Tarot Card(s) of the Week: Multiple

The boys were gone this weekend so I some time to myself. I always look forward to time alone but as soon as they are gone, I miss them. Children have the best energy/vibe – it’s pure. When they’re not around, something in me shifts.

Since I did have more time to focus on pulling a card, I decided slow down my morning and enjoy the ritual. As I waited for the water to boil for my pour over coffee, I smudged my room, the boys’ room, and my sets of tarot cards.

You think someone is lying. They are.?Listen?to?your?gut?instinct.?Plain?and?simple.?If?you?know?something?doesn’t?feel?right,?it?probably?isn’t.

Magic is immediate. When you find the magic, follow it. It will help deter you from what is not serving you .

The next two cards were not a surprise to me when I pulled them. This was a bit of an off-week, having a bit of a pity party and focusing on what I could have down differently in the past life.

Eight of Swords. Basically I am trapping myself into a being a victim and I need to figure out why I’m here. (Answer: I have my damn self here)

Seven of Cups.  Time to get my heads out of the clouds and get grounded.

Here are a few things I plan to do to balance the fire:

Journal ? I will continue to spend 5-10 minutes a day doing a complete brain dump.

Meditation ? still shooting for 5-10 minutes

Running ? My knee has not been my friend this week so the motivation to run was gone. I still got it in a few days but not consistently.

Yoga- Lots of standing poses (Tadasana/Mountain is a good one) and slowing down my flow for it to be more restorative/relaxing.

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Living in Columbia, South Carolina and using this blog as my space to share a little insight into my life in what I’m making on the sewing machine, knitting needles, crochet hooks, in the kitchen, and elsewhere.

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