Radiant Red

RED Key words: Life, energy, enthusiasm, vitality, passionate, intense, desire, anger, danger. Red is the color of roses … and the color of apples … and the color of … blood! Yikes! But while our initial vision of blood might be the gore we see in the movies, when you think about it, all of

Beautiful Blue

BLUE Key words: Cool, dispassionate, peace, contentment, heaven, truth, loyalty, sincerity, harmony, ‘as above, so below.’ There is no greater calming force than to sit on a beach and gaze at the vastness of the ocean meeting the freedom of the the sky. Even though there appears to be a dividing line of color at

Peaceful Purple

PURPLE Key words: Spirituality, insight, intuitiveness, royalty, sacred connection to the divine. Visualize a rainbow. At the far end of the spectrum is purple. It’s also the color that is least seen when the rainbow is weak and incomplete. We can equate this with our own spirituality. When our own energy field is weak, we

Outstanding Orange

Key words: Warm, determined, authoritative, energtic, action; Compassion, harmony, sociability, harvest Imagine yourself on a beach at sunset. An orange ball of flames sits on the horizon, it’s dominance in nature allows it to fill the sky with color. This majestic sight, all at once, inspires awe at the determination with which it presents itself,

Gracious Green

Keywords: Growth, abundance, renewal. Look around you. Green is growing. Trees are growing. Plants are growing. They grow as a part of the cycle of life. After a drought, or after a long hot summer, and a long windter to supply the earth with nourashment (water = emotion) we see the sprouting of new growth,

Spirituality of Communication

Tarot reflection for the week of Feb. 3, 2008 Card: Two of Cups Deck: Universal Waite (Pocket Edition) Well how fascinating. This is my 7th ‘weekly reflection’ and 3 times out of those 7 times I have drawn the Two of Cups. There is a lesson here. Every week, before drawing a card, I ask

Yummy Yellow

Yellow is the color of the 3rd (solar plexus) chakra. This chakra allows us to direct our personal power. The symbol (and tarot card) associated with yellow is “The Sun.” So, think about how you feel when the sun soaks into your skin on a beautiful day. It’s warm and inviting, making you feel light-hearted,

Tend to your Garden

Tarot Inspired Reflection For the week of Jan. 27. 2008 The King of Pentacles is a person who has become defined by nothing more than his or her earthly existence. S/he is so focused on material wealth that, in the vein of “Chauncy Gardniner” (a character in the film “Being There”) s/he has ‘left the

The Power of Mana

Tarot Reflection for the Week of Jan. 20, 2008 Once again we have the two of cups. Things are so divisive in the world, the fact that we are all connected, on some level, can\’t help but affect us. It affects our relationships with strangers, our co-workers, our family, but most importantly — ourselves. Sometimes

Beauty of Black

Black is not a color, it’s the absence of color. Black absorbs light, light creates color. Black is ruled by Saturn. Saturn is ruled by the element of earth and is structured, disciplined and responsible. It can also be limiting. When interpreting black in a card, consider not only the aspect or item that is