A Jungian approach to Tarot
If you’re looking for a way to identify your intuitive ‘voice’ from the many other voices inside you vying for your attention and your action, how about this: Your intuition does not use a whip.
Choose where you’re going first; then choose who is going to accompany you. If, instead, you choose your travelling companions over your path, then what you’ll find is that you’ll be walking someone else’s path, dancing to someone else’s tune. Living someone else’s life.
When you allow your feelings to surface without judgement, while also knowing that you have the capacity to do this in a way that is contained, slow, endlessly patient – and boundaried – then you have the potential to experience feelings fully, yet soberly and with presence.
Hello folks! Due to schedule readjustments, and travel plans next week, the Tarotcast will be published on the following days over the next few weeks: Wednesday, February 1; Monday, February 13; and every Monday or Tuesday thereafter. I am re-jigging my business and taking on new clients and new roles, and so my writing time has had to have had a little flexibility to it. With love, Sarah
“Do you want to be happy? Or do you want to be right?”
Hello folks! I have enough readings and clients today for it not to be the best day to write the Tarotcast … which, consequently, will be published tomorrow 🙂 ~ Sarah
In that moment where you are either facing something or someone, inside or out, that is potently creative, you have an awareness of the differences between you. It is the ‘otherness’ that is the accelerant in the experience.
Libido is the creative drive that underpins all things. It is plugged into and fed by the unconscious, by biology, and initiated in a zone that precedes thought, or logic, or what’s rational. It is also creative to the point of destruction. One way, or the other, you’re looking at the most potent energy available.
The New Year Tarotcast will be published tomorrow (Tuesday, January 3). My intention is that it gives a broad theme for the start of the year, and that it offers a means of navigating whatever it is that is emerging for you – whether an old theme that is up for (re)consideration, or a new beginning that is asking you to meet it. Or both, of course 🙂
Unless you look at the present fully, you will neither be able to understand it and integrate it, nor will you see what is looking right back at you behind the façades that have separated you from it. Separated you from her.