The Four Queens on Mother’s Day

So today’s Mothers’ Day. I wanted to commemorate this day by talking about how we can mother ourselves and how we can use the Tarot Four Queens to achieve this. The Archetype of the Mother is a very important figure in everyone’s life. It might mean different things to all of us, but I think…

The Inner Quest Part 4 (Kairos)

Kairos as Initiation. The Initiations are powerful cards, indicators of great changes and movement of energies. They are the Great Theme of a lifetime, or the theme of a particular chapter or situation. More than the backdrop or the scenery against which the story is played, Initiations are the driving forces of life, the sudden…

The Inner Quest Part 3 (The Vow)

Hey there!! We continue where we left off. After visiting The Pilgrim, the character of this story, and The Box, the setting where it is taking place. The next step on the Inner Quest Spread is The Tools. The Tools are Archetypes on their own right, but they can also represent an “object”, something that…

The Inner Quest Part 2 (The Box)

Let us continue where we left off yesterday with my reading from The Wild Unknown Archetypes Deck. The Pilgrim card said I was a pilgrim, it said it was my mission to move, to find the new, to experiment. The second card is the Place, the background of my journey, where the story takes place….

The Inner Quest. Part 1. (The Self)

Some days ago, I was looking to work on my addiction to anger, and one of the things I decided to do to work on it, was to do a reading for myself, using The Wild Unknown Archetypes deck. I really loved the deck, ans that’s why I ordered it, but I have had the…

Anima Mundi Archetype (post 2 of 3 (maybe more?))

“You will awaken the unique light within and witness how this light contributes to the radiance of the entire universe. You will sense yourself as a critical note in the cosmic orchestra.” (Krans, 223) What is Anima Mundi? What is the Soul of the World? How could it be related to me? Yesterday I was…

On anger.

Today I did a reading for myself, using the deck of The Wild Unknown Archetypes by Kim Krans. As most people right now, I have been having a difficult time in this quarantine. My reasons might be different, though. I don’t know. I have no problem with isolating myself; in fact, in recent years I…