Monday, March 14, 2016

Don't Point it's not Polite

The little booklet that came with deck describes the place as Varanasi, where every Hindu feels obliged to make a pilgrimage to the river Ganges, one of the Holy Sites in India.  This individual is also without clothes as the daughters of Atlas were yesterday and as this deck is new to me I wondered if all the individuals in the Cups cards were without clothes? Nope, just the two I have drawn; so I have to give it some consideration that I have drawn Cups with unclothed individuals these first  two days.

Typically eights are about movement and more traditionally moving away from one thing towards something else.  Traveling to the Holy River was the movement and now I find out where the venture will take me, the other side of the Eight of Cups.  Makes me think of the old adage, 'Where ever you go, there you are.'  You can change your environment but basically I will still be me. I am who I am and I need to accept that, quit trying to change myself and be myself.

"I try to stay in a constant state of confusion, just because of the expression it leaves on my face." - Johnny Depp

SACRED SITES TAROT -:Lo Scarabeo

4 comments:

  1. 'Where ever you go, there you are.' so we'd better get along with ourselves :)

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    1. I had someone tell me that years ago in my twenties and now 60 is looming in the not so distant future. I wanted a restart about 22 and got that sage advice. Still I wonder, what if?

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  2. I doubt you are trying to change yourself, only polish up what is already the good in you. I loved blogging with that deck. Use it for reading..erm..no can do

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    1. The deck is a bit of a challenge, like the Marco Polo Tarot, but what is Life without a bit of challenge and drama? Keeps one on her toes!

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