New Venture

Mark the date!  7 May 2018.

It’s the day the Greenfairy sets out on a new adventure.  I have been reading tarot for a long while now; but there are more exciting ways in which I can bring you sunshine.  I can in fact give you some real help.

Watch this blog:  I will be adding pages.

To kick off on this lovely path, let me share something delicious I found while idly trawling the interwebs.

How to find your life’s calling in 5 minutes!


How much fun is that?  5 minutes!  That’s all it takes!

🙂  Leave a comment about what your life purpose turned out to be !

(And what you thought of this method.)

Namaste, aloha, sayonara, slàn… for now!



The Tao of Pooh

Wonderful philosophy

Spirit Lights The Way

Joy Roses shared this nugget on Nuggets of Gold:

As I pondered the image, these thoughts came to mind:

All things must pass.

Let go and go with the flow.

Every drop is part of the whole.

Water flows over and around obstacles in its path.

You can never step into the same river twice.

What thoughts came to you as you watched the river run?

Aah . . . that’s wisdom!

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Ace of Cups

 Hanson Roberts - Ace of Cups

The Ace of Cups

What an apt card for Christmas…

The Ace of Cups:  Overflowing with emotion, abundance, family, new beginnings.

A time for a new start.

Cups symbolize:

  • Emotion
  • Abundance
  • Spirit

So does Water, and there is a lot of water in this card.  The Ace, the trump of each suite, always stands for new beginnings, but also the meaning of the suite magnified manyfold.

Wishing you a very loving, peaceful, spiritual Christmas.

(Hanukkah, Yule, Diwali – they are all festivals of light)









Have you found your Christmas-Zen?

How many of my blogfriends have followed the suggestions I made in the last post and are heading for a Zen holiday season?

Sometimes I play “Wheel of Fortune” with my Tarot cards.   That is:  I shuffle and shuffle and shuffle, and draw, and – nah! – put the card back and go again.

That’s what I did now, and guess what came out:

The Wheel of Fortune


Yes – that be me messing with the “Wheel of Tarot”


Playful as a kitten

Brr – sinister!  The Wheel turns.

The Wheel Turns

You’ve heard that banal platitude, “the only constant is change”.

Well, if you’ve been having a spot of bad luck, the Wheel is turning!

But if you’ve been on a particularly lucky streak, beware, because the Wheel turns…

If someone has slighted you or done you in:  Rest assured, the Wheel turns!

For good or for bad, “this too shall pass”.


Then make sure you live the good times well and don’t step on people’s karma!  😉





Ace of Pentacles – Reversed!

Here come pennies from heaven – not!

The Ace of Pentacles came out reversed

When an ace comes out reversed it always makes me uneasy.  Aces have a tremendous positive power, moving things forward, helping to create new beginnings; when drawing an ace I literally feel the lift of that trump.

So when it is reversed, I feel uneasy.  But it seems as though this card comes in the nick of time.

Wise words for the season:

Look to the pennies!  Avoid unnecessary spending:

Money does not buy happiness.


How many of you are staggering around the shops overloaded with presents that will be opened, will elicit a thankful smile, hug and possibly kiss and then be filed away under ‘present received from —‘?

How many of us turn Christmas, Hannukah and so on into a spending frenzy?

How many buy expensive foods for the season, and end up broke by the 2nd of January?  Who spends your very last penny (hemhem, not trying to be punny) on Christmas and New Year?

Instead, do something for yourself:

Grow a Money Tree!

You aren’t helping anyone (not genuinely) by showering them with gifts on Christmas.  You’re not impressing any inlaws (though why you’d want to impress them anyway…) by going all-out on your dinner.  Instead, go for filling but affordable dishes; look up delicious but cheap recipes online; make a sweet dessert like Greek Baklava that is so sweet that it satisfies the sweetest tooth and the craving for extra sweets is taken care of.

Then, put away at least 10% of your total December intake (salary plus bonus) into a long-term savings, and resolve to pay yourself 10% every month next year.  See where it takes you.

Now go forth and have fun!