Friday, May 28, 2010
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
- practice deep breathing
- practice silence
- personal development
- get back to nature
- be kind and gentle
- stop criticising
- meet people's eye and smile
- care for your self deeply
- gently and lovingly speak the truth
- see a counsellor if necessary
- keep a gratitude diary
- practice forgiveness.
I did write to Kathryn and told her how much her article changed my life - thank you Kathryn.
Monday, May 24, 2010
The picture depicts a forest on fire with smoke.
This card is transformation of new self, possibly burnout from too many commitments and need to turf some of these commitments; really, why do you need to be involved in so many activities, or activities that are time consuming and time intensive - who are you trying to please? Something will be destroyed/cease but something better will occur/rebuild/regenerate (possibly creativity based); the card is an ending to something however there is a new beginning to occur once the old is removed. It is important to release your energy, passion and/or growth in order to move on.
I would be interested in hearing what people think "fire" symbolises.
Monday, May 10, 2010
Stepping into a journey ahead, not necessarily a smooth one but it may involve a windy road to reach the conclusion which will be a worthwhile one. Any change can be a positive thing. Consider the heights you must climb to get where you want to (mountains). The journey can result in a new future whether it be with someone or work. It can lead to a sense of freedom but it is a journey which needs to be taken (and wants to be taken). It is important however not to jump in to it, and do your homework first, be prepared and there should be no unwanted surprises.
I'm not very good with symbols however the butterfly represents to me a new freedom, bluebirds of happiness, and a fox for caution and being cunning and agile.