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Easy Spiritual practices: Six of Cups

March 16, 2016

Spirituality is not just what you do in church on Sunday. It doesn’t have to be some tough discipline that takes years of practice.  No. It’s also all the little things in life too, like smiling at a stranger, giving a coin to a beggar, and stopping to smell (and appreciate) the roses. So if you want to be a bit more spiritual, if you want to come one step closer to the Divine, here is one easy little spiritual practice for today inspired by the Six of Cups.

Six of Cups -- Tarot of the MastersBe nice and friendly to the people you encounter working in stores, such as the clerks, cashiers, etc. If you ask someone for help, say please and thank you, and when you say thank you, look the person in the eye and say it from your heart with feeling and great sincerity. The perfunctory “thank you” we usually give doesn’t really do it. When you are at the checkout stand, ask the checker “How is your day going?” and say, “Have a nice day.”  Things like that.  I know this all sounds very simple, but you may be amazed at the results.  Not only will this brighten someone else’s day, it will lift your spirits too.

If you’re interested in reading more about how every touch of compassion creates a more loving world, see my post about the spiritual message of the Six of Cups.

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If you enjoy these words of spiritual advice from the cards, you’ll love my Tarot book — The Soul’s Journey: Finding Spiritual Messages in the Tarot.

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One Comment
  1. it would be a much better world if everyone behaved like that.

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