I hope that you have been enjoying the Days of Yule. Already, I have gained enormous personal insight into what is going on in my life currently, and I hope you’re insight is equally as profound.
Today, we are on Day 3, which is called, “The Time of Beth”. Now, my co-host Beth Savitt is going to love that! The time of Beth, in paganism, is a period of realization and movement forward. For the past several months the Sun has been decreasing in light, on solstice we had the shortest day of the year, and now we begin to see the Sun increasing in light. This following month (of Capricorn or Beth in Celtic thought) is a time for us to begin looking towards this light. In addition, it is a time to look towards our future.
The Time of Beth is significant to understand our inner blocks! Before we can begin to move forward and create positive change or manifest our desires we need to spend some time reflecting on what might be holding us back. This will provide us with clarity of pitfalls that might prevent our forward movement. As an aside, today is a great day to begin protection or healing magic.
Tarot is a quick and easy way to get to the root of our issues. Shuffle your deck thoroughly. Ask the cards the following question, “What are the inner blocks andresistances that are holding us back?” Spread the cards out and select one.
My card is: The Page of Wands (Write this down with your two other cards you pulled. For example – I have pulled The Empress, The 5 of Coins, and now the Page of Wands)
The Page of Wands normally reflects the beginning of a creative project, or some form of creative idea that is in its beginning stages. However, when it is a blocking card it represents the spirit of restlessness and irritability. The time of Beth is a time for me to explore what makes me restless, and use this as a catalyst to expand my life.
What card did you draw?
Page of Wands from Legacy of the Divine Tarot courtesy of Llewellyn!