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8 OF INSPIRATION

— The speed and velocity of freely flowing energy —

EIGHT OF INSPIRATION (WANDS) TAROT CARD MEANING

POETRY AUDIO

MEDITATION AUDIO


THE 8 OF INSPIRATION TAROT MESSAGE

KEYWORDS

fast energy, movement, travel, sometimes the breaking free of stuck patterns, running with an idea when inspiration hits

CREATOR MUSING

Fast is better than perfect.

WORD PROMPT

Ephemeral chances

EXPERIENCING the Tarot 8 OF INSPIRATION

She moves so quickly that her 2 legs become 8. They are a blur through time and a joy to create with. She is the 8 of Inspiration, and she serves up fast energy and quick dreams. She whispers of travel, momentum and movement. Speeding through this realm, the 8 of Inspiration wants to share a secret with you. You see that forge of black and white that pushes the air out of her way and creates a vacuum to step into? That energy is one of duality and unanswered questions. It doesn’t need to choose a side. It doesn’t need the yes or no. It doesn’t need to be a perfect answer… it is fast. Done. And moving on. It serves up more opportunities than failures and it absolutely feels like flow. She whispers that you don’t need to be so picky and perfect. That this life is but a flash of moments in the quicksand of expanding Universes, and that taking oneself so seriously (to the point of needing to be perfect) will only serve to get your feet stuck in the mud and cause boundaries of blocked energy. Stay the flow sweet creator, and jump into movement. It’s time to move.


PATHWORKING VISUALIZATION

Imagine yourself as a tiny spot on the landscape that is stretching below the 8 of Inspiration. As she speeds by, asks her why she is in such a rush. If you are curious, ask the little snails why they are so slow. Ask them what you need to learn about time, travel and movement.


CREATIVE PROMPT

Fast art. Speed things up and make your marks on the page in record time. What happens to your writing or your drawing when you speed things up? And what happens when you slow things right down? What changes in your body do you register? And what can you learn from them?