Many people think of their tarot decks as a collection of 78 wise friends who they can turn to for advice and guidance, and I agree. But many people also agree that decks as a whole have a distinct personality. In our lives, we have many people who we turn to for advice and guidance. For work issues or prioritizing, we may approach our manager. For concerns about clients or projects, we bounce ideas off colleagues. For advice about our love lives, we may turn to a close friend or sibling. We have friends who know will give a kick in the pants, if we need it, or ones who will just listen and sympathize. We know both the area of expertise and style of these people in our lives and turn to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tess Whitehurst, author of Magical Housekeeping, The Art of Bliss, The Good Energy Book, The Magic of Flowers, and the new Magical Fashionista.
Mundane is an illusion; only magic is real. With that in mind, even the most everyday things can be vehicles of divine inspiration. This includes getting dressed in the morning. You're going to do it anyway, so why not make it a magical act? Here are three ways that you can do just that.
Clear Closet Clutter.
If you've read any of my books or spent much time at either of my blogs, you know that I have to start with this one—I'm obsessed with clutter clearing. Think of it like this: we are