Poetic Wisdom, Tarot & Numerology, Thoughts and Opinions

The Hermits

Picture the scene. A wide valley sits within and is completely surrounded by tall mountains. During spring, when the air is often clean and clear, and when the sunny days outnumber the rest, the valley is lush and green. Those who live in this valley love that time of year. Yes, the sun doesn’t rise… Continue reading The Hermits

inspiration, Poetic Wisdom, Tarot & Numerology

Courageous

We are now in the month of August (by one calendar) and 11 days (degrees) into Leo (via another). This month feels vastly different to me than those before it. I am feeling optimism, excitement, anticipation, and appreciation so much more. And I am also feeling inspired. Yesterday, I happened upon this quote by Nelson… Continue reading Courageous

Tarot & Numerology

Emperor’s Chair

About five or six weeks ago, an interesting inclination struck. I had woken early that day and put in a number of hours of work by 11:00 am. I was ready for a break when it hit. From seemingly out of nowhere, I felt the strongest urge to go to a yoga class. Seven years… Continue reading Emperor’s Chair

Astrology, Events, Horoscope, Tarot & Numerology

Weighing Love and Power

On July 18, 2013 in To Have and To Hold – The Moon in the Grand Sextile, I wrote: Obstacles are like logs in the river: they must be moved out of the way, but the effort needed is not large. Boy do I miss that vibe. Just like this summer in Texas, the rivers… Continue reading Weighing Love and Power

Channeled Message

Willingness and Intent

Dear One - We say to you - be easy with yourself. When you step into willingness, the world emerges around you. You have been like a germinated seed. On the outside, others saw naught but a rigid shell. On the inside, much was brewing. Through willingness, you have allowed the protective shell to crack.… Continue reading Willingness and Intent

Astrology, Tarot & Numerology

A Bolt of Lightning – A Thunderous Roar

One thing I love about living in Texas is that I have become reacquainted with the thunderstorm. I grew up in the Northeast, where we had some amazing displays in the summertime. However, the 20+ years in California took them more or less away from me. The climate was just too temperate for the thunderous… Continue reading A Bolt of Lightning – A Thunderous Roar