Finding Divine in the EverydayConnect

Ace of Swords Rx & Page of Swords: Get Clear

Sometimes when I listen to people, I could swear they are watching completely different movies about the same subject. At least, that's how Captain Virgo describes it. The conclusions that are derived from the exact same stimulus are just polar ... [Manifest the Rest]

Ten of Wands Rx: Going Zen

Back in prehistoric times when I was in college, what turned out to be my toughest class came as a surprise. It wasn't biology or statistics or algebra, some of the classes I though might challenge me. It wasn't even the graduate psych seminar I ... [Manifest the Rest]

Ten of Wands Rx & Five of Wands: Flying with Certainty

Humans are a self-doubting lot. We look everywhere for reassurances: friends, family, society, science and signs...that's a lot of insecurity. This self-questioning approach, however, assumes there is exactly one right choice and everything else ... [Manifest the Rest]

Page of Cups: Turning Down the Judgey

I have resolved to be less judgemental. Not that I think of myself as particularly judgemental. I am not.  If I were shooting for a below-the-mean-rate of judgmentalness, I've have it sewn up already. But when I recently found myself feeling ... [Manifest the Rest]

Four of Cups: Finding Unseen Solutions

I held my tongue the other day. Figuratively, at least. See? It happens! I kept myself in check until I got a grip on an almost overwhelming urge to be helpful. I didn't end up saying anything.  The non-beneficiary of my wisdom was someone ... [Manifest the Rest]

Eight of Cups Reversed: Still Old News

When I first started dating my husband, there were a few times I'd be talking when suddenly, he'd get very upset with me. I was absolutely crazy about him and wouldn't have intentionally said anything to bother him, ever. So such episodes took me ... [Manifest the Rest]