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Card of the Day: King of Wands (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Cinnamon: "Stimulant. Astringent. Carminative. Aromatic. Used for coldness, poor digestion, raising general body metabolism." Hold your fire today. Turn it inward and allow personal projects you haven't given voice to publicly to be nurtured and grown. You don't need to toot your own horn today... you can be proud simply by living your life, genuinely and authentically. It isn't about how much you earn; it's about honoring where your passions lie and pursuing them with your whole heart. This is not an external thing. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Upheaval. It happens. Links that are currently helping me through the doubt and uncertain that comes with it.
On select Fridays, I'll be posting a few links that are currently rocking my world. Links that are currently rocking my face off, with a slant on upheaval: and dealing with it when shit goes down (especially the shit you don’t want to go down). Some are my own, to make me remember times where I had doubts before, and how I got through them (or didn’t). Paige Z. on clinging onto what works: "Find something — anything — that keeps you from...
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Card of the Day: The Chariot (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Cyperus: "Cyperus regulates the energy of the whole body. It is used for moodiness, gas, symptoms that come and go, and menstrual irregularities." A day of extremes in which you feel like there is no forward movement happening with all the back and forth you're experiencing. It really does feel like for every step you take forward, you eventually need to go 5 steps back. Keep in mind that though you are feeling this way, doesn't mean that progress isn't happening in some form. Right and wrong/black and white: these are polarities; extremes. Life rarely is all this or all that. It is a subtle ebb and flow, more often than not. Perhaps you need a dose of routine or normality to gain back perspective; perhaps you may be tending toward the extreme today. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Card of the Day: The Tower (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Garlic: "Garlic's strong odor will cut through most blockages and obstacles, thus it is the herb of breakthroughs. A stimulant, an aromatic, a carminative, a tonic and an emmenagogue, it is used for digestive and circulatory problems and lung and bronchial infections." The shit has already hit the fan, and it is your turn or choice now to figure out the reason why. Maybe it had nothing to do with you. Maybe it had everything to do with you. Perhaps it is atonement for the past, and perhaps the world really is as random as we think it is. Sometimes it matters not what happened, but how we choose to react or move forward from the unexpected or the disagreeable. This situation could be a breakthrough for you instead of a breakdown... if you let it be.

“Our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks.”―Samuel Johnson #quotes #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Card of the Day: 5 of Cups [Herbal Tarot]: Horsetail: "Diuretic. Astringent. Alterative used for inflammatory urinary tract disorders, also for arthritic and rheumatic complaints." The card of regret and remorse. Past actions can dictate present ones, both good and bad... mistakes made cannot be undone, but they can be healed and atoned for. A day for looking into the past, but also a day of moving forward from it. We all make mistakes: we wouldn't be human without a few regretful actions. Should the emphasis be on those mistakes, or how we recover from them? That is your choice. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Birthday: 34th. My car: RIP. And other things in the "this too shall pass" column in the newest #tarotbyhilary blog.
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Card of the Day: 7 of Pentacles [Herbal Tarot]: Rhubarb: "Laxative. Astringent. The root is used to promote bowel movement, relieve blood in the stool, aid digestion." I often see this card as showing the first signs of previous effort. This is a card that says "well done! but there's still more to do." It is a card of success, yes, but also the next stage of preparation. Just because you've had a bumper crop doesn't mean you don't continue to plow and till the soil for next year's garden. We rarely have the time to revel in our accomplishments before the next task for us appears. That doesn't mean we shouldn't celebrate... but it does mean that there is usually more to be done. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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interesting stuff, had some friends were into the card unfortunately I don't...stumble onto your page and here we're...maybe you would like do a reading for me sometime if that is possible...thank you kindly keep up the good work Hilary
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Card of the Day: Ace of Swords (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Chamomile: "Calmative. Antispasmodic. Digestant. Mild aperient. Used for all feelings of stress, nervous tension, indigestion, colic, irregular bowels, cramps. High in easily assimilable calcium." Thwarted effort. Stay in the moment, even when it is painful... don't run from a teachable moment. There is red tape to be cut through, but first the understanding of why you are in this predicament must come before you can turn this card right side up and proceed. Don't cut cords rashly today. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Card of the Day: The High Priestess (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Peony: "Peony is the herb of intuition. An antispasmodic and emmenagogue, peony is commonly used in gynecology. The root promotes internal circulation and relieves spasms." Your self-esteem may have taken a hit recently, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take pride in who you are or your work anymore. Everyone feels the sting of doubt and not being good enough. Everyone suffers from insecurity. You can't be right all the time, but that doesn't mean you're wrong all the time either! Be gentle with yourself today. You're feeling more delicate and vulnerable than normal, but go with that feeling.... don't deny it. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Card of the Day: Temperance [Herbal Tarot]: Echinacea: "Echinacea is an herb of purification that stimulates the body's innate defenses. It 'tempers' heat, and as a tonic it regulates all inflammatory processes. This herbal antibiotic can be used every two hours for any infected, inflamed condition." It is possible to find that elusive balance you are seeking completely by accident. In this depiction of the Temperance card, it seems that the figure is stumbling onto the healing water of a pond rather than actively seeking it consciously. How can this misstep relate to your life in the way of healing and balance? You just may stumble upon something that may be a solution to your latest crisis. You may find an oasis in a surprising place. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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Card of the Day: King of Wands (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Cinnamon: "Stimulant. Astringent. Carminative. Aromatic. Used for coldness, poor digestion, raising general body metabolism." A blockage in planning too far ahead. Can this be a blessing in disguise that keeps you rooted in the present moment? The King of Wands is a man of action, prone to externalizing his thoughts into actions, and seeming to figure out the best plan of action after he's already put things in motion. Today, that King of Wands energy is being rethought... maybe it really IS better to think things through with yourself, quietly aloud alone in a room if you have to, rather than proceeding with reckless abandon and worrying about the consequences later. Minimize the bluster and flailing by making a plan first, and then following through. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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LATE Card of the Day: 4 of Swords (reversed) [Herbal Tarot]: Mullein: "Expectorant. Demulcent. Anti-inflammatory. Anti-spasmodic. Used for all upper respiratory complaints. Relieves mucus congestion. Topically relieves pain. Mild calmative." Deep breaths. Rest is good, but when there is too much rest, there is disorientation and complacency. The reversal of this card indicates it is time to wake up to reality. Sometimes the safety of dreams is an illusion, which blurs the lines between dreaming and waking. If you have been seeking escapism in sleep, it is time to wake up: because restful sleep isn't possible when something this big is weighing on your mind. #tarot #cardoftheday #herbaltarot
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