Finding Divine in the EverydayConnect

Lovers: What’s Your Mission?

I've been self-employed for years now. It might surprise people who know (non-conformist) me  to hear I often use mission statements with my business ventures. The idea used to strike me as silly, but I came around once I experimented using ... [Manifest the Rest]

Fool Reversed: Silly Mistakes or Opportunities to Excel?

The more I notice, the more I find it stunning how much of our experience is directly driven by perception as opposed to those "cold, hard facts" we think we're reacting to instead. It's not just the obvious like people of different political ... [Manifest the Rest]

Four of Pentacles & Hierophant Rx: Forget the Peanut (Butter) Gallery

A long time ago, I was making two peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Four slices of bread laid out in a row, happily going about my business. My kid surveyed my progress, and was quite bothered. She accused me of being intentionally ... [Manifest the Rest]

The Lovers: Finding Your Truth (and Living Accordingly)

Last week, in doing those experimental Spirit Message readings, I found myself getting more visuals than normal. During readings, it's very common for me to see pictures in my head. They're usually metaphorical, but sometimes literal. I think maybe ... [Manifest the Rest]

Knight of Swords & Queen of Pentacles Rx: Plan in Pencil

I've been sort of compulsively crocheting lately, utilizing little snatches of time that I carve out from my daily routine. In the morning during coffee time. My break between work and cooking dinner. In bed while watching TV.  I'm using whatever ... [Manifest the Rest]

Death Rx: Not Done

Humans have this funny little habit of believing that whatever they see, right here and now, indicates the entirety of what they ever will see. We do it with situations. With relationships. With jobs. With everything! As if the world something but ... [Manifest the Rest]