Wizard's Pet Tarot (self-published, 2014), is sweet and playful, but still with the depth you'd expect from the creator of the Steele Wizard Tarot (self-published, 2007).
Situation: Page of Cups
little blue dragon stands by the seashore and looks innocently at the goldfish splashing about in
his cup. A week for emotional openness, perhaps even vulnerability, and
Don't: Queen of Cups
dragon, but more obviously feminine, she sits on her beachside throne
and gazes at her own golden cup. As the card for what to avoid this
week, I am reminded of this Queen's less appealing characteristics:
emotional manipulation and smothering. Clearly, this week I need to
give myself and others the room to explore my/their emotions without
assumptions about what I or they 'should' feel.
Do: XIX - The Sun
card is a lovely complement to the Page of Cups, also speaking of
innocence and joy. A tiny dragon seems freshly hatched, still carrying
part of his eggshell around with him as he sits astride a white horse.
As a recommendation, it speaks to me of bringing beginner's mind to all
that I do this week. And of being open to finding the joy in every situation, rather than worrying about all the emotional ramifications.
To read journal prompts based on these cards, click here.
P.S. Tonight at 10pm GMT there'll be an extra post, as part of the Imbolc Tarot Blog Hop...