Moon: Goddess, the home, children, women, health, emotional healing, sleep, reincarnation, prophetic dreams, imagination, and matter.
Sun: God, self-confidence, arts, physical health, employment, leadership, money, new ventures, spirit, and optimism.
Mercury: Intellect, teaching,…
There’s been a lot of talk of sigils lately but without any step-by-step guide on how to use them. So I’ve broken this down as simply as a can for those of you who are interested but don’t understand the resources you’ve been given.
The bottom five images are transparent and free to use.
* For Good Health: To my knowledge it doesn’t matter if you keep multiple word sigils separate or over-lapping, so do whatever you have to with the space you have.
Spell to not give a shit:
Light a candle, whisper your problem to it, then say:
“I do not give a shit.
You can’t make me give a shit.
My last fuck has flown.”
And blow out the candle, symbolizing you blowing out the shit you were supposed to give.
Then drop the candle in the garbage.
The Self-Healing Spread.
1. IX pentacles (reversed)
primary emo. block / issue from past limiting self-growth. keyword = comfort.
heavy debts or a successful life that rests on the misfortune of others. danger of theft.
2. II wands (reversed)
how emo. block affected past relationships. keyword = partnership.
a clash of personalities or friction within an established partnership. success that leaves you unsatisfied.
3. IV cups
how emo. block is affecting present relationships. keyword = boredom.
having reached stability within a relationship, what more can be achieved? familiarity breeding contempt? there needs to be a new start to renew the spark in an old relationship. new interests, activities and friends are required.
4. IV - The Emperor
lessons that can be learned from emo. block. ruled by aries.
the emperor, a regal man in middle age, exudes confidence and accomplishment. at his feet is a shield bearing a device of an imperial eagle, symbol of worldly power and aspiration. only concerned with one side of life. in a woman’s reading this card can show an important man with paternal overtones.
high honour, the achievement of ambition. it may show an influential man whose help may be required. it is the card of bosses and people in authority. the man in control in any given situation or problem. to a woman, he may represent her husband or father.
5. VIII wands (reversed)
steps to be taken to encourage self-healing. keyword = swiftness.
delays, unexpected hitches in travel plans. impetuous or premature actions. exhaustion. this is not a time to put your views in writing. envy.
6. Knight of Wands
guiding spiritual principal to be followed in the future for self-healing.
an energetic warrior, a generous friend or lover. he has a hasty personality and is quick to love or hate. can also mean a change of home.
The Self-Healing Tarot Spread can be a powerful tool for exploring our past traumas that may be preventing us from growing in the present. It does this by exploring the areas in our lives that remain fixed. These are the circumstances that occurred in our past that remain unresolved and remain as emotional blocks. Often, these are the scars that we carry from painful experiences from our past that shape how we perceive the world and interrelate with those around us. If you find yourself in repetitive painful relationships for example, the Self Healing Tarot Spread can help to identify the cause as well as provide a path towards healing, growth and spiritual awareness.
When attempting this tarot spread, it’s always important to be aware of your surroundings. You want to make sure that you are in an environment where you feel safe and relaxed. It’s also important that you have allotted enough time to practice this tarot spread without any interruption. Be sure to give yourself time for introspection and to process through any emotions or memories that may come up during your tarot reading.
First Card – What is my greatest emotional block, trauma or issue from the past that is preventing me from moving forward?
Second Card – How has my emotional block affected my past relationships?
Third Card – How is my emotional block currently affecting my personal growth and my relationships with others in the present?
Fourth Card – What new things about myself can be learned from this exploration?
Fifth Card – What actions, emotional or otherwise, can I take to get past my emotional blocks to encourage growth and self-healing?
Sixth Card – What is the guiding spiritual lesson I have learned through this exploration?
My mom will not let me get a tarot deck and I cannot find one anywhere. Is someone willing to do this for me? …I really, really need this right now… please…
you can use a deck of playing cards~ I have a deck that I use, and it works pretty nice c:
now & next spread: Ace of Cups and The Devil Reversed.
this could not be more accurate:
Ace of cups - keyword = love
The start of love, inspired creativity that is nurtured by fruitfulness and happy times. Artistic excellence, a love affair, marriage, betrothal or a birth. All affairs of the heart will prosper.
The Devil (reversed)
The beginning of freedom, light at the end of the tunnel, the overcoming of bad habits and addictions. Charitable deeds and thoughts.
a simple, ambiguous 2 card spread that’s good for general daily readings. this spread touches briefly on atmospheric or environmental themes and your position or situation.
1. what’s happening now, the present
2. what will happen next, the immediate future
- when interpreting ill-dignified (reversed) cards, i generally think of the card’s energy to be present, but at a low level. some examples of this include:
~ the energy has the potential to be present, but is being blocked or inhibited in some way
~ the energy has been present, but is gradually losing relevance
~ the energy is beginning to gain relevance
~ the energy is only present on a superficial or surface level
~ the energy is present, but it is detrimental to the situation
- i recommend trusting gut feelings, intuition, and personal symbolism over external sources. by no means to i object to it; i reference traditional meanings with every single reading i do, but i my readings are always more personalized when i initially interpret them intuitively.
who am i at this very moment?
The breaking down of an outworn sense of values. A sudden shock that is nevertheless a blessing in disguise. Freedom from old, possibly self-imposed restrictions. Sudden disruptive change is inevitable but nothing to be feared, since you will come through this experience a better and stronger person.
VIII of Wands.
who am i at this very moment?
The end of delays, travel, movement and swift resolution of problems. Communications of all kinds, phone calls, letters and many journeys. Understanding and co-operation, helpful companions. Good news is on its way.