Wishing Upon a (The) Star
I am a Tarot Reader, and this is the Journey of Tarot that I've identified in myself, and which I wish for those of you who feel so called:
- That you are curious enough about yourself and the world to want to know more about them both.
- That you find an external tool - in this case, Tarot - to help you reflect on both yourself and on the world.
- That this tool - Tarot - helps you to move deeper into yourself - and, by extension - deeper into the world.
- That by moving deeper into yourself and the world, Tarot helps you to find aspects of yourself that you didn't realise existed - and, by extension, you have a renewed appreciation of life and the myriad options and opportunities it throws your way, nearly every moment of the day.
- That you begin to internalise this tool called Tarot, and that you start to understand that this tool is an intrinsic part of you: that there is no separation between you and Tarot - because they both reflect the same source.
- That the space between you and Tarot narrows to non-existence. You understand that the guidance that Tarot gives you is what was offered up to you all along - it was just that you needed the means to recognise and to hear it.
- That you can say good-bye to Tarot in the same way a child says good-bye to the family that raised it: you know you'll be back, but, in those increasing moments you step away, you now have to - and you can - experience life directly, and without mediation.
... And this is why marketing experts don't know what to do with me: because my aim is to lessen your dependence on Tarot. Go figure