College can be exhausting. Unpredictable outcomes, expecting profs, and gut-wrenching exams. Competition is everywhere, and you feel like everyone is so much better than you. There’s pressure and expectations that you have to meet. This is all too familiar for me who is studying in a top district university in Asia. To transcend everything there is, dealing with online world-class!
Good luck to our sanity.
As a Finance student, I encounter lingos and technical terms that are really hard to digest. I read academic reports, principles, and historic origins- all are which fantastically boring and draining to read. Thankfully, I acquired consolation to reflection and journaling- something I looking for do each day.
I recently came in tarot learning this year. Dipping my toes in such diversion interposed me in a lot of underlying live thinkings, all a step further to reach our higher purpose. I was enlightened. Tarot posters are like money. Money is just paper but it’s the people who made value and power into the working paper. Same with tarot cards. The allure of tarot placards is that they are rich with symbols, and you can relate to anything under the sun. My favorite aspect of tarot placards are the Four Elements- barrage, water, breeze, and earth. I’m an elemental tarot reader because I trust occult comes from nature. When I intend occult, it’s literally anything people can do because they wasted their vigor realise them and conceiving they will work.
There are other aspects like magic, astrology, numerology, chakra healing, mediumship, and palmistry. Of track, anyone can choose their specific niche. I like to stick with the most natural method, and one that I’m more interested about.
Buying exclusively one tarot placard would do the trick. It is likely to be your best friend forever.
The good thing about journaling is that you never run out of options. Bullet journal, scrapbook, diary, or blogging. If it can help sort your thoughts, then opt whatever that works for you.
My first ever journal was the one I compiled in high school. All the garb trackers, inventory of endowments, intelligence dump, daily numbers, paraphrases, scrap of magazines, and super idea designings. I loved it, and I based it off from the videos I watched on Youtube or the resources I found online.
College comes in, and I still demanded something similar. Yet my planned is packed and I just have time to rest, so what do I do? I was working as a part-time accountant and I promised myself to buy a 5-Year Journal. I immediately succession it online, it has 365 questions that I can answer for five years. It’s so simple, and it doesn’t need a great deal of work. I cherish answering questions, and even for a few minutes, my psyche would stop thinking about school-related stuff and only answer silly questions. I still use it religiously today. As of writing this blog, the question of the day is: “What’s your favorite snack food? ” I asked BBQ fries, of course.( How about you, what’s your favorite? Comment below !) Anyway, the point is you will get to know yourself better.
The recent journal task that’s keeping me busy is my tarot journal. It facilitates me ruminate, learn tarot, and improve myself simultaneously. The benefits are truly reinforcing. I follow the tarot spreads on Tarot volumes and I speak my tarot posters. I would write down and manifest about the senses, and would post on my blog once I’m done. It’s my favorite because it determines me hopeful about the future, it increases my consciousness, and it increases my ability as a tarot reader.
Did it work to keep my college life-time more manageable? Well … I actually recently became the Class Topnotcher this semester …( not to boast, for credibility purposes exclusively- but still, I worked hard for it so I’ll accept the compliment with my whole soul) It’s a proof I managed it to balance it well!
Exploring any aspect of your life as a young adult is extremely important. May it be sexuality, affection, relations, career, attractivenes, and most of all- spirituality. If we are able to take care of the outside or external, we can also take initiative to seek what’s inside. These trying times is when we uplift each other. Cheers to college live!
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