January in Review | Wild Unknown Tarot

My January tarot review theme is “Get Curious” as picked from the Threads of Fate: Shadow Edition. Curiosity is a funny thing. There’s a lot of negativity around it, but, in reality, curiosity helps us survive. The urge to explore and gain knowledge allows us, as humans, to feel a sense of accomplishment and wards off boredom. I am no different. I spent January working on a new website (if you’re reading this….surprise!), new products, and a new mindset altogether. It took hours of knowledge seeking and exploring new products.

Moving on to Judgement, I can’t help but notice the bird correlation between these two cards. Birds often times represent freedom and, in a way, that is what I have been working towards. All of my energy pushed towards gaining knowledge will eventually allow me the freedom to customize the things that I have been wanting to do for a long time.

Also, Judgement represents rebirth and inner calling. What I really like about this is the imagery of soaring up and away from the things that might have been holding me back. I might not quite be where I want to be, but I’m flying towards it!

The Mother of Cups is a reminder to me to focus on my witchcraft and spirituality. If you saw my Bone Reading, you know that I neglected my ancestor work. I can admit that. That is something I am looking forward to restarting in February now that a lot of the hard work I have been doing is behind me. So, stay tuned for that! The 9 of Wands is confirmation that everything that I’ve been working on is coming to a resolution!

Overall, January was a great month for me. It was full of a lot of hard work and sleepless nights, but all I have to do is keep flying.

How was your January tarot review?

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