2019 is a Three year; 2 + 1 + 9 = 12, 1+2 =3. Simple numerology works & this year, after the “choices” of 2018, we need some dynamic changes & energies coming into shift things along. Why do we
Clear your mind they sang, and the rest will follow. I “may” have misquoted that song title but it was on purpose. The New Year is well underway, so it’s time to clear your mind from the previous year! If
We all get things that happen to us unexpectedly, that’s a part of life. How we deal with the unexpected is what makes us unique & very individual. To be the best person in such situations, can the Tarot help?
It’s Father’s Day here in the UK & the Wildwood has its celebration of the fathers in our lives. They can range from those who are very direct to those who are gentle and guiding. Which Tarot cards fit? Father’s
A new week & new month begins. What is on the cards for us this week? Like the weather report, let’s a take on what the Tarot suggests will affect us during the week ahead now March has begun. Using
Let’s be honest, we all feel we need to improve our financial situation occasionally. From time to time, the material matter just isn’t flowing the way we want or need them to be & we feel the need to improve
The Tarot can often provide an insight into things that we already know. We sometimes need to understand a situation at a deeper level. You understand what’s happened, but not the why. Perhaps you know both, but need insight to help you
What would happen if you focused on the results of your efforts rather than your efforts? What could happen if you choose to focus on both: The end result and the efforts you put in? Deciding what to focus on can be tricky. We
Worrying doesn’t solve anything but we can’t stop doing it anyway. If you were to let go of the worry, what might happen? In some cases, worrying can get worse, in others, nothing changes and in some, things actually improve!
Options are a given right, aren’t they? Well, we’d like to think so. When something happens to us that prevents us from doing what we’ve enjoyed doing for the majority of our lives, we often ask: What are my options