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174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

Update: 2021-10-15
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How can we radically love and accept ourselves when we live with an inherent belief that we are not enough? Today on the podcast, we look to Seven of Swords as a powerful anchor for this kind of deep unraveling, exploring it as a continuation of our journey with The Lovers, our card for the month of October.

Note: This episode is a re-release of an episode I recorded in 2020, with a fresh intro. The original verbiage for the episode is below:

All Sevens in the Tarot represent a call to engage with inner work that often feels like it needs to be resolved externally, with an external action. With Seven of Swords, we are called to explore the ways in which we get caught up in the myths of not enoughness that our mind often presents to us: the fear that we are not okay, that there's something wrong with us, or that at our core, we are fundamentally not good enough.

Are we willing to courageously tend to the deep internal wounds that lay underneath those thoughts? Are we willing to come back home to ourselves, lay a hand on our heart, and just be with ourselves when things feel tender, or uncomfortable?

In today's episode of the podcast, we will explore Seven of Swords as a huge and beautiful Anchor for these kinds of experiences, and concrete ways to begin to work with the energy of this card, and with ourselves, in these moments.

CWs: The content in this episode contains references to extinction, environmental degradation, religious structures, loss, death, illness, trauma, and systemic marginalization.

To read a transcript for today's episode, click here: https://bit.ly/30f7Lec

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ABOUT THE PODCAST
Tarot for the Wild Soul explores the cards through an inclusive, non-predictive, trauma informed perspective, rooted in compassion, common sense, and critical thinking, hosted by intuitive Tarot teacher, Lindsay Mack.

Through a weaving of intuitively channeled downloads, answers to listener questions, and lessons around the cards, Tarot for the Wild Soul offers ways to view the Tarot as helpful, applicable medicine that can provide nourishment and clarity to us in our day to day lives.

ABOUT LINDSAY
Lindsay (she/her, they/them) is an intuitive artist, Tarot teacher, writer, podcast host, and the founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul. As a joyful survivor of childhood abuse, C-PTSD, and chronic pain/illness, Lindsay is passionately dedicated to honoring and helping to bring space, light and healing to those who are experiencing mental, emotional or physical suffering. Through her work with Soul Tarot School, Lindsay has trained and taught thousands of people, many of whom have gone on to teach and read professionally. They are a queer, non-binary femme, proudly neurodivergent, and delighted to be here with you.

WEBSITES: www.lindsaymack.com // www.tarotforthewildsoul.com

PODCAST EDITOR: Chase Voorhees
PODCAST TRANSCRIPTIONISTS: Annelise Feliu and Meghan Lyman
PODCAST ART: Rachelle Sartini Garner

Honoring and acknowledging that this podcast episode was recorded on the unceded land of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, currently called Portland, OR, with the deepest respect to the Kalapuya Tribe, Cowlitz Tribe, and Atfalati Tribe.
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174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

174. The Myth of Not Enoughness with Seven of Swords

Lindsay Mack, founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul