Daily Tarot for May 27, 2014

Daily Tarot for May 27, 2014


Greetings all! I hope you all had a nice Memorial Day weekend.

Today we have a reading for someone who started on a new life journey expecting success and accolades, (maybe thinking it was going to be a piece of cake) but got more than what they bargained for.




In the top row we have the Fool, The Six of Wands, and the Ten of Wands. The Fool generally means beginning a new phase or starting a whole new cycle. There is a feeling of adventure, hope and faith about this card. Beside the Six of Wands we get the definite feeling that there was some measure of success surrounding this, or certainly a hope for great things but the Ten of Wands says that the work load was maybe more than what you were expecting, or that the task was much harder than you thought it would be and you are struggling. This is reinforced by the Six of Swords which often represents depression. This job is not what it was cracked up to be and the Six of Swords right beside the Hermit may also be telling you that you need to go on a little vacation. Spend some time in solitude and take some time to reassess and recharge. You might find that if you take some time to yourself you can return with more energy, and will be able to take a whole new creative approach. (Two of Wands.)





3 thoughts on “Daily Tarot for May 27, 2014

  1. We just can’t get a break from the Ten of Wands.

  2. I bit the bullet and bought the Legacy to the Divine app for my iPad (for my upcoming trip to Singapore). It’s a beautiful piece of work. I’ll let you explore it the next time I see you.

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