Ace of Cups: Keep It Moving

The card of the day is the ACE OF CUPS.

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Deck used: The Prisma Visions tarot. The Ace of Cups is known as the Ace of Chalices.

Ah, yes!  Today is a good day to think about how you bring your body into balance. Is it that time of the year already? Fall is the perfect time to get rid of what isn’t necessary in your life – this can include foods and beverages that are not healthy for you either; the process of de-cluttering your life and your diet can be liberating and healing on multiple levels. I’ve never been a fan of fasts, but I think most of us could stand to clean up our nutrition by incorporating more seasonal and unrefined foods. If you want to feel better, get your digestion moving, have more clarity, and energy, I suggest consuming more herbal tea, water, bone broths, coconut water, gluten-free grains, fiber-rich foods, seafood, chicken, fresh fruit and vegetables, and adding healthy and pure sources of natural fat (butter, olive oil, animal fat, or coconut oil). Once you get your digestion in good working order, your energy flow will follow suit.  Here’s to your health! I hope this is ace brings a fresh start and positive new beginning where your health is concerned.

Ten of Cups: Community, Trust, and Emotional Support

The card of the day is the TEN OF CUPS.

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The appearance of the ten of cups tells me that emotionally, you are in a very secure position. Your family of origin or family of choice has created a cushion of protection around you and you can trust that it will always be there to protect and nurture you when you need it. You feel good knowing that you’ve had a hand in creating this tight-knit community whose members are able to feel vulnerable around each other and trust that they will still be loved. You feel safe.

Today is a good day to share your emotional riches with others. When you operate from a position of emotional stability, you are able to be more receptive and empathetic to what others are feeling.

Think about this:

Who needs sympathy, understanding, or support in your community and how can you provide it?


Tap into the emotional undercurrent in your community and see where it takes you.

How is the role of ‘support person’ exchanged in your community? Do you see how it serves your community to have members be open, understanding, and empathetic? How so?

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section!