Deck Used: The Herbcrafter’s Tarot ©2019 by Latisha Guthrie and Joanna Powell Colbert, published by U.S. Games Systems
“Five of Water: GOLDENSEAL (Reversed)
(The reversed meaning for this card is simply a blockage or obstacle in the energies of the upright meaning.)
“Grief is a necessary part of healing. You may be lost in sorrow or depression, unable to move forward from a great loss. Allow your feelings to unfold. While goldenseal is a prized remedy, its survival is threatened by over-harvesting. Tea made from the yellow root heal irritated mucus membranes, conjunctivitis, wet colds, sore gums, and eczema. Goldenseal root medicine teaches us that healing can be buried deep within. Sadness can open the portal to intuition. Though you are in the depths of despair, hope is hidden in the darkness. A small amount is all we need to get by.”
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This is where I post an almost daily Tarot or Oracle card. When I do the Card of the day draw, I always clear the space both physically and energetically and then focus on an energy for the day that will be useful to anyone who happens to see this page at any time.
Since times and dates are a thing that are mostly ignored by the spiritual realm, any date you've chosen to see will have a meaning for you no matter when in time it was actually posted or drawn. So, if you're on this page, this is the card for you in this moment.
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