Tag: self-discovery

Parenting Ourselves: Growth and Self-discipline

March is about the stirrings of Spring, and things emerging into existence. Last month we learned a little bit about power and how we see it in ourselves, and now we start to learn how to use that power to make things happen in the world. This month also brings us to introducing the Emperor and Empress, the traditional parental figures of the Tarot. 

This raises the question again about the validity of referring to energies as "masculine" and "feminine," and how to discuss and apply those terms meaningfully if at all. Throw in any issues we have regarding our parents,

Journal Prompt – Working with the Fool

In The Fool card, the fool is traditionally accompanied by a dog, his trusty sidekick. Sometimes, the road is easier with company. Who or what would your ideal companion be? Describe him, her, or it, and how this makes your journey easier. 

​Then, write a paragraph of two as your companion. What does it say to you, what wisdom does it have to offer? You can consider this companion to be an alternative to the "inner critic," the good old voice we all have that varies in gender, tone, and other characteristics but is generally an asshat.

 

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