Setting Boundaries Spread
On This Day
The Europeans were slow to discover the Great Barrier Reef, while Australian Aboriginals have been aware of the reef for over 40,000 years.
On this day in 1770, Captain James Cook’s ship ran aground. Unknowingly, he had just discovered the Great Barrier Reef. A system of over 3,800 coral reefs and islands along the coast of Australia and the largest living thing on earth, it supports a wide variety of life including fish, whales, dolphins, and sea turtles.
Summation of Spread
The Ace of Swords is always at your beck and call to draw a line in the sand, in the air, or even in the soft flesh of your adversary. Slay all barriers with it. Standing for a great idea, this sword is your most powerful ally when you wield it fearlessly.
Do you protect yourself well? The Great Barrier Reef, which can be seen from outer space, is inspiration for a spread concerning the boundaries you set to secure your mental and physical state.
Cast Your Cards
Remember how precious you are as you cast your cards.
1. What helps me become more self aware?
2. What boundaries do I find hard to set?
3. What helps me stop this?
4. What should people not ask of me?
5. What do I have the right to ask for?
6. Why is it okay to protect my time and energy?
7. Who is supportive of me?
8. What is the first boundary I must set?