Today’s meditation was ten minutes long, and one of the Daily Calm sessions with the Calm app. I kind of spaced out in the process of this one.
At first it had the focus on the breath, and then after a moment there was the explanation and guidance towards the topic of the meditation… but I was some at peace with my breath work that I forgot to listen.
In fact, even after the session was over, I lingered for a bit longer.
Today’s draw is the Page of Cups, which is traditionally a representation of a receptive omega energy, personality, or person in the area of one’s emotions, relationships, creativity, and intuition. This often translates into themes that have to do with the resurfacing of old relationships, delving in to explore new creative endeavors, and the growth of one’s emotional intelligence.
The imagery in this card makes me think of secrets and the things we don’t know. This fits with the Page, as there are many things that the Page has yet to learn.
The message in today’s card is a reminder that no matter how much we reveal about ourselves and our emotions, there’s still more to discover and learn. Stay open to new lessons and new discoveries.
DECK USED: VICE VERSA TAROT
@Lionharts #TheMarchTarot Wander Lust Challenge Prompt
Question for March 8th: What inner strength can I draw on to empower myself?
Reading Summary: Your independence allows you to not worry so much about what others think (Six of Wands Rx) when opportunities knock (Ace of Rings), instead you look at what works best for you and furthers your core goals of stability and comfort (Four of Wands).
Take Away: Your independence is one of your greatest strengths. This does not mean that you do everything yourself or have to stand alone, but rather that you know what you like and are not vulnerable to peer pressures.
This strength allows you to stay true to your own goals and desires when new opportunities arise instead of becoming distracted by what others want or think you should do.
DECK USED: FOREST FOLKLORE TAROT
#DiscordTarotholicsMar2023 Challenge Prompt
Philosophical Question for March 8th: Is love an inherent emotion, or is it learned behavior?
Reading Summary: Everyone sees love differently (The Hanged Man). It can be a bane that hangs around the neck and makes us miserable (Nine of Swords), or an elixir of life we are forever grateful for (Three of Cups).
Take Away: These cards indicate that love as itself is absolutely inherent and something that we all have within us and the ability to experience.
That doesn’t mean we all react to it or experience it in the same way, though, nor view it in the same light. For some it’s a blessing, for others a curse. It all depends on your perspective, and the experiences that you have along the way.
DECK USED: VICE VERSA TAROT
I took a really long nap today. I’ve been feeling a little prickly like I’m coming down with something, but the napping seems to help. Ibuprofen as well.