When it comes to Tarot cards and health, it is important to remember what Tarot cards really are: stories on a card, and each story represents a particular energy or quality within or externally. Given that our emotional and physical wellbeing is intimately tied to the thoughts we think and the habitual emotions we feel on a daily basis, it makes sense that in order to improve our health that we pay attention to what we are thinking moment to moment and whether that thought has a positive or negative energy to it.
What are you focussing on?
We always have access to positive energy, yet we also always have access to negative energy due to the dual nature of the universe. At the end of the day it comes down to a choice as to which we will embrace in each moment. The problem is that most of our thoughts are operating from our subconscious mind from programs we downloaded from our environment from a very young age (usually between the ages of 0-7 years).
One way to quickly assess as to what programs you have going on in your subconscious mind is to look around at your life. Are you happy with what you see? Eg, do you like where you live? Do you feel happy in your friendships? Do you feel connected to something that is bigger than yourself? Are you in flow most of the time? Does money feel like a struggle, or does it come easily to you? What state is your love life in? These are all clues as to what your habitual thoughts are, and if you don’t like what you see, you need to change your thinking around these aspects. It is not about judging yourself, it is more about being aware of what you are thinking around these aspects.
How the Tarot can help.
This is where using the Tarot can come in handy, because Tarot cards can reflect back to us what is lurking in our subconscious mind By shuffling your deck of cards while enquiring as to what area of your life needs healing or what thoughts and emotions need attention, you can start to bring to light what aspects may be affecting your physical health and emotional health.
One way of helping our body heal as well as our mind is to imagine we are connecting to a bright light which is approximately 300 feet above you. Energy healers claim that approximately 300 feet above us is a portal of cosmic energy that helps us to feel at one with all that is.
An exercise to release negative patterns in your life.
Try this exercise for 7 days in a row and watch for shifts in your body and general emotions. Tip: suspend your disbelief about this stuff and just allow yourself to have a different experience, and keep a journal to jot down what comes up for you.
- Shuffle your Tarot deck while asking the universe what would be a useful thing to bring to the light today.
- Draw one card and take some time to pause and reflect on the meaning of the card and how it might apply to your life. If it is a card that feels very positive to you, ask yourself if this how you generally feel about the aspect you are thinking about? Often this question can suddenly bring to light all the things you feel are missing that if present would mean you really would feel the positive aspects of this card. If the card feels negative to you on the other hand, then that will be even easier to see where that relates to your life.
- Write down your insights that have come up for you in a journal. Allow yourself to feel the burden of what this exercise brought up for you, but don’t dwell here for too long.
- Next, simply do this two and a half minute meditation and literally ‘give’ your negative feelings to the light, and imagine them just dissipating and releasing.
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