Who is pulling your strings?
Autumn Abundance….hello Autumn….my favourite season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.
Seasonal goodies…Whole Wheat Toasted Almond Pumpkin Muffins!…..these sound yummy!
I always knew writing a Journal was good for you
Have fun this weekend!……we could all learn a lot from this dog about how to enjoy life everyday.
The Six of Swords is a card about transitioning from a place of stress and worry to a calmer place where peace of mind can be restored.
Sometimes it can seem that we are trapped in a situation that we know is doing is no favours, but it can be scary and disorientating to move forward. Often we feel that it is “better the devil we know” even though if we are truly honest with ourselves we will…
The Sun! One of the most overwhelmingly positive and auspicious cards in the tarot deck.
Just one look at this card says it all really. The beautiful warm, radiant colours emanating from the centre speak of vibrancy and vitality. The little birds at each corner look as if they are soaring with the joy and exhilaration of freedom and spontaneity. All is well with the world. The Sun has most…
This is a beautiful card, depicted in The Wild Unknown Tarot as a pair of geese flying in harmony and unison towards a shared goal. Geese, like swans, are known to mate for life and so the symbolism of this card has a clear message of union, trust, partnership and a beautiful soul mate connection.
This is a relationship based on shared values, mutual attraction and desire, compromise and…
Today’s Daily Draw features another King or Father card; this time it is The Father of Wands.
The Wands are all about creativity, action and manifestation and as the Father expresses the strongest essence of this energy we would expect the person this card represents to display strong characteristics of a fiery, spontaneous risk taker.
This is a person who is extremely visionary and…
The Pentacles represent the physical and material aspects of life, so the Father of Pentacles is someone who has dominion over the material world and through hard work, discipline and a conscientious attitude is able to create wealth, security and stability. This person has reached the pinnacle of prosperity and affluence and consequently is now able to take pride in their achievements and enjoy…
The Devil Tarot Card! So many negative connotations and associations, but sometimes a bit of devilment is just what the doctor ordered.
In this card from The Wild Unknown the cloven hoofed goat seems to have a wicked glint in his eye as he dares us to succumb to temptation and lures us into his lair to partake of “naughty but nice” pleasures. I’m thinking here of small indulgences like rich,…
Today’s card is a pretty horrific little number! It reminds me of the “stuff of nightmares” with it’s discombobulated, wildly staring eyeballs, jawbone complete with razor like teeth and maggots crawling and wriggling everywhere.
I suppose it reminds me of my biggest fear…..death and oblivion. The all consuming, ever present spectre of knowing that each day lived takes me one day nearer the grave.
To me this card speaks of the horrible visions and scary “worst case scenarios” which my mind conjures up in the dark of the night, either in sleeping nightmares or waking terrors when insomnia strikes and the brain goes into overdrive. It is the horrible, unthinkable thoughts that plague me in an orgy of anxiety and worry. It is the “dark night of the soul” and the way that it always seems darkest before the dawn. It is the loneliness of the realisation that one day I will be gone from this planet, into the abyss of the unknown, all alone and without the people beloved to me. This, for me is truly a terrifying reality.