Archive | February 24, 2014

Catching Up

newday-wolfA Few Little Things Have Been Added

We’ve added a few new articles/pages to the blog today and you may have received some notifications about them. So we thought we’d toot our horn and let you know what we’ve been up to.

Back in late 2011 when Pagan Metaphysics 101 was published, we had a Media Kit for the book. The kit was for news outlets who wanted information, conducted reviews or wanted to have an interview for the book.

We would email the kit to those outlets and then they could do what they needed with them. I didn’t know we did that for everyone who contacted us. Wow! That’s a lot of emailing with some big attachments.

Today we sat down and put all that here on the blog. What’s the point of having a blog if it can’t work for you and make things easier.  So if you’ve seen some new posts (we back dated them by the way) in your reader or email, you know what we’ve been doing.

If you don’t follow the blog…..well, why don’t you? smiley-wink  You can “Follow Springwolf Reflections” by email and you’ll be notified of new posts/articles/etc.  Look for the sign-up section on the right sidebar under the image of the book.

In the meantime, we added a new page called Media Kits along with some pages and images to go along with it.

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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: King of Swords

King of Swords

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

You must be strong and vigilant to keep the peace. No one is going to follow a weak leader. Stop doubting yourself! You will open the door for others to manipulate your actions. Gather information from all sides and make sure you understand the full scope of the issue. Make your judgement with authority and confidence. Make it understood that if new information becomes available, you’re willing to look at the situation again. But your position is clear and final for now.

Additional Insight:

Being strong doesn’t mean always being at war. It means having the authority and control of self to govern fairly and with wisdom. It means not being afraid to find the other side of the story and making sure you see both sides of the argument. But most of all, it means knowing when to dictate terms of peace and when to go to war. And then not being afraid of the battle if it does come.

It also means being able to control your emotions and reactions. A good leader is not manipulated by anger or hurt feelings. They cannot allow even their closest advisers to manipulate their thoughts to implement doubts of any kind. Good or bad. Continue reading