Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sara Wiseman, author of Writing the Divine, Your Psychic Child, and the new Becoming Your Best Self.
At its core, intuition is a spiritual path. That’s what I thought when I first started writing about spiritual intuition… and it’s what firmly believe today.
You see, I’ve been teaching people to walk the path of the spiritual psychic for a while. And while I certainly expected folks to change from this practice, I never fathomed just how much, and how quickly these transformations would happen!
In person, by phone, by Skype, by email—I’ve worked with thousands of folks, and it doesn’t seem to matter what the medium is.
This article was inspired by an idea I learned from Mark McElroy almost a decade ago. It is based on his technique What Would the Majors Do described here: http://www.llewellyn.com/journal/article/572
I was thinking about Tarot and Ethics. I was also thinking about how, if you lay the Majors out in three rows of seven (not including the Fool), it shows a version of the Fool’s Journey that many read as:
First row: learning the lessons needed to become socialized
Second row: questioning those lessons and finding your own way
Third row: spiritual growth and self-actualization
That idea has been with me through most of my tarot life and consequently I cannot help but think of