We all have a small child within us. It is this inner child, this young and vulnerable version of us who has been wounded, abandoned, rejected, and hurt in one way or another during our lives. It is in this inner child that most of us carry the bulk of our emotional baggage, keeping it... Continue Reading →
Light is a symbol frequently found in Oracle, Angel and Tarot Cards. Depending on the symbols and colors that appear with it, it can have many shades of meaning, but I can not think of a single one that is less than positive.
This year, and November especially has been a year of change and growth for us all in many ways. It's been a year of new discoveries and new awakenings. We have had challenges and victories and it is all coming to a head now in the closing months of the year. This month we can... Continue Reading →
Green appears frequently in Oracle Cards, so much so in fact that sometimes it can seem to just be part of the background and not worth noting at all. Green however has many faces and shades. It can be fresh and exciting or it can be slow, stable and welcoming. The bright fresh green of... Continue Reading →
Unless we had the perfect childhood and were never bullied, never insulted and never belittled in any way at all, you can be sure that we all have at least one or two old wounds lurking in the depths of our soul. Most of the time we don't notice them, but every so often we... Continue Reading →
This article deals specifically with bird or angel wings. Butterfly wings have a whole different symbology all of their own that I will talk about in the future. Wings are a symbol that is firmly etched on the collective consciousness of mankind for one simple reason. We can't fly. Mankind has lived countless generations watching... Continue Reading →
The full moon in October falls in the sign of Taurus. This means that unlike some othe3r full moons, the energy that governs it will be very practical and down to earth. Taurus is the most earthy, some would say stubborn, of the signs, and it is this energy that will be amplified over the... Continue Reading →
Yellow makes us think of sunshine and spring daffodils, of warmth and friendship and sunny days spent enjoying life. However, If the yellow that appears in your card is dull or muted it can signify cowardice and deceit or sickness.
This was first published in an Oracle Deck guide book but its an amazing short and personal ritual that can help you unlock parts of yourself that you are hiding from and need to deal with. When you first get a new deck of cards its good practice to go through the deck and pause... Continue Reading →