Card of the Week – November 16, 2021

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Tarot from Conscience (or the Traveling Moth)

A space for tarot reflection for the day, week, or moment it comes across your screen. Each of these is reworked intentionally for The Edge, from the egregore of GroupTarot’s Card of the Week, to center education, diversity, and intuition.

Partial content copyright 2021 GroupTarot, week of October 31, 2021. Used with permission.

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’ve been driving my #sparklypurplebus down to New Mexico, via California with a detour to the Grand Canyon. I’d never been and wanted to start celebrating my birthday early. I asked my parents if they wanted to meet me there.

They did.

Now, we’re all tucked back in at home in New Mexico. Fed. Kittens happily walking around our feet, the important things unpacked from the vehicles yet still in their containers for later. It’s almost like I haven’t left, as it’s so comfortable to be typing Card of the Week from the library – yes, this means all the virtual readings you book this month are likely to be from the beautiful library.

This week, the Tarot cards are silent and Theresa Pridemore’s Sovereign Oracle is saying, “choose from me, please!”

Happy to oblige.
Focus.

Ha!

Why do I find this funny? Because when I chose a card for myself earlier today, this is the card I chose then too! Apparently, I need to make a choice and take appropriate action, remember that what I desire is worth my attention without distractions, and align my efforts with my intentions!

In case you’re wondering, I always choose blind. The Sovereign Oracle has a little green pouch I pull from, and I make the edges of the cards even before I choose, purposefully.

I love that these cards offer such practical advice and support. Whichever one of these lines resonates most for you, work with that!

We are coming up on a Full Moon on Nov. 19th. This is a perfect time to craft a spell or prayer for focus. We have a few days to make some decisions on what will receive our focus – because I don’t know about you, but frequently my challenge is deciding what to focus on! I am blessed with so many options!

Once a focus has been decided upon – I recommend taking some time to write or draw, gather whatever tools or images are appropriate for your intentions and then charge them by the light of the Full Moon. You may work silently, enjoying the Majesty of the Moon, sing, dance, burn incense. Whatever you choose let it be in alignment with your focus working.

Want help crafting this? Contact me.

If you just want to chat spellcrafting/manifesting, schedule a Discovery Call

If you want a reading to help clarify focus first, schedule here

Please let me know in the form that you’ll want assistance spell crafting, I’ll make sure we have extra time around the Tarot session.

Whatever you’re creating?
It’s worth it.

More about the deck’s creator – Theresa Pridemore https://www.instagram.com/tjpridemore/

To purchase this deck – https://www.sovereignspirit.biz/products Whenever possible buy directly from the creators!

Further recommended reading – Drawing Down the Moon by Margot Adler is classic.


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