Whether we want to admit it, or not Old Man Winter is here to hang for a while— and now's the time for cooking up a more pro-active game plan towards improving your unhealthy habits, and indulge in bigger second-helpings of self-forgiveness.
The Kitchen Tarot, when blended with the philosophy of numerology, provides organic food-for-thought. From tarot, December brings to the table the energies of the number Two for the main course— December (month 12), when added to the year 2015 becomes 1+2+2+0+1+5=11, whose sum total, 11, reduces down to (1+1 ) 2—making this a month of nurturing, exploring your intuitive-feminine nature, and for improving personal relationships, and understanding your body's natural rhythms.
This month, you're granted a temporary exemption from acting and feeling like your same old self, and possess a tremendous capacity to convert your old wounds, as well as the old wounds of others, into brilliant opportunities in these closing days of 2015. Like the classic High Priestess tarot card of inner-feminine wisdom, Kitchen Tarot's card Two—the Teapot—is about hidden motivations and unseen answers coming to a boil. Perseverance and stealth delivers rewards now. Don't let what you once could not do interfere with what you can do now.
For the remainder of December, card Two serves you up some time off for good behavior, and fantastical good reasons for changing plans & playing hooky. The Teapot whistles songs of change and whispers clues about long-missing pieces of the puzzle, deep feelings, and mysterious dreams. Still waters run deep. Be patient, and hungrier for meaning than for any specific outcome. Your intuition is slowly beginning to boil, burning off tired, old beliefs and stale theories in the process. Before you resume untying some of your karmic knots, stop to smell the roses as you sip your tea.
December's Kitchen Tarot Teapot Affirmation: I trust my resourcefulness and intuition.
The Kitchen Tarot is the brainchild of multi-media fine artist Susan Shie (turtle moon.com). I created the book and how to use- philosophy. When combined and gently sauteed with the philosophy of numerology and seasoned with dash of joy, provides nourishing food-for-thought about home- and soul-caring.