, addictions, and struggles with moderation. These issues, when it comes to the Devil card, are most often self inflicted instead of forced upon you by life or others.

When does it go from fun and games with friends to a little too far? Where is the line?

The imagery in this card brings that question to mind. The chains are too tight. Were they always that tight, or in their fun and games did they become too tight?

Todays card encourages us to take some time today to examine where in life you may be letting things get out of hand, and look for ways to ease up the grip of those chains before they tighten to the point you can no longer breathe.


Magicznie_Czyli_Troche_Magi’s #tarotowewyzwaniegrudzien2022 Prompt
Questions for December 7th thru 12th

Winter Solstice Season OracleSleigh Full of Gifts: What can I give to my loved ones?

Solstice – Don’t be so rigid and unyielding. It’s time to ease up on your controlling grip now that the holiday rush is at an end, and embrace a more easy and relaxed attitude.

Krampus: What does my Shadow look like?

Dreidel – Forever hopeful.

Long December Evenings: What feeds my Shadow?

Forest – When you are true to yourself, you feed your Shadow the energy needed to stand tall and allow itself to be integrated.

Long December Nights: How can I work with my Shadow?

Storm – Confront your fears.

Dark December Mornings: How can I integrate my Shadow?

Pine Cone – Do the work. There are no shortcuts.

Lights: What will light up my world and make me think more positively?

Eggnog – Practice gratitude. It doesn’t mean ignoring the problems, dangers, and bad parts. It means taking time to make sure you are recognizing and reflecting on the good stuff so that it doesn’t get lost in the shuffle.


Daily Self Kindness

Today was a day of rest and I managed to take TWO naps, and I soaked in the bath.

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