Today’s meditation card-draw has to with getting moving, and meditation through dance. A great opportunity to use movement to express excess jittery energy. Here is a beautiful example of sufi dance meditation. Who knew when we were all spinning in circles as children that we were infact gaining greater connection to the Divine? Ok, some of us knew exactly what we were doing…
Well I haven’t been moving with dance, but I’ve been getting motivated with this new site! Over the last year I’ve been working as a tarot reader on Keen.com, (while a GREAT service) I find that per minute doesn’t fit the needs of all clients. So I started looking for solutions. Thusly, this small corner of the internet was born to help.
I love tarot. Let me say that one more time I LOVE the tarot. There is a magic that has been expressed here that closely aligns with my own faith and understanding of the universe. We are all constantly in motion in the universe, and things always change. I use tarot to help the unconscious mind become conscious. I won’t tell you your lottery numbers, give you legal advice, or tell you when you or a loved one will pass. That is a kind of magic I will not take on responsibility for.
What I WILL do for you is this; I will help you articulate the answers you already know. The tarot is a tool to help unlock our own connection to the Divine, in whatever way expresses itself to you. I have read the cards of Christians, I have read the cards of atheists, I have read the cards of Wiccans, and everyone in between from many walks of life. I am a translator of the divine, not the Divine itself. “Atheists, don’t believe in anything” you may ask, well they do. They believe in science, they believe what they can touch directly. One universal law of science is that any event under observation changes. Energy changes. Therefore, there is still an energetic exchange when dealing with pieces of paper with symbolism on it. Because then the symbolism is a mirror into your own subconscious. For others, like myself the Tarot is more than just pieces of paper with symbols. However, this doesn’t make me right, and someone who disagrees wrong. This just means that this tool has more to offer people than you would think.
There is a beauty of symbolism in tarot, expressed by thousands of different artists in many different decks. Each and every one of them is equally sacred and resonates differently. However, just like musical notes, Ode to Joy played on the piano or flute, still sounds like Ode to Joy. Just like when using different decks, it depends on my mood which deck will be in use because sometimes I may prefer the sharp tone of ivory keys of the piano, or the whispering willow of the flute. Both are accurate, both are sacred. Because I know myself to be flexible, you will always get a reading that is not stagnate or rehearsed.
So with this all in mind, it is with great joy that I open the doors of Tarot by Skyfae. In addition to this site, you can find some of my articles on Panegyria as well. I hope to see you around. Don’t forget to sign up for your free bi-weekly reading!
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