I’ve been into oracle cards for a while, and have also gotten into tarot within the past year or so. As I explore different spiritual/soul practices and tools, it’s fun to see what truly resonates with me, and what innate skills I have that I maybe didn’t know about until now.
Hint: cards is one of them 😉
So if you’re not into cards or a newb, you may not know the difference between oracle cards vs. tarot. Here’s the gist:
I already posted a bit on my 2019 intentions over on the ole ‘gram, but I wanted to jam on this more in depth via a blog post, because hellooo, writer 🙂 I used to drive myself crazy with New Year’s resolutions before finally realizing that my all or nothing perfectionist (who was prone to fad diets and rules that drove me miserably insane) can’t take that kind of pressure. So these days, I like to focus on annual intentions instead.
Soul searching, spirituality, meditation, and all those good things are a big part of my life. Personal growth is a bit of an obsession of mine, and I love to learn new things and try new practices as part of my personal development. In the past, I’ve posted about meditation, which I practice daily, and today I want to write about two practices that are closely related to meditation: presence and breath.
Soul searching is a daily practice of mine, not because something is missing from my life and I’m trying to find it, but because I love personal growth and self-discovery. I love peeling back the layers of the most authentic version of myself and uncovering what truly lights me up as well as the areas in my life that I could change, strengthen, or improve.
My soul searching journey began over five years ago when I reconnected with an old work acquaintance. We were both struggling with painful personal issues, and began to lean on each other for support and inspiration. From there, what had only been a friendly work relationship blossomed into a beautiful friendship that is still thriving and changing my life for the better every single day. Daily lunches turned into weekend girl nights, where we began to experiment with tarot cards and meditation. These activities combined with just being together created a bond and a sense of peace and happiness that we both desperately needed.