The Power of Tarot
This week we’ll consult The Herbal Healing Deck by Sarah Baldwin. Sarah writes, “While the deck provides guidance for our lives, it’s also a catalyst for connecting with plants—a process which is inherently healing.” So at this midsummer point between two intense July eclipses, a little healing may be in order. Here is your weekly tarot reading!
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Day (Yarrow; Boundaries): “Taking a stand and setting healthy boundaries are often the most loving things you can do, not only for yourself but for the other person as well.” – Louise Hay. When Yarrow comes into your life, there is a recognition of your healing capacities. You have the natural ability to heal with herbs, or with your hands, as in massage or energy work. Consider your own energy field. Your weekly tarot reading asks you to notice any places where your life force leaks out, and where you are depleted.
Evening (Turmeric; Persistence): “Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts.” – Albert Einstein. This card is a signal to hold fast to your goals, according to your weekly tarot reading. Persistence now will conquer even the most daunting obstacles in time. Turmeric is used in Ayurveda to boost the Pitta (Fire) within us. This energy is the fiery power of our digestion and metabolism, ruled by the solar plexus. Therefore, call upon your passion, your deep desire to light up the world in your own unique way.
Day (Violet; Introspection): “Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”– Carl Jung. Violet comes to you now to encourage introspection and the use of good judgment and acumen, according to your weekly tarot reading. “Look before you leap” is a saying to keep in mind. Use discernment when sharing with others. In fact, Violet’s flower essence is used to alleviate shyness and help us open up to others. However, a sense of good timing is required, and care must be taken to open our hearts around the right people.
Evening (St. John’s Wort; Illumination): “God appears, and God is light to those poor souls who dwell in night; but does a human form display to those who dwell in realms of day.” – William Blake. Drawing St. John’s Wort indicates an illumination in your life. Areas that have been shrouded in darkness may now come to light, giving you the information needed to make changes. Trust your gut feeling because they will point you in the direction of your soul’s purpose and passions. This can certainly help you make long-term plans and commit to specific goals.
Day (Walnut; Letting Go): “Some changes look negative on the surface but you will soon realize that space is being created in your life for something new to emerge.” – Eckhart Tolle. The principle lesson of walnut is in letting go. The black walnut in herbal medicine provides relief from constipation and encourages the body to dispel parasites. Therefore, the appearance of this may indicate the need to purge. Examine places that have become blocked in your life, and seek to let them go, as in a decluttering or a cleanse.
Evening (Maple; Abundance): “What you seek is seeking you.” – Rumi. Drawing maple heralds a time of wealth within your life because maple carries with her an air of enjoyment and frivolity that comes with having more than you need. Maple also teaches the importance of gratitude in times of abundance. She asks you to acknowledge and thank Mother Earth for all of her offerings. Your weekly tarot reading reminds you to take care of the Earth so she will take care of you.
Day (Vitex; Self-Mastery): “In each moment the fire rages it will burn away a hundred veils, and carry you a thousand steps toward your goal.” – Rumi. When Vitex appears, you may experience a surge of energy that requires a greater level of self-control. The situation calls for discipline and self-mastery and it connects with the archetype of the hunter. The desire to hunt and/or the feeling of being hunted may come into play at this time.
Evening (Wood Betony; Grounding): “Get yourself grounded and you can navigate even the stormiest roads in peace.” – Steve Goodier. Drawing wood betony serves as a reminder to stay grounded, according to your weekly tarot reading. Herbalist Matthew Wood praises the plant as a superb solar plexus remedy, improving gut-level instincts and intuition. A strong solar plexus also provides self-esteem and willpower, which can protect us from unwanted influences of all kinds. It also has a history of use for protection against evil spirits.
Day (Devil’s Club; Reclaim Power): “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” – Alice Walker. Devil’s club deals with power as it operates within your life. Many of us are unconsciously afraid of our own power, so we treat it like a devil. As a projection of everything we fear, we attempt to run away from the devil. And yet, it’s important to understand that you always have the right to claim your power. Drawing devil’s club is a signal to assert your authority and set proper boundaries.
Evening (Dandelion; Manifestation): “It’s not your work to make anything happen. It’s your work to dream it and let it happen.” – Abraham/Hicks. Drawing dandelion signifies that you are on the right track toward accomplishing your goals. You are probably feeling very action-oriented, driven by the desire for success and achievement. Dandelion reminds us to balance action with pure intention, and intention alone can have powerful effects on manifesting our reality. The Law of Attraction tells us that what we focus upon, we bring into our lives.
Day (Moonflower; Death and Rebirth): “Don’t grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form.” – Rumi. Moonflower indicates a time of intense transformation within your life, according to your weekly tarot reading. This may involve a death of some kind—of a relationship, career, or a part of yourself. While this may be a time of upheaval, know that any death you experience now is necessary to make way for who you are becoming. The new is always present within the decay of the old.
Evening (Spilanthes; Decision): “Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson. When Spilanthes appears to you, the moment calls for a firm and decisive action. The time is ripe to make a decision, to take a stand, and commit to a position. This requires you to retrieve energy that has become scattered by too many projects, goals, or ideas. Your weekly tarot reading asks you to take a moment to digest your ideas about your own identity, as well as your soul’s purpose and true calling. Once you commit, prepare to defend your position with truth and honor. Stay true to yourself and your highest ideals.
Day (Burdock; Detoxify): “Retreat: a place and time for you to get reacquainted with you. The ebb in ebb and flow, a solitary sanctuary for renewal, a safe haven, a snug den, and a refuge.” – Corrie Wood. Burdock signals that it’s time to examine your life for all kinds of things you may be holding on to. Such attachments can be formed around people, possessions, and situations too. Therefore, it’s time to step back from people or situations that have been draining your energy. If possible, physically distance yourself from the toxic person, job, or place. It’s also a time to withdraw from overstimulation of all sorts. It’s time to simplify your life.
Evening (Goldenseal; Healing): “Remember, healing is an inside job.” –Sark, Succulent Wild Woman. Goldenseal means that it’s time to focus on your own healing, but be patient with yourself as you tend to your own needs. The flower essence of goldenseal can be used to release old patterns, situations, and energies that no longer serve us. It also helps us let go of feelings of victimhood, cutting energetic cords to those who have hurt us. We can then open ourselves to accept new energy into our lives, rather than repeating negative patterns.
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