In metaphysics and spiritual thought, we often think about “healing” in a holistic way. Our understanding is that the body, mind and spirit are closely related to one another. Therefore, problems in one area can manifest in another quite easily. The good news is the same is true for healing.
The need to heal is part of being human. It is impossible avoid hurt – we all sustain damage at some point.
Through the process of seeking healing of body, mind and spirit, we have the opportunity not only to become healthier, but to learn and grow, and to release and forgive the things that have hurt us.
As much as we all need healing, we are all healers, of ourselves, each other and our planet. Each of us has the ability to make a difference for others, and to bring healing to those who need it.
This week on my personal blog, Tarot Trends, I wrote about a phenomenon I’ve noticed in my own tarot practice. Cards that typically indicate people do not always indicate gender. How does gender show up in a tarot reading? Read “Gendering Tarot” and see what you think!
On my Tarot Topics Community Blog I answered another question about tarot with a video and blog post. This time the question is about using oracles in tarot readings.
On my Dark Forest blog, I wrote about a new exercise class I’ve been attending and enjoying. Read “Rolling the Panda.”
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At Christiana’s Psychic Café you will enjoy meaningful conversations between interesting people.
Last Sunday, July 6th, we enjoyed an encore presentation of our show featuring The Muse Charmer, Mary Wilson of Jupiter Gardens Press.
Mary is the editor and publisher of both my tarot books. Mary’s work involves not only writing, editing and publishing, but also helping each writer find their own authentic voice.
If you are a writer, or aspiring writer, you definitely want to hear what Mary has to say about finding your muse!
This coming Sunday, July 13th, we will feature a brand-new episode of Christiana’s Psychic Café. My guest will be writer, artist and tarotist Douglas Thornsjo. Doug has created, and is currently crowdfunding, a new tarot deck, the “Tarot of the Zirkus Magi.”
Make sure you join us as we explore the circus theme as a tarot archetype, and discover the journey that has given birth to an unusual new tarot deck.
On a more spiritual level, the Chariot is about knowing your will and mastering your skills.
This week, the Chariot asks you to think about where you want to go. That could be about choosing a literal destination for travel, but it could also be about setting goals for your life.
The Chariot reminds you that you are master of your own destiny.
The Chariot gives us a clue about the best way to move forward. The steeds that pull the Chariot are opposites, pulling in union. By combining opposing forces for a common purpose we are able to achieve our goals.
This week, take the opportunity to go on a trip, make a plan or set a goal.
Christiana has been a full-time tarot professional for more than twenty years, and is the author of two books about tarot. In 2008, Christiana was granted the title of Tarot Grandmaster by the Tarot Certification Board of America. Christiana provides readings by phone, Skype, and in her office in Lutz, Florida.