A dragon is blowing clouds of smoke around you. Can you live with the unknown?
What does the unknown mean to you?
What mystery in your life would you like to solve?
What mystery does the Universe hold for you?
What feelings do the ideas of the unknown provoke in you? Is it fear? Does it excite you? Do you go with the flow?
How do you cope with these emotions? How do you help others cope?
How might you explore the unknown to know it better? Or is it better left a mystery?
This dragon’s heavy scales weight it to the ground. Are you glad to be anchored, or do you long to take flight?
Is there something, perhaps a harmful emotion or thought process, you need to release?
Do you need a new experience or to open a door?
Would looking at your life in a more balanced way help you find a freedom, regardless of what you carry?
What does the start of May mean to you? How are you celebrating?
Here is the first in a new series for the Gate & Key Society!
While we’ve seen the idea of daily, weekly, and even monthly card draws floating around on Facebook and YouTube, we’ve never tried it ourselves. But it looks like such a fun way to get the creative, meditative, and spiritual mojo going, we’re going to try!
So starting now, we’ll pull a card from an oracle or tarot deck each week and include a question or two to stimulate contemplation.
This week we’re using Dragon Cards, a 52 card oracle style deck from Findhorn Press by Polly Waterfield and illustrated by Brian Nobbs.
A dragon is dancing around your living room. Is it time to treat life lightly or do you need to be taken seriously today?
How will you approach the world?
How will you react to these times?
It’s snowing. The Kingdom is covered in soft blankets of sparkling fluff. Which, of course, means tea, snuggles, and beloved movies.
Be safe and enjoy!
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