Sunday, November 25, 2012

Two New Vlogs on Tarot

Hi everybody, it's a crisp clear cold but but lovely day here in Winnipeg. I'm enjoying the pace of  work as we move into the pre-holiday season. This time of year can be hectic and fast paced one moment and slow and reflective the next. People are busy, some with jobs that have high level holiday stress. I will be adjusting my schedule to accommodate as best I can, the many friends and patrons that want to come in over the holiday season but I strongly recommend booking ahead near the end of December to ensure a time that is convenient and relaxed for you.

Here are two new Tarot Vlogs, the first on relating the Tarot's elements to our lives and the second on the importance of Tarot Journalling and using the cards to illustrate our lives, building our own associations along with study and a bit about the trans formative effect these symbols start to have in our lives.

Hope everyone is warm and cozy, looking forward to sharing more soon!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Remembrance Day

Thought I'd share this here, (funny how things come to me). I should mention I have a very diverse circle of friends, with very divergent feelings on a lot of things. The following is just my own perspective on today, originally posted to my Facebook page, but felt I'd share it here too:

"Observing Remembrance day is not pro war or pro military (unless you choose to make it so). What would happen if we paused for a moment of silence every day not to be patriotic, not to be pro or con this or that, but to recognise the cost and privilege of freedom, to not be so smug as to think it's given by divine right to some and not to others, but by standing up not just for ourselves but for others who are suffering, oppressed or being taken advantage of? Like pausing over the food we eat, like being grateful for shelter and for understanding. Honoring something doesn't mean you take a position, it means you stand over a grave and recognise something significant lies here, the alternative is like paving it over for parking." -Trev.