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<<First Name>> thanks for being here for this journey, Queer Tarot and all my other magickal rants and ramblings along the way.  


I love being creative, loud, empathetic, emotional, colourful, a risk taker, an adventurer, magickal, bold, impulsive, grounded, a high achiever.

I love these things, much more than it hurts if I am rejected or too much for someone because of these things.    Moving on from that is feeling and knowing in myself that I am, I am loveable, I am capable of beautiful successful gorgeous love, where I give myself wholeheartedly. I know I can do that, I know I am worthy of being loved and able to love in a supportive, respectful and honestly vulnerable way.  Read the full article....
Queer Tarot; Queering the Emperor Tarot Card - removing the patriarchy
If you never get rejected, you may be living too far inside your comfort zone. You can't be sure you're pushing yourself to your limits until you get turned down every now and then. When you get rejected you'll know you're putting yourself out there.

"Live your life for you not for anyone else. Don’t let the fear of being judged, rejected or disliked stop you from being yourself.” - Sonya Parker   
New Queer Tarot Cards
Read the full article here. Rejection is negative judgment manifested, and judgment is subjective by nature. This means I can decide to interpret rejection as evidence of someone’s perception rather than as evidence of my flawed nature. People who reject me are the minority!    The only reason we suffer the sting of rejection is because we feel emotionally attached to a person. Had we no emotions towards them, their rejection would mean nothing to us. Yet often times it has nothing to do with us. We are attached, we have have placed some expectation or meaning outside of ourselves to our attachment to a person.  

"I am a self-actualizer and I am “independent of the good opinion of other people.”  

We have hopes of the future, expectations of the fulfillment of needs. This expectation, and grasping onto attachment or meaning from a person, something or a experience that is never permanent opens us up to feeling pain and disappointment when that “forever” changes, or the situation shifts in a way we did not expect. Read more.
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