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A full tarot reading is best when asking a more complex question. Examples could include “I want a new job, but I’m not sure what direction to take,” or “My marriage is really struggling and I’m not sure what to do,” or “I’ve been feeling really overwhelmed lately and I’m not sure how to fix it.” These are the types of situations that have many variables and a full tarot reading can help flesh out and dissect where to put your energy and what to let go of.

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I use tarot to help guide you to a place of inner healing and growth, whether it’s through answering specific questions you have or creating healing meditations and mantras.

On Core Spirit since May 2020

Tarot Reading
Katie Mitchell
Apr 17, 2024, 14:00
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Three card tarot reading

A three card tarot reading can answer simple questions in three parts.
For example:
(*)Past, Present, Future,
(*)Problem, where to put my energy, what to let go of.

I am happy to help you create your question, if you are unsure where to begin.

Chakra Meditation
Katie Mitchell
Apr 17, 2024, 14:00
$15
Three Mantra Chakra Meditation

You know your chakras need attention when you don’t feel like yourself. Maybe you are feeling angry all the time and you don’t know why. Or you are overwhelmed by anxiety or insecurity. Often this is a sign that our chakras are out of alignment. Mantras are an amazing tool that can help bring us back to balance. I view mantras as things we need to hear but we don’t yet believe.

I will find which chakras need the most focus, and using the tarot, will figure out what mantra is needed for each. I will send you a private video explaining how I got there and why so that you may look back on it as often as you need.If you are familiar with chakras, thats ok! I can walk you through it.

Chakra Meditation
Katie Mitchell
Apr 17, 2024, 14:00
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Seven Mantra Chakra Meditation

If you are feeling out of balance, possibly overwhelmed with anxiety, guilt, anger or insecurity, it is very likely that your chakras need attention.
I recommend this series only if you have a bit of experience with meditation, because it requires slightly more focus and depth. Using the tarot, I will create 7 mantras, one for each chakra, to use during meditation. I will send you a video that describes why each mantra was chosen and how to use it. If you are familiar with chakras, thats ok! I can walk you through it.

Tarot Reading
Katie Mitchell
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Full tarot reading

A full tarot reading is best when asking a more complex question. Examples could include “I want a new job, but I’m not sure what direction to take,” or “My marriage is really struggling and I’m not sure what to do,” or “I’ve been feeling really overwhelmed lately and I’m not sure how to fix it.” These are the types of situations that have many variables and a full tarot reading can help flesh out and dissect where to put your energy and what to let go of.


Katie Mitchell
The Enneagram and the Tarot Part One: The Wands

The Breakdown

The Enneagram and the Tarot both allow us to put language to our self discovery. The Enneagram categorizes your fears and desires in order to help you grow and become your best self. Similarly, the Tarot is a tool for inner guidance and is used to uncover and name your deepest beliefs, challenges, and motivations. Where the two intersect, there is potential for very powerful, very personal messages.

The Tarot is as complex as it is beautiful, but the cards have three general purposes:

1)The Major Arcana help you to examine the universal truths within your situation.

2)The Minor Arcana (ace through ten) allow you to explore your actions and choices.

3)The Court Cards assist you in understanding your fears and motivations.

The Enneagram, on the other hand, is a set of nine distinct personality types defined by a person’s core fears and core motivations. All people display all nine types in some form, but we each have one core Enneagram number that drives us. By exploring the Enneagram you can deepen your understanding of your reactions to the world around you. There is a clear parallel between the language of the Enneagram and the court cards within the Tarot.

The Wands

The wands in tarot represent fire, creativity, innovation, momentum, opportunity, and the spotlight. Much like flames, the wands have high energy, high heat and are always moving. In the Enneagram, Threes are known as “The Achievers.” They feel the need to prove themselves through action and success. Threes equate their value with their achievements. Michael Jordan, Taylor Swift, and Oprah are all prime examples of Enneagram Threes.

The wands in the tarot reflect many of the strengths and weaknesses of Threes in the Enneagram. All of the wand court cards have a base number of three in these explorations. The second number reflects that card’s individual strengths and weaknesses.

Page of Wands (3, 4)

Upright, the Page of Wands represents the positive attributes of threes and fours in the Enneagram. Their explosive creativity is about to take the world by storm! The Page’s infectious enthusiasm is contagious and motivates those around them. They are sociable, friendly, and know how to work a room. They push themselves to be the absolute best, and they aren’t going to settle for less. Advancement, originality, and big goals are all important to the Page of Wands. They are very aware of their own image and how others perceive them. The Page, so focused on their creative pursuits, want to be unique and extraordinary. A creative task is only worth doing if it has never been done before. The Page of Wands often feels that they are the only one who could achieve this feat.

In reverse, the Page of Wands can represent the unhealthier side of threes and fours. The Page of Wands fears being worthless and being ordinary. They might have limiting beliefs about their own abilities or accomplishments (though they won’t show it, they might even overcompensate). They often feel like an imposter, “putting on a show” so that others think more highly of them. In reverse, the Page might have ‘creator angst,’ feeling isolated and alone, like no one understands them. They have so many great ideas but don’t know how to get them off the ground. The Page in reverse can be moody and stuck inward, nursing their wounds for longer than might seem necessary. In this position, they might have a tendency to put others down in order to make themselves feel superior.

The Knight of Wands (3, 7)

The Knight of Wands is charismatic, inspired and passionate, all of the strengths of threes and sevens. They are impulsive and have big ideas. Like the Page, they are creative, but the Knight is more focused on advancement and high status. They are going places and boy are they loving the admiration on the way to the top! The Knight of Wands lives on the edge. They are excited by new things and believe that the future is bright. The Knight wants to find the next big adventure and see things they have never seen before. They are all about freedom, happiness, versatility and satisfaction.

In reverse, the Knight can represent the darker side of threes and sevens. The Knight of wands fears being worthless and confronting their own pain. In reverse the Knight is unfocused and unsure where to put their energy, though it will undoubtedly end up in some new project or experience that helps them avoid the pain. In this state the Knight is struggling to be their authentic self. They might be creating an image of success in order to avoid facing their inner shame. They are probably chasing the next high, looking for the next exciting thing to try because this keeps their mind occupied. This is a way of externalizing and avoiding their fear of pain and emotions.

Queen of wands (3, 9)

The Queen of wands is also ambitious, but she is better at balancing her energy. She has all of the strengths of threes and nines. She is bold, creative, and social, often the “hostess with the mostess.” The Queen, as a leader, runs a well oiled machine and makes sure all of the parts are well cared for. Her image is important, but she also prioritizes keeping others content and well managed. The Queen is a peacekeeper. She prefers to be the leader of the group in order to make sure everyone gets along (and the perk is that she gets the credit). She is achievement oriented, adaptable, energetic, diplomatic and considerate.

In reverse the Queen of Wands represents the darker side of threes and nines. Her biggest fears are being worthless and being a burden to others. If she is in reverse she might be treating relationships as a performance without actually involving herself emotionally. Going through the motions to maintain her image comes naturally to her, and can become a hindrance if she isn’t careful. The Queen in reverse can be cold, passive aggressive and can struggle to express herself appropriately, if at all. She might be so concerned with avoiding conflict that she ‘shapeshifts’ into an image that she believes meets other’s needs without considering her own. This often involves numbing herself to her own emotions, particularly her anger. The numbing could be internal, or it could also involve physical numbing with a vice such as alcohol, food, or work. She has compartmentalized all of the best parts of herself in order to avoid her own pain and anger.

The King of Wands (3, 8)

The King of wands is a visionary. He has all of the positive aspects of threes and eights. He knows how to take an idea and enlist others to help him bring it to fruition. The King is charismatic, determined, and a strong communicator. Like all of the wands before him, the King of Wands is creative and focused on advancement, but he has already reached a position of power and enjoys the admiration and accolades he receives for it. He is adaptable, strong, bold, decisive, and direct. The King of Wands is not afraid to take action and lay down the law when he feels it is necessary. He is great at pushing through obstacles and achieving difficult goals.

In reverse, the King of Wands shows the shadow side of threes and eights. He can have unreasonably high expectations of himself and others. In this position, he might be struggling to communicate effectively. He can become too bold, too direct, and too driven in order to avoid failure. The King of Wands’ biggest fears are being worthless and being vulnerable. Because of this, he will often build up walls in order to protect himself. These can make him seem gruff, mean, unapproachable, and filled with ill intent. The King’s image of being strong and capable is his main defense against feeling vulnerable and worthless, so he will defend it at all costs. The reverse King is learning that it is difficult to demonstrate his creative genius when he has lost the ability to communicate and lead with compassion and vulnerability.

Notes

Historically court cards have been used to represent real people in tarot readings. These explorations of meaning do not fit that archaic use of the cards and are only meant as a reflection of the querent’s question and inner self, not necessarily another person who is uninvolved in the reading. If you are interested in exploring the Enneagram further, I highly recommend looking into the Enneagram Institute.

Katie Mitchell
The Enneagram and the Tarot Part Four: The Pentacles

The Breakdown

As stated in the previous articles, the Enneagram and the Tarot both allow us to put language to our self discovery. The Enneagram categorizes your fears and desires in order to help you grow and become your best self. The tarot on the other hand is a tool for inner guidance and is used to uncover and name your deepest beliefs, challenges, and motivations. Combining the two is a powerful way to elevate their individual messages.

The Tarot is complex, but the cards have three general purposes:

1)The Major Arcana help you to examine the universal truths within your situation.

2)The Minor Arcana (ace through ten) allow you to explore your actions and choices.

3)The Court Cards assist you in understanding your fears and motivations.

The Enneagram is a set of nine distinct personality types defined by a person’s core fears and core motivations. All people display all nine types in some form, but we each have one core Enneagram number that drives us. By exploring the Enneagram, you can deepen your understanding of your reactions to the world around you. There is a clear parallel between the language of the Enneagram and the court cards within the Tarot.

The Pentacles

Pentacles represent the element Earth. Typically, they symbolize everything made of earthly matter such as resources, money, bodily health, etc. When readings involve many pentacles, they speak of growth, hard work, and the fruits of your labor. In the Enneagram, sixes are focused on structure, stability, and safety. Both Pentacles and sixes are known for reliability, but struggle with change. Famous sixes include Ellen DeGenerous, Joe Biden, and Malcom X. Each Pentacle card displays some of the characteristics of a type six. They each also have a second number that they relate to individually.

The Page of Pentacles (6, 9)

The Page of Pentacles displays many of the same strengths of sixes and nines in the Enneagram. The page is focused on security, trust, reliability, and commitment. Since pages often represent new beginnings, the Page of Pentacles often symbolizes a new project or job. They are pragmatic and careful, willing to get their hands dirty for this new adventure. The Page will be sure to lay the proper ground work so that this new project is done safely and correctly. When balanced, the Page is grounded and focused on ‘what is.’

When in reverse, the Page of Pentacles can represent some of the characteristics of sixes and nines in fixation. Their biggest fear is being without support or being a burden. In reverse, the Page can procrastinate and be so unsure of themselves that they don’t know where to start. Sometimes, the reverse Page of Pentacles projects their own feelings of insecurity onto others, causing the conflict they so wished to avoid. They can be self deprecating and passive aggressive in reaction to argument or big changes. The Page might go along to keep the peace, even if they disagree. They find it difficult to let go of things they believe give them security (relationships, routines, etc), and will cling to them even at great personal cost. They might numb themselves and retreat inward in order to avoid difficult feelings.

The Knight of Pentacles (6, 1)

The Knight of Pentacles’ strengths often reflect sixes and ones in the Enneagram. The knight is in no hurry. They plan carefully, assess all options and then move ahead with certainty. They are willing to ask the hard questions to eliminate skepticism and doubt. They are honest, reliable and believe in doing the right thing. The knight is often able to identify the problem areas of a relationship or project and is eager to find ways of addressing them. The knight displays enduring loyalty and support and is strong under adversity.

In reverse, the Knight of pentacles is less sure footed. Their greatest fear is that they are not good enough and that they will be without guidance or certainty. Their anxiety can get the best of them, especially as they near success. The Knight can be overly critical, rigid, and judgmental, projecting their own fear of corruption onto others. They might feel resentment or anger toward those they feel aren’t doing things the “right” way. The Knight of Pentacles in reverse struggles with guilt when it comes to enjoying themselves. After all, there’s work to be done! Or so, they constantly tell themselves…

The Queen of Pentacles (6, 2)

The Queen of Pentacles can display some of the best characteristics of sixes and twos in the Enneagram. She is practical, nurturing, and independent. She is a self made queen and enjoys empowering others to reach the same state. This Queen represents security, reliability, commitment, empathy, forgiveness, and compassion. She loves helping others feel more secure and grounded. She is the epitome of a hard worker and a loving parent.

In reverse, the Queen is insecure. Her biggest fears are that she is unlovable and the world is too dangerous. She can easily get lost in helping others, to the point where she is no longer meeting her own needs. She can sometimes feel like the love she receives is contingent on meeting the needs of others’. Her work and home life are out of balance and she feels like she has lost touch with what keeps her grounded. She might be constantly anxious, worrying that every little mishap is catastrophic. She might act over protective of her loved ones, allowing her anxiety about the safety of the world around her cloud her judgement. At this point, she finds it difficult to recognize and meet her own needs.

The King of Pentacles (6, 8)

The King of Pentacles is strong and grounded, displaying many of the strengths of Enneagram sixes and eights. He is a faithful provider for those he loves. He is trustworthy, reliable and known for his strong commitment. The King is a leader and has full control of the material world around him. Resources are important to the King and he makes sure he and his loved ones have all they need, and then some. When well balanced, the King provides a comfortable home that feels safe and nostalgic. He is very concerned with what he thinks is ‘fair and just’ and is a pillar of strength under pressure.

In reverse however, the King of Pentacles isn’t so confident. His greatest fear is being left vulnerable without material support. He might be described as ‘miserly,’ clinging to his resources for fear of losing them. He gives off a sense of intensity, particularly when he feels his resources or safety are threatened. The King will often use denial to avoid feeling vulnerable and to maintain his self image of being strong and independent. Like most pentacles and sixes alike, the King strongly resists change, and might lash out in his attempts to keep the status quo. Because of this, the King in reverse might also be in a rut, losing his zeal for life because of his predictable, lackluster, routines.

Notes

The Enneagram is so much more complex than these explorations give it credit for. All people experience all nine types within themselves in completely unique ways. The benefit of this exploration is that it allows us to put language to those experiences in new contexts. The drawback is that it almost turns the Enneagram types into caricatures, particularly when Tarot cards are used to represent real people in our lives. Just know that the intention of these articles is to add depth to a tool already in place for self reflection and growth. It is meant to increase self awareness around our own fears and motivations, not to dilute the Enneagram or represent other people out of context. For more information on the Enneagram, I encourage you to look into the Enneagram Institute.

Katie Mitchell
The Enneagram and the Tarot Part 3: The Cups

The Breakdown

As stated in the previous articles, the Enneagram and the Tarot both allow us to put language to our self discovery. The Enneagram categorizes your fears and desires in order to help you grow and become your best self. The tarot on the other hand is a tool for inner guidance and is used to uncover and name your deepest beliefs, challenges, and motivations. Combining the two is a powerful way to elevate their individual messages.

The Tarot is complex, but the cards have three general purposes:

1)The Major Arcana help you to examine the universal truths within your situation.

2)The Minor Arcana (ace through ten) allow you to explore your actions and choices.

3)The Court Cards assist you in understanding your fears and motivations.

The Enneagram, on the other hand, is a set of nine distinct personality types defined by a person’s core fears and core motivations. All people display all nine types in some form, but we each have one core Enneagram number that drives us. By exploring the Enneagram you can deepen your understanding of your reactions to the world around you. There is a clear parallel between the language of the Enneagram and the court cards within the Tarot.

The Cups

In tarot, the cups represent emotional depth, intuition, and the unconscious. They can relate to relationships, feelings, and connection either with others or within one’s self. Fours in the Enneagram tend to focus on expression, individuality, creativity, and uniqueness. Fours appreciate the entire emotional spectrum and are known for their ability to sit in melancholy. Each cup four card displays some of the characteristics of a four. They each also have another number that they relate to individually.

The Page of Cups (4, 7)

The Page of Cups can have many of the strengths of fours and sevens in the Enneagram. They often make me think of Anne of Green Gables. Her infectious enthusiasm and creativity are powerful. But when she is hurt or upset, she is fully present in those feelings, occasionally to her own detriment. The Page is creative, optimistic, and imaginative. They are able to immerse themselves in day dreams and imagine things that are completely unique and seem impossible to others. Their inner child is bright, optimistic, and ever hopeful. The page is a young soul with a lot of feelings. They often are chasing fun, new, exciting projects or ideas without the maturity to ask themselves ‘why?’

In reverse, the Page of Cups can be stuck in their own melancholy. Often when the Page of Cups has feelings of “boredom” or “limitation,” it is a mask for emotional confusion. When they feel, they feel deeply. They often expect to feel either adored or ignored. The Page’s biggest fear is being insignificant and boring. In reverse, they have somehow gotten away from themselves- either by having their head in the clouds or by being immersed in their feelings and unable to see outside of themselves. They might feel creatively stuck, like they are unable to express their individuality or like people aren’t properly appreciating their efforts.

The Knight of Cups (4, 2)

The Knight of Cups can display some of the best characteristics of Fours and Twos on the Enneagram. They are quite the romantic and enjoy helping others, often playing the ‘white knight.’ They value emotional connection and are not afraid to access their own feelings. They are relationship oriented and tune themselves in to the emotional needs of others. They enjoy collaborating and connecting on a deeper level.

In reverse, the Knight of cups can reflect some of the more negative aspects of fours and twos. They fear that they are unlovable and without significance. They can get lost in other people’s needs and emotions as a way of trying to feel valued. In reverse, the Knight might have ulterior motives when helping others, most likely seeking appreciating, approval, and gratitude. They can become prideful and feel like people owe them for being so “giving and altruistic.” In reverse, the Knight might also be struggling with jealousy or codependency in their relationships.

The Queen of Cups (4, 9)

The Queen of Cups is caring, compassionate, nurturing, and selfless, displaying the qualities of fours and nines. She is a mother figure with strong emotional balance and control. The Queen is forgiving, helpful, and deep. She knows how to help others through their emotional depths. The Queen enjoys connection and finds fulfilment in helping others work through hard emotions, because she herself is not afraid of the discomfort of difficult feelings.

In reverse the Queen of Cups can be drained, worn out, and even numb. She may be so focused on helping others that she is ignoring her own needs. She might also be having trouble accessing her anger. The Queen of Cups biggest fears are being insignificant and being without connection with others. When she is in reverse, she might be avoiding things she thinks will cause disconnection or conflict (anger, frustration, a strong opinion about something, etc). In reverse the Queen’s biggest need is to focus inward, and ‘refill her own cup,’ so to speak.

The King of Cups (4, 8)

The King of Cups is a strong, compassionate, diplomatic leader with many strengths of fours and eights in the enneagram. When balanced, he is not afraid to express his full range of emotions and lead by example. His emotional maturity and stability allow him to face any obstacle with a level head and a calm mind. He takes emotional responsibility. He offers wise counsel regarding relationships, and emotions. A healthy 8 on the enneagram recognizes that vulnerability is an asset and important for growth. So does the King of Cups.

In reverse the King might be experiencing an overwhelming emotion that he is unable to keep in check. He might have past trauma that has been activated, throwing him out of balance. This causes him to throw up his defenses, and avoid vulnerability and emotional connection completely. When out of balance, the King is defensive and protects his vulnerability at all costs. The King might even be in denial about his emotional needs. At his worst, he might be using his strong emotional intelligence to manipulate others and push his own personal agenda.

Notes

The Enneagram is so much more complex than these explorations give it credit for. All people experience all nine types within themselves in completely unique ways. The benefit of this exploration is that it allows us to put language to those experiences in new contexts. The drawback is that it almost turns the Enneagram types into caricatures, particularly when Tarot cards are used to represent real people in our lives. Just know that the intention of these articles is to add depth to a tool already in place for self reflection and growth. It is meant to increase self awareness around our own fears and motivations, not to dilute the Enneagram or represent other people out of context. For more information on the Enneagram, I encourage you to look into the Enneagram Institute.

Pictures from https://beatricechestnut.com/the-enneagram/ and http://tarot-theroyalroad.blogspot.com/2011/06/queen-of-cups.html

Katie Mitchell
The Enneagram and the Tarot Part Two: The Swords

The Breakdown

As stated in the previous article, the Enneagram and the Tarot both allow us to put language to our self discovery. The Enneagram categorizes your fears and desires in order to help you grow and become your best self. The tarot on the other hand is a tool for inner guidance and is used to uncover and name your deepest beliefs, challenges, and motivations. Combining the two is a powerful way to elevate their individual messages.

The Tarot is complex, but the cards have three general purposes:

1)The Major Arcana help you to examine the universal truths within your situation.

2)The Minor Arcana (ace through ten) allow you to explore your actions and choices.

3)The Court Cards assist you in understanding your fears and motivations.

The Enneagram, on the other hand, is a set of nine distinct personality types defined by a person’s core fears and core motivations. All people display all nine types in some form, but we each have one core Enneagram number that drives us. By exploring the Enneagram you can deepen your understanding of your reactions to the world around you. There is a clear parallel between the language of the Enneagram and the court cards within the Tarot.

The Swords

Historically the suit of swords represent air, the mind, and intellectual pursuits. They can also represent taking on challenges, facing conflict, and moving forward. Similarly, fives in the Enneagram value curiosity, developing the mind, and observing the world around them. They are analytical and enjoy bringing clarity to confusion. The swords in the tarot reflect many of the strengths and weaknesses of Fives in the Enneagram. All of the sword court cards have a base number of five in these explorations. The second number reflects that card’s individual strengths and weaknesses.

Page of Swords (5, 7)

The Page of Swords embodies the strengths of fives and sevens in the Enneagram. They are bold and brave. They move with haste, knowing that they move with a purpose. The Page is able to observe what is happening around them without becoming emotionally involved. They are innovative, curious, analytical, and a gatherer of facts. The page doesn’t want to focus on emotions, instead they find facts and experiences to be a priority. Freedom, ambition, energy, and adaptability are essential to the Page.

In reverse the Page of Swords can show the darker side of fives and sevens. They are hard edged and emotionally unavailable. They can be unfocused, impatient, impulsive and act too quickly. They often take on too much and can become so focused on their goal that they forget the present. The Page of Swords’ biggest fear is being worthless or incapable. Because of this they have a tendency to place all of their value in facts, information, and knowledge that they gather. Their own emotions can feel intrusive. They can overwork and become hyperfocused on their task or their goal, pushing all emotions, relationships and experiences beyond it away.

Knight of Swords (5,3)

The Knight of Swords shows many of the positive aspects of fives and threes in the Enneagram. They move boldly forward. They use their intelligence, wit, and ambition to move at full speed ahead. The Knight is analytical, detached, curious, and self reliant. They are not afraid to state their goal, take the leap, and boldly go where none have gone before. The Knight’s image is important to them and their ambition is something they are proud of.

In reverse, the Knight of Swords shows the darker side of fives and threes. They are in their own head, afraid of being useless, incapable or incompetent. They have a tendency to withhold themselves from others, emotionally detaching. They might feel separate from others, putting on a show to keep up their appearance of success and ambition. In reverse the Knight might have bitten off more than they can chew, chasing their big new goal. They have a tendency to become so goal oriented that they forget the present, as if they have blinders on. Conversely, the Knight in reverse might be feeling stuck, not sure how to get started moving toward their goal.

Queen of Swords (5, 6)

The Queen of swords when upright can display all of the strong aspects of fives and sixes in the enneagram. She is independent, wise, and grounded. The Queen knows how to set clear boundaries and is not afraid to seek support when it is needed. She is pragmatic, asks the hard questions, and is strong in the face of adversity.

In reverse, the Queen of Swords can show some of the weaknesses of fives and sixes on the Enneagram. Her biggest fears are to be seen as worthless and to be without support. She allows her anxiety to get the best of her and might not be thinking clearly. Often when in reverse the Queen of swords is either emotionally detached or emotionally reactive.

King of Swords (5, 8)

The King of Swords shares many of the assets of fives and eights in the Enneagram. He is an intellectual powerhouse. He expresses himself and his truth with deep conviction. The King is independent, analytical, detail oriented. He is resourceful, justice oriented, and grounded. The King of Swords doesn’t let his emotions cloud his judgement.

In reverse, the King of Swords can represent the darker side of fives and eights. The King’s biggest fear is being useless and being vulnerable. In reverse the King might be detached, hyperfocused on data or facts without considering emotional components. He doesn’t like seeing others’ vulnerability because he sees it as a weakness, and will shut down others who display it. His own emotions can feel intrusive, so the King will avoid them at all costs when in reverse. He might be misusing his power or authority, because his ego (or fear of vulnerability) is running the show. He has a low tolerance for misinformation and people who spread it. In reverse, the King might lack decisiveness. Typically he is clear headed and of able mind, but in reverse he is struggling to see the full picture.

Notes

The Enneagram is so much more complex than these explorations give it credit for. All people experience all nine types within themselves in completely unique ways. The benefit of this exploration is that it allows us to put language to those experiences in new contexts. The drawback is that it almost turns the Enneagram types into caricatures, particularly when Tarot cards are used to represent real people in our lives. Just know that the intention of these articles is to add depth to a tool already in place for self reflection and growth. It is meant to increase self awareness around our own fears and motivations, not to dilute the Enneagram or represent other people out of context. For more information on the Enneagram, I encourage you to look into the Enneagram Institute.

Pictures from Pictures from https://beatricechestnut.com/the-enneagram/ and https://i.pinimg.com/originals/bb/c2/3c/bbc23cc58d01f4c6f281dc2734b534e4.jpg


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Elaine Snyder
Apr 17, 2024, 13:00
5
$10
Oracle Card Reading

Receive guidance about current life circumstances through an Oracle card reading. Using a three-card spread to reveal an intuitive reading of your energy, ask a question and gain insight about what is happening in your past, present, and future. Learn whether or not your actions are in alignment with a desired outcome, what challenges are holding you back, who or what may be helping you along the way, and how to progress. This is an introduction to my card reading, and is perfect for discovering whether or not we are a good fit for continued work together.

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By registered users: 24
Tarot Reading
Karla Van Wyk
Apr 18, 2024, 06:00
New Zealand
5
$10
Oracle Card and Tarot Card Reading

I can read Oracle and/or Tarot Cards for you to help you on your healing journey. I can also provide readings for any specific questions you may have in your life, career or relationships. I would love to help you with what you need answers to. I will record these readings for you and send them to you.

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By registered users: 23
Tarot Reading
Katerina Bendova
Apr 19, 2024, 08:00
5
$30
Healing Tarot Reading - LIVE

I use tarot reading as an entertaining but very powerful healing tool which helps to reflect what you are currently holding in your field you might not be aware of and to channel messages from your Higher self to help you on your journey.

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Reiki
Henrietta
Apr 18, 2024, 09:00
3.33
Free
Egyptian Sekhmet Healing REIKI Session

Overview

Welcome to my Vegan Oasis 🪷
I'm a Holistic Health Coach, a Raw Food Nutritionist, a Vegan Nutrition Coach, and an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant. I'm coaching people to go vegan or raw vegan. My holistic approach healed people even from serious diseases. I create meal plans for people from all over the world. I'm working with health professionals as well such as coaches, doctors nutritionists, detox retreats, and wellness hotels.
I'm obsessed with holistic healing, I did my studies in the US, UK, and Mexico. I learned Sekhmet Reiki in Egypt from one
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This form of Reiki is based in Egypt and is considered the extension of healing and well-being from the **Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet. **

The main principle of this form of Reiki is to promote positivity and build** a stronger sense of spirituality **through the opening of chakras and delivering a strong light or **healing power. **

The effects are powerful, and many people report the effects of just one session lasting for more than several days.

The treatment focuses on** healing, emotionally **and mentally, from situations that cause grieving or other stressful scenarios, including marital breakdown, loss of employment, and other difficult experiences in life.

Benefits

  • Fast physical, spiritual, and emotional healing
  • Assists in the manifestation of goals
  • A stronger sense of inner peace and acceptance.
  • Increases your self-awareness and your relationships with your relationships, love, family, friends, or coworkers.
  • Increases your feeling of being alive
  • It helps accelerate your spiritual growth and communication with your Higher Self

session

The duration of the Reiki healing session is 30 minutes and an additional 15 minute Chakra alignment
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Preparation

Bring some music that you find relaxing to you.
Go to the bathroom before the session so that you can lie down
comfortably without the distraction of feeling the need to go to the toilet.
You can place gemstones and crystals on your body or around you. Trust that you will receive exactly what you need at that moment.
Use your favorite essential oil. Essential oils can raise our vibration and open the chakras for further healing.
You can clear your space with sage.
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Other comments

About Sekhmet
Sekhem (or Sekhmet) is an ancient Egyptian word that means “Universal Energy or Power”, roughly translated as “Power of Powers”. Sekhem in Egyptian hieroglyphs is symbolized by the scepter, and it represents the connection between Heaven and Earth.

...There are no other known energy systems that can compare with the high vibrational energy of Sekhem, nor does any other energy work at a deeper soul level. It also allows you to heal, and it helps your personality and spirituality, so you can find your soul’s purpose and unlock your full potential.

SEKHMET” was regarded as the Goddess of Healing, Protection, and Destruction of Illness.
For the Egyptians, magic was a normal part of everyday life. It was used in very formal religious rituals and was considered an integral part of medicine at all levels.

WHAT IS THE OPTIMUM NUMBER OF SESSIONS?
The traditional number of sessions is four. This tends to give you enough time to evaluate the benefits, if any, you are receiving.
When you are facing a serious illness, most people would suggest a series of four sessions completed in less than one week.

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Light therapy
Reiki Healing By Thomas
Apr 17, 2024, 13:00
5
$40
Reiki Aura Body Cleansing

Spiritual Cleansing clears negative energy, energetic blockages, dark spirits and Spiritual disturbances that can be easily picked up from our daily lives. I’ll be using Natural healing stones and stores that carry the properties of purification. Corresponded Dan to be a representation of the recipient who is receiving the cleansing

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Life Coaching
Agata Dominika
Apr 18, 2024, 07:00
5
$226
Two Hours Counselling Session

Two Hours Online Session

Counselling is a process of talking about and working through your personal problems with a counsellor. The counsellor helps you to address your problems in a positive way by helping you to clarify the issues, explore options, develop strategies and increase self-awareness.

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By registered users: 35