Daily Tarot for September 30,2013


It looks like it’s going to be one of those “blahhh” days.  Today we have the Four of Cups. Sometimes when things get  overwhelming we want to withdraw into ourselves and hide away from the world until  we can get re-centered again. We can’t be much use to others if we don’t take care of ourselves first, so taking time from the business of life to just reflect and process is good therapy, but we don’t want to spend too much time in that space because if we withdraw too far there is a danger that we become a self-absorbed shut in and we will miss out on the blessings that life presents all around us.

So take your break, maybe even feel a little sorry for yourself for a few minutes but remember, the saying goes: “When the going gets tough, the tough get going”… not “When the going gets tough, the tough go have a little cry in the corner”!

If you feel yourself sliding down into that “mode” again, remember Bob Newhart’s advice from September 17’ths reading… just “STOP IT!” 


4 thoughts on “Daily Tarot for September 30,2013

  1. I know that statistically, the same cards will come up fairly often. But it feels like there are a lot of repeats, and we probably should pay attention to them. If the ten of wands and the four of cups each come up twice in 12 days, does that mean we are doing way too much and have to keep withdrawing because of it?

    • geekyg1rl says:

      Yes, I’d says so. I’d say things are stressful and withdrawal is a coping mechanism. The Tarot will repeat the same cards over and over if we are still working on the same issues and the same lessons. I have seen the same cards come up for readings for people over and over and over until finally there is a break through, and I am talking about a period of years! I am thinking of one person in particular that I read for every six months or so for about two years and basically got the same cards. I told them I could see that they were still dealing with the same issues. Then suddenly there was a huge shift for this person and that was reflected in the next reading. It was so refreshing for them to see different cards and such a positive reflection of the transition they’d gone through.

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