A Year with the Goddesses…

It’s amazing how time flies… It only seems like yesterday that I was contacting Lyn Thurman to talk about writing for Soul Path Magazine…

Yet a couple of days ago I was submitting a piece on Hsi Wang Mu for the forthcoming issue… which will be my 13th…

Here are the faces I’ve met over the last 12 months…

It’s been a pleasure…

From the Hand of Sedna…

For February, my article for  Soul Path Magazine focused on Sedna and journeys…

So, firstly grab your weapon of choice… mine just happens to be tarot, but you can use an oracle if you choose…

Find yourself a nice big space… My cards are pretty big so I found the floor to be ideal.

Seat yourself comfortably and take a few minutes to focus on your breath and when it falls into a natural easy rhythm, take your cards and swirl them around and whilst you swirl, think about your own journey, where you are now and where you want to be and whilst you are thinking, start to form the cards into the shape of a hand.

Once you have your hand shape in place, sit to pause and focus back into your breathing and then when you are ready pull some of the cards away from each digit as though they have been severed, to give 5 piles, and then turn over the top card that has appeared from the break.

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Cards used ~ Tarot in the Land of Mystereum (c) Jordan Hoggard 2010

Consider the following questions:

THUMB: What seemingly impossible dream can you set out to reach right now, if you harness your energy and allow it to express into the world?

INDEX FINGER: How can you tap into your own spirituality to manifest changes in your own life, which will be inspirational to others?

MIDDLE FINGER: How do you overcome obstacles on your journey whilst also maintaining harmonious relationships?

RING FINGER: In the name of creative expression… What would you risk your life for?

PINKY: What inner resources do you have to call on to combat a sense of defeat?

Again, return your focus to your breathing and when you are ready, approach this final question:

When you drop judgement and notions of right and wrong and replace that by acknowledging, accepting and taking responsibility for the choices that you have made…

What potential for growth and transformation does that bring into your life on mind, body and spirit levels?

To read this  in full and more great articles by a host of talented people,

check out Soul Path Magazine

It’s a massive 57 pages this month …