~ Empress Meditation ~ This is the second installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first installment, ‘Observation and Description’ here. Today we begin a meditation to get into the Empress. The Empress meditation is a continuation of yesterday’s exercise to…
The 3 of Swords is a notoriously difficult card. It’s up there with the 10 of Swords, the Tower and the Devil. No Tarot card is a bad card. Each card has its own level of difficulty.
~ Wild Unknown 10 of Pentacles ~ Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is 10 of Swords. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other things that…
This is the second installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first installment, ‘Observation and Description’ here. We spent some time yesterday just observing the 3 of Cups and noticing what we thought and felt about it. Today we’re going to…
Today’s card draw in the Discovering the Wild Unknown series is the 6 of Swords. I want to start off by providing an important notice, which will be included in all of this series. However, other things that will be included that you can…
~Today we go through the 3 of Wands Meditation, allowing us to step into the card and develop our own experience of it. ~ This is the second installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first installment, ‘Observation and Description’ here….
The bat spends its ‘off time’ seeing the world from a different perspective.
While we develop our understanding of each card, it’s important that we really try and get into the card itself.
The moon makes shadows bolder, and thus outlines the shadow work to be done.
Unlike the other wands, which have twigs coming off the branches, these do not. They are direct, pointed, with a focus.
The Orb could represent the Sun, or the sense of Self in Astrology. I Am.
Then, there is also the Cheetah herself, as her animal self. She is the representation of energy readying itself to move. A cheetah watches her prey and then races toward it.
Today we will work to ground the dancer in the 2 of Pentacles through meditation. This is your opportunity to delve into the card and explore what it means to you. What you pick up through this meditation is your own personal experience that will contribute to your personal understanding of the card.
The suit of the Swords resonates with ‘I think.’ Spend time thinking about your experience, about the figure in the 2 of Swords. Look at your own card, and consider why it is she can’t put down the swords.
The focus of the 2’s is union, harmony and balance. The element of the Cups is Water, and for this meditation, we’re going to be focussing on how the fluidity of Water, and the parallels we can draw between it and us. You can read more about the actual element itself in tomorrow’s post on Water, the Cups, and the Number 2.
Having spent your time with the Ace of Swords, the Ace of Cups, the Ace of Wands, you have the passion, the know-how, the love to bring into fruition a physical product. On each coin is a five-pointed star. While it might seem that Earth is the lesser of the elements since it represents a more base learning, it is the physical representation of the other elements coming together.
I’m beginning to do things a little differently, dividing up the weekly card into smaller segments to make the information more digestable. You can read Monday’s exercise and introduction Here, and you can read all about my weekly schedule regarding the weekly card here….
A regular study of tarot is only going to improve you as a reader. By tapping in and meditating with the cards, you’re bringing your new experiences with you and adding them to your understanding of the cards.