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Do Androids Dream?

My card for July is the Six of Pentacles reversed. You may be experiencing imbalance in your relationships, commitments, and money matters. Be mindful of how much you are giving, but make sure you are giving to yourself. A little self-care goes a long way. Kambaba stone to restore balance to the body and spirit [Read More]

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Swamp Witch

June’s tarot card was The Chariot reversed: a warning you are letting challenges and obstacles get in your way, preventing you from achieving what you set out to do. Refocus your energies on what IS in your control and examine what you can do to align your energy with your goals and follow through. Stromatolite [Read More]

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A Pirate’s Life For Me

May’s monthly tarot card was the Four of Pentacles reversed: The reversed Four of Pentacles can appear when you are re-evaluating what’s important to you, especially when it comes to money and wealth. You may be loosening your grip on the need to surround yourself with ‘things’, in favor of seeking out more love and [Read More]

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Sixteen

April was jam-packed and we had lots going on. But, before I delve into that, my April tarot card was the Queen of Cups reversed. The Queen of Cups reversed is about needing to draw your attention inwards and focus on your emotional well-being. This card suggests that you are emotionally drained because you have [Read More]

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Medusa

My March tarot card was the Knight of Pentacles reversed (again from the Anima Mundi tarot deck). The message for this month was: Do you need greater self-discipline and commitment to achieve your goals? Instead of trying new things or dreaming up more ideas, the reversed Knight of Pentacles encourages you to establish a schedule [Read More]

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Revisiting Memories

My February monthly marker shows my monthly tarot card, but this time I pulled it from my Anima Mundi tarot deck. The five of pentacles reversed suggests February is a month for letting go of limiting mindsets, the worry over not having “enough” or not being “enough”. To embrace the easing of difficult times and [Read More]