April Challenge – Feeling April Foolish? – Daily Draw Roundup.

For those not on Instagram, here is a roundup of my challenge posts so far this month…

So for @eroebuckjones / @connectwithyourdeck #ConnectWithYourDeckChallenge this month, Feeling April Foolish, I’m continuing to work with the Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding.

15th April 2019

What do you fear the most?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

XII – The Hanged Man lets me understand that I fear the swirling vortex that wishes to pull me into the void. I realise that sacrificing myself to it can lead to wisdom and enlightenment, but at the moment, I’m fearful of letting go to it.

16th April 2019

Who makes your life decisions?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

I do, with stamina and determination!
I do wonder if I might have gotten a very different answer a few years ago though…

17th April 2019

What is your greatest strength?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

My greatest strength is how I cope with change and personal transformation.

18th April 2019

What is your greatest weakness?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

Maker Seven – Effort Sustained is back again! I think that this time it’s telling me that sometimes I just don’t know when to give up.

19th April 2019

What does your inner critic say to you most often?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

78 cards in the deck, and I pull XIII Death … again! Although given that this card’s keywords include transformation, progress and shifting awareness, I can’t be that surprised. No matter how much work I do in these areas, my own inner critic thinks I should do more.

20th April 2019

When do you criticise yourself?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

Three times in four days Death has shown up for this challenge! I can’t even claim it’s because I’ve not shuffled the deck 😮 But I guess it shows that me and my inner critic are on the same page.

21st April 2019

When does the judgement of others hold you back?

Tarot of the Sidhe by Emily Carding

When that judgement stems from pettiness, I find I get really frustrated and stop moving forward.

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