I love Chesca Potter's artwork and every single card of the Greenwood Tarot. Although the card above is from the earth suite, I think it's a marvelous illustration for the full moon in Aries. Also a good tie-in for the first day of the month.
Mama's been recuperating from a leg strain. Yesterday she went out for the first time in many days. She had tight supervision for about 40 minutes or so. Then the wind kicked up enough for her to voluntarily scamper inside. Today it was far milder. She was out for about two and a half hours. And then this happened up in the studio:
It's a period of gear shifting. A deeper level of internalization that's burnished by introspection as organic as outer radiations were just weeks in the past tense. One of the nine delicata squash didn't cure properly but the other eight look wonderful. Our meager shallot harvest will be enough. We still have many from last year's harvest that are firm and juicy to supplement.
While I was looking for the red Challenger rabbits the two of Cups kept flipping out of the pile asking for contemplation. The entire deck is this beautiful and deep. Have been thinking a lot about the sacred inner union of male and female polarity contained in each of us. It feels very important right now to focus on forms of polarity that are sacred and organic to the natural kingdoms/natural law. To literally raise the tone of our inner landscape. To understand how attraction works not just for but within us. I've thought about this process a lot during this particular calendar year. Lived various aspects of the process in ways that feel divinely enhanced and others that felt far more like a collection of broken watch gears, coffee sludge, and yesterday's papers. Now it seems I need some time to wander most quietly and with these shorter visual post card sort of posts.
stuff's weird right now in terms of commenting but I still hope if people visit they feel they have gained some measure of what they enjoy about visiting here.