Non-divinatory Uses Of Tarot Cards: Embodiment Practice

But there are also non-divinatory uses of tarot cards that has long been ignored. The cards can be very practical.

Embodiment Practice For Those On The Autistic Spectrum

When we speak of embodiment in spirituality, we speak of taking on the personality of whoever or whatever personality we want. So you could embody the personality of a vixen, or the king of swords.

Our Shadow Aspects: What Is The Shadow?

The shadow is made to seem like an entity living inside of you. Like a different part of you that you have to integrate. But the shadow isn't any different from you. The shadow isn't a real, sentient being. The shadow is a collection of all the thoughts and feelings that you ignore and are ashamed of that exists within the ego. The ego being the unreal way we see the world.

On finding your purpose and personal legend

For a long time, I believed in purpose. Then I listened to voices outside myself that said that purpose was wishy washy and it could be anything I was currently doing. But while I still believe that, I have come to understand that we do have purposes. We don't have to spend our entire life worried about what our purpose is and if we will ever discover it.

What Is The Ego?

But the ego, and us aren't different. There is only us as our higher, divine selves, and the ego which is a collection of beliefs and perceptions, hurts, trauma and memories that has been inflicted upon us.

All Paths Lead To Happiness

All is innately the same. Not everyone has to believe in the same thing. Different paths can lead to happiness.

Planning Ahead To Letting Go

But the thing with planning for the next 3 years is that, everything changes. The world isn't static. Things might not work out exactly the way I want them to.

The Power Of Being In Sync With The Universe

An absolute point in time is like a mirror you bounce off on to push you into the life you're to lead.

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