Tarot Reading – How to Interpret a Pair of Opposing Cards

Identifying possible card combinations and interpreting these combinations are complex and exhausting skills to learn. But there is an easy way in learning this important tarot reading skill without banging our heads to the wall. To consistently and incrementally improve we have to skillfully maneuver in all areas of our lives. Sometimes our actions offset each other in a harmonious expression that is sometimes clear but all too often hazy. The keyword here is balance. We need balance to utilize all the energies surrounding us. Personal equilibrium is always moving. It comes from our skills to choose options that will work in the spur of the moment. Tarot reading is a guide to our tendency to counter-balance whatever is happening …

Man, the Microcosm; Part 5

Once the third-eye has been developed with the help of Kundalini, the Chrism oil, the secretions and magnetism of the head glands, and the brain-dews, man would be able to function in the higher worlds with full awareness. These various substances and energies are instrumental to man’s physical resurrection or etherealization. They are collected, blended, and released into the body through the third ventricle of the brain which, in one sense, represents the Holy Grail: “Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.” (Psalms 23:5) Hindu yogis call the brain-dews “soma” or “amrita.” It is the nectar or ambrosia of the gods. Manuals on yoga such …