Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping and The Good Energy Book.
Everything is energy, and everything is connected. And since our personal energy has a characteristic momentum and flow that affects everything from our mood to our job to our relationships, shifting our energy just a little bit can create a domino effect of positivity that moves through every aspect of our life experience. In other words, just a little action, when done with great intention, can be the nudge we need to lift us out of a rut and into a more ideal flow.
For example, here are three little actions you might consider.
1. Clean Just a Little Bit
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ellen Evert Hopman, author of Priestess of the Forest, The Druid Isle, and the forthcoming Priestess of the Fire Temple.
As a Celtic Reconstructionist Druid I am always interested in the practices of the ancient Celts. I read about them, write about them and then put them into practice, as best I can. It’s my own small effort to keep the traditions alive and to pass them along for future generations.
The Festival of Imbolc is the next great Fire Festival in the cycle of the Celtic year. It is essentially a milk festival in honor of the lactation of the ewes who under natural conditions don’t give milk until just before they give birth.
If you are a beginner with tarot, you can find plenty of articles and advice as to how to select your first deck. However, once you’ve bought a few decks and have become a bona fide tarot lover, finding advice on future purchases can be tricky. Sure there are reviews aplenty all over the internet, including on Amazon. Heck, there are even reviews of decks on the Llewellyn site (I’ve even written some of them). The biggest problem with reviews, whether for tarot decks, restaurants, or movies, is that your taste or needs may not be the same as the reviewer. And let’s face it, most reviewers are not objective.
Reading reviews and seeing images of the cards is a something we all do and