I have mentioned before how much I love The Magician. The interpretation of this card by Ray Dawn (who you also know I love, admire, and respect) is Everything. Absolutely everything. I love the Tarot. That is all. ✨✨✨ #Repost @raydawn1300 ・・・
“#Awareness - is one ☝️ of the #key 🔑 reminders that you already possess all of the tools to #guide and #direct you in your #life .
Whether it’s #wisdom , #intuition , #psychic skill, #creativity , self-#motivation , #love , #willpower , physical ability, or just pure #courage , they’re all part of #you .
Once you learn to tap into and use them, you’ll be amazed by the power and effect they can have.
You have the ability to allow the #Universe to work in partnership with you.
Together, you can #manifest change, whatever the desire may be, and bring about a #positive outcome.
This represents your ability to create your own reality- to set ideas into motion and watch them grow.
This card if often drawn when you’re ready to switch direction, start a new project, or change careers.
Now is the time to use positive thoughts, visualizations, and #affirmations as you veer away from negativity.
Knowledge is power and can lead to #success .
By having #faith , keeping your willpower strong and directed, and by tapping into the tools that you possess- as well as calling on the #magic from the Universe- you can accomplish anything and everything you set out to do.”- The #Magician / The Psychic Tarot ❤️👏👁👌🔥💗🎶💪🌊💎
UWC ISAK Students are very creative even in the English class!
Mr. Underwood's English classes were asked to perform an act from classic Shakespeare plays such as A Midsummer Night's Dream and Romeo and Juliet. The students had very creative takes on it, such as incorporating a Star Wars fight scene in it (Watch the video!)! Mr. Underwood mentioned during his evaluations of one of his classes that he was incredibly impressed with not just the quality of the acts that were put up, but how confident the students have become since they started the class. #uwc#uwcisakjapan#english#literature#Shakespeare#midsummernightsdream#romeoandjuliet#starwars#lastjedi#creativity#creativeconfidence
Mr. Underwoodの英文学の授業で、生徒たちはシェイクスピアの真夏の夜の夢やロミオとジュリエットを演じることを課されました。生徒たちは、戦いの場面にスターウォーズの１シーンを入れるなど、とてもクリエイティブな演出を加えていました！Mr. Underwoodは、あるクラスの講評で、生徒たちのパフォーマンスのクオリティだけでなく、最初の頃から比べて皆がとても自信をつけてきた様子にとても感心していると話しました。
Trust your own path.
Your truth does not need to be defended.
This one has been coming up a lot with clients as they begin to doubt themselves and ask others for permission or validation- that their ideas are good, that the next step is the “right” step. Right or good According to whom?
Who is it that determines what is good for you? You! Only you can answer to yourself. Whether they think it’s good or right or not doesn’t matter because they will always confirm for you your own doubts. Like a conspiracy theorist You will always look for the evidence that confirms your doubts and mistrust.
Here’s a challenge I ask of you. When you have an idea something you want to put out into the world, hold it in your heart for a while. Tell no one. Don’t ask other people if it’s ok, if it’s good. Sit with it. Understand why it’s important to you. Why you want to put it out into the world. Be in touch with what excites you and energizes you about it. Come from a place of joy and imagination before you let other people kill your dreams- allow yourself to dream them.
When you are sure, when you can trust in your big why, when you can know that your contribution matters because YOU MATTER then share it- but from this place you can detach from the judgements and criticism that can kill any sprout of a dream. Feedback is important too so we can readjust go back to the drawing board, but we don’t want other people’s opinions to create a full stop on the dreaming part. Allow yourself to trust in your vision- like a little sprout you trust can grow with some sunlight and water and loving tenderness- you don’t give that little sprout to a hungry animal that will destroy it. No you protect it. You don’t have to explain why, you do it because it needs to live.