Month: November 2016

New Moon Reading: Horse Medicine + Spiritual Activism

New Moon Reading: Horse Medicine + Spiritual Activism

It is said that when a horse appears in a dream—or in life, for that matter—it signifies power, endurance, and a wealth of energy to direct toward a chosen goal. In the Native American practice of animal medicine, the horse symbolizes a special kind of […]

Tarot Tuesday: Self-Care, Stillness + The Struggle

Tarot Tuesday: Self-Care, Stillness + The Struggle

A balanced life goes through cycles of exertion and work that are followed by retreat, rest and recovery. Particularly when the nervous system has become hyperactive in the wake of experiences like loss, rejection, or deep disappointment, it is even more necessary to shift all systems back to stillness. The […]

Tarot Tuesday: Awakening Through Integration of Extremes

Tarot Tuesday: Awakening Through Integration of Extremes

There is a misconception that as we advance on the spiritual path and enter into deeper realms of knowing that things should eventually start to become easier. There is an idea that as we gain skills and mastery, the load should feel lighter, the challenges […]

Tarot + Psychology: An Interview with Dr. Art Rosengarten

Tarot + Psychology: An Interview with Dr. Art Rosengarten

Tarot cards are said to have originated in mid-15th century Europe and were believed to have been used at that time to play games. Today, they are most associated with divination practices that provide insight into an issue or problem and as a tool to […]

November Reading: Tapping the Intuition

November Reading: Tapping the Intuition

The High Priestess is the flip side of hard data and scientific knowing. She represents unspoken, unwritten, and invisible truths that do not cease to exist simply because there are no words or numbers to adequately describe them. When she appears, the information we need […]