Inspirational Tarot. Plot spread #4

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mosaic of intention

takes time to contemplate

momentum

~

*Note: Haiku inspired by Tarot cards: 4 of swords, 4 of pentacles, 8 of pentacle. The plot: start, turning point, end.

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Inspirational Tarot. Plot spread #3

 

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The top of mountain

empowered the king

with endless vigor

pentacle would hide

the feminine insight

~

*Note: #5line Gogyoshi built based on 3 Tarot cards: Queen of pentacles, King of swords, Strength. Plot: start, turning point, end.

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Inspirational Tarot. Plot spread #2

 

The story of 9 swords

Nightmare returned

completed cycle

&

From disarray to free

Such moving heals

The power in your hands

&

The one among the stars

The water flowing in

Your life is flourishing…

~

*Note: the poem completed out of  3 haiku, based on Tarot cards: 9 of swords, 6 of swords, Star. The plot: Start, Turning point, End.

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Inspirational Tarot. Plot spread

Start                                        Turning point                                    End

The trophy, magic cup

He sold it just for penny

When found Love

 

 

*Note: Pulling randomly Tarot cards, you get ideas about each card. Create haiku.

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Telling story. Creative Tarot

The Emperor10 of pentacles3 of pentaclesThe HermitThe Magician7 of cups

(Who?)

It happened during E. being at dean position in local university………

(What?)

He worked hard delivering very comprehensive curriculum to the art students………..

(Where?)

At Art Gallery inside the University………………………

(When?)

… when a stranger, called H., a new teacher asked about roof for his new project….

(How?)

He was totally new to this place, the methods and perspective. Everyone in a team had the interview with him, and didn’t share with others what happened inside the room. Here were the rumors that he is Magician…………………..

(Why?)

That morning, after New Year eve, E. come later as the family at home required his attention…. When he entered the gallery, all students working with H. were standing in front of beautiful golden chalices. Nobody noticed E. Everyone was interacting with some special stuff inside these magic bowls, glowing and reflecting in mirror of new created ceiling… ~ E, – he heard the voice sounding like from heaven, – your present – here….. The End.

Keep open door

to new discoveries of

hidden treasures

*Note: Reading Tarot cards professionally require to be able to connect the cards by telling the narrative. This is  a creative method to get inspired, motivated to write your own poem, haibun or prose.

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When blindfold fell…

When we’re living unconsciously….it’s seems at first even better…walking in the ‘loops’….repeating what other saying or doing. No responsibilities. No worries really. If something went wrong – blame others:  “they told me”, if struggling with work – “everyone does”.  And it goes on and on. –  Doing what you love? -“Delusional! It won’t bring the money!”

 But at some moment it’s become ‘painful’ – do not have any pain, it’s become hard to leave with no responsibilities, with no risks, without a new ideas; so we’re stepping beyond our comfort zone not just because of curiosity…

 One day you notice, that you live unconsciously, that you suppressing your feelings and emotions…The awakening, an intention to change, meets a new problems…

Before, when wanted to be a nice to people, you always showed support, even if you were not agree with their decision.

As you look at this case now, being conscious, you see that this approach will take you nowhere. Recognize, ask yourself: will it serve the goal ‘to improve your life’ – hiding your real feelings? No. It will block it, stop the flow of energy. Say “NO” to being people-pleaser.

 Some maybe ask if by saying NO, we become more isolated from people. But, it’s opposite. By letting to know Universe who you really are, you will attract the energy of the same, new people,  – you start to move faster, manifest faster.

 Saying NO – first step.  Now you want to act toward your new goal.

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Structured day

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‘To-do’ list helps?

 How often the day becomes a hectic one with all those “must do” errands. Someone can say: having written ‘to-do’ list helps.

Never forgotten any articles. Stick on fridge.

Right. I do too.  But sometimes, following the list we’re getting bored,

tired, feel resistance…

 

Your biorhythms

 The key – to know your biorhythms. If say, you know that 3 pm – you likely would take a nap, don’t plan to check your expenses.

Instead, prepare some mechanical task as sorting, cleaning, watering flowers, laundry, or just take a nap!

After that, refreshed you could do some brain work.

 

 

3 ideas to complete day tasks

 There are couple ideas to make your ‘to-do’ list completed:

–  turn the list upside-down , or do it in back order;

–  important task – first;

– using egg timer to get started.

 

 

Time matters

 What if we try to stay with each step just for a while and then switch to another step. For instance, the computer time could be divided into 4 sessions through the day. Project researching, creating new – when high energy;  social connections online during the lunch time; checking emails – when tired; watching movies/listening music – at the end of the day.

Doing each step at fixed time helps to escape boredom.

 

 

Rest

 Check your bio-level for particular day, observe your ups and downs. If you feel tired – switch/take a nap.

The result – refreshing brain every time you start a new activity, because the “rest – it’s not doing nothing, but changing what you do.”

 Structured day idea might work not only for weekend or for self- employers, but helps organize more efficient schedule for corporative workers, including a nap.

 

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