Art. Recovery. Archetypes

This week I switched decks.  I went from my usual Myss Archetype Deck to a Zen Tarot Deck, just to mix it up a little.

I pulled a Major Arcana card (that means it's a big deal) as it tells us about our current circumstance and gives us the opportunity to examine a central theme in our spiritual journey.  Then I pulled a second card to get insight into that theme that I was examining, and boy was that illuminating. 

Major Arcana:  Completion

Minor Arcana:  Exhaustion

Let's dive into these cards:

Completion:  Whatever has been absorbing your time and energy is now coming to an end. In completing it, you will be clear the space for something new to begin. Use this interval to celebrate both- the end of the old and the coming of the new.

Exhaustions: This card is not only about being a workaholic. It is about all the ways in which we set up safe but unnatural routines for ourselves and by doing so, keep the chaotic and spontaneous away from our doors. Recommendation: take a little trip into the uncharted.

Questions to Reflect on?

My Reflections:   Put down what is exhausting you.  Let that go.  Either complete them or let them die.  Focus on the larger perspective and as new things arise, be mindful of what may exhaust you. It is time to let go of the things you've been thinking of letting go.  

Goodbye to shoulds and obligation.  Yes to me first.  Doing things that bring me energy so I have energy for others.

Mantras for the 2023.  

A heart my mom sent.  

Archetypes for the year

All the magic.

Well that was a fucking wild ride - especially the last 6 weeks of 2022... I got the chance to go to Guerneville before all the flooding to calm my nervous system down, create some space.  Re-prioritize. Got the best fucking massage from Minh at MinhTherapy...

Started off 2023 with yearly intention setting, phrases of the year... 

So here are my 2023 intentions:

I want to:

  • become a massage therapist
  • focus on Sober Soaps
  • make gift bags out of newspaper
  • foster Wild Spirit Community
  • Travel to Seattle, England, France, Germany with Family
  • cover dining room chairs
  • turn soap studio into massage room
  • feel deep peace
  • trust my instincts
  • hike weekly
  • drink H2O
  • read books
  • evening routine
  • journal
  • teach others to journal
  • send snail mail to people
  • have dinner parties monthly
  • create a sacred garden
  • be present
  • say yes only when I mean it
  • make ME a priority
  • weekly dates with Eric
  • Do more, worry less
  • Digest positive content 
  • Weekly Family Activities

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