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TarotBlogHop ~ Imbolc ~ Sanctuary of Self: Creating the Making

01 Feb

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 Welcome along your BlogHop adventure from Karen Sealey’s Pure & Blessed Tarot blog

Welcome to the Imbolc TarotBlogHop

… where we have this great group of TarotBlogHoppers working with Tarot in their own, unique ways coupled with the theme, “Tarot Healing & Creativity”.  Enjoy the experience of the Tarot Imbolc gifts one and all that you receive on this TarotBlogHop!

Welcome now

The warm-up no longer part of the performance, and the curtain goes up, the mic goes love… ahhh, leave the typo. Love goes well with live.  Welcome to my performance of the TarotBlogHop Imbolc theme

~ “Tarot Healing & Creativity” ~ 

Sanctuary of Self: Creating the Making 

 DAYum! Now, What cards go with what I am about to do?!

by Jordan Hoggard

Imbolc + Architecture + Tarot = Sanctuary of Self: Creating the Making

… where Imbolc can = a Gaelic festival celebrating the Goddess Brighid marking the beginning of spring

… where Architecture can = its Greek roots of arche and techne where arche is the creating, the first-spark of an idea, the inception AND techne is the making, the putting together of that idea in form, the conception.

… where Tarot can = a perpetual well-Spring that naturalizes Self… We are not broken when there is no hole in our soul.  We are whole and complete and resonant relationships enhance our freedom… where rather than armor for protection there is healing born of integrated armor. Integrated armor is health.

So, it is simple, really, what cards go with this?   The Magician’s intense focus for Imbolc,… though isn’t focus somehow formless?  Well, yes, get to the damn blog! ,,, and The High Priestess’ giving form to that formlessness.  Oh, I see, first there must be that formless 1st-spark of full-on focused idea, and then there is the full-on giving of form to that formless.  Though, WHAT ABOUT effin results and fruition!?!  Everything’s process!  Well, everthing is ALL IS about process … Oh, I see, Ye Olde arche – techne game…. and, not to worry… the Empress coming to full term from her Yoniverse of which all else emanates will be there …  So, Imbolc. SpringaComingOn… Hop into your Magician~Priestess~Empress… not to worry.  The Emperor was out on Holiday.

 

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Tarot

Tarot induces the Creating.  We are each the Making always in the making. All similar, each unique. Always complete, never finished… while continually driving consequences expressed in results… results that continually create, so we can make, so we can put things together.  We are Divine, and thus we divine. Tarot cards flash as shooting stars through the mind like…Star light, star bright…

Tarot light, Tarot bright. First Tarot card I see tonight.  I wish I may, I wish I might, divine the wish I have tonight.

Imbolc

Brighid.  

With an image like Joanna Powell Colbert’s at the link… nuff said.

Architecture

Tarot cards can be seen as cardboard Source Magnets.  With Tarot cards the Temple In (Wo)Man is nourished, washed in the ablution of wonderment given form in each turn of a card. With this nourishment from Source we continually heal AS each new cycle of our wholeness. We are each the Creating itself. We are each the Making. We are each the Creating and the Making in and as our Divinity.

May Tarot nourish the highest and lowest of your life-octaves.

May every card back remind you of Source, of potential, of innate talent present.  May every card turned over further assist you to develop your innate talents into effective abilities.

Always complete, Never finished. Each birth is brilliant in its age, in that which came before that is present to nourish and root the now… for flying as high as your roots go deep.  Allow the still waters in your cards running deep and silent flowing to heal your worry and direct your insight to be the heartbeat of every action. Dream while awake with your Tarot cards. Have that instant theosophic vision of the lapis of the card back that when turned over is a dream born and birthing psychic gold. Direct your dreams. Aim your insight outwardly to affect healthy and responsive results.  Water confirms to its cup they say.  Fill the cup around you with aimed insight. Discover a card anew each time you rediscover it by turning it over. Turn each card over and feel the health of 78 Card-Magnets of Source living in the the sanctuary that is you… and further nourishing you each time you do. This is especially helpful to nourish your readings for others. Water your empathy seeds with experience, fresh experience.

Your next stop is Morgan Drake Eckstein’s Gleamings from the Golden Dawn Tarot blog.

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“Adversity does not build character.  It reveals it.” ~ James Lane Allen

“Even in a card with no people, there’s still always one…You, looking in through the portal.” ~ Jordan Hoggard

(c) 2013 Jordan Hoggard

All Mystereum Tarot images (c) 2010 Jordan Hoggard

 
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21 responses to “TarotBlogHop ~ Imbolc ~ Sanctuary of Self: Creating the Making

  1. Bonnie at Tarot Salve

    February 1, 2014 at 11:28 am

    Cardboard source magnets? That’s a whole ‘nother concept for me! I’ll have to think about that one…and, I don’t know how you made your images into a slide show, but, cool.

     
    • Jordan Hoggard

      February 1, 2014 at 12:46 pm

      Thanks, Bonnie! Glad to provide something new. Much appreciated. The slideshow is a function in the “Create Gallery” feature. Once you’ve selected your images and clicked the blue “Creat Gallery” button at the bottom left while IN Create Gallery you are given some options on the right. Under “Type,” like type of, there is thumnail grid and some other display options, and “Slide Show” is towards the bottom of the short list or at the bottom. Simply selct Slide Show and voiLA!

       
      • Bonnie at Tarot Salve

        February 1, 2014 at 1:18 pm

        Thanks, I will have to try that!

         
      • Jordan Hoggard

        February 1, 2014 at 1:21 pm

        You’re very welcome! Happy to help. The Slide Show is a fun feature.

         
  2. pureblessedtarot

    February 1, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    ‘Tarot light, Tarot bright. First Tarot card I see tonight. I wish I may, I wish I might, divine the wish I have tonight.’
    Mr H 🙂 I just love that line so much!! It’s gonna make me smile for days 🙂
    Thanks! x

     
    • Jordan Hoggard

      February 1, 2014 at 12:46 pm

      😀 Cool E O! 😀 I had fun with that one. x

       
  3. Arwen

    February 1, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    Cardboard source magnets. Yes. This. 😀

     
  4. sungoddesstarot

    February 1, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    What a great tribute to Tarot! Hmm…cardboard source magnets….Jordy, wherever do you dream up of these terms! LOL!

     
    • Jordan Hoggard

      February 2, 2014 at 12:54 pm

      😀 Thanks tons, Joanna! That’s my job. 🙂

       
  5. xaralouise

    February 2, 2014 at 2:15 am

    So loving the cardboard source magnets & Tarot bright poem – an entry into this years eBook I feel? 🙂

     
    • Jordan Hoggard

      February 2, 2014 at 12:55 pm

      😀 Thanks! And, yes, definitely into this year’s eBook,

       
  6. Olivia Destrades Mendoza

    February 2, 2014 at 7:24 am

    I will continue to water my empathy seeds with experience 🙂 You have a lovely way with words!

     
  7. Joanne

    February 2, 2014 at 10:25 pm

    Noting the triumph of the feminine here (Empress and Priestess over masculine/neutral Magician) and therefore the manifestation. Brilliant! Love the slide show…

     
    • Jordan Hoggard

      February 2, 2014 at 10:30 pm

      Thanks much, Joanne! I really enjoyed cooking this one up.

       
  8. Sharon

    February 5, 2014 at 5:24 am

    Praise be to, “Always complete, never finished…” Makes life and creativity so much more exciting 🙂

     
  9. aniam123

    February 5, 2014 at 6:07 am

    Mmmm, sauce magnets….oh wait! ;D

     

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