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January 2018

Aquarius

Aquarius

Egyptian culture. The Nile god named Hapi was loved, respected and most waited god in Egypt. Life depended on him because it was he who brought inundations with him. The water arrived and everything was good: there was harvest, earth was again full of power and life. He was depicted as a bearded man with enlarged breasts and belly to stress his fertility function. His body was green to show the connection to Nile inhabitants and plants. The most common icon was a man holding an amphora or other vessel from which he poured water on the ground. Annual floods of the great River were considered the gift of Hapi. He can be named the first god who was slightly scientific and corresponding to Aquarius innovative nature: to predict the level of the floods the priests were using their invention of measurement, nilometer. Though the god didn’t have separate temple or cult he was honoured everywhere. Always flowing, always in motion, as running river. The long and full of admiration hymn to Hapi, the Nile contains such words. “No one knows the place he's in, his cavern is not found in books.
He has no shrines, no portions, no service of his choice;
But youths, his children, hail him, one greets him like a king.
Lawful, timely, he comes forth, filling Egypt, South and North;
As one drinks, all eyes are on him, Who makes his bounty overflow…” Ancient Greece. In Greece there is also the image of the deity who can be referred to Aquarius sign. Zeus and Hera gave birth to Hebe, who was eternally young maiden and was responsible for nectar. Her images are always of the young and gracious tender youth holding a jar on her shoulder or leaning it over a cup to fill. In the mount Olympus she served the guests with nectar until her marriage with Hercules who received the right to be among the gods after his death. She was worshipped by those who were obsessed by remaining young and healthy as she was believed to be able to grant with regeneration functions and restore the body from diseases. She was replaced by another youth, this time male one – Hanimed, whose beauty caused Zeus’ passion. The supreme god decided to bring him to Olympus and make his new cupbearer. Tarot Arcana. Seventeenth Arcana The Star which key word is hope, relates to the sign of future-oriented Aquarius. The brightest star seems to be the main image on the card. It is bold and confident and even a bit overwhelming. Perhaps this shows the best of Aquarius nature – brave following higher ideals, aspiration to explorations and new discoveries, inventions and innovations. Being the navigating instrument throughout centuries the star calls to adventures but those with purpose. Stars are believed to be the dwelling of other worlds and thus point us to expand our communication further into different unknown realms. In medieval times it was new lands which attracted people but today it is new spheres of human mind and possibilities of human brain and sense which can serve a vast territory for explorations. Don’t be afraid to show your enthusiasm and knowledge, let it be like the star on the card: the brighter it shines, the more areas it illuminates. The night on the card seems really bright. The girl on the card looks concentrated and focused. Though it is not so clear for a viewer to distinguish what she does but she is confident and seems very determined to accomplish her task. Be life-bringer and refresher as ancient Hapi, keep yourself always in motion, young and health as Hebe, the holder of sacred healing nectar; and don’t forget to share your knowledge and insights as the girl from The Star so that your shining energy will allure others to follow. I hope my short suggestion will help you to invent your own way of opening the potential energy of your signs.

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

December 2017

New Year Eve

New Year Eve

The marking of a New Year can bring about great changes in our life if we desire. I am not just speaking about the many typical body-changing themes we hear this time of year, but radically changing the way we approach life, our work, our families, our loves which all can be re-charged or changed by choosing to apply the you in all of life’s equations. This is a marvelous time of year to take stock of our past, leave it behind so we can have a fresh start. This week I gave a Tarot card reading to one of my regular clients, a lovely lady who I have read for many times before and her reading reminds me that all of us can apply what she learned through her general reading; opportunities for not only a fresh start but a fresh perspective in our outlook for the future. She, like many of us, was trying to basis her future outlook on her previous experiences and when we dug dipper into the meaning of some of her cards, we realised her past fears and insecurities were driving her decisions to remain in her current situation, even though the cards and more importantly her heart and spirit were screaming for change. It can be hard to separate what our true desires are from our anxieties. This is human but we are spiritual beings too and our heart needs to be feed as much as our fears. This was the message of her final outlook card in her reading, The Fool. The Fool, like Aries who starts the zodiac, is a fun loving adventuring seeking fellow who begins the Major Arcana cards and the journey of the Tarot. It is the voyage of life and all of us must make it! Having The Fool in a Tarot reading is a sure sign you are ready to start a new journey! The Fools joyful spirit reminds you – you have this spark within you as well – and I would bet you want to encounter this old friend again. You feel him tugging at you as to say “Come out and play”. And your playground is the world of creation, imagination and inspiration. And do not underestimate the importance of excitement, fun and an overall youthful disposition in selling an idea. There are many people who welcome and embrace a new concept because it starts with the output of this energy. What is also so great about our guy The Fool is he applies a youthful approach to our overall life. This spring-in-our-step feeling has probably been missing for far too long for many of us and he is here to tell you it is time to start anew. He has a gift for you too! Remembering a different time in our life when we were younger and naïve – we ran towards life, not knowing any better. It was fun, exhilarating and scary in a good way because it was all new. This same energy is available to us again through an encounter with The Fool. Traveling through the journey of the life is never easy because we encounter people and situations that help us develop our individual identity and thoughts – at times this can cause upset and conflict with others and ourselves – leaving us emotionally, mentally and spiritually drained, and unsure of our next moves. We also may have played a role in delaying our next moves because we did not want to look at people and situations as they truly are for fear of hurting another or ourselves. You may even be feeling paralyzed from your indecision. Even when we feel like we have nothing to contribute, too exhausted to try any longer - The beauty of The Fool kicks in for our benefit and the New Year is the perfect time to start your personal count down to the next phase of your life. Our New Year’s mission should ensure you are not missing new opportunities that may be presenting themselves to you because you may feel too tired and overwhelmed to try something new – but you must! That is the point of The Fool. Getting out of our rut and applying our energy to new growth in our lives. This cards purpose is to have you emerge as a more confident you and this happens because you start to believe in your own spirit, ideals and intelligence. It is through these types of encounters that make us stronger in our individual spirit and intellect. So remember who you are this New Year’s, what you have accomplished and where you can go! Wishes for a Happy New Year and New Starts!

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

Capricorn

Capricorn

Egyptian culture. Capricorn might be the most unlucky sign concerning its reputation. Due to the nature of its animal symbol it became a true scapegoat of the Zodiac. A historical introspective look can allay the sick foam of prejudices around Capricorn. In Egypt the god who was depicted as a goat-headed man was called Ba-Neb-Djedet or the “soul of city of Djed” (more famous as Mendes). The city was located in Delta that’s why the local god wasn’t that authoritative as Thebes or capital Memphis deities. But here the goat was respected no less than sacred bull Apis. The name of the deity, Ba, contains the key essence of his nature in fact making him not a god but a spirit as Ba means “spirit”. Banebdjedet was the soul of Ra, Osiris, Shu and Geb who represent the four Elements of Nature. Mythology states his spouse was called Hathemyt, the river deity which explains the connection of grounded Capricorn to his other astrological name “seagoat”. As Sagittarius-Neith, Capricorn-Banebdjedet played a crucial role in Horus-Seth battle. When asked to whom should the power belong he delegated the voice to Neith but later on questioned her decisions thus deserving reputation of manipulator. He inclined more to grant authority to Seth as the older thus revealing his dedication to force, power and practicality instead of the principles of justice and natural revenge embodied in young Horus. He was a form in which the pharaoh Ramses transformed himself to give birth and this legend made this deity linked to the natural and earthy processes like reproduction. Sexual life which by Egyptians was perceived as quiet natural and even welcomed was his domain. He was also invoked in the rituals of protection which related more to revenge sent to the enemies. Ancient Greece. In Greece Capricorn is presented by the most unrestrained creature – the wild deity of the woods, horned Pan who also possesses two-part body. His lower part is one of goat whose hoofed legs provides him with an incredible speed and the upper torso is human but covered with so much hair that hardly can be called “human”. His bearded face is always in motion: either he gorges and guzzles, or roars with laughter. It is said he frightened his mother upon birth and entertained everybody in Olympus where was brought by his farther Mercury. Name Pan means “All” which reflects his universality; but also his name is the root part of the word “panic” – totally unrealized state of mind usually potentially dangerous and destructive. The Olympus merry fellow Dionysus admired him so much that accepted into his court and since that time Pan is associated with drinking orgies of the vine god. During the day he is hunting and plays his music in the company with nymphs. He likes to make jokes on lost travelers and usually follows his sexual arouse as it happened with the nymph Syrinx. Dedicated to chastity she avoided lusty Pan and finally transformed into the reeds. Being sure he pursued his beloved the god still held the reeds in his hands and was sighing desperately. The sweet and charming sound coming from the plants motivated Pan to create a musical instrument so that the maid would stay with him forever. Even in the form of Syrinx. With the Christian spread with its concentration on spiritual and mental realities deities which embodied the wild instincts of nature were put to exile and considered dark, dangerous and demonic. But it is just their pure natural openness and simplicity that makes our rational consciousness of modern educated man dash aside from them and deny their presence in human psyche. Tarot Arcana. In Tarot evil Devil corresponds to Capricorn. The first thing which is good to do in my opinion is to look straight at the Devil. Of course he is not that beautiful and pleasant as Justice, Angels and Emperor but he makes himself noticeable. Yes, he is what we avoid looking at and avoid meeting. But he does exist. Presenting pure and disgusting reality, all these excesses which are so common in our life he reminds us: “Look how you do look like”. Moreover he seems pleased, confident and indeed you feel how all your brilliant efforts and power are pure illusion and you just have met someone’s else interests bringing yourself down to a position of chained servant. Devil is a perfect figure to humble us, to move away abruptly from our pedestal we so proudly put ourselves. It is possible to suggest that Templars who were blamed of putting Devil image into their temples did this deliberately not to forget about inevitable trap that wait for everybody who is too submissive to own demons of money, power and lust. Pay attention to chains which symbolize a real dependence, slavery within material bounds. They seem to be not that tight but even… comfortable. Also the heads of the chained couple are just at the same level Devil’s genitals which shows how mental and higher conscious are submit to lower chakras of sex and reproduction, simply animal instincts. When you feel too much obligations, too many responsibilities, if there are too many “musts” in your life, check if you do not turn into a chained slave of someone’s expectations. Add more carelessness and fun to your gloomy moods, accept natural rhythms of life around and enjoy your body and instincts. And agree with some disorder in your life to gain peace with your natural part and forget at least for a while about the struggle and material needs. I hope my short suggestion will help you to invent your own way of opening the potential energy of your signs.

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

November 2017

Colours

Colours

Colour is something we get used to and rarely pay attention to, meanwhile it is one of the most powerful instruments given to us by nature. It can balance the storm within our heart and mind, or charge with the additional energy in case we are weak or beat by the disease. Colour therapy becomes more and more popular in psychology practical treatment but we have to remember that our daily life is also full of sounds and colours, which inevitably bombard our hearing and vision. And if the audio information we sometimes critically assess, colours remain a forgotten realm, though they also speak to us, and we are capable of many things if only we would learn about their language. The symbolic meanings of the colours which are used in healing have their roots in nature. Golden Sun promises comfort and brightness, dark night frightens with her hidden secrets, turquoise sea calms pain and stress, and silver moon crystallizes and purifies the spiritual life.To enhance your visualization and establish a strong connection, think in colours. There are so many metaphors in common daily speech and literature, that they can give fast and exact tuning onto the specific issue you worry about. For example, being green with envy links the colour to health and emotion, being in the red turns the thinking towards banks and critical survival issues, perceiving the world from the pink glass perspective associates with romanticism and love, and blue through being a description for depression is opposite to desired activity and strength. There are histories behind and often the meanings are contradictive, but the secret is to find your own meaning and create a personal dialogue with the colour in order to be in the flow and train your mind entering several colourful pools around at your disposal. Each colour is unique and has different features to be used for human body. Purification and spiritual power is ascribed to white colour, sacred in many cultures. Golden and its preference signifies independence, royal intentions, and strong leadership talents, it normalizes breath, pulse, providing with vividness and excitement. Blue and indigo colour allows developing sense for beauty and mystical revelations, music and arts talents, calms the nervous system and heals respiratory illnesses. The general rule is to refer the colours with the chakra zones and nature of the disease: never use red in inflammation, or orange for pressure, or don’t apply cold colours to depressive or apathy states. Always consider the doctor’s diagnosis and advice to decide what colour is best to facilitate the treatment course. Channeling the focused beam of certain colour onto and into a specific zone or organ may influence as reducing, balancing, maintaining the functioning of the entire group of related part and cells. Your mind serves as a tool which applies a healing energy, like lazer illumination does in medicine. The only nuance is time, colour healing needs regularity and discipline but will reward you with health and harmony. Not only visualizing works, it is possible also to charge water with the colour, just by putting a glass with water on a colourful surface, and after half an hour the magic liquid is ready. You may drink it or use in kinds of compress treatment. For healing we may use a single or a combination of different tones but the main thing is to rely on your own feelings and gut reactions. We all have colours we like or dislike, but at times attraction or aversion is exceptionally strong. Notice if you like it and if the colour causes pleasant associations. Another strong sign you are connected to the colour is its perception as live vibration: if you feel it as if radiating some “unhearable” sound, then it is definitely the colour you need at the moment. Plato calls colour the flame, which “flows forth from the bodies of all sorts”, and this ancient perception of colour helps to realize with mind and see with the inner vision our body as a lantern or light generator. This simple thought will help to stay attuned to the variety of tones and energies which fill the space around us and just wait for our conscious call to be connected. The clothes’ colours of the ancient priestesses of the Goddess Vesta were white, symbolizing the reflection of the deity’s fire power in its visible mundane form of whiteness, and its pure intense energy. We are the lanterns of our inner light, and our favourite colours and preferences reflect the state of our auras and overall colour range. It is also told that the colour of the eyes can be a criteria for defining your aura main tone. Blue-eyes people tend to dive deep into their own world, while the green-eyed are creative, vivid and practical and those with the brown eyes contain the power of the Earth. In healing practice with colour involvement everything matters: the colour of the food we consume, clothes we wear, things we use and interior around us. The range of colours of the design is usually not noticeable yet creates the general atmosphere of warmth or coolness, seriousness or relaxation, peace or worries. Check carefully the tone of your walls, pictures and the overall prevalence of deep and light colours of the ceiling, walls, and furniture, and change or add whatever your soul needs. Surround your life with the colours and their incredible diversity: wear bright clothes, combine the office suits with contrast accessories, choose the food relevant to the nutrition diet, look at and touch colourful things, feel and enjoy the music of the gamma.

Article By Justine

Written By Justine ( Tarot Reader | Personal Acana | Destiny Acana )

Sagittarius

Sagittarius

Egyptian culture. Neith, the ancient goddess of Sais is the most relevant correspondence to passionate and creative Sagittarius. Her symbol was the shield with two crossed arrows. She was responsible for guarding the warriors in the field battle and eased their transition to underworlds in case of death. Weapon appearance is considered to be her invention. Indeed Neith possessed masculine features of creation, braveness and fierce movement toward goal. One of her images was her hieroglyphic name which in translation means “limitless and endless sky”. Her freedom and passions made her the true opener of the ways, provider of fresh impressions and opportunities. She is so ancient that her origins are told to belong to Lybia, the land of hunters and warriors which actually also reflects Sagittarius’ drive for far journey and foreign countries. Her sphere of activities was not that wide as Sekhmet or Isis yet she occupied an important place and earned respect among ancients. She however played a decisive role in battle of Horus and Seth, having determined the winner. There was also a huge festival dedicated in her honor, the Feast of Lights when thousands of lamps were burned to invocate her spirit and blessings. Ancient Greece. In Greek myths Sagittarius is connected to one of the most prominent and famous figure – the Centaur Chiron. Half-horse and half-man, the creature was the greatest teacher. He owes his appearance to his divine father Saturn who took a form of a horse to lay with her mother, daughter of Oceanus. Being the child of two powerful and first-generation deities Chiron possessed immortality and also plenty of talents and crafts. Instead of this he wasn’t arrogant and modestly and led his solitary life in the Mount Pelion. Being a great hunter, having knowledge in music, fortune-telling practices and medicine he shared his wisdom humans as well as heroes and gods. Dioscuries, strong Hercules, adventurous Jason, warrior Achilles, - all were consulting Chiron and learning from his wisdom and skills. Unfortunately he died due to carelessness to one of his best students – Hercules. During his pursuit of Erymanthian boar the hero involved himself into the brawl with other wild centaurs which led to tragedy. Chiron arrived to stop the fight but Hercules reflective strike was swift: the arrow struck the noble Centaur. Even the healing skills couldn’t help as the arrow was steeped into the poison of Hydra and thus was bringing sure death. Suffering from unbearable pain, Chiron refused from his immortality. This decision helped to close up one more dramatic round in the history. There was Prometheus punished severely by Zeus. The prophecy was that it would continue until someone of own free will agreed to die instead. Chiron did it with relief and Hercules rescued Prometheus. Jupiter decided to commemorate Chiron and granted him with the place in the sky where he turned into Sagittarius and still shows direction to everyone who is ready to follow him. Unlike this outstanding personality most centaurs were wild and boorish beasts who occupied themselves with hunting and bulling, drinking and eating. Their savagery symbolizes human submitting to wild passions and uncontrolled instincts. Tarot Arcana. In Tarot there is a fourteenth Arcana Temperance which is linked to the sign of Sagittarius. Holding two cups in his hands the Angelic figure clearly points on the duality present in this sign. But unlike equality of two of cups here we see that one is above the other. Perhaps reflecting Sagittarius nature: left hand cup (logic and reason of human trunk) is above the right-hand vessel (intuitive and feelings of horse body). And again what is exclusive is that we also see the inseparable link – the stream of liquid which connects two cups. There is a channel between rational and irrational parts and no one can exist without another. If reason is denied or instincts are suppressed the man becomes deprived of harmonious interaction and nurturing energy currents. Then the message of the card contains more than simply restriction of excesses. There is a call to balance wild deep irrational impulses with the higher wisdom of the heart, turn and transform unconsciousness drives into consciousness creative force. Be fearless and invulnerable as Neith, teach and coach heroes around you, control your wild instincts, find an alchemical and dynamic balance in everyday life and remain true inspiration of Zodiac. I hope my short suggestions will help you to invent your own way of opening the potential energy of your signs.

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

Is Now The Right Time

Is Now The Right Time

The High Priestess is the guardian of the unconscious. She is associated with the Moon. The moon under her left foot shows her dominion over intuition. The palm indicates fertility of the mind and the cube on which she sits is the earth. The presence of the High Priestess in a reading usually tells me that the person may have been rushing about and overdoing things in the past, and this may have left him/her feeling overwhelmed. It is possible for this card to appear when someone have been doing some things because they don’t want to think of themselves as a person who can’t achieve what others may have. This card warns the person that it is important to balance their achievements with some quiet time. It is important for the querent to get some time aside to reflect about their past mistakes and to listen to her/his intuition. The querent needs to focus on doing the right thing without any rush. The High Priestess tells me about a need for calmness in the querent’s life. She is a card that don’t speak, only listens. She asks people to gain knowledge before they act, she clearly comes to a reading to instruct the querent to observe and only make a move when they know what is going on. She’s one of the rare cards in the deck that can tell you that contradiction is an acceptable answer at the present moment. The High Priestess is wise and she knows that sometimes it is better to let events proceed and watch the outcome, because when the time is right, the querent will know what to do. She reminds the querent to stay true to what they believe to be right, because things can take a while to become clear. Most times she’s trying to say that the querent shouldn’t be approaching the situation in a yes or no manner, she is trying to point to the fact that first, the querent needs to seek understanding, because some things are hidden from view at this pointing time. This card asks the querent to understand the balance necessary to get what they want out of life. She is the mystery of the mother, of the moon and of life. The High Priestess is a guiding card, telling us that right now we are on a path of enlightenment. She also tells the querent that If she/he only concentrates on filling their life with things to do, regardless of the consequences, they will miss out on great things. The querent may not feel completely in control at this time, and may be allowing another person to make decisions for him/her, or they may not be listening to their intuition to decide what is best for their own life. It is important for the querent to know that sometimes she/he needs to relax and accept that they are not in charge of everything that happens to her/him. If they show determination and self discipline, they will soon be able to see things clearer, and they will be rewarded with a period of peace, knowing that their main battles are won. The High Priestess asks the querent to be aware of their dreams and intuition. She tells the querent to search for areas in his/her life that may be out of balance or that require greater wisdom. She may be pointing to a change that may be coming from inside ourselves or outside influences. A small change that could lead to a big transformation. She represents the unknown, and her energy in a reading may be indicating that things that once seemed secure in the querent’s life, are not certain anymore. Clarity can only be reached with patience and knowledge. Even in times of major chaos and turmoil, she asks us to understand that it is part of a necessary process, and after the dust settles, the gift will reveal itself. It is a card that also asks us to focus on ourselves, so the querent needs to review things before they act on what is important in his/her life. If the querent have patience and become more in touch with their subconscious mind, the truth will be revealed like a sun rising over the horizon.

Article By Claudia

Written By Claudia ( Tarot Reader | Counsellor | Email Reader )

October 2017

The Hermit

The Hermit

We all may practice the occult in some way every day. If you meditate, practice yoga, read your daily astrology, even birthday wishes have their roots in practices others consider the occult. Even today, some religious organizations list astrology as an occult no-no. I remember, even as short as 25 years ago, I received the same odd looks when I told others I loved and believed in astrology as I do today with Tarot. Now, almost all papers and magazines have an astrology column. Interesting, how time can change our attitude from one of fear to acceptance. The Tarot cards themselves speak of this universal change in the card of The Hermit. The Hermit teaches us God's truths. He holds a lantern of bright light to show us the path to achieve his experience of the divine that is held within each of us. Through these deep connections we have developed our own internal religion. This fire fuels the light of the Hermit's lantern. In some of the ancient decks, The Hermit hides his lantern beneath his over cloak, cautious to share his knowledge because others perceive this information to have origins in the occult. And as time does, in modern decks, The Hermit proudly holds his lantern out and forward for others to follow so they can learn and share the powerful reassurance of faith in God and ourselves. If you want a real eye-opener in regards to the meaning of the word occult, do a Goggle search. How did the Latin word occultus meaning hidden secret jump to its association with black magic and the devil. Yikes! That is spooky! There may be several answers to this question. The word occult is often used to describe the supernatural and the unexplained. These two words alone can scare most people but when you include the word occult in a sentence with either of those words; people will run to hide. When abilities or practices bear the occult, supernatural or unexplained label, they go against what science and religion want us to believe is possible. And scientists and religious organization can be great marketers! Science and religion can collaborate in delivering their definition of the word occult to mutual benefit. As a Virgo I am a lover of the woods, water, all earthly beings and feel comfortable in this world. When I first learned the word Pagan meant 'Country Dweller' I thought this makes sense and maybe why I feel a connection to this word. But as I dug deeper, I realized at one time Pagan meant a civilian who lived in a rural setting but was later shaped into a religious cult, with freighting images of earthly rituals. If you think the number 13 holds some 'bad luck' or the full moon brings out the crazy, you have been influenced by this marketing to convert a country folk who celebrated the full moon at times of harvest into wild animals causing evil and chaos. During this time, science was doing its thing to help this view point along by pushing the study and benefits of herbs into the world of evil and the unknown. Once again time is a helper. After centuries of living in the shadows an herbal approach is now enjoying resurgence as a means to deal with our body and mind ills.

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

Coping With Frustration.

Coping With Frustration.

Life can be unfair at times, and it can be filled with unforeseen contingencies. At some point, the experience of disappointment teaches us all to manage expectations more carefully. When we adjust our expectations, we are able to reduce the amount of frustration and negative emotions. We need to learn to never rush and never be disappointed that a situation isn’t going the way we expect. In order to avoid feeling frustrated, we need to understand that there are no random acts, there is always meaning to everything that happens in our lives, even if we do not see it. Life is a process, and it could be easier if we trust the process and go with the flow. All the things taking place in our lives may appear completely occasional at first, but in truth, there is an orchestrated, interlocking chain of events occurring. Prepare yourself for different outcomes, in order to stay emotionally and mentally healthy. There are many things that you can do to accept people and situations as they are, and increase your happiness. Your personal happiness is directly related to how we choose to respond to frustration. Ask yourself if your expectations are realistic, and avoid setting high expectations to yourself and others. Realising that you could change your perspective in order to improve our mental health, can change your life. We don’t know everything and it’s impossible to have the right answer to every question. If you find yourself being frustrated by someone else’s behaviour, remember that there’s a big difference between offering to help someone emotionally, and insisting on telling them what to do. Realise that imperfection is simply the nature of being part of the human species. Visualise different outcomes and embrace them. Focus on something concrete and achievable, and always strive for what really can be done, instead of things that are out of your control. Try to be a good listener and build strong, healthy relationships. Keep in mind that our perspectives tend to be shaped by our personal histories, experiences, culture, and a host of other factors. When you get frustrated with someone, try to consider the other person’s point of view and empathise with it, before forming your opinion. Always do your best to put yourself on the other person’s shoes to avoid making negative judgmental assumptions about someone else. Letting go of judgment requires daily practice, but can be very rewarding. We feel great when we learn to recognise and express your own feelings without putting others down. Being less judgmental ultimately will make you happier: the world is a better place when we were all accepting and loving of one another. Expect others to let you down, to make mistakes, and to disappoint you now and then, and keep in mind that you are going to disappoint others too. When you decide to let go of expectations you need to be compassionate with others and with yourself. Acceptance allows you to increase your self knowledge and reach a stage, where you can change and improve your relationships. It is important to: . Remind yourself that you are not able to make people act according to your expectations; . Work on communicating with others about your expectations; . Set realistic goals for yourself and others; . Avoid holding grudges and dwelling on your imperfections and others’ imperfections; Remember that when we are grateful about what is happening in our lives, we have less room to think about what isn’t happening.

Article By Claudia

Written By Claudia ( Tarot Reader | Counsellor | Email Reader )

September 2017

The Origins of Tarot

The Origins of Tarot

Most scholars say sometime during the 1400's Tarot cards were first produced, most likely as a card game which evolved by the 1700's into what some believed was a mystical connection between the reader, the cards and the symbols they held within each picture. Crossing all boundaries because of its pictorial nature and card game background, Tarot spread around the world and evolved even further into the many different card styles and interpretations of the Tarot we know today. It may sound funny, but as a Tarot reader I can feel this historical connection through the cards and find some of the most fascinating on-target readings come from the ancient interpretations of the cards meanings. Like older mentors, they give a historical context to some of the important symbolism held within the Tarot cards. The British Museum houses writings from 1377 by a German Monk who mentions Tarot cards in a disapproving manner. This is followed by a series of lectures against the woes of gambling by another German Monk in 1452 who includes Tarot cards in the mix. This is largely believed to have happened because of the symbolism readers took away from the cards and the threat that was perceived by such understanding. Astrology and the divination you can attach to the planets movement in the sky and how they correlate with our daily lives, is also attached to the Tarot cards. Often referenced in older Tarot books as the Bible of Astrology, the cards hold a representation of each astrology sign and solar system planet within its deck. Some readers refer to a time when the Tarot was called The Ancient Egyptian Tarot in relation to a discovery of Egyptian teachings laid out upon 78 tablets; which is the number of Tarot cards in a deck. The same style lessons, often told through story telling can be found in mythology and the Bible as well as cultures like the Pagans. And like these examples display in their schooling some life lessons are essential to our gaining emotional maturity and our overall growth in character. And they are usually not very easy encounters and why those who believe in ancient art forms such as Tarot, turn to the cards for guidance, insight and understanding. Core values Tarot looks to impart on the reader. Tarot is empowering and peaceful. Offering not only predictive outcomes, but most importantly a perspective of an overall situation - including how our own drives and motivations are in play. Tarot strives to bring the reader above fears, insecurities and doubts to a place of value, honor and respect for ourselves and others. This comes from an understanding of the good and ugly in any given situation - including ones we may have created and look to move from. The cards lessons speak to this power throughout the deck, especially through the control we apply to our thoughts, words and actions. Tarot tries to make you a better individual in spirit and behavior in its lessons. And when we experience this change, we are not only stronger but more meditative and at peace with life - and all she can throw at us.

Article By Beverley

Written By Beverley ( Psychic | Clairvoyant | Tarot Reader )

Moving Forward In Life.

Moving Forward In Life.

Do you ever feel like you are stuck? Maybe you’re stuck in a boring job that pays the bills, but doesn’t give you any joy. Maybe you’re stuck because you can’t make a decision about starting a new business, changing the focus of your current business, or doing something altogether different with your life than you have ever done before. Life is always throwing us surprises, our lives are part of this seasonal pattern of endings and beginnings. If you are looking for changes in life, you need to be sure of what you want. Your intention has to be clear and focused. The human mind is filled with desires, wishes, dreams, and memories, and there are many things that we can do in order to channel our emotions and move forward in life. It’s important to feel in control, and have confidence in your own abilities if you want to be successful. Before making any decision, you should ask yourself what you could do in order to feel more empowered, and find ways to listen to your intuition, so you can pay attention to your heart’s desires. If something isn’t making you happy or getting the results you wanted, instead of ditching it immediately, spend some time thinking about what would need to happen to make it work for you, and then, prioritise things in your life. Stop doing some of the least important things, the things that really don’t matter that much to you. Reconnect with your essence, and to identify your ideal self. Make a mental picture of who you would like to be, then, write down all your ideal traits. This is the first step to start living a life that is true to your values. Consider if you could be a better friend, a better sibling, a better child, a better parent and a better partner. It is very important to accept, and also love yourself. Value every part and aspect of yourself. Accepting yourself and your circumstances is important to your happiness, and contributes to your process of moving forward. Keep in mind that getting rid of what is unnecessary in your life is also important. Stop sweating the small stuff, and focus on your goals. When you have deep knowledge of who you are, and what you want to do with your life, you can count on it as a legitimate and necessary source of direction. When you are sure of the decisions you make, you are able to shift your focus from the problems that you are facing, and avoid worrying about the unknown. Getting out of your comfort zone may seem overwhelming and daunting, but if you give yourself a chance to wrap our head around what’s happening, and what you’ll need to do, you can block the source of unnecessary fear, and focus on a positive outcome. Choose to do what you feel is best for you. Listening to and acting on your instincts, combined with knowledge of your situation allows you the opportunity to move forward in life. Your intuition can help you to find the right path, but it takes patience, practice and a willingness for self-discovery. Your success is the result of making a number of smart choices, and it also comes from leaving your comfort zone. Find what you are passionate about: without passion, you're destined for failure. Trust that you hold all the answers. If you are confident in yourself, you automatically begin to feel safe, and you will be able to better cope with anxiety during a breaking point. Don't put yourself under pressure, and avoid setting high expectations: you have to know yourself well enough to know what you want, what you realistically can do, and make plans about how you will accomplish your goals. Prioritise your physical health and emotional wellbeing, and find ways to relax and focus on things you enjoy. You shouldn't give up if something feels difficult. Sometimes we know what we want to do, but we don’t know what to stop doing to get there. Ask yourself what you should do to accomplish your goals and what you are meant to do to be successful, so you will feel confident in your choices. Let go of your fears, fear can make you feel stuck forever, but faith can bring you many blessings.

Article By Claudia

Written By Claudia ( Tarot Reader | Counsellor | Email Reader )

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