Plots

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In a garden, plots set specific types of plants apart, so we can find and care for them. In a reading, Plots set areas of our lives apart as well as tell us the focus of the reading.  There are five Plots, each with its own color that helps quickly identify the life area and the general direction of the reading.

A garden plot sets specific fruits and vegetables apart in the garden.

An Elements Plot sets specifics about our life apart in the reading.

A Plot Card has a word and image with single color shading.

The Plot Cards are divided into five categories:  Abundance, Health, Relationships, Growth, and Spirituality.  Each of these categories has five cards, except Spirituality, which has seven.

Abundance Cards

  • Food
  • Freedom
  • Mobility
  • Money
  • Shelter

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Health Cards

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Energy
  • Soft Landings
  • Wellness

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Relationships Cards

  • Allies
  • Children
  • Friends
  • Love
  • Partners

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Growth Cards

  • Meaning
  • Self-Awareness
  • Transformation
  • Understanding
  • Wisdom

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Spirituality Cards

  • Faith
  • Flow
  • Intuition
  • Playfulness
  • Purpose
  • Surrender
  • Wholeness

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  • A Plot is like a suit in a regular playing card deck. A heart or a spade in a regular deck might be Relationship or Growth in the world of the Elements.
  • Each Plot has its own color: Abundance—red; Health—orange; Relationship—green; Growth—blue; and Spirituality—purple.
  • Just like in a farm garden, Elements Plots divide areas of our lives into general categories.
  • Each Plot has a variety of cards, and each card prompts us to direct the reading’s focus to that part of our life.

 

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