Sitting with my tarot teacher for this year and the next, the Five of Cups.Read More
How do we exercise power in our communities? What is our privilege in these community spaces and how will we use it for those without access to it? How do we hold each other radically accountable- that is, how do we not forsake those of us most powerless for the sake of holding a community together?Read More
The Four of Swords is probably one of the most well-received cards in the Swords' suit. While all the other cards seem to be cutting at some internal battle raging inside you, this card is unique in that it asks you to step back from the battle, take shelter and recover. However, there's a reason that this card belongs in the Swords suit...
Rest is a struggle. So much so that our body will force us to take it even when our minds resist it- fellow insomniacs recognize (and often welcome) that breaking point when your body overpowers your mind and you crash into oblivion.Read More
I'm studying with tarot's own yogi, The Hanged One, looking at the different ways artists have portrayed these stage in The Fool's Journey. Key 12 has much to teach, if we ever find stillness long enough to know it.Read More