Chariots in The Flow

This is the week. "Behind the chariot flows a wide river, symbolic of the need to be ‘in flow’ with the rhythm of life while also charging ahead toward your goals and intentions . . . "The Chariot is a card of willpower, determination and strength. You have discovered how to make decisions in alignment... Continue Reading →

Biddy Card of the Week

Taken from the Biddy E-Blast with my notes inserted:The card drawn for this week is the The Chariot reversed :"Do you ever feel like you’re banging your head against a brick wall as you try to force your way through obstacles that are standing in the way of what you want? Trying to move forward with... Continue Reading →

Biddy Tarot Card of the Week: Temperance

UPRIGHT TEMPERANCE TAROT CARD MEANINGS taken from Biddy Tarot: Temperance is the card for bringing balance, patience and moderation into your life. You are being invited to stabilise your energy and to allow the life force to flow through you without force or resistance. It’s time to recover your flow and get your life back... Continue Reading →

The Chariot

... as seen through the eyes of Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom, by Rachel Pollack Radiant Rider Waite "Spiritual victory over evil comes when we can focus all of nature, as well as the unconscious energy embodied in Shiva himself, through the conscious will." "His chariot looms larger than the town behind indicating that his will... Continue Reading →


"Card 11 (Justice) indicates that the psychic laws of Justice, by which we advance according to our ability to understand the past, depends on seeing the truth about ourselves and about life." -from Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom, by Rachel Pollack


In this climate of opiod devastation, I thought it would be appropriate to share parts of a newsletter I receive. The advice given below seem to me to be valuable for anyone struggling with regret in general as well. *** Excerpts taken from Being in Balance, by Wayne Dyer: *** 1. It’s All about Realignment... Continue Reading →

The Tower

from Betty Ford: First Lady, Women's Advocate, Survivor, Trailblazer, by Lisa McCubbin: That night, Clara cooked pot roast, and the family had dinner together. "It was like the family was a family once again," Susan recalled. "It was like everything had been torn down, and there was nothing to hide anymore." They'd walked through fire... Continue Reading →

Horses in the Tarot (Rider Waite)

Inspired by the Knight of Wands exploration, I went through the entire Rider Waite deck and pulled out the cards featuring horses that are in addition to the four Knights. I found three. Interestingly, all the horses have riders and all the pairs are traveling in the same direction, to the right (and future?). Two... Continue Reading →

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