Yes, yes. I am in a silly mood. Part of that is because I taught a class today (Sunday) which always revs me up. I love teaching.
We were working with Bonnie Cehovet’s Tarot, Birth Cards and You. It’s an excellent discussion of the concept of Birth Cards.
I asked Bonnie for some ideas on what to offer in this Meetup class. She was, as always, completely generous with her time and knowledge. I took her ideas and added a few of my own.
I encourage you to work with Bonnie’s book if you are interested in this concept.
For our class we determined our own birthcards (mine are pictured in the tattoo you see on this post–art work and tattoo by Dirk Mellot of Epiphany Tattoo, Aurora, Colorado). Then we did a brief guided meditation followed by activities that included writing an affirmation and doing a reading.
The spread we used was designed by me. I wanted to share it with you as well. Based on Bonnie’s book, I wanted to explore the concept of the theme as represented by the Birth Cards.
HOW CAN I MANIFEST MY LIFE’S THEME
Shuffle entire deck. Draw three cards.
1. How can I manifest the energy of this theme in my life?
2. What stands in my way?
3. What strengthens me on this journey?
We paired off and read for each other. So person A put their birth cards out and person B used their own deck to shuffle and draw and read for person A. It went very well. Our Meetup has folks who’ve read for 30 years and those who haven’t even bought their first Tarot deck. I love this mix of energy.
So for today’s journal prompt, even if you don’t know your own birth cards, let’s use this.
“How can I manifest my life’s theme?”
If you do use this spread, I’d love to know the results. If you want me to do this reading with you (including finding your birth cards and life’s them), book a half hour reading with me. I’d love to have a Tarot conversation with you.
Tattoo, picture by J. Mellott, all rights reserved
Seek joy, y’all. Pass it on.