Good morning all! I hope this post finds everyone well! Today we have an interesting reading as some of the same cards came up that we saw last week, which lets me know we are dealing with the same issue but maybe now from a different perspective or simply with additional information.
In the top row we have The Ace of Wands, The World and The Devil. You know what you want. You have the drive, and you have the creativity to achieve your goals now you need to work on overcoming the fear that is holding you back.
In the second row, we again see the Three of Coins and the Seven of Coins that showed up last week. Keep that nose to the grindstone! In some decks, the Three of Coins shows three men making a deal. Sometimes that three doesn’t only mean work hard, sometimes it means it takes teamwork to get the job done. Ask yourself who you can partner up with that would be a mutually beneficial partnership. The Seven of Coins tells you to look back at everything you have managed to accomplish so far and take it all in. Stand proud. You’ve done a good job!
The Six of Cups is letting you know that someday, even though it seems to be a lot of work and tough going, when all of this is over you will look at this time in your life with fond memories and realize it was all worth it.
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Good Friday everyone! I hope you are all well!
Today we have a message going out to someone who has been working their butt off to make changes happen. Not to worry! Those changes you wish to see will come to pass!
In the top row we see The Three of Coins, Death, and the Six of Wands. You’ve been working so hard to make things happen. In the Death Card we have to remember that often transitions cannot be rushed, they are made in their own time with the natural cycle and order of things. In the Six of Wands we see that your hard work does eventually pay off!
In the middle row we have the Seven of Coins and the Seven of Wands. Of course with two sevens appearing in the same row, we need to consider the symbolism of number. Seven has long been considered a spiritual number connected with the gods, often it is seen as a symbol of feminine creativity. After having finally accomplished what you set out to do in the Three, and been successful in making this transition you need to look back at all the hard work, celebrate a job well done but at the same time begin planning for the future. Where is this success going to take you now? Perhaps it is time now to share your knowledge with others. This is what I feel is happening in the Seven of Wands. I have stated before that most of the time the Seven of Wands represents a need to defend your position, and it can also represent instruction, or teaching others. There may be a little bit of both going on here. You have worked so hard to be where you are, you may feel the need to fight to stay there.
In the King of Wands we see that with this experience you become the great wise, charismatic leader that you are meant to be. Take what you have learned and use it to lead others.
Greetings everyone! I hope you are all well! Today we have a reading for someone who seems to be “sitting on the fence”. You may be feeling caught between two people or not certain on how to proceed in a situation. The 8 of Coins indicates that you think you may want to handle the situation on your own, but the King of Cups indicates that you also feel that maybe you need some advice from someone wiser than yourself.
The Two of Coins demonstrates how you are trying to do this balancing act between the two ways to go. The Five of Wands is about miscommunications, disagreements, and generally quibbling over details. The situation really seems to be a mess that needs sorting out. The Emperor at the bottom is an indication that it probably really is time to get some arbitration on the matter from someone who isn’t so closely involved.