The art of introspection is the fuel that helps move us along on our spiritual journey and the Tarot is an excellent tool that can be used to support that. Observing the way that we think and feel with curiosity is essential to our spiritual growth. Using the cards can help open that door.
Journaling is a big “go to” for me. When I write Spirit speaks to me through my pen or keyboard.
When I mentor people in reading the tarot, I encourage journaling while connecting with the cards. Introspection is a MUST for connecting to our intuition.
Last year I was nudged by Spirit to go through each card in my deck. As I did, I was given questions to consider for introspection for both the upright and the reversed version of each card. It was a big project! Once that part was done, I made friends with Canva and created a visual card for all of them. I then started sharing a weekly card with my followers on social media.
Each Monday, I shuffle my deck and pull a card for my social media followers. If I pull the 2 of cups (upright), I go to the library that I created on Canva and share the 2 of cups (upright) Canva creation on Facebook and Instagram. This card offers questions and thoughts for self-reflection for the week.
Recently, Spirit nudged me to take it a step further. I’m applying Monday's card to my own life, journaling about it, and sharing it weekly on my blog. Follow me on social media to receive the weekly reading, read the weekly blog, and see how easy it is to use the tarot as a tool for introspection.
“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” ― C.G. Jung
My intention is to inspire self-reflection on a global level.