The darkness of winter lends itself to being quiet and introspective. We curl under our blankets next to a fire (or a heater) or gather with friends and family to share the warmth of love. The Winter Solstice is no exception. It not only gives us the chance to go within and look at what we have accomplished but, we also look at what we think is holding us back.
This year’s reading is a bit different. It’s not your typical month by month energetic forecast. I do find those helpful, but if last year taught me anything, it’s that things change moment to moment. I wanted to find something that would be more helpful to you and more stable. Something more True.
Valentine’s Day always bring a wealth of articles about how to attract your soulmate or find true love. Find love if you do this—find love if you do that. While well meaning, they fail to mention what to do with this love once you have found it. How do you make that love grow? How do you make it deeper and more rich? How can you support each other in the relationship?This Valentine’s Day, I decided I would help remedy that. I’m not a love guru and I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I decided to work up a relationship tarot/oracle spread so that you can gain more insight on how you can move forward with your partner on your individual paths.
I’ve been going back and forth with what I wanted to do for an oracle or tarot layout for the Spring Energy Clearing Series. I’ve focused a lot on the “space” or “environment” part of clearing, but haven’t given much attention to figuring out what needs to be cleared from the energetic side of life. This layout is all about discovery and digging deeper. It’s about finding what needs to shift and what is working for you.
Valentine’s Day rolls around and people everywhere get relationship questions on the brain: Will I ever find the one? Will my marriage last forever? Will this current relationship work out? What can I do/say/think to find the one?These are big questions. Of course we want to know if we will find love, but the real question being asked is, “Am I lovable? Am I worthy?”
No relationship is perfect. They all have their ups and downs, but maybe you’ve been dealing with an issue in a friendship or a romantic partnership that keeps repeating over and over and it’s starting to drive you nuts.