Tarot Card for the Day ~ November 18

The Universe

The Giants’ Dance


Saw this one in mid-August or so.  And it’s absolutely one of the most glorious, hope-filled positive cards in the deck, so PLEASE know that such energy is available to and for you today.  Don’t waste the vibe by talking yourself out of what may be! 

The card in the Legend deck pictures a Goddess/dancer moving ecstatically, free under the stars within Stonehenge (the Giants’ Dance, as it was once known).  Anna-Marie Ferguson, creator of the deck, finds this card to be a harbinger of liberation, the attainment of a long-sought goal, and the culmination of events, efforts and experiences from the past.

Some readers find assured success, emigration and a change of place in this card.  Others see a promise that the querent – the person having the reading done − will become all that she or he can IF they are confident enough.  

[Need me to repeat that for ya? 

You will become all you can

IF you are confident enough!

As I sometimes say in my readings, remember:  you’re never too old to become a Mouseketeer.] 

When this card comes up, I ask clients:

What would dancing free under the stars be for you? 

What would give you that sense of





connection to beautiful and eternal and renewing Source and its most healing , empowering rhythms? 


what can you do


what will you do

to begin to give that to yourself?  NOW! 

The Universe is your oyster.  It will give you back your fondest wishes, if you will be clear within yourself about those wishes, be true to those wishes, hold them close moment by moment, and honor them.

In our daily lives, we very often become wrapped up in the seeming necessities of the moment.  We lose track of our more profound, more eternal and inspiring hopes, wishes, beliefs − and powers. 

So, starting today, reconnect with that higher, more hopeful vision of yourself and your life.

KNOW that you have all that is necessary to bring it into being. 

This is a card of successful completion, harmony and lasting happiness. 


Bright blessings!

 (Please share this card with someone who needs a little boost today.)

Quote for the day: Insist on yourself; never imitate. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s Weather:  Casual meteors. Preternaturally ambitextural cloudiness and tweezling gooseberries.  Duck!   ҉

 On This Date:  1477William Caxton produces Dictes or Sayengis of the Philosophres, the first book printed on a printing press in England. 

And: 1945Wilma Mankiller, first female Chief of the Cherokee Nation is born.

And: The Feast Day of Saint Odo of Cluny. 

 ҉     ҉     ҉   @@@Happy Birthday, Lovey!@@@   ҉҉     ҉     ҉


2 Responses to “Tarot Card for the Day ~ November 18”

  1. Donna Allen Says:

    I have a copy of The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson that used to belong to my mother. It’s much-underlined — with lots of margin notes. It smells of smoke and has many dark edges, as it survived a fire along with my parents and a few of their other belongings.

    I treasure the book, as it represents a lot of my mother. So, thank you for the Emerson quote: Insist on yourself; never imitate.

    (Reminds me of the times I tried to imitate…and gawd, it didn’t work!!)

    “Don’t waste the vibe by talking yourself out of what may be!” A Neal quote…in case you didn’t recognize it. Gosh, don’t we do that over and over again!

    This morning I read in The Intenders by Tony Burroughs…”The more vigilant you become in observing your thoughts without attaching any emotion to them, the better you get at turning the ones that aren’t working for you around, the more you will liberate yourself from the prison of your own self-imposed limitations.”

    Thank you for all the reminders to stay connected to that higher, more hopeful vision of ourselves and our lives. (….it’s so easy to stay stuck in self-limiting thoughts…)

    ~ ~ Blessings and gratitude, Donna

  2. shamanspath Says:

    Good stuff, Donna.

    Thank you!



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