Tarot Reading for 2019: Ace of Wands Tarot
The Ace of Wands Meaning
“A whole new world of possibility is opening up for you. The Ace of Wands offers you encouragement to follow your heart and live your passion. Use that creative energy and passion to take the first step. Listen to your instincts and follow your gut.”
Every year we consider making a major change, but life’s many distractions can lead us astray from the goals we set for ourselves. These energetic blockages are common as of late, but now it’s time to let this be the year of opportunity.
The Ace of Wands’ love is an encouragement, an impetus, and your reason to pursue whatever it is that you have felt a calling to act upon.
It’s ok if you’re not sure what that calling is, but know that the time has come to tackle something fulfilling. The energy to start this quest in the past may have laid dormant, but now the time has come to put it to proper use.
If the task at hand seems daunting, don’t be afraid to ask for help or resources — no one is able to achieve a lofty goal all on their own. But don’t waste time, as the Ace of Wands future portends a large payoff for those who act on it.
Let 2019 be the year you explore or strengthen a spiritual practice, act on a business endeavor, or reach out to someone you’ve been wanting to cultivate a relationship with. The potential that lies within you is greater than you know, and it’s ready to be unleashed.
Videos to Boost Your Potential in the New Year
1. Ben Stewart explains how we can rise above the wanton destruction of our world and access our hidden potential. The seeds of our super-humanism have already been planted within each of us. The keys to unlocking this potential can be found within meditation and movement. This is how we can begin to decode reality, get in touch with the information from the natural world and recover optimal health.
2. Gregg Braden lays out four things we can do to adapt our lifestyles to these changing times and thrive in the world that is to come. With the ever quickening pace of life in the modern world, it can be difficult to not succumb to the temptation of ease and convenience provided by a lifestyle that would eventually prove disastrous for a healthy state of wellbeing. However, there are simple changes we can enact which will enable us to embrace these volatile times and thrive in a new world of our own conscious creating.
3. Improving self-esteem can be the secret ingredient to live life to its fullest. Elden Taylor talks about the inner talk we all have and how you can begin to shift this innermost dialogue to make a difference in your life. He offers stories of people who have primed their minds to make positive changes in their lives and explains how we can best make use of the hard-wired connection between our minds and our limitless potential.
4. For many generations, researchers have been trying to unravel the nature of human thought.
“I think, therefore I am” – but, what are thoughts? Just some fleeting void? Or a huge, scarcely researched secret of life? Plan, act, react – what lies behind the game of life? What animates and drives our thoughts, and what are the effects of thoughts?
Thoughts are invisible, but they have a great effect – evidently reaching beyond our own bodies. Through thought we influence our environment and are influenced by it. The latest research confirms what ancient wisdom told us: our responsibility also embraces the inner world. Through each decision we direct the course of our lives and decide our fate. The power of thought – the fire of the soul – makes us human.
Chinese Zodiac Animals Complete Guide: The Race of Twelve
People can rarely guess this by looking at me, but I am half Chinese, and very proud of it! What an incredibly complex and colorful culture to claim as part of my own; the richness of the Chinese traditions and customs can be credited with many amazing advancements dating before America was even a twinkle in the world’s eye. One such aspect is the Chinese Zodiac containing the twelve animals that make up the cycle of our years past, present, and future.
Growing up, my grandmother instructed me, my brother, and my cousins in the way of traditions that have been passed down generation after generation. Usually, we’d gather around her home during Chinese New Year and welcome the new animal of the year (this year, 2014, is the Horse, which is my animal! Power to the Horses.).
We celebrated with a pyramid of oranges, red envelopes called li shis, delicious candies like sweet lotus root, and many a decoration in the shade of the Chinese lucky color, red. Of course, being a kid, I was most interested in the candied fruit, but the stories did grab my attention enough for me to be fascinated by the story of how the animals came to be in the Zodiac.
12 Chinese Zodiac Animals
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