One quality I’ve noticed about people who love and work with tarot is they are sensitive, intuitive and above all insanely creative people. I’ve a hunch that many of you have creative projects simmering, stewing or boiling over. You may, from time to time, struggle with your artistic gifts.
A recent tarot reading with Carrie Paris found me asking questions about personal creativity and production. Carrie suggested I watch the following lecture from Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love.” If you’ve a creative bone in your body, I’d advise you to do the same. You won’t be sorry:
Captivated by this idea of a daemon, I created this simple tarot exercise so you can put a face to your own personal daemon:
~ Remove your Court Cards, place them in a pile, discarding remaining cards.
~ Shuffle your court cards while thinking about your creative gifts.
~ Recall a time you were working brilliantly. A moment you felt divine inspiration.
~ Recall what it felt like; the goosebumps on your skin, the ease in which your words, paintbrush or hands flowed.
~ When you feel ready, randomly pull a court card.
~ This is the face of your daemon.
If you’d like to share who your daemon turns out to be, drop me a line and let me know.
And no, not this Damon! 😀