Monday, September 15, 2014
One of My Favorite Introspective Practices
Well, I've talked about it in passing before, but I've decided to finally make the leap: I am now offering card readings.
For more than 15 years I've used medicine cards, oracle cards, wisdom cards, and the like to learn more about myself. If I'm feeling confused, lost, or even curious or excited, I often pull a few cards as a way of pulling myself out of my own head and thinking about life in a different way.
It's a practice that has been calming, enlightening, and sometimes clarifying (especially when I pair it with journaling).
Outside of myself, I have read cards for a few close friends, but haven't talked about it much outside of what you might call my inner circle.
This summer that changed when I offered a reading to someone I met in an online writing group, someone who lived in a different hemisphere, someone I may never get to meet in real life (though I hope I do!).
Then she told a friend in a completely different country, so I did one for her, too. Then I did a reading for a fellow mom, followed by one for my own mom. And so on.
So now the timing feels right. I'm offering this card reading practice to you.
If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you are familiar with my card of the day. If that resonates with you, then you might like a personal reading.
Check out the Card Readings page (found in the top menu and also the right sidebar) to see how it works. I hope you will enjoy this as much as I do.
“People who need help sometimes look a lot like people who don’t need help.” -Glennon Doyle I can’t say with any certainty that I am ...
You know how sometimes you just need to get out of the house on a Friday night? But you have a toddler that you have to bring with you and a...
This morning I said to my son Jonas that it was Patriot Day. He asked if that meant he was off from school, and I said no but suggested h...