art, tarot

W is for Wheel of Fortune – the #tarot card, not the TV show

Today is the last day of sharing a tarot card for the A to Z Challenge. Wheel of Fortune is card ten. In Buddhist thought, there is the concept of impermanence. This states that everything that exists is always changing, in every moment. Therefore, we must embrace the groundlessness of our existence and realize there… Continue reading W is for Wheel of Fortune – the #tarot card, not the TV show

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N is for Nalini Singh and the Fictional World I Want to Live in

Recently at a game night with my friends, we were playing a game where you draw cards that generate discussion on books. I can't remember what the game was called, but one of the questions asked what fictional world we would want to live in. The answer was easy for me. Since I first began… Continue reading N is for Nalini Singh and the Fictional World I Want to Live in

art, tarot

M is for Magician #Tarot #AtoZChallenge

Another tarot card. Today the Magician. Card 1. The Magician is the first step on the journey of enlightenment represented within the major arcana. It indicates a person who first sees their discrete self and begins to apply willpower for the ends of the self. You see it reflected in the toddler yelling “no!” in… Continue reading M is for Magician #Tarot #AtoZChallenge

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F is for Fool or Beginning and Ending the Major Arcana #tarot #AtoZChallenge

Today I am sharing another draft from my tarot project: The Fool. It is often numbered zero or left unnumbered. The Fool is a card of both beginnings and endings, of being foolish in the best of senses but also naïve. There is an innocence to the card, of stepping into the unknown without knowing… Continue reading F is for Fool or Beginning and Ending the Major Arcana #tarot #AtoZChallenge