I’ll just post everything all at once today.
Today’s workout was somewhat torturous. I could really use a gym! Or workout buddies. Or new clothes or something, anything to inspire me, but it’s not gonna happen. My Creative Cloud is due soon, and I’m going to pay my NYC accountant for one more year…
Cardio HIIT and Sweat
- (40/50) skipping
- 2 rounds with 1min break in between, Time = 46:00
- Supergirl push-up
- High knees
- Down dog hop, R, bring knee in & touch elbow, then swing leg up to handstand (at wall)
- Down dog hop, L
- Mountain climber
- Leg lift plank forearms
- Side lunge punch lunge & side hook, 10lbs
- Single leg hip thrust, R
- Single leg hip thrust, L
- Hop to lunge, R lunge back & then hop up, lifting knee
- Hop to lunge, L
- Crescent push-up, R knee in to opp elbow, then leg out straight & push-up, wide hands
- Crescent push-up, L
BodyRock Fat Burn Challenge – Day 3
- 12min set abs & skipping
- 1min timed poses, except for 5min sirsasana. No vinyasa.
The morning’s tarot reading:
Card 1, within: Queen of Cups creates an environment of heart, love.
Introduction: The Queen of Cups is among the most loving archetypes in the tarot deck. She indicates compassion, love, and concern for ourselves and our fellow man. Often when the “court cards” come up in a reading, they indicate an actual person, in this case a woman, in our lives. The majority of the time when the queen of Cups appears, and is “standing in” for a person, she is representing a female with hair on the lighter end of the spectrum.
General: Generally the Queen of Cups indicates female energy that is solidly “in your corner,” that women in your life are very much supportive of you and/or that a woman will come to your aid. The queen of Cups also reminds us to treat ourselves with love and compassion. No matter who and where you are, there are things in you that are worthy of love and respect.
Keywords: An environment where love is given and received and allowed to grow. Value emotions (as) they are never without reason or source. Patience.
Card 2, without: 7 of Wands
Introduction: When the 7 of Wands appears, you are likely to find that in any sort of competitive situation, that you come out on top. Things should be going very well, you should be feeling good, and projects should be moving right along. You may still have regular moments of self-doubt, unfortunately, but now is time to feel the fear, and do it anyway.
General: Don’t hesitate to make where you stand clear to people. Your thinking is clear, and you are likely to help someone out by spelling things out for them. This card can indicate that a change is coming – a positive change – in your personal or business life. This card also points toward being independent and thinking for yourself.
Card 3, advice: Ace of Wands
Introduction: Aces of any suit usually indicate new beginnings – generally very positive ones. Wands are in the realm of accomplishment and are often generally related to work/career. If you are having a difficult time and draw the Ace of Wands in a reading, know that things are likely to be getting much better very soon!
General: This card depicts being upbeat, optimistic, and hopeful about your future – with good cause! You are likely to be feeling quite energetic and positive, or you very soon will be feeling that way. Aces also tell you that now is a good time to start something new. What will you begin?
Work: If you are looking for a new position when the Ace of wands appears, know that something new and very positive is likely to be headed your way soon. Be bold and ask for what you want/need in the work/career arena. You are likely to be more successful than you’d dream possible.
Keywords: pure untamed energy and libido, creative potential, divine spark. Initiative, inertia, impetus. Creative energy available to a goal.
The suit of Wands is generally associated with the element of fire. Not surprisingly, astrologically, they are associated with the fire signs of Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius. In some decks you will see literal depictions of fire in the art of the cards.
As a broad generalization, Wands relate to career and employment issues, whether for the querent or for those around them. Wands also relate to movement and possibility in our lives and are not always related to business or career.