I started this blog a month ago to help me explore further those things which still elude me and to give me a place to express how I am growing. Already it’s shown itself to be a place of vulnerabilty, honesty and truth – things I want to continue to reveal. Nobody can sit on a pedestal and I want to be very open in what I’m learning, the struggles, the joys and the realisations.
Recently through some challenging times I’ve been ‘given’ some new ideas, ways forward, opportunities – none of which were on the radar a month ago.
I feel my blog needs to create the sense of growth that I’m experiencing – up till now I notice the main word in my cloud is Perseverance. I’d like for that to be one of the words as it sure as hell is important and yet much more is too.
An area I’ve touched but not delved deeply into is the Tarot and my intention (please note intention!) is to start exploring the Major Arcana, one card at a time until I feel I’ve got some real understanding. I would like to invite anyone and everyone to come and join me in what I believe might be a rather different exploration.
I’ll be looking at the Tarot from the perspective of relationships, and obviously it will all be part of my own journey. I’m looking for criticism and feedback, opinions, clarity and help – and I’m also trusting what I find will be inspiration for others.
I’m already very curious about what I’m going to find out and it takes me all my time to pace myself. As a person, I’m naturally very spontaneous and quick – I’m changing that today. I intend to take as much time as is needed to pay attention to what is coming through. Some of the cards, I’m aware will be easier and quicker than others, yet I want to pay each and everyone the same attention.
I want to draw help from fairytales, metaphors, nursery rhymes, songs and nature – all the things which surround me and try to tell me what I’m missing. On Friday this week, I’m meeting up with Amy Palko who is helping me to drill down from only photographing the big picture and teaching me how to take photos macro style.
This is your invitation to join in and see what you see, feel what you feel and know what you know with each and every step … subscribe now by email or reader and join the party!