U.S. Games is happy to be joining in another round of the Tarot Blog Hop. Our wrangler for this round is Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet. She challenged our group to write about “Tarot, Healing and Creativity.”
In Paulina Cassidy’s newest deck (not Tarot), she offers up the idea of choosing two to three of her Witchlings to combine their energy. We offer up this spread to increase your creativity. We chose three Witchlings to serve as the positions of our Tarot spread. You are invited to share what cards you draw and anything you might like to share. There’s even a contest for you.
Spread for Increasing Creativity
- Meditation: The Witchling is Jasmine.
Meditation is not just a journey
But a shedding of worry and stress.
Jasmine attunes her mind often
To keep herself safe from distress.
This spot will show you what type of meditation might benefit you most in terms of your creative processes. Some find chanting the most relaxing while others prefer to zone out to music. Maybe you are a walking meditation type. See what your cards tell you here.
- Wish: Orchid is the Witchling for this card.
Orchid wished for happiness
And then after a short while
Her rain turned sunny
Leaving her face with a smile.
The second Witchling brings you the message of wishing. Creativity is fostered and fed by imagination. What better way to open up our creative channels than with a wish. Draw a card and see where your wishes can take you.
- Relaxation: Petunia is our third and final Witchling.
Like a river, Petunia flows
So relaxed to end her day.
Her mind melds into her spirit
And with her body, drifts away.
Our lovely third Witchling suggest that relaxation is the third way to increase your creativity. Sometimes, the brain just needs an out, right? So what card falls here can suggest some ways to relax and just let go.
Why don’t you draw three cards from your nearest deck now? Share what they are for the positions of Meditation, of Wish and of Relaxation. One comment will be chosen to win their own Witchlings deck.
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