Each Thursday I choose one reader's comment from Intuitive Tuesday and pull an additional card for more clarity...so check back on Thursday to see what cards come up.
Today’s card comes from the Gilded Tarot by Ciro Marchetti and Barbara Moore. It is a card of overflowing emotions, celebrations with family and friends, and a time to rejoice and have fun.
If it sounds familiar, it's because it was out Intuitive Tuesday card in mid-January. For more details about this card, click here. In addition, you'll see another artistic rendition of this beautiful card.
The Three of Cups is a perfect card for this time of year. Spring is a time of celebrations to mark beginnings and endings including both graduation and weddings (among many others).
It's not surprising that it came up today to remind us to step into this exciting and fun energy and realize how important it is to get together with family and friends and celebrate important times in our lives.
Because I pulled this card recently, I wanted to pull an additional card from the Messages of Life deck by Mario Duguay. These cards are so beautiful and have deep, meaningful messages accompanying the artwork.You can click here to check it out or go to your local (metaphysical) bookstore.
Today's card is Simplicity...which I also thought was fitting for today. As we move into this time of celebrations, it's easy to get caught up in what must be done to prepare for a successful event...that we can lose sight of the fact that it is supposed to be fun!
Here is the message from the card in case it's hard to read:
It is useless to complicate anything. I cease to view life as a burden and to fall into the chaos that the mind creates. I choose to simplify my life and rise above the ego that seeks always to understand, prove, control, and separate me from the things that are of the Light. All that I undertake, I do with humility and an open heart. As through the eyes of a child, I discover life with wonder and simplicity.I think our message today is simple: Have fun, relax...and keep it simple!