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When I started creating my tarot journal, I thought I could have a cute little book I could stick in my purse! Nope! Tarot journaling quickly balloons in information, so I ended up with FOUR tarot journals. I have pages for both the RWS deck and my primary deck, as well as copious notes for each card for each deck. Just, basically, this is a lot of information. I have one journal for the pips, one for the courts, and one for the major arcana. Since the other three became so large, I added one...
Alison Cross noted that the arrows in the Wildwood's Seven of Arrows represent communication, which opened the flood gates of my mind about how others' communication to us about ourselves effect our self worth so significantly. To start with, insecurity is basically feeling unsafe. Anything that can threaten our basic needs for survival -- food and shelter -- will make us feel insecure. We can help soothe these fears by trusting in ourselves, those around us, and that those closest to us wil...
I am studying tarot, and this is actually my second reading ever. I decided that today, Trump's inauguration, it would be a great practice exercise to see what is the best way to approach Trump's presidency. Full disclosure: I voted for Hillary Clinton. The vast majority of my friends are Democrats and liberals, so I hear of their pain. I also have friends who are Republicans and conservatives, some who voted for Trump and some who did not. I also hear their pain. I hear the distress from bot...