The fourth house stands in my mind like the hidden roots of the tree, vital, stabilizing, deep and private. What goes on there is privy to very few, if even to anybody, yet can be the most essential for true nourishment. It speaks of our history, the truth as scripted in the DNA, ourselves when […]Read more "The Astrological Fourth House"
The Strength card is so lovely in it’s common depiction of a woman cuddled up to a beast with a serene look upon her face. Serene look or not, anyone could see or sense that this woman is not a shrinking violet, that this look is hard won and that this woman is not a […]Read more "A meditation on The Strength Card in Tarot 11"
The third house is the house of communication. It is also the house of siblings, who are likely the ones that first influenced one’s style and approach to what we say and hear. Yet I tend to veer with the idea that who we deem to process the quality of a sibling has evolved in […]Read more "The Third House"
The second house in Astrology is where one seeks values. It is how one creates a tangible reality of quality. Traditionally known as the house of processions, with its association to the sign of Taurus, it begs the question, “What do I wish to manifest of importance?” Answering such a question grounds a person into […]Read more "Value in the Second House of Astrology"
The more I practice Tarot and Astrology the more I am stuck by the fluidity of gender norms in those who wish to spiritually evolve. For this reason I treat the cards, chart, the seeker as being gender fluid. While traditionally there was a thought that for men the feminine cards represented the women in […]Read more "Gender in Tarot and Astrology"
The shadow is an aspect of the self in which one feels shame or tries to hide either from the self and/or others. It is often projected onto others or we attract others who display the same shameful characteristic or emotional trouble. The shadow parts of ourselves are not something we gladly own in polite […]Read more "Shadow Work"