31 Days of Tarot 2019 – Day 9: Tarot goals 2019

Having glanced back at 2018, a turn towards the year to come.

Day 9: Tarot goals 2019

I probably wouldn’t have thought of having tarot goals if I hadn’t seen this prompt, but I did, and here we are.

  • Write “The Moon through the Minor Arcana.” In 2016 and 2017, I wrote a series of posts examining the Minor Arcana in light of the Golden Dawn astrological associations. Each post looked at the cards that had a planet in common. I started with Saturn, the slowest of the classical planets, and worked my way through the solar system: Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, and Mercury. The last post in the series was to be “The Moon through the Minor Arcana.” I got a draft written but never posted. I got distracted? Life got in the way? Whatever. Anyway, I want to get that last post out in 2019.
  • A workable tarot journal. Why yes, I have a tarot journal. It’s at least my second, maybe third attempt at one. I have the most pleasant visions of the ideal tarot journal will work: it holds all my insights on various cards, it makes studying the cards so delightful that I’ll look forward to writing about each and every one of them, and it’s an easy-to-access repository of all the best spreads I’ve found or created. In reality, I need to weed the thing down to a manageable size, reorganize what’s left, and decide what to add in the future.
A purple discbound notebook lying on a table.
Less would be more.

I suppose I’ve committed to doing these things now. Well, not until February at the earliest. After all, I still have this challenge to finish!

Prompts: Ethony’s 31 Days of Tarot YouTube Community Challenge and 31 Days of Tarot 2019 * Prompt Walkthrough

One thought on “31 Days of Tarot 2019 – Day 9: Tarot goals 2019

  1. The MOON through planets it! It Occurred to me this follows the Middle Pillar Pattern: Saturn Malkuth, Jupiter Yesod, Tiphareth the Sun, Venus Da’Ath and Mercury Kether!


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