tarot_scholar: An image of Norman Rockwell's interpretation of Rosie the Riveter (Rosie)
This is a good question, I feel: what should I attract into my life? Though, of course, "should" can be read in a dozen different ways. You should attract different things depending on your goals, right? The kind of energy and opportunities I can attract to make cash money are not necessarily the same as the ones you want to jumpstart creativity, or find love, or so on. What you need to be happy isn't always the same as what you need to be a better person (at least in the short run). But I'm going to stop overthinking this question and see it as: what should I attract into my life to help me become my best self?

What should I attract into my life? )
tarot_scholar: An image of Norman Rockwell's interpretation of Rosie the Riveter (Rosie)



Maybe another reason I've slowed down with this shadow work meme is that a lot of the prompts are sort of meaningless for me. Last one was about my Inner Child, which is frankly in the category of New Age concepts I don't buy into (maybe that's why my card was the 10 of Swords?); coming up is "inner god" and questions of divinity, which I don't really know if I hold truck with either. But I'll keep on keeping on. It's better to use my cards more often than not, right?

Today was day 17. According to the meme:



Intimacy: How I can strenghten [sic] my bond with the loved one(s)? )
tarot_scholar: An image of Norman Rockwell's interpretation of Rosie the Riveter (Rosie)
(Why do you believe this to be so?)

I don't think there's a card in the deck that hasn't stumped me when it's shown up in "odd" place or an "out of character" reading. But continuously, I'd have to say:


1. Temperance

I understand the gist of this card, but I have a hard time distinguishing it from, say, The Chariot or even Strength: these are all cards about duality and finding a balance in duality, via some form of restraint or self-control. I freely admit that the distinction between them is sometimes too fine for my mind to grasp.


2. The World

How can you give specifics to a card that encompasses literally everything?

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