As Hecate indicated, I’ve been practicing meditating through T. Thorn Coyle’s book Evolutionary Witchcraft.
Hecate gave me the Three of Cups showing me that I should honor my three selves: Sticky One, Shining Body, and Sacred Dove as well as Her three bodies too. (Also, I’m trying to get into the habit of doing yoga and meditating in the morning.).
A couple days ago, She gave me the Strength card, Hestia gave me the Ace of Pentacles, and Hermes gave me the Five of Swords. Hestia wants me to draw my power from the home. Hecate reminds me to reach within me and find what’s hurting me the most to I could heal. Hermes reminds me that I don’t always get what I want – sometimes being the winner means winner takes all – all the good and the bad.
Saturday was a bad day for me. I talked to my mom in the morning and usually it’s a a good conversation, but she misinterpreted what I said in our last conversation, which afterwards made me feel upset. For the rest of the day, I felt depressed. I realized that it hurt me that my mom didn’t understand what I said and I felt better (the Strength card).
Anyway, today. Hestia gave me the Ten of Swords. I believe this is to mean that the worst is over. That what I felt Saturday is as bad as it gets. Usually, Hestia gives me cards that are focused on the house, home, family, and home life. Hecate gave me The Magician to tell me to do more magic. My younger self has nudged me to do more magic recently. Again, today I did some yoga and devotionals in Evolutionary Witchcraft. I’d like to these exercises to my daily devotionals. Hermes’ gave me the Three of Wands telling me that my efforts in magic, my internship, and the degree I’m getting will pay off.