Tarot, Soul searching and Overcoming Fear

The perfect Saturday evening….


With Soul-searching, tarot and red wine. Magical.



I have been a little quiet here but there is a lot going on under the surface. I am deciding about the directions I would like the blog to take. What I really want is for this to be a place about bringing magick and enchantment into the everyday. Really living the path… a path of magick and enchantment, adoration and respect for the lives we live and the world we are in.

Possibly the most challenging barrier to living a life of magick is what hsppens when we feel fear. Fear creeps in when we least expect it, lurking in the shadows or growing in darker periods of self doubt and insecurity. Fear is not all bad, in fact it serves us, it is one of our most precious tools. But when out of balance fear limits, imprisons and erodes. Fear stops us from taking the actions required to living a life we love. Fear gets in the way, and sometimes erodes, our ability to live our true nature. It prevents us from living our Soul purpose, or even our ability to get in touch with what that might be.

I am working on a project that examines both fear and inner strength… bringing to light some of the magikal tools that can be used to gain strength and mastery over fears that are destructive and do not in any way serve me. I am wondering if this is a theme that might be interesting to you, my dear reader?

Are you interested in tarot? Would you like a post on the interperating flow, journey and movement in tarot through understanding movement generated by the number/pip cards?

I would love to read your comments and on any of the above subjects. What other themes are you interested in reading about?

I really appreciate you taking valuable time to read this, and would love to hear from you:)

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Have a beautiful, blessed, weekend!

Love Bridget xx

3 thoughts on “Tarot, Soul searching and Overcoming Fear

  1. I would rather read about your project on fear and inner strength. Am I right in assuming you go straight to Tarot as a link to being part of ‘fear of the unknown’? 🙂

    • Hi Locksley, thanks for your comment. I see that you are a Bard, am I right in thinking that I have seen a your blog? I couldn’t find it right now, so if you do have one do feel free to post a link below, I am sure that my readers would be interested in your blog too 🙂
      I am not quite sure what you were asking with your question … if you meant hat tarot might help me deal with the unknown, or if it was the tarot itsself that promotes fear? Either way it raises an interesting point. I think fear of the unknown both encourages me to consult tarot sometimes, or causes resistance to do so at others :).
      Actually my post was a bit rambly so there was no concious link between the two themes. But the relationship between tarot and fear is an interesting one I want to look into more. Thank you for that. Mainly I use tarot as a sort of self development and insight tool….. so in that sense i helps me access information that is “unknown” on the surface-concious level, but perhaps actually “known” on deeper, intuitive, sub-concious level. If you see what I mean. What about you? Do you use tarot or other forms of divination? What about my other readers? feel free to jump into the onversation. 🙂

      • Hiya Bridget,
        I was only asking because you jumped from talking about fear and straight into Tarot, so I wanted to know if you were linking the two. Sorry for the confusion! 🙂
        I am indeed a Bard, in divination I use either the Druid plant or animal oracles. I have on occasions used scrying with water and the light of the full moon.
        You were also right in that I do indeed have a blog. ‘A Wise Fool: A blog about Druidry and weirdry’. You liked my article about Imbolc, the link can be used here: https://locksley2010.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/imbolc-lessons/
        Thank you for replying.

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