Good evening my little Tarot Tots. It’s your Auntie Vyv!
I’m using a writing prompt from Nature Bound Pagan today to just kind of muse and journal on here. You can find those prompts they make on here.
The prompt for today 11.16.2020 is: “How can I be grateful for negative events in my life?”
I am just kind of thinking about negativity and how I can be thankful. I am grateful for them for helping me become the humanoid being that I am today. I’ve managed to survive through the hell that I had dealt with as a child and even some of my adult life. I’ve had to cut people out of my life, like some of my extended family. They were negative about the ways that I am the way that I am. How can you love me if you can’t love the various parts?
I have friends now who I count as my extended family, and someof them I even count as my actual family. You can often hear me talking about my friends, Rose, Luna, and Panda. These three humanoid beings are beings in my digital coven. I am such good friends with them that we consider eah other family. We take care of each other. We do what we can to be there for each other through thick and thin. It’s nice to have them around, even the days we’ve had where we were fighting for some reason or another (and I guarantee that i was one of the instigator a majority of the time!!)!
I own my mistakes. Today, the Monday motivational card by Mystic Mondays Tarot is Temperance, and I think that that is kind of funny because that is the card that I use to represent myself when I’m reading for people. I consider myself an agent of change, and that is what I consider most tarot readers and psychics and things to be. We see and do things that people do not do and we can change the ways people live their lives. Not everyone changes themselves and it’s important for us to realize that we can’t change everyone and we can’t force anyone to change. This goes for anyone really.
I’m thankful for the negative experiences in my life because I have lived through them. How do they feel to you? Have your experiences changed who you are? I am sure they have. Let’s see what kind of things changed you in the comments if you want.
The thing that changed me the most was my father’s attitude. Because of his usual mood, I find myself being the kind of person that anyone can come to and talk to. He was never that person for me. My mother was always that person. I consider my mother to be like some kind of saint, but she has her flaws as well. My father would yell at us all the time about a variety of things so I don’t really like yelling or raising my voice. I will never raise my voice to someone I’m mad at. If I am mad, I find that I can use my words to discuss what needs changing. This is one of the reasons and ways that I am thankful for that negativity to change me.
How have you changed?
Lots of Love,
The Wormwood Oracle