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Herons are cautious, they will rather flee then fight but if needed their sharp beak can do a lot of damage. As a bird they symbolises swords and air and just look at that sharp pointed beak. To the point. Exact.

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The deck is the Hidden Realms by Julia Jeffrey and Barbara Moore. (the image I found online since my camera is dead)

This deck is very beautiful and emotional. At first glance it is just a bunch of portraits and pretty people, but they all convey emotions and carry a lot of meaning, at least for me. The Aces are the prettiest, they are all animals.

This week has been rough for me. I did go see a doctor on monday and I did get a diagnosis (BPD type 2) and will start the tests and check up for new meds soon, most likely after the holidays. After beeing like a zombie for months I am actually on the turning point now. Things look brigther, I got more energy which is nice for the x-mas. Sucks to be down and out for such a merry holiday.

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About jema

Dreamer, tarot reader and hobo librarian

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  1. Herons have such a diamond-sharp, still focus, yet they can move swift and sure when it’s time to strike!
    I put off getting this deck because I didn’t think I’d be able to read with it; it was a surprise and joy to learn I could if I used a different method (reading expressions and body language).
    Glad you’re on the upswing for the holidays. Riding the mental health roller-coaster can be exhausting because there seems to be no end to the ride. Hope you get things sorted out soon with the doctor.

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