Once we know which elemental type we are–action-loving Fire, emotional Water, clear-thinking Air or grounded Earth–then it’s easy to come up with the holiday activities that will suit you best. And if you know your loved ones’ types, you can make sure they get to do the things they love, too. That way, everything gets done and everyone has a lovely time doing what they enjoy!
Find out your type, and the holiday activities that are best suited to you, here:
First, take the quiz to see which elemental type you are:
And here are some of the activities that may appeal to you:
If you are an AIR:
Making to-do lists, delegating responsibility–you love to organize!
Sending holiday cards or making catch-up phone calls.
Staying on top of things so that everything goes smoothly.
Reading special seasonal books; you enjoy being inspired.
Innovation: Finding new shops, trying a new product, inventing a new activity that could become a holiday tradition.
If you are a FIRE:
Taking part in holiday performances.
Any lively holiday activity: Tree-trimming, caroling, skating, sledding, dancing, partying.
Playing charades or other theatrical games.
Reaching out to donate goods or services to those less fortunate than you.
Motivating and inspiring others with your enthusiasm for every aspect of the holidays–your lively spirit is contagious!
If you are a WATER:
Watching favorite holiday videos–they always make you cry!
Cozily connecting with the people you love around a fire or the table.
Making sure everyone is at ease and relaxed.
Exploring the deeper meaning of the holidays.
Devising fun and thoughtful surprises for those you love; you know just what they need!
If you are an EARTH:
Cooking: You are the Great Nourisher, and love doing everything from baking cookies to whipping cream.
Using your hands: You enjoy making presents and wrapping them.
Keeping everyone’s physical comfort in mind.
Connecting with the natural world: You are deeply satisfied by bringing nature indoors.
Decorating: You are practically a pro at decking the halls!
Inspired by Discovering Yourself Through the Tarot, by Rose Gwain (Inner Traditions, 1994).
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