Start a business. Write a book. Quit a life-draining job. Travel the world. What are the things you really want to do, but feel like you can’t quite take the leap? How are you waiting to express yourself? What do you feel you are hiding from the world? What needs to finally be set free?
I’ve always compared creative projects to relationships, especially when your projects are long-term commitments, as many often are. You have days where you’re totally in love. It all feels right. It feels like it’s “the one.” And then the next day, out of nowhere, hard questions creep up: is it just a phase? Hormonal? Naive?
Sometimes it can feel like certain cards have overlapping meanings, and it certainly doesn’t help when their imagery is quite similar. Especially when the tarot has so many other cards that are so distinct, each having a clear, bold personality, no matter how gentle their messages sometimes are. So what’s with the Two and Three
I used to think that if I reached a certain goal – say, publishing my first article, or my first book, or starting a band – that I would suddenly feel like I’d “made it” in some way. And of course, once you do accomplish something you’ve set out to achieve, no one can take
One of the most common questions I hear through my work is, “Should I quit my job?” A lot of us are inspired by stories of people who quit their soul-sucking 9-5 lives to travel the world, or start a business, or finally write that novel they’ve been dreaming of for years. There’s a reason why