Tackle Things Head On

August 2nd, 9 of Swords

The best way to tackle problems and bullies, is head on. Remember as you go through your day today: ignore gossip and rumors, use your logic, this is your best option. If there is a toxic environment around you, don’t get sucked into that!
Your mind can be your best friend or your worst enemy – what thoughts are you giving power to in your mind? Your fear of something is what is creating your problem, these negative emotions can become self perpetuating, and seeing the matter clearly releases you from this.
Your fear is what blinds you, making what MIGHT happen, appear far worse than what the situation really is.
Take your blinders off today, see things as they really are, cut through the B.S. and make it a great day!
#thursday

Tricia of FreeBirdJourneys.com ✔

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Strength: Card of the Day

September 3rd: Strength

You’ll need to use you Inner Strength today! And you have far more Strength than you know. 

Whatever obstacles you may be facing, know that you’ve got it covered.

You also have the ability to tame the wild beast. This is through kindness and compassion. If a situation decides to Roar at you today call upon your inner strength and do not roar back, but sing it a sweet lullaby instead. 

#happysunday 
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The Chariot

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Here we see our hero, the man in the Chariot out to conquer. Words that come to mind are victory, success, speed and will.

How did the Charioteer harness all this energy? When looking at the previous cards on our Tarot Journey we can see growth and maturity. No longer the adolescent, we now see a mature adult. When we think of a mature adult we usually envision someone who is successful in their life, admired by others, a person of confidence with control over themselves, their mind, their feelings. Maturity is here and instills a strong will and you’re ready to succeed.

With maturity also comes a maturity of Spirit. Spiritual victory comes when we can connect to nature, to that which is larger than us and through our conscious will establish a connection. Through our Spirit we are able to focus and release our force. We also learn as we get older to control our ego, this gives us the ability to resolve our conflicts in life.

Looking at the card we see the Charioteer holds no reigns, he is guiding the sphinx by the sheer force of his will. This implies his strong character. His emotions are strong, mature, and stable. The town in the background is small indicating his strength in himself and not that of society holding the reigns.

In a reading The Chariot is a card of triumph through personal effort. Self-discipline is required so your victory may be achieved. You should be succeed over any obstacles that lie ahead. Just as the charioteer is the driving force you must use your will, intention and focus to persevere.

You may also have an inner conflict (rather than external) in order to succeed you need to control this so you may achieve your success. Obstacles and blocks will be removed but you must focus upon your path, if you get distracted you may veer off course.

Keywords for The Chariot: Victory, change, travel, big change, new adventures, personal vision, strength of will, moving house, making a major or minor life change in career or lifestyle, a vacation, self-confidence, motivation, determination, personal power.

“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goals.” ~ Henry Ford

Blessings to you on your journey,

Tricia