The card I picked for this week is from the deck Divine Guidance. It was gifted to me by a dear friend.


“Life is like a puzzle and we put the pieces together in a way that fits for us. Until now, your puzzle hasn’t seemed to fit together in a way that made sense. What seems out of harmony, will begin to feel balanced. Even though some things feel like they just won’t work, shifts and adjustments are happening now. Things will start falling into place.”




It’s Tarot Monday!
Every Monday, I pick a card for the people of the interweb.

The card I picked for this week is from the Motherpeace Tarot deck.

The 2 of Discs (Pentacles)

”The Two of Discs shows a woman nursing twins, and surrounded by a circle of a double headed snake with a long piece of film running constantly through the circle. Normally when you see a Two in the Tarot, a decision needs to be made between two or more things. In this card, the woman must juggle the tasks of feeding both her children at once. She needs help either from other people, or will need to learn to prioritize her time better to be able to complete all her responsibilities.

The crescent moon in the background shows her strength will soon be renewed, that her inner strength will grow, and also her ability to be recognized for her outer achievements. Twos are all about balance, how to find it, and how to restore it.”

Balance, adaptability, time management, prioritisation.

And from Biddy Tarot:

”This is a card of good time management and financial management, ensuring that your bills are paid on time, that you keep a record of all your appointments and daily commitments, etc. It may sound tedious having to focus your attention on these more mundane issues but this card reminds you that sometimes getting on top of your daily affairs is as important as pursuing your broader life goals.

Sometimes, the Two of Pentacles can indicate that there are problems and difficulties in the future. There may be obstacles erected which hinder the attainment of what you wish to pursue or obtain in life. The situation may cause undue worry and again, you will be required to juggle your priorities and manage your time effectively to stay on top of the situation.
Similarly, the Two of Pentacles predicts change.

You need to be able to cope with change, remaining flexible and adaptable in your approach. Rather than putting all your eggs in one basket, you may be better to keep two or more things going at once so you have the luxury of choice, should one option fall through. You must stay centred while you stay flexible and keep informed. Look for new possibilities, be open to change and go with the flow as best you can.”


It is already Monday! This means it’s: ‪#‎tarotmonday‬!
The card I picked is from the Osho Zen Tarot.


The figure on this card is being born anew, emerging from his earthbound roots and growing wings to fly into the unbounded. The geometric shapes around the body of the figure show the many dimensions of life simultaneously available to him. The square represents the physical, the manifest, the known. The circle represents the unmanifest, the spirit, pure space. And the triangle symbolizes the threefold nature of the universe: manifest, unmanifest, and the human being who contains both.
Now you are presented with an opportunity to see life in all its dimensions, from the depths to the heights. They exist together, and when we come to know from experience that the dark and the difficult are needed as much as the light and easy, then we begin to have a very different perspective on the world. By allowing all of life’s colors to penetrate us, we become more integrated.

Tarot Monday


It’s ‪#‎tarotmonday‬!

The card I picked to start the week is from the Celestial Tarot deck.

The Four of Cups: ~Serpens~

The Four of Cups is represented by the constellation Serpens, the heavenly serpent, which embodies the profound mysteries of healing. The Four of Cups suggests there are feelings needing to be confronted. Unattended feelings from the past feed suspicion and insecurity and without facing them they fester and become toxic. The Four of cups is the snake, the soul’s surrogate, offering us the homeopathic remedy to heal the wound we must acknowledge it.

This card represent a period of self-reflection and going within after a difficult situation. It also suggest to stay open to new possibility and at its worst, this can a represent a time when we are either aloof of too self-absorbed to seize opportunities that are being offered to us.

It is a time of meditation and soul searching.

Tarot Monday

It’s #tarotmonday!

The card I picked for this week is from the beautiful Motherpeace Tarot deck.

The Four of Wands: A time to pause for celebration after hard efforts.

The Four of Wands heralds celebration, good times, a happy and harmonious home environment and good news. In numerology, four symbolises stability and firm foundations, and in the case of the Four of Wands, heralds a period of happiness and stability.

This card indicates a sense of harmony and balance as well as completion, and thus symbolises a time of peace and joy in life that come as the result of often difficult and challenging effort.
The Four of Wands is one of the most positive cards in the Tarot deck and indicates general good fortune, satisfaction, and fulfilment.

The work can be put away for awhile, so that the biological and spiritual growth happening in your life can be acknowledged.
We can see a hummingbird flying overhead, blessing the girls with messages from the divine realms at this joyous celebration.


I decided to pick a card for the day for the people of the interweb.
Hope you can get some wisdom out of it.

From the Osho Zen Tarot Deck.

The woman in this picture is living in a gray landscape, full of unreal, cut-out clouds. Through the window frame she can see colors and light and aliveness, and although she would like to move through the frame–as we can see by the rainbow colors appearing in her garment–she can’t quite manage to do it. There is still too much ‘what-if?’ activity in her mind.

Tomorrow never comes, they say, but no matter how often it is said, it seems that most of us tend to forget the truth of it. In fact, the one and only result of postponing things is a dull and depressing feeling of incompletion and ‘stuck-ness’ today. The relief and expansiveness you will feel once you put aside all the dithering thoughts that are preventing you from acting now will make you wonder why you ever waited so long.

Postponement is simply stupid. Tomorrow you will also have to decide, so why not today? And do you think that tomorrow you will be wiser than today? Do you think that tomorrow you will be livelier than today? Do you think that tomorrow you will be younger than today, fresher than today?
Tomorrow you will be older, your courage will be less; tomorrow you will be more experienced, your cunningness will be more; tomorrow death will come closer–you will start wavering and being more afraid.

Never postpone for the tomorrow. And who knows? Tomorrow may come or may not come. If you have to decide you have to decide right now.

Dr. Vogel, the dentist, finished his examination on a pretty young patient. “Miss Baseman,” he said, “I’m afraid I’m going to have to pull out your wisdom teeth!”
“Oh, my!” exclaimed the girl. “I’d rather have a baby!” “Well,” said Dr. Vogel, “could you make up your mind so that I can adjust the chair?”
Make up your mind. Don’t go on postponing infinitely.