Happy full Aquarius Moon today...
This month is an exciting one as I was invited by the Deaf Spiritual Network (DSN) to give a two hours presentation on How To Align Your Intuition with Tarot, all in ASL! (American Sign Language). This will be held in Texas. I made my first power point and pretty delighted how it turned out. I hope they will find it fun to look at.
I will report back in September in how it went.
For this month, I picked out three cards -
Queen of Wands: It is time to harvest your last summer month's garden's fruits/vegetables/herbs you've planted in the spring. Start stock piling to prepare for the fall season - get ready to study recipes for canning or freezing goods.
Get out in nature and take advantage of the last summer's weather - go out hiking with your pets or your loved ones - make the time, winter will too soon be here.
XVII The Star: It's time to let go of old thoughts that no longer serve you or others - any self defeating negativity/beliefs needs to be shed. It's time to tell the truth to your loved ones that you've had a hard time honestly expressing - it will be healing for both of you.
For women: ground yourselves into appreciating your feminine energies - feminine body - feminine innate powers that you possess - it's time to reclaim our inner feminine energies that's been in the hiding in this dominantly masculine (yang) modern civilization. This is also a great time to do water color painting - or any medium with a lot of colors.
The Lovers: This is a month of airing out concerns and goals to make sure you and your partner are on the same wavelength. Remind each other of your goals as a couple and as individuals and make plans accordingly to meet all of your personal and interpersonal goals. For some couples, on the physical level, doing some physical exercise together will create a loving shared-experience bonding that's been long ignored or forgotten.
For those living in a warmer climate - take some solo couple time trips - camping trip- RVing trip - any weekend or even a week long trip (if your schedules permits it) - it will refreshing your daily grind rut-ness and give a bounce in your step when returning to day to day life.
Well, that's it for now and I wish you all a fantastic rest of the final summer.