Cotd for Friday, September 19, 2014 from The Druid Craft Tarot by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm. Illustrated by Will Worthington.
Eight of Cups: A relationship, work project or creative endeavour may have fulfilled its purpose, and it may now be time for you to move on. One of the hardest wisdoms of the heart to acquire is knowing when to leave a situation, to let go. Our natural tendency is to want to have, hold and keep – whether this relates to things, to people or to situations. Letting go, or moving on, can seem a rejection of the values we hold dear – of love, commitment and responsibility. But with experience, we discover that there is a season and a cycle to everything, and that something which served us at one time may now no longer do so. Stepping away, then, is not a rejection of one thing but an embracing of another. Letting go and moving on may not necessarily refer to any outer circumstance, bur rather to a feeling that the goals you have been working towards no longer satisfy you, and you now feel a yearning for something more meaningful. (pg. 81) Continue reading
Cotd for Thursday, September 18, 2014 from The Druid Craft Tarot by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm. Illustrated by Will Worthington.
Strength: The meeting of the wild and civilized selves. Drawing this card in a reading may indicate a generous and wise person in your life, or it may signify that you are entering into a deeper relationship with the forces of life and of Nature. Some spiritual and religious teachings tell us to shun these forces, but DruidCraft celebrates them, showing us how we can open our bodies and hearts to the energies that flow through the cosmos, which can heal, empower and enliven us. You will find the Wild Wisdom that sings in the depths of your soul. (pg. 126) Continue reading
Cotd for Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from The Druid Craft Tarot by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm. Illustrated by Will Worthington.
The Star: The calm and the healing power of water enters your life. It has never really been absent, but now you are open to an inner, deeper, spiritual understanding and experience of water – as held by the Ancients, who revered all manifestations of the Goddess as water. If you find this card in a reading it indicates bright prospects, and suggests you develop a calm, clear confidence in the future. Inner and outer are connected in perfect harmony. All you need to do is be. Intuition flows like a bright stream. (pg. 153-154)
Cotd for Tuesday, September 16, 2014 from The Druid Craft Tarot by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm. Illustrated by Will Worthington.
The Fool: A Journey of discovery. If you receive this card in a reading it signifies a sense of youthful optimism, and perhaps a new beginning. It encourages confidence, faith and courage as you face a new project or new phase in your life. It may even suggest that you should take a risk and try something new or unconventional. Trust in your inner knowing. Life is an adventure – a journey of discovery to be enjoyed. (pg. 102) Continue reading