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Tarot Reading for the Week Ahead: January 29 to February 4, 2024.

Published on January 29, 2024

Every week, I pull a card for the community and offer my thoughts on what the Tarot is predicting for us this week. Additionally, I recommend some cute things to do this week which are inspired by whichever card I pull!

This is my free tarot reading for week number 5 of 2024: January 29 to February 4, 2024

Card of the week: The Reversed Ace of Cups

It’s the timing of this, in the run-up to everywhere decorated in little hearts or even the birds starting their mating calls, that made me smile so wide today.

It’s not about what you can do for everyone else, but what you can do for yourself. The Reversed Ace of Cups is all about focusing love on you.

For all challenges, opportunities or difficulties in front of us – and even the disappointments – there is a moment of peace and contentment. I promise I’m not bullshitting. And all you have to do is be still for it because that’s where the REAL magick happens.

Take a step back from any external pressures or expectations, and focus on yourself this week, both emotionally and physically. Allow yourself to feel your emotions, but don’t let them consume you. Nurture your own well-being and take care of your heart babe.

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Things to do and try this week which relates to the Reversed Ace of Cups

  • Date idea or activity: Attend a laughter yoga class together, fostering joy and breaking through emotional barriers with laughter, or even just a local comedy night.
  • Book to read:Emotional Agility” by Susan David, a book that explores the importance of emotional resilience and flexibility in navigating life’s challenges. #ad
  • Movie to watch: “Inside Out,” because it’s excellent.
  • Playlist to try: “Transmutation Guide” by Peachkka on Spotify.
  • A Dish to try: It’s gotta be homemade tomato soup! I love a little oat cream to it too, with a cheese toastie and an ungodly amount of butter used.
  • Good action to do this week: Volunteer at a local shelter or community center, offering support to those in need and cultivating a sense of emotional connection.
  • Self-care action: Dedicate time to expressive arts therapy, such as painting, drawing, or journaling, as a means of exploring and releasing pent-up emotions.
  • Affirmation: “I release what no longer serves me, creating space for love, joy, and emotional well-being in my life.”
  • Skill to try: Learn mindfulness meditation techniques to cultivate emotional awareness and presence in the moment.
  • Deity to learn about: Hestia
  • Journaling prompt: “What emotions do I find challenging to express, and how can I nurture a more compassionate relationship with myself?”
  • Documentary: Watch “Happy People: A Year in the Taiga,” a documentary that explores the lives of people living in harmony with nature, reflecting on the simple joys of life.
  • Photography idea: Capture images that convey a range of emotions, whether it’s the laughter of a shared moment, the contemplation of solitude, or the vibrant colors of a sunset symbolizing hope.
  • Charity to donate to: Human Appeal for the genocide that is happening with Palestine.
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I have been reading Tarot for more than 15 years. I have always enjoyed using my intuition to provide clarity and insights to others. Tarot is one of my favorite forms of divination, and I love sharing that passion with like-minded folks.