In the beginning of the week we have the 4 of Swords. This card is about getting enough rest. Take some time out to take a nap, do some deep stretching, take a nice long bath, go out in nature, etc. Do anything that is rejuvenating for you.
Practice sitting in silence and being the observer to any thoughts or emotions that come up. Be as nonjudgmental with your thoughts as possible, but also don’t get involved with them. Just witness them and observe them come and go.
Silent meditation is extremely beneficial for clearing your mind. Especially if you have had a lot of extra psychic “noise” lately; as if your mind is like a radio station that’s tuned to all the stations at once. Clearing your mind will help you to see your life more clearly and just feel a deep sense of calm and peace.
In the middle of the week we have the Hierophant. This card is about tradition and societal norms. Following the rules and sticking with the tried and true is what matters here, rather than trying something new and outside of the box.
There can also be an element of encountering some sort of spiritual teacher or tradition and learning something new. If there is something that feels right to you, or stirs something up for you, don’t just take somebody’s word for it, but find out what is true for you. You don’t have to adopt every belief or concept that you hear about.
At the end of the week we have the Sun. This is a wonderfully positive and optimistic card. It is about being free to express yourself as an individual. Even if you are working within the confines of the Hierophant, there is always a way to keep your freedom of expression and individuality.
Also, the Inner Child wants to come out to play. Do something creative and fun for you. For me, this will probably involve some drawing or painting or writing. When the inspiration hits, you will know.
Overall, this week will be a bit easier than the past few weeks. We just need to remember to get a lot of rest. There will also be some light shed upon how we can integrate our unique perspective and individuality into what is already in place in society in a real and practical way.
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