Today’s meditation was skipped.
Today’s draw is the Eight of Pentacles, which is traditionally a representation of hard work and honing one’s skills and abilities. This often leads to themes that have to do with manifestation, perfectionism, and expertise in one’s crafts or vocational field.
Skills come in all shapes and forms, and those that we all possess are honed and perfected over time. Today’s card is a personal message to me about my own skills when it comes to organization and packing.
The message is… If you put your mind to it, you can get all the things done that you need to today. You have to pack and get ready to go, but this isn’t really anything that you haven’t done a million times before. So, just get to it and let your previous experience be your guide so that you don’t forget anything.
DECK USED: THE LIKELY TAROT
@lucet.in.aurora.tarot’s #lucetinauroraMaartTarotChallenge Prompt
Prompt for March 18th: Do a lunch date with a deck you use least.
Okay, so I couldn’t do food with this deck due to my reactions to the artwork, so there’s no “lunch date” here. But, this is my least used deck. As in… never. Never ever. I don’t use it. It’s in my collection for research purposes only.
For me, there is something fundamentally wrong and extremely disturbing about Lady Frida Harris’ artwork. It disrupts the smooth flow of my energy and can make me extremely nauseous if I spend too much time with it.
So here is my least used deck… and a picture of today’s lunch. Just no date.
DECK USED: THE BOOK OF THOTH GOLDEN EDITION
Play time with GIdeon today, which was really nice and sorta hot there at the end, which now leaves me eager for next time yet again.
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I love that you are eager, my love
I kinda wish I wasn’t -so- eager since it’s gonna be a few days before I get you back
*Grumps about sharing*
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