Kind of like overthinking taking a decision and you are just thinking of everything that could go wrong instead of focusing on the positive that "okay yeah I believe in myself and I will definitely somehow, and someway believe in this." And if that's the case then just begin with doing one thing over the other. Priority first. Or you can even start with the small things first. And then build up to the big things, the big projects. Like said with manifesting, it's about ticking off goals and lists that are filled with things that will add up and contribute towards your big goal because that's how manifesting works. Taking actions. Taking "inspired actions" and not just sitting there and saying it will come to me, it will just fall on my lap without me doing anything, meanwhile I was supposed to have been producing like 10 contents a day and like working on my videos and just going at it. Like yeah resting and flowing but the masculine, action energy.
I kind of want to scream a little bit. I screamed into my pillow earlier this morning. Working off the energy of the full moon, I did an intention setting/spell craft ritual. Then I pulled some tarot cards for the coming month. Let's just say that it was a manifestation ritual. And it made me... Continue Reading →
But there are also non-divinatory uses of tarot cards that has long been ignored. The cards can be very practical.
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.
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.
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.