Today’s meditation was skipped (again).
A child playing dress up as the knight he’ll some day become. That is what I see in the imagery for today’s card.
We all had dreams and aspirations when we were young. Often, they change as we grow older. Our dreams to become princesses and space men turn into more practical things with age. That’s what growing up is all about.
Today’s card is a reminder of those long ago dreams. It’s about where we come from… and where we’re going. It’s about looking at those dreams of childhood and acknowledging that they are the fertilizer of the roots from which we have grown, and appreciate how they have influenced who we have become.
DECK USED: THE LOST TAROT
ReadingWickedly’s #MayDailyDraw Prompt
Questions for May 17th thru 19th
Six of Vessels and The Thin Thin Veil – The influences of your past are still dictating a great deal of your current behavior, proving that when someone passes on, their influences continue to remain for as long as you allow them to.
How can I develop self-mastery?
The Star and You Are Invited – Work at lifting yourself up. Optimism and positivity can give you the strength to break through recalcitrant behavior and join the world more fully. This in turn will give you greater control over your unhealthy habits.
What limits does reality impose on my dreams?
The Tower, The Call atop Be Reborn Daily – Reality will continue to tear things down so that you have to rebuild them into something better. Sometimes this is going to impose limits on your dreams, and at other times it will be a catalyst to changing your dreams entirely into something new and better.
DECK USED: THE HERO’S JOURNEY DREAM ORACLE AND TAROTGAZING DECK
The #ConnectWithYourDeckChallenge Prompt by E Roebuck-Jones
Questions for May 17th and 18th
Be sensitive to their fears (The Star) and use the tools at your disposal (The Magus) to turn around the rejection into something new (Death).
Build hope instead of just shooting someone down on the spot. You can always offer a different perspective or a new opportunity out of a rejection instead of just leaving it as a rejection in and of itself.
What makes it difficult for me to say no to others?
It’s hard for you, in new relationships and friendships (Ace of Cups), to be able to predict how people are going to react (Wheel of Fortune), and you often then worry that if you say no it will turn into a huge chaotic mess of a problem (The Blasted Tower).
This is not usually a problem until you are feeling vulnerable, because during those times conflict isn’t something that you’re particularly prepared to deal with gracefully.
DECK USED: THE LOST TAROT
I’m still playing catch-up and like the last couple of posts, I don’t remember what I might have done as self-kindness during this time, but I know that it was during my time off so I at least got some good rest.