Archive | December 5, 2017

Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Queen of Swords – Inv

Queen of Swords - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Listen to your own tune amidst the struggle and strife around you. Everyone seems to be on edge today, so don’t add to the tension or worry. Search for your own space and surround yourself with the things you love. Your music will sooth the soul and the day will eventually come to a quiet end.


Additional Insight:

There maybe a lot of yelling, anger and animosity today. Like yesterday, there’s no reason to get involved. None of this concerns you and none of this is about you. So continue your effort to be the peaceful beacon that shines with hope. All this “in fighting” will come to an end. Maybe on a gradual scale, but it will come to an end.

The important message today is to make sure you don’t become baited into the fray. Others might try to unload their side of the story on you. That’s ok, if they came to you. Let them vent. But don’t let them drag you into the battle. You’re only hearing one side of that story and frankly you have no idea of knowing if that side is true, or only what they want to you hear. Continue reading

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Turn The Frown Upside Down

“Happy Wolf” – Photographer Unknown

Laughter Is The Best Medicine

In times of stress and anxiety it’s easy for people to become overwhelmed with their own emotions of fear or sadness. Worry may dominate your thoughts from morning to night. Fear can take hold and change your focus from what you want to accomplish in a day, to pulling in more fear and anxiety. It becomes a snowball that grows and grows until it seems to overwhelm everything in your life.

We all go through it. We all get caught up in the latest bad news. But sometimes it seems there’s nothing good to see anymore and everything is just getting worse and worse. It’s hard to break that cycle at times, and that’s when we need to ask for help. There’s nothing wrong with talking to someone about that downward spiral of emotions. Try to remember “that feelings are real but they aren’t reality” (Dan Harmon, 2017 – This is a great story reported in the Washington Post about author Dan Harmon’s twitter response to a fan. It’s really worth the read!) Continue reading