Animal Medicine

Prairie Dog Medicine

prairie_dog_medicinePrairie Dog medicine teaches that strength and inspiration can be found by retreating into the stillness that quiets the mind.

There is a lot of anger and angst in the world at the moment, and while I choose not to engage or participate, Prairie Dog medicine has come to me this morning to remind the greater collector that pushing too hard can create resistance, and this resistance does not allow for interaction.

In order to access gifts of inspiration and renewal, we must be at peace with ourselves and rested enough to recognize the blessings being offered. 🙏

My intention for this morning’s reading was to identify the energy for the upcoming month, and how best to work with it – not for myself, but the greater collective, all of us as ONE. 💛

Let Prairie Dog medicine remind us this month that, just as Native American warriors knew, there is a time to charge forward and a time to become invisible.
Do not be so proud and strong in the ego, that you lose your way, become consumed by the fight and forget when to retreat.
Retreat is not failure.
May we all find some peace in our hearts this month.

~ Kerry. Xx
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Holistic Tarot

Debunking Tarot Myths

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Hey, Guys! Today I want to talk about a topic that comes up quite often when discussing Tarot.
Some of the cards in a traditional Tarot deck, particularly the three depicted above, are often perceived as “evil”, “dark”, and even “sinister”… it’s no wonder people still hold such a negative opinion of the Tarot.

Well, to be brutally honest here, there is absolutely NOTHING evil about these cards or the Tarot in its entirety. IN FACT, these cards represent change, opportunities to rebuild, and the temptations that we find ourselves facing!

So, if they’re not evil, what are they then? 💁🏻 From a Holistic perspective;
~ THE TOWER represents the need or opportunity to rebuild, our foundation remains strong but what lies ahead of you is the chance to construct something better.
~ DEATH represent the ending of one cycle and the beginning of a new one. Simply put, Death implies a change – this change could be implied for a situation, a perspective or opinion, emotional changes or physical healing.
~ THE DEVIL represents the conflicts and temptations that we face on our journeys that may create hurdles or detours for us along the way.
~ THE HANGED MAN (not included in the above image) represents the need to take on a new perspective, or from taking on a new perspective a sense of enlightenment has been achieved. This card also represents us abandoning our ego and embracing our connection with our Higher Self and Source energy! 🙏

It is my personal opinion that when these cards appear in a spread, they come as a solution, an opportunity to overcome whatever undesirable solution we may find ourselves in – but as a reminder of Universal Guidance that with all our struggles in life, something even better is waiting on the horizon! ✨🙌

Interested in learning more about Holistic Tarot, and how to use it as a powerful coaching and self-healing tool?? Get in touch with me and let’s connect!! 💕
~ Kerry. Xx
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