As our world is rapidly shifting and changing politically, economically, socially, environmentally, and energetically, we humans may feel unsettled. With such catastrophic and far reaching events such as the recent earthquake in Japan and ensuing tsunami, we may find it challenging to stay centered and grounded. If we can know … [read more]
Law 14 (Temperance/Sagittarius/Fire):
For every difficult or traumatic experience we encounter, there is always a healing and a blessing to follow
(if we allow it)
As we approach the Winter Solstice, when the longest darkest night of the year turns over to the expanding light that will follow, Temperance calls … [read more]
Law 11 (Justice/Libra/Air): Take responsibility for your relationships with others; choose fair and equal partnerships
Justice is represented by a formidable robed figure sitting authoritatively upon a throne with a sword held in her one hand and the scales in the other. She can easily be compared to the Greek … [read more]
Law 10/The Wheel of Fortune/All Elements: You cannot control whom or what crosses your path, but how you respond to them can shape your destiny.
Law 9 (The Hermit/Virgo/Earth ): Acknowledge your inner gifts; focus your attention on developing a more meaningful relationship with your self.
The classic depiction of the Hermit is of an elder figure shrouded in a long hooded robe, holding a staff planted in … [read more]
Law 8 (Strength/Leo/Fire ): Become a stronger person, knowing that you are safe from avarice, greed, envy, punishment, persecution for having what you have, for being who you are.
A typical Strength card in Tarot portrays a woman leaning over to embrace a tamed lion with artwork that draws on … [read more]
Law 7 (The Chariot/Cancer/Water): Seize the reigns on your emotions so you may charge ahead towards what you need with confidence.
Even if mentally we have our minds set on clear goals, we often sabotage our own best efforts to achieve them due to feelings of insecurity, inadequacy, or guilt. … [read more]
The Lovers card in Tarot can cause much confusion. Many automatically assume that it means love will be crossing their path (the Tarot’s Two of Cups more aptly signifies true love), when… [read more]
Law 5 (The Hierophant/Taurus /Earth): Ask for what you desire/need from your heart and know that it can be reality. Ask and you shall receive.—
The Hierophant, in a reading, serves as validation that you can attain what you want if you clearly ask for it and have … [read more]
Law 4 (The Emperor/Aries/Fire): Take charge of yourself; move forward with confidence.
The Emperor of the Tarot represents absolute authority as he sits confidently upon a throne. He also symbolizes an expression of male energy. Most men innately have a drive to take action to get or win what they … [read more]