Receptive and Open
A new + beautiful way to experience Mondays
May I be open and receptive today.
Short and sweet this Monday.
Just consider it. Open to listen. Open to relaxing. Open to your own sense of being. Open to joy. Open to fun. And taking it all in without judgement or conditions. That’s receptivity.
So glad you’re here.
Intuitive Tarot Card Reading
Use your intuition to guide you to a specific card below. Choose the card with the crystal on it that calls to you.At the end of this newsletter, you’ll see the cards flipped over, with a reading for each one. The card that you choose here will have your reading for the week.
Card 1: Black Tourmaline Choose this card if you’re dealing with an abundance of negative thoughts.
Card 2: Selenite Choose this card if you are feeling some pain.
Card 3: Calcite Choose this card if you’re interested in manifesting wealth in your life.
Wait to scroll down to the bottom of the newsletter until you’ve chosen your card!
Yoga Classes This Week:
Tuesday at noon
Wednesday at 5:30 (yin yoga)
We Support Each Other
There are three beautiful ways you can support my work writing and teaching!
Make a micro-donation, either through Buy Me a Coffee (or in my case, a love note), or after you’ve listened to one of my meditations on Insight Timer. Thank you to Clare, who bought me a love note last week ♥️
Book a personalized yoga class or contact me for a Tarot or Akashic Records reading.
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Thank you thank you!
Much love and gratitude,
PS- I love hearing about the cards you pick and your related experiences. Please email me or comment below to share what came up from your card reading this week🔮
Your Tarot Reading, Revealed!
Card 1: Black Tourmaline // Eight of Cups
Yep. This card confirms your thinking and gives some strategies for moving forward. First, the suit of Cups indicates a deep emotional and subconscious inner life, and the way to release negative thoughts (symbolized here by the cups in the foreground and the figure walking away from them) is to walk alongside them. The river here represents those thoughts, and as the figure is walking away, they are also walking with. I’m not saying go deeply into your thoughts, especially if that may be harmful for you. I’m saying there are a few thoughts that you might have to face and deliberately let go of.
Card 2: Selenite // Three of Pentacles
There’s some work you have to do that you need expert advice on. This is often thought of as the “worker’s card”—the figure on the bench is creating physically what is laid out in the plans that the other two figures are holding. He is conferring with them, and going back to the “drawing board,” literally. This idea, of getting expert advice and starting at the beginning, might be helpful for you as you figure out the source of your pain and how you can move through it.
Card 3: Calcite // Ace of Cups
Your cup runneth over!! And the wealth we’re speaking of here is not monetary, although it could become that. It is a wealth of heart, emotions, and courage. It is about new beginnings and experiencing a richness of the heart. That might mean manifesting what you want, or connecting with the self or others in a meaningful way, or beginning something new with fortitude and courage. Because the Ace represents a new journey, so take that journey with heart.
✨intuitive tarot inspired by Sarah Greenman, who was in turn inspired by Chris Corsini, because inspiration is contagious✨