The cotd for Tuesday, June 18, 2013 comes from the Inner Realms Tarot by Saleire.
From the companion booklet: “Happy times are ahead of you. You are remembering the past, times when things were simple and joy was abundant. Remember these times and enjoy the fact that something from the past is returning into your life. It could b e an old friend, or a family member you have not seen in ages, or it could just be that you are remembering how happy you were, when you trusted like a child and saw each day as a new opportunity to laugh and play.
Oracle Guidance for week beginning Sunday, June 16, 2013 comes from The Maori Oracle by P.A. Minnell.
“Reaping What We Sow”
Ko – (pronounced caw) Digging Stick. Meaning: Abundance will be yours with time and hard work.
This week may be a time for harvest and abundance in that harvest, but as rewarding as that is don’t forget to turn right around and replant for future harvests. It’s a cycle that must be repeated time and again if we want to insure we continue to reap the rewards from all our hard work and effort.
The cotd for Thursday, June 13, 2013 comes from the Tarot Lovers’ Tarot by Karyn Easton.
“The Endless Possibility”
Keywords: Dreams coming true, past efforts, worthwhile decision making, travel, growth. Dreams that turn into reality through circumstance and being in the right place at the right time. Plans and ventures that are moving ahead.
The cotd for Thursday, June 6, 2013 comes from the Tarot Lovers’ Tarot by Karyn Easton.
“Get up and Go or Got up and Went”
Keywords: Forging a career possibly in acting, drama, or leadership, a fun-loving woman, a woman of Leo Temperament. A very generous, capable, and fair person, especially in her dealings with people. She enjoys social ease due to her charm and is protective towards those in her circle. The card may also indicate the success of a project.
The cotd for Wednesday, June 5, 2013 comes from the Tarot Lovers’ Tarot by Karyn Easton.
“Offense ‘vs Defense”
sub-title: "Go Team! Go!"
Keywords: Rising to the challenge, overcoming obstacles, being in charge of one’s inner emotions, self control, courage. The virtue of fortitude.