Weekly Guided Insight March 9th - March 15 2015 - Reading & Resources







COURAGE- WORRY - FEAR

Let Courage be your pathway this week to see you through the illusions created out of Fear.




Tarot is a life long evolving practice and a connection with the divine. A unity between the human and the universe, consciousness and spirit and the duality that is interchangeable. I found this lovely channel through a fellow Youtuber, and I fell in love. Every video is full of heart, rawness and great content. In particular the video I am sharing is Kelly Anne’s spread on using the Tarot as an aid in Shadow work and spreads she has used. I have only tried one of them and it has resulted in such profound deepening into my practice I knew I wanted to share it here.




My second resource is one that has shown up in many ways in my life including from my Goddess Oracle deck readings during the last New Moon cycle. It is a wikipedia link to the Triple Goddesses. Apart from learning to connect with them through many cards and perceptions, the mythology behind it is fascinating as is the continuing power that they have in modern life.



In love and in psychological growth, the key to success is the ability to endure the tension of the opposites without abandoning the process, and that this tension allows one to grow and to transform – Carl Jung

I am lastly recommending a fantastic documentary that I watched on Carl Jung.
There was a great deal of insight into the human unconsciousness and consciousness an idea on archetypes and myth and how to use them in life to give it meaning and a plethora of stories about Jung and his life and great love of work. I found it to be insightful, and provocative at times, yet a fantastic look into a man who brought a
lot to humanity, and continues to do so.

A Matter of the Heart


Love and Light ~ Blair xxx

Blair Mirth

Blair is a Pagan Loving, Earth magic maverick with a love for Tarot, poetry, Herbs, Creative Writing and Learning. Here you will find all manner of magical tips, techniques, interviews and sharings

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