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Retreating and Advancing

Over the past couple of years, I have had the immense privilege to go on several multi-day meditation retreats. I say it’s an immense privilege because it really is–I don’t have children, the flexibility of my schedule allows me to take the time off, and I have the funds to pay for it. 1,620 more words

Tarot

Reflections on The Four of Swords

I woke up this morning after experiencing the the most relaxing night of sleep I’d felt in many weeks—I actually slept for seven hours straight, when, as a rule, I don’t sleep more than two or three hours at a time before insomnia snaps me back, in an agitated state, to consciousness—and feeling newly invigorated and refreshed, I consulted the Tarot to see if there was any significance to this. 660 more words

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Card of the Day: Four of Swords (Reversed)

You may feel like you’re in need of some rest and relaxation; that daily life is catching up to you or an event has worn you out. 87 more words

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What does the Four of Swords mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Four of Swords:
Without some degree of contemplative silence, we aren’t living life, we’re just reacting to it. 98 more words

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The Daily Draw: Four of Swords

Well, this is a bit of a no brainer for me, no pun intended. There’s been a lot going on in my head lately. Not in a bad way, but most certainly in a busy way. 419 more words

Spirituality

Daily Draw: 4 of Swords (REV), The Volva

Happy Valentine’s Day, my dears, to those of you who celebrate it! And to those of you who don’t, Happy February 14th! May it be better than yesterday. 104 more words

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Aware and in Control

The sunrise this morning was a gorgeous deep orange-red. The Moon was hanging above the southern horizon highlighting the day’s beauty.

Today’s self-centered tarot card is from the Goddess Tarot Deck by Kris Weldherr. 109 more words

Self-centered Tarot