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However, I'm not into Quabalah, so how does this apply to me? Well, one thing is that I use structure in my card readings. Be it the positions in a tarot spread, or choosing ahead of time how to read even a simple Lenormand line of three, that structure helps define the reading, allowing intuition a space without becoming overwhelmed by possibility. For example, even a line of three can be read at least three different ways. My normal pattern: 1+2→3: committing to structure (Man + Ring) leads to intuition (Woman). Or you could read (1+2) and (2+3) and (1+3): a commitment to logic and a commitment to intuition lead to a balanced psyche. Or, another one I use quite often, 2 + (1+3): commitment takes a willingness to give and receive, to use logic and intuition: to find balance.
I also see in this line a reminder that I need to be more structured with my meditation practice. I will make sure I sit regularly, preferably at the same time of day each time.
Committing to structure can also enable rather than restrict creativity. Thinking about this led me this afternoon to do my first Zentangle drawing inspired by Arwen ;)