Maybe the secrets of relationships really are all in the cards
Pen and paper in hand, I sat down to draft an article about shadow work.
And sat and sat.
With all the shadow work I do as a tarot reader, this should be easy. I am practically the Lara Croft of shadow work. Seriously. The cavelike depths of the subconscious, dark and damp, where supposedly nothing lives—but where “nothing” sure makes a racket. We know that there are creatures in the shadows.
And basically, that’s shadow work.
“So Lara Croft”—writing words on paper should be easy. I just have to choose any cave to venture into and write. Any one at all. Just pick something.
I hit a wall. That happens a lot in caves—I mean,
So now, I have questions. What shadow part of myself am I displaying? And what should I write about?
My higher self, efficient as she is, answered both questions with a single tarot card: the reversed Emperor.
I gave the card a “you sly dog” look. Not only does this card represent a theme in celebrity news lately, but the card is also closely tied to my own shadow work.
The reversed Emperor is one of the tarot cards I look for regarding …