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Date: 2008-04-07 By: Constance Rodriguez
Have you ever walked into a room or building where the energy felt dark and heavy? Or have you been with another person and their energy felt either dark or light? Constance Rodriguez, author of Gifts of the Soul, explains about the subtle body and how to become a full expression of who you are at the level of the Soul.
Date: 2009-08-19 By: Norma Cowie
The Sun's energy gives us warmth, light, and life. The Major Arcana card of the Sun, number nineteen, represents the same. It demonstrates to us the symbology of rebirth, growth, and progress. In numerology, "nineteen" comprises One—the beginning, newness, creation—and Nine—endings and completion. We breathe in, only to breathe
Date: 2008-07-07 By: Barbara Moore
Of this card, The Sun from The Fey Tarot, Riccardo Minetti writes: "...the Sun is an Arcana that by nature is without any kind of ambiguity. It has no shadows, no veils, no half-measures. The sun represents all truths, all certainties...the joy of fullness and of security, when no doubt troubles the soul." The Sun card is filled with so much
Date: 2008-06-25 By: Llewellyn
Oft expectation fails, and most oft there Where most it promises. -William Shakespeare Reflecting the qualities of your Sun sign is not the difficult part of your contract with the universe. After all, just being who you are isn’t hard to do. Applying yourself is, which brings us to the twelve houses of the natal chart. First, however, a few
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Carrie Obry
The seventh Hermetic principle teaches us that gender is in everything; everything has its masculine and feminine principles; gender manifests on all planes. — Keith Sherwood I like the idea of celebrating women’s history month in March, symbolically linking this commemoration to the vernal equinox. On March 20 or 21 of each year, the sun reaches
Date: 2008-07-16 By: Stephanie Jean Clement, Ph.D.
Your life is filled with all kinds of symbols. Some are so familiar you don't even have to think about them! We all recognize a stop sign, even if it says Alto!, because of the octagonal shape. You probably recognize the cross, five and six pointed stars, and other religious symbols. The skull and crossbones is a universal symbol for poison.
Date: 2002-03-15 By: Jose Armilla
Precis: Jose Armilla was happy to accept an invitation for him and his wife to a friend’s hilltop villa in the Caribbean. As the author of Negotiate with Feng Shui, he immediately saw that there were distinct problems with their rooms, ...
Date: 2011-05-17 By: Keith Sherwood
Human sexuality cannot be understood outside the concept of Yin and Yang. In the tantric view, a human being and his or her relationships are a mirror of the universe—or even better, the whole universe in microcosm. The universe itself is seen as a union of the male and female principles, as represented by the divine couple Shiva and Shakti. In
Date: 2011-03-02 By: Donald Michael Kraig
STEP ONE. Remove the twenty-two cards of the Major Arcana. Take from the twenty-two cards (which should be numbered from 0 to 21) the cards numbered 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, and 18. These will not be used at this time, so put them with the remainder of the deck. Keep the remaining cards of the Major Arcana with you while you perform the relaxation
Date: 2010-10-18 By: Ian Daniels
The Vampyre possess a supernatural sensitivity to whispers on the night breeze. This allows them to hear every ripple of sound in the darkness with deadly accuracy—distinguishing its source and quality. Much like the sonic artistry of bats—with which the Vampyre is often associated—this ability allows them to align themselves to the lightest of vibrations. By attuning themselves to such frequencies they can navigate the invisible web of sound around them, guiding them towards their prey, their sanctuary, and their ultimate destiny. How does the Vampyre myth connect with the Tarot? As Ian Daniels, creator of The Tarot of Vampyres, explains, the answer to that question is, simply, quite well.