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Cosmic Moonlight Giveaway

I know it’s a little late but I couldn’t wait till tomorrow. All you gotta do to win all of these crystals is follow the rules carefully!

Rules

  • Please follow my blog if it’s to your liking. Not required but forever grateful.
  • Reblogging the post will count as an entry. 1 reblog = 1 entry. Please don’t spam your followers.
  • Go to my store www.CosmicMoonlight.com via Storenvy and give me a follow.
  • If you haven’t already please give my Facebook page a like. Another giveaway will be going on over there.
  • Must be willing to give out name and mailing address. Worldwide shipping!
  • Giveaway will end September 26th at 11:59 pm pacific time.

Prizes

  • 3 Lemurian Seed crystals
  • 3 Clear Quartz crystals.
  • 9 small Opalite pieces.
  • 1 Amethyst (dyed) moon bracelet. Made by me :)
  • 1 Jade pendant.
  • 1 Amethyst heart pendant. 
  • A pair of lotus flower Rose Quartz earrings. Made by me!
  • 2 Amethyst clusters.
  • 1 Titanium Quartz cluster.
  • 1 large raw Amazonite stone. 
  • 1 medium Mahogany Obsidian tumbled stone.
  • 1 medium raw Clear Quartz stone.
  • 1 small Peacock Ore crystal.
  • 1 tiny Citrine point.

Thank you all for the love and support you have shown me. I appreciate it so so much. This giveaway is for you! Please don’t alter the text in any way and if you have any questions feel free to message me!

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the-darkest-of-lights:

Moon Magic
Wolf moon- January  Good luck, protection, meditation  Herbs: marjoram, holy thistle, nuts Colors: white, blue, black Stones: garnet, onyx, jet , chrysoprase
Ice moon-February  Peace, boundaries, blessing  Herbs: balm of glens, hyssop, myrrh, sage, spikenard Colors: light blue, violet Stones: amethyst, jasper, quartz crystal
 Storm moon- March  Warding, freedom, ridding of bad luck Herbs: broom, high john, yellow dock, wood Betony, Irish moss Colors: green, red violet Stones: aquamarine, bloodstone
Growing moon- April  New begging, love, blessing Herbs: basil, chives, dragons blood, geranium, thistle Colors: red, gold Stones: ruby, garnet, sard
Hare moon- may  Cleaning, purification, prosperity Herbs: dittany of Crete, elder, mint, rose, mugwort, thyme, yarrow Colors: green, brown, pink Stones: emerald, malachite, amber, carnelian
Mead moon- June Survival, wisdom, love Herbs: skullcap, meadowsweet, vervain, tansy, dog grass, parsley, mosses Colors: orange, gold green Stones:topaz, agate, alexandrite, fluorite
 Hay moon- July Peace, truth, justice Herbs: honeysuckle, agrimony, lemon balm, hyssop Colors: silver, blue grey Stones: pearl, moonstone, agate
Corn moon- august  Protection, opportunity  Herbs: chamomile, st johnswort, bay, Angelica, fennel, rue, orange Colors: yellow, gold  Stones: cats eye, carnelian, jasper, fire agate
Harvest moon- September  Harvest, divination Herbs: Copal, fennel, rye, wheat, valerian, skullcap Colors: brown, yellow green, yellow Stones: periot, olivine, chrysolite, citrine
Blood moon -October  Purification, underworld Herbs: pennyroyal, thyme, catnip, UVA ursi, Angelica, burdock Colors: dark blue, green Stones: opal, tourmaline, beryl, turquoise
Snow moon- November  Peace, happiness, skills Herbs: grains of paradise, verbena, Betony, borage, cinquefoil, blessed thistle  Colors: grey, sea green Stones: topaz, hyacinth, lapis lazuli
Cold moon- December  Success, prosperity, the fates  Herbs. Holly, ivy, fir, mistletoe  Colors: red, white, black Stones: serpentine, jacinth, peridot
* New Moon Magic *
The new moon is for starting new ventures, new beginnings. Also love and romance, health or job hunting. The energy of the dark moon is useful for working magick against attackers, and for understanding your own angers and passions. Also for rituals designed to bring justice to bear in very negative situations. Also use the new moon for love spells, job hunting, and healing.
* Waxing Moon Magic *
Use the waxing moon for constructive magick, such as llove spells, magic for wealth and success, courage, friendship, luck or good health.  * Full Moon Magic *
Prime time for rituals for prophecy, protection, divination. Any working that needs extra power, such as help finding a new job or healing for serious conditions, can be done now. Also for love, gaining sacred knowledge, legal matters, attracting money and prophetic dreams.
* Waning Moon Magic *
he waning moon is used for banishing magic, for ridding oneself of addictions, illness or negativity.
* Dark Moon Magic *
The dark moon is a time for ridding oneself of bad habits, Binding spells, for exploring our darkest recesses and understanding our angers and passions. Also it is a time of bringing justice.
-I learned this info from Conway and Cunningham.

the-darkest-of-lights:

Moon Magic

Wolf moon- January
Good luck, protection, meditation
Herbs: marjoram, holy thistle, nuts
Colors: white, blue, black
Stones: garnet, onyx, jet , chrysoprase

Ice moon-February
Peace, boundaries, blessing
Herbs: balm of glens, hyssop, myrrh, sage, spikenard
Colors: light blue, violet
Stones: amethyst, jasper, quartz crystal


Storm moon- March
Warding, freedom, ridding of bad luck
Herbs: broom, high john, yellow dock, wood Betony, Irish moss
Colors: green, red violet
Stones: aquamarine, bloodstone

Growing moon- April
New begging, love, blessing
Herbs: basil, chives, dragons blood, geranium, thistle
Colors: red, gold
Stones: ruby, garnet, sard

Hare moon- may
Cleaning, purification, prosperity
Herbs: dittany of Crete, elder, mint, rose, mugwort, thyme, yarrow
Colors: green, brown, pink
Stones: emerald, malachite, amber, carnelian

Mead moon- June
Survival, wisdom, love
Herbs: skullcap, meadowsweet, vervain, tansy, dog grass, parsley, mosses
Colors: orange, gold green
Stones:topaz, agate, alexandrite, fluorite


Hay moon- July
Peace, truth, justice
Herbs: honeysuckle, agrimony, lemon balm, hyssop
Colors: silver, blue grey
Stones: pearl, moonstone, agate

Corn moon- august
Protection, opportunity
Herbs: chamomile, st johnswort, bay, Angelica, fennel, rue, orange
Colors: yellow, gold
Stones: cats eye, carnelian, jasper, fire agate

Harvest moon- September
Harvest, divination
Herbs: Copal, fennel, rye, wheat, valerian, skullcap
Colors: brown, yellow green, yellow
Stones: periot, olivine, chrysolite, citrine

Blood moon -October
Purification, underworld
Herbs: pennyroyal, thyme, catnip, UVA ursi, Angelica, burdock
Colors: dark blue, green
Stones: opal, tourmaline, beryl, turquoise

Snow moon- November
Peace, happiness, skills
Herbs: grains of paradise, verbena, Betony, borage, cinquefoil, blessed thistle
Colors: grey, sea green
Stones: topaz, hyacinth, lapis lazuli

Cold moon- December
Success, prosperity, the fates
Herbs. Holly, ivy, fir, mistletoe
Colors: red, white, black
Stones: serpentine, jacinth, peridot

* New Moon Magic *

The new moon is for starting new ventures, new beginnings. Also love and romance, health or job hunting.
The energy of the dark moon is useful for working magick against attackers, and for understanding your own angers and passions. Also for rituals designed to bring justice to bear in very negative situations. Also use the new moon for love spells, job hunting, and healing.

* Waxing Moon Magic *

Use the waxing moon for constructive magick, such as llove spells, magic for wealth and success, courage, friendship, luck or good health.
* Full Moon Magic *

Prime time for rituals for prophecy, protection, divination. Any working that needs extra power, such as help finding a new job or healing for serious conditions, can be done now. Also for love, gaining sacred knowledge, legal matters, attracting money and prophetic dreams.

* Waning Moon Magic *

he waning moon is used for banishing magic, for ridding oneself of addictions, illness or negativity.

* Dark Moon Magic *

The dark moon is a time for ridding oneself of bad habits, Binding spells, for exploring our darkest recesses and understanding our angers and passions. Also it is a time of bringing justice.

-I learned this info from Conway and Cunningham.

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Crossing powder

the-darkest-of-lights:

1 oz. powdered wormwood
1/2 oz. powder pine needles
1/4 oz graveyard dirt
1 tbsp guinea pepper
1 dram of crossing oil
4 oz talc

Crossing oil

Mix equal parts wormwood, pepper wort , of this mixture put 2 tbsp in two oz of oil. Optional add a small piece of ground ivy root to each bottle.

1/8 Fl. Oz =1 dram


— Ray T. Malbrough

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necro-mance:

"Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the East - powers of air and invention! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the South - powers of fire and feeling! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the West - powers of water and intuition! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the North - powers of mother and earth! Hear us!"
The Craft (1996)

necro-mance:

"Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the East - powers of air and invention! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the South - powers of fire and feeling! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the West - powers of water and intuition! Hear us! Hail to the Guardians of the Watchtowers of the North - powers of mother and earth! Hear us!"

The Craft (1996)

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the-darkest-of-lights:

~The Basics of Potion Making~
Many have heard of potions but aren’t sure about the making of a potion and what it Intel’s. a potion may represent an abstract quality, or inspire the mind to some significant awareness, or sooth the body to a state of well being, according to their concoction. When making a potion one has to put into account the meaning and use of the herbs used in the creation.
The creation of a potion can be as simple as making tea to as difficult as baking a soufflé . With potions there is an array of ingredients and magical correspondences one can use.
•Herbs -medicinal qualities  -magical qualities  •crystals •alcohol  •water •tinctures  • time of day •day of the week •planetary correspondences  •elemental correspondences  •lunar phase
 There are a few different directions you can go in the making of a potion.
Tincture (Philters) potion
First crush the herb material with a mortar and pestle .
With the creation of a tincture you use a large mason jar and fill it 3/4 full of the chosen herbs then full the remaining space with 70 proof alcohol (vodka or rum). Then keep in a dark place for two weeks shaking it twice daily. After the two weeks strain out the plant matter and keep the remaining liquid in a dark bottle.
~when you wish to use it. Use a dropper and mix 2 drops of the condensed liquid to a cup of distilled water.
 Crystal Elixir  You can make a crystal elixir in your water bottle for the day for example for healing your can add amethyst, carnelian and agate or you can add crystals to your herbal potions the same way as the water method. Tho you can’t add any crystal because some crystals are poisonous, I suggest that you do thorough research on the crystals you choose to use. So you don’t accidentally Poison your self.  –Steep a stone in water for a measured amount of time in sunlight or moon light. You may leave the stone in the liquid and renew the fluid as necessary. Make sure the stone is scrubbed clean and rinsed well before you use it. Also make sure you have cleansed the stone of any foreign energy by any chosen method.
 Herbal Elixir –An herbal elixir is a liquid that contains properties of planetary energies, because of the inclusion of herbs possessing the chosen plants equivalent vibrations. In an elixir, the herbs are blended with the physical, astral, and spiritual which all three levels are balanced. Thus all three are affected when the elixir is used. An alcohol based substance such as brandy in which you will place the herbs to extract the “sulphur” (astral qualities of the herb).
-How To: —Place 1 pint of brandy in a small enamel or glass sausepan and bring to a simmer. Simmer with the pan covered until you have reduced the liquid alcohol by half. Then turn the heat off.
—Pour the reduced alcohol into a dark, wide mouth jar. Now add 1/2 cup of your chosen dried herbs or 1 cup fresh herbs to the reduced alcohol in the jar and seal it. The alcohol is considered “mercury” (spiritual qualities of the herbs used)
—Keep the herbs and alcohol in your sealed jar in a slightly warm place for about 2 weeks.
—At this point strain the mixture until it is clear and has no particles of herb left in it.
— take the herbs that you have strained out for the last step in the process( store in a dark wide mouth jar) allow the herbs to completely dry . This may take a few days. When they are dry, place them in a fire resistant dish and ignite them. Allow the herbs to burn to ash.
–Next place the ashes in their fire resistant dish over the low flame of a Bunsen burner and heat the ashes to a red glow while grinding them occasionally. This produces “salt” (Physical qualities of the herb)
–mix the “salt” back into the liquid in your dark jar and store the mixture again in its worm place. Let it sit for another 2 weeks.
–after that time, pour the liquid off, leaving the solid matter in the jar and seal it.  –allow it to sit another 2 weeks then open the jar and allow any moisture to evaporate.  –after the elixir completely drys scrape it into an air tight container.
—you can certainly save the liquid that you removed from the solid matter and use it in a bath, or discard it, you may pour it into a running stream to disperse your desires into the univers.
~when you wish to use the elixir , mix 1/4 tsp of dry elixir with 2 cups water and take it internally over a weeks period prior to your magical working.
 Fluid condensers  An herbal condenser is not dimple to prepare than an elixir but can be used in similar ways.
–first take a large handful of an herb or herbal combination and place it in a small glass or enamel pot. Cover the herbs with distilled water.  –let the mixture simmer for 20 minutes with the pot covered. Turn off the heat and allow your mixture to cool, leavening the pot covered.  –when it is cool, strain out the herbs and return the liquid to the pot again. Summer with the lid on until the liquid has boiled down to Half.  – cool the liquid again and mix it with grain alcohol equal to the volume of the liquid.  –now add 10 flakes of gold and stir.  Bottle it in a dark amber or blue bottle to keep any light from touching the liquid and store in a cool dark place.
~when your wish to use the condenser, shake it first, then drink a liqueur glass full each day for a week prior to your rite.
—When you wish to begin your potion making I suggest that you put lots of thought into your process, so you can work the herbs powers to there extent. The day , the time, the amount, and the season all play rolls in this art.
 • if there are any questions my ask is always open.
~The Darkest of Lights
 Sources: Arin Murphy Hiscock Scott Cunningham  Karen Harrison Ann Moura

the-darkest-of-lights:

~The Basics of Potion Making~

Many have heard of potions but aren’t sure about the making of a potion and what it Intel’s. a potion may represent an abstract quality, or inspire the mind to some significant awareness, or sooth the body to a state of well being, according to their concoction. When making a potion one has to put into account the meaning and use of the herbs used in the creation.

The creation of a potion can be as simple as making tea to as difficult as baking a soufflé . With potions there is an array of ingredients and magical correspondences one can use.

•Herbs
-medicinal qualities
-magical qualities
•crystals
•alcohol
•water
•tinctures
• time of day
•day of the week
•planetary correspondences
•elemental correspondences
•lunar phase


There are a few different directions you can go in the making of a potion.

Tincture (Philters) potion

First crush the herb material with a mortar and pestle .

With the creation of a tincture you use a large mason jar and fill it 3/4 full of the chosen herbs then full the remaining space with 70 proof alcohol (vodka or rum). Then keep in a dark place for two weeks shaking it twice daily. After the two weeks strain out the plant matter and keep the remaining liquid in a dark bottle.

~when you wish to use it. Use a dropper and mix 2 drops of the condensed liquid to a cup of distilled water.


Crystal Elixir
You can make a crystal elixir in your water bottle for the day for example for healing your can add amethyst, carnelian and agate or you can add crystals to your herbal potions the same way as the water method. Tho you can’t add any crystal because some crystals are poisonous, I suggest that you do thorough research on the crystals you choose to use. So you don’t accidentally Poison your self.
–Steep a stone in water for a measured amount of time in sunlight or moon light. You may leave the stone in the liquid and renew the fluid as necessary. Make sure the stone is scrubbed clean and rinsed well before you use it. Also make sure you have cleansed the stone of any foreign energy by any chosen method.


Herbal Elixir
–An herbal elixir is a liquid that contains properties of planetary energies, because of the inclusion of herbs possessing the chosen plants equivalent vibrations. In an elixir, the herbs are blended with the physical, astral, and spiritual which all three levels are balanced. Thus all three are affected when the elixir is used. An alcohol based substance such as brandy in which you will place the herbs to extract the “sulphur” (astral qualities of the herb).

-How To:
—Place 1 pint of brandy in a small enamel or glass sausepan and bring to a simmer. Simmer with the pan covered until you have reduced the liquid alcohol by half. Then turn the heat off.

—Pour the reduced alcohol into a dark, wide mouth jar. Now add 1/2 cup of your chosen dried herbs or 1 cup fresh herbs to the reduced alcohol in the jar and seal it. The alcohol is considered “mercury” (spiritual qualities of the herbs used)

—Keep the herbs and alcohol in your sealed jar in a slightly warm place for about 2 weeks.

—At this point strain the mixture until it is clear and has no particles of herb left in it.

— take the herbs that you have strained out for the last step in the process( store in a dark wide mouth jar) allow the herbs to completely dry . This may take a few days. When they are dry, place them in a fire resistant dish and ignite them. Allow the herbs to burn to ash.

–Next place the ashes in their fire resistant dish over the low flame of a Bunsen burner and heat the ashes to a red glow while grinding them occasionally. This produces “salt”
(Physical qualities of the herb)

–mix the “salt” back into the liquid in your dark jar and store the mixture again in its worm place. Let it sit for another 2 weeks.

–after that time, pour the liquid off, leaving the solid matter in the jar and seal it.
–allow it to sit another 2 weeks then open the jar and allow any moisture to evaporate.
–after the elixir completely drys scrape it into an air tight container.

—you can certainly save the liquid that you removed from the solid matter and use it in a bath, or discard it, you may pour it into a running stream to disperse your desires into the univers.

~when you wish to use the elixir , mix 1/4 tsp of dry elixir with 2 cups water and take it internally over a weeks period prior to your magical working.


Fluid condensers
An herbal condenser is not dimple to prepare than an elixir but can be used in similar ways.

–first take a large handful of an herb or herbal combination and place it in a small glass or enamel pot. Cover the herbs with distilled water.
–let the mixture simmer for 20 minutes with the pot covered. Turn off the heat and allow your mixture to cool, leavening the pot covered.
–when it is cool, strain out the herbs and return the liquid to the pot again. Summer with the lid on until the liquid has boiled down to Half.
– cool the liquid again and mix it with grain alcohol equal to the volume of the liquid.
–now add 10 flakes of gold and stir.
Bottle it in a dark amber or blue bottle to keep any light from touching the liquid and store in a cool dark place.

~when your wish to use the condenser, shake it first, then drink a liqueur glass full each day for a week prior to your rite.

—When you wish to begin your potion making I suggest that you put lots of thought into your process, so you can work the herbs powers to there extent. The day , the time, the amount, and the season all play rolls in this art.


• if there are any questions my ask is always open.

~The Darkest of Lights


Sources:
Arin Murphy Hiscock
Scott Cunningham
Karen Harrison
Ann Moura

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claudialala:

Incense Cones: Tutorial

I recently discovered the simple process of making incense cones, which gives me another way to use our abundance of Western Sage. They burn slowly and smell heavenly.

To make incense sticks, cones, molds, or trails, you first must begin with a finely powdered incense mixture called Makko.Ingredients Needed:
Makko powder (approximately  60-70%)
Incense Resin (I used dried sage but plan on trying pine tree bark in my next batch), ground into a fine powder

Directions:
1. Grind each of your incense ingredients into a fine powder.



2. Sift your powder through a flour sifter, and combine all ingredients into a bowl.
 

 
3. Add Makko Powder, mix.
 

 
 4. Add warm water, a little at a time. Knead your mixture as you work, creating a thick paste.


 5. Continue to knead. You should be able to make roll your dough into a ball. Slowly add more water if the dough is too dry but do so very carefully because too much water quickly makes the mix too soupy and unworkable. Continue to knead.


 6. Let dough sit overnight with a damp, covered with a damp towel.

7. Knead to dough again, adding more water if necessary.

8. Begin to shape your dough into cones. If  you like, you can create mini molds with paper.



9. Dry the cones by standing them up on a wax-paper covered board. Place the whole thing in a paper bag and scrunch closed. As soon as the outside of the cones are dry you can turn them on their sides to dry the bottom and inside. Check and turn several times daily. Note: an added bonus of working with makko is that if your sticks, cones, or molds don’t burn well for any reason, you can simply grind it all back into powder again, adjust, test, wet, knead, form, dry, burn and enjoy – no waste! Have Fun!

http://www.liveinart.org/2012/07/incense-cones-tutorial.html

claudialala:

Incense Cones: Tutorial

imageI recently discovered the simple process of making incense cones, which gives me another way to use our abundance of Western Sage. They burn slowly and smell heavenly.

To make incense sticks, cones, molds, or trails, you first must begin with a finely powdered incense mixture called Makko.

Ingredients Needed:
Makko powder (approximately  60-70%)
Incense Resin (I used dried sage but plan on trying pine tree bark in my next batch), ground into a fine powder
Directions:
1. Grind each of your incense ingredients into a fine powder.
image
2. Sift your powder through a flour sifter, and combine all ingredients into a bowl.
 
image
 
3. Add Makko Powder, mix.
 
image
 

4. Add warm water, a little at a time. Knead your mixture as you work, creating a thick paste.
image

5. Continue to knead. You should be able to make roll your dough into a ball. Slowly add more water if the dough is too dry but do so very carefully because too much water quickly makes the mix too soupy and unworkable. Continue to knead.
image

6. Let dough sit overnight with a damp, covered with a damp towel.
7. Knead to dough again, adding more water if necessary.
8. Begin to shape your dough into cones. If  you like, you can create mini molds with paper.
image
9. Dry the cones by standing them up on a wax-paper covered board. Place the whole thing in a paper bag and scrunch closed. As soon as the outside of the cones are dry you can turn them on their sides to dry the bottom and inside. Check and turn several times daily.

Note: an added bonus of working with makko is that if your sticks, cones, or molds don’t burn well for any reason, you can simply grind it all back into powder again, adjust, test, wet, knead, form, dry, burn and enjoy – no waste!

Have Fun!

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tarot-sybarite:

The Self-Healing Tarot Spread can be a powerful tool for exploring our past traumas that may be preventing us from growing in the present. It does this by exploring the areas in our lives that remain fixed. These are the circumstances that occurred in our past that remain unresolved and remain as emotional blocks. Often, these are the scars that we carry from painful experiences from our past that shape how we perceive the world and interrelate with those around us. If you find yourself in repetitive painful relationships for example, the Self Healing Tarot Spread can help to identify the cause as well as provide a path towards healing, growth and spiritual awareness.
When attempting this tarot spread, it’s always important to be aware of your surroundings. You want to make sure that you are in an environment where you feel safe and relaxed. It’s also important that you have allotted enough time to practice this tarot spread without any interruption. Be sure to give yourself time for introspection and to process through any emotions or memories that may come up during your tarot reading.
First Card – What is my greatest emotional block, trauma or issue from the past that is preventing me from moving forward?Second Card – How has my emotional block affected my past relationships?Third Card – How is my emotional block currently affecting my personal growth and my relationships with others in the present?Fourth Card – What new things about myself can be learned from this exploration?  Fifth Card – What actions, emotional or otherwise, can I take to get past my emotional blocks to encourage growth and self-healing?Sixth Card – What is the guiding spiritual lesson I have learned through this exploration?

tarot-sybarite:

The Self-Healing Tarot Spread can be a powerful tool for exploring our past traumas that may be preventing us from growing in the present. It does this by exploring the areas in our lives that remain fixed. These are the circumstances that occurred in our past that remain unresolved and remain as emotional blocks. Often, these are the scars that we carry from painful experiences from our past that shape how we perceive the world and interrelate with those around us. If you find yourself in repetitive painful relationships for example, the Self Healing Tarot Spread can help to identify the cause as well as provide a path towards healing, growth and spiritual awareness.

When attempting this tarot spread, it’s always important to be aware of your surroundings. You want to make sure that you are in an environment where you feel safe and relaxed. It’s also important that you have allotted enough time to practice this tarot spread without any interruption. Be sure to give yourself time for introspection and to process through any emotions or memories that may come up during your tarot reading.

First Card – What is my greatest emotional block, trauma or issue from the past that is preventing me from moving forward?
Second Card – How has my emotional block affected my past relationships?
Third Card – How is my emotional block currently affecting my personal growth and my relationships with others in the present?
Fourth Card – What new things about myself can be learned from this exploration?  
Fifth Card – What actions, emotional or otherwise, can I take to get past my emotional blocks to encourage growth and self-healing?
Sixth Card – What is the guiding spiritual lesson I have learned through this exploration?

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