I was both pleasantly surprised and a little taken aback by the level of response I had received from the tarot reading for an unknown sitter, both in terms of emails and comments. In all honesty, I believed that no one would actually reply or comment on it. Subsequently, I have decided that this is something that I would like to do on a monthly basis.
So, some time near the beginning of each month, I shall be posting a new reading for an unknown sitter. I may stick to the tarot, although I may mix it up a little and incorporate runes, crystals, scrying or anything else that I feel drawn to at the time, and we will see what happens. As you can see, one of my aims for the year is to allow things to naturally develop on their own rather than attempting to plan and prepare for everything…life is too regimented any way and the free spirit in me doesn’t like it!
So thank you to everyone who has contacted me about it – it is greatly appreciated and I look forward to doing the next one.
The picture above was the view from my back door the other day. There were more birds in the tree but it seems that I disturbed half of their number by taking this photo. Any way, the photo ties into a post that I wrote last year (Crows, Ravens, Jackdaws and Me ), and as I am in a bit of a reflective mood at the moment I thought it was worth revisiting.
I like to think that most things happen for a reason, probably because I like to believe that the world and everything in it makes sense (I can be quite a bit naive ) That being said, the world hardly ever makes sense. And yet still I believe in the seeing of signs or the symbolic meaning of this or that when out for a walk, for example. So my questions to you are:
- Do you look for / notice signs and symbols and do they influence how you react to something?
- Following on from the other post, if you didn’t get round to sharing your thoughts last time, what are your thoughts on the symbolic meanings of crows, ravens and jackdaws?