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Flowing Moments

"Live Each Moment as the Only Moment"

Divine Inspirations

King of Pentacles: World Builder

In The Tarot Handbook by Angeles Arrien, The Prince of Disks is the architect, the designer, and the builder of new forms. With steel-like determination (the chariot), he builds new worlds that are beautiful and abundant (flowers and fruits in the golden tapestry) and worlds that are less obstructive and difficult (the many little boulders on the back of the chariot).


The Prince of Disks forges ahead like Taurus the Bull, to implement structures and forms that are solid, abundant and beautiful. He holds the double helix as a reminder of his capacity to build new worlds that can be implemented consciously ...

Knight of Swords: Intentionality

The Knight of Swords in the sacred divine Tarot symbolizes the Universal Principle and Worldly Archetype of Passionate Thinking and Intentionality.



Symbolic Fortitude

The Adventurous Spirit of the Rascally Raccoon

The elusive raccoon symbolizes dexterity and disguise, and is one of the most adaptable animals on the earth, even able to live and thrive in cities. The raccoon’s cycle of power is Spring and Summer, and it is a nocturnal creature.

".... as the soft flow washes over me, here I sleep no further"

Forth Eorlingas

The Echoes of Mythology

Native American Myths: Origin of the Pleiades

The power and excellence of Native American Myths has always been present when walking the journey of the Self. This is a testament to the Native American People and their ways, living in tune with Nature, the Cosmos and the higher Self.

Anything that appears "on the outside" is merely a projection, a representation within oneself, seen in the inner sect of oneself.

Seeing within the Eye of the Beholder

"Eternity is within Your Heart and Spirit"

"You are the Light and Shadow along the span of Time"


"All men dream, but not equally.
Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible.

- T.E. Lawrence