3-Card Reading for J.F.

         

J.F. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  J.F. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.   If we include the summary card, there are two elevens in this mini-reading (pages are elevens) that indicate a focus on inspiration and high standards, courage, talent, and leadership.  The elevens are master numbers in numerology that do not reduce to a two.  There is also one member of the Major Arcana, an indication that these insights are connected to J.F.’s soul’s agenda, not just to her/his everyday life.

The spotlight has been on the eight of pentacles, sometimes known as the card of the sole practitioner.  J.F., your work is of the highest quality, and it speaks for itself.  Doing your own thing, being your own boss, and being in alignment with your highest vibration are featured here.  If there is any part of your work that you feel needs more attention, do not display it until it is in harmony with the rest.

The spotlight is now on the seven of cups, the wish card.  You have come to a crossroads in your life where you have earned the right to have what you want.  Now you must decide what that is, whether it’s knowledge, wisdom, riches, glory, status, or any of the other items pictured.  There is no right and wrong in this choice; the only mistake you can make is not choosing something, going into overwhelm, and staying stuck.

The spotlight is moving toward Justice, a card that urges patience.  It is noteworthy that Justice is not blind in this tarot deck; she sees everything.  This is a powerful card that says there is more going on here than you can possibly appreciate at this time, so it makes sense to wait for it to present itself before you.  Rest assured that justice will be done.

The summary card is the Page of Wands that emphasizes that you have taken your skills and talents and have dedicated them to supporting you on the path you have chosen.  There is a need for patience here as well.  The journey has just begun, and there is much more yet to come.  Good luck, J.F..

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                  and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

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3-Card Reading for A.V.

                     

A.V. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  A.V. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.   There are two members of the Major Arcana as well as two twos in the first group of three, which mean that this mini-reading focuses on A.V.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime in addition to balance, choices, polarities,  partners, and being vs. doing.

The spotlight has been on the High Priestess, the Gift of Knowledge.  This card represents the vast knowledge within you.  It usually shows up in a reading to remind you that you already have all the answers you seek; however, you MUST get yourself to a quiet, calm, steady, balanced place in order to access what you know.

The spotlight is now on the Emperor, the Gift of Wisdom, a fantastic complement to the first card.  I was taught that wisdom is intelligence + compassion.  What a dynamic duo, A.V.! This is the wisdom of the Biblical King Solomon, who didn’t take sides but let the truth speak for itself.  When two women, each claiming to be the mother of a particular infant, came before him to settle the dispute, Solomon reportedly said, “Cut the child in half” so that they could have equal parts.  The true mother immediately gave up her claim, and it was obvious to all who was right.  This emperor stays in power by not taking sides but by letting the truth shine through on its own.  It does mean that sometimes in order for this to happen, you may do/say something outrageous to expose the truth, and you are known and valued for your opinions and judgments.

The spotlight is moving toward the two of wands, an interesting choice.  You are at a decision point and must choose whether you will proceed on the safe, sure, practical path or risk relying on your skills and talents to underwrite your next steps.  This card shows up to tell you you have a lot more going for you in the arena of skills and talents than you are aware of, and it’s time to rely on those now.

The summary card is the five of swords, choosing not to engage in conflict.  The way to win here is not to play.  No matter how tempting it may be to allow yourself to be drawn into the struggles and/or battles that are being waged, you are best served by walking away.  This is a conscious decision on your part and reflects the whole reading.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                 http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                  and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

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3-Card Reading for L.B.

                       

L.B. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  L.B. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.  If we include the summary card, there are two aces in this mini-reading and two wands, which indicate a focus on  the triumphs that are present in L.B.’s life in the skills and talents (s)he possesses.  There is also one member of the Major Arcana, so there is a connection to L.B.’s soul’s agenda.

The spotlight has been on the four of wands.  The basis or foundation of L.B.’s skills and talents is good enough, strong enough, and alive enough to be taken out into the world where it can be anchored and enhanced.  This is a cause for celebration.

The spotlight is now on Strength, a card of harmony, alignment, and attunement.  This card frequently shows up when the seeker is moving too quickly and trying to make things happen before all the contributing components are in place.  Manifestation can only occur when the vibrations of the seeker match those of that which is sought, when the vibration of the result is the next logical step on the path of least resistance.  It looks like some time and effort must take place to clean up and/or raise L.B.’s vibration so that this can happen.  This does not happen by concentrating on the blockages or “reasons why not,” but by moving into a state of appreciation for who you are and what you can do.

The spotlight is moving toward the Ace of Pentacles, a triumph of your integrity.  Again, this means listening to, understanding, and matching your actions to what you know to be the best and highest truth.  There is a consistency and dependability here that can inspire others if they choose to look up to it.

The summary card is the Ace of Wands, a triumph of taking back the power to lead your own life.  This means doing what’s best for you, following your own guidance and rules, and doing it in the manner that best suits you. Taken as a whole, L.B., this is a wonderfully encouraging reading that points out the pivotal spot of Strength in your life.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                 http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                              and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

P.S.  For those of you in the area, please look for me at the annual Pathways to Transformation Holistic Health Psychic and Crafts Fair in Yachats, Oregon the first weekend in August.

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3-Card Reading for C.W.

                 

C.W. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  C.W. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.  If we include the summary card, there are two members of the Major Arcana, so this mini-reading is connected to C.W.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime.  There are no other two-or-more-of-a-kind in suit or number here.

The spotlight has been on the seven of pentacles, a remembrance of things past.  This card appears when the seeker is temporarily resting from work and fondly remembering how things were in the “good old days.”  The message of the card is to know that whatever efforts you put into making the plant on your right thrive and flourish you are perfectly capable of transferring to the little one at your feet.  “Be here now,” is the advice.  Your focus directs your energy flow and the wisest investment of your energy is into the present.

The spotlight is now on the King of Cups, mastery of the feelings, emotions, relationships, and psychic abilities that are part of who you are.  This king can ride the ups and downs of the watery realm and maintain balance.  He easily handles the cup that symbolizes the gifts associated with the suit along with the scepter of authority.  There is an exquisite perception of those abilities, and he is the ruler, not the subject, of them.

The spotlight is moving toward the World, sometimes called the graduation card.  There you are, C.W., a diploma in each hand with the symbols of the fixed astrological signs in each corner of the card, telling you that this is all about managing your knowledge, your gifts, and your achievements.  You’ve got what it takes; now, where are you going to take it?

The summary card is the Fool, a leap of fate.  The universe has assembled all the cooperative components for the next step of your journey, so the path of least resistance is to step off the cliff.  Only when you make the conscious choice to take that first step can the rest of the scenario come into play.  Once you do that, the sleeves of your garment turn into wings, and you will soar,  Taken as a whole, this reading asks that you be fully present and aware of the opportunity that will arise.  Good luck.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                  and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

P.S.  For those of you in the area, please look for me at the annual Pathways for Transformation Holistic Health Psychic and Crafts Fair in Yachats, Oregon this weekend.

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3-Card Reading for J.V.

                           

J.V. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  J.V. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.  There are two aces in the first group of three, so the focus of this mini-reading is on the triumphs that are present in the way J.V. leads, controls, and directs her/his life, and, if we include the summary card, there are two pentacles as well, indicating the arena of values, priorities, and work.

The spotlight has been on the Ace of Wands, the triumph of leading one’s own life.  Good for you, J.V..  You have taken hold of your skills and talents and are using them to their fullest expression as your own boss, in your own way, to enhance your own life and the lives of any who come in contact with you.

The spotlight is now on the Ace of Pentacles, the triumph of integrity.  You consistently follow and adhere to what you perceive as the best and highest truth.  This is the only one of the aces in the deck where there are no automatic blessings that fall into the lives of others.  Others must choose to interact and align with you; they must look up to be inspired.

The spotlight is moving toward the five of cups, the awareness that someone and/or something is missing from your life.  This can be anything from feeling like you don’t have enough money to mourning the death of a loved one, feeling like you want something that you don’t have and have never had to having experienced the loss of someone or something that you did have but who/which has been taken away.  The message of the card is, “Resource is always at hand.”  If the cups that are spilled contained water, there is water nearby, and if they contained wine, the castle is near enough that you can go there and get more wine.  However, the bigger and more important message deals with who you ARE when you focus on lack and/or loss.  The Law of Attraction dictates that you draw to you that which matches the vibration you are putting out.  You will only be able to refill the cups when you turn your focus to the two that are still standing and full.  Put a limit on the time you spend mourning; be gentle with yourself and allow yourself to heal; then, put all your energy into what you’ve got going for you.

The summary card is the Queen of Pentacles, a perfect ending to this quest for insight.  This queen is holding a large pentacle, so large that it takes both her hands to do this, and she is focused and contemplating.  The message of the card is that the time of contemplation is over and done.  The world needs what this queen has to offer.  It’s time to get up and take it out into the world.  This is you, J.V..  The aces at the beginning of this reading are powerful cards that speak of your gifts and your influence.  The five of cups lets you know what has been keeping you back, and the summary card tells you to get out there and do it.  Good luck!

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                 http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                              and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

P.S.  For those of you in the area, please look for me at the annual Pathways to Transformation Holistic Health Psychic and Crafts Fair in Yachats, Oregon the first weekend in August.

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3-Card Reading for G.R.

           

G.R.  has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  G.R. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.    If we include the summary card, there are two members of the Major Arcana in this mini-reading.  There are no other two-or-more-of-a-kind in suits or numbers, so this mini-reading is focused on G.R.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime, which means there are patterns of circumstances that keep appearing in G.R.’s life to afford her/him opportunities to expand the boundaries of her/his reality and master the subject matter contained within them.

The spotlight has been on the five of wands, a card that addresses the doubts you, G.R., have been feeling about the company you keep.  Recent events have made you feel somewhat “picked on” by the others, and you are wondering if this was a good idea to play with this particular group and whether you are making a difference by doing so.  You are the only one wearing a hat.  The message of the card is to “hang in there.”  You are earning the respect of the rest of the group by proving that you can take it as well as dish it out, and there are other participants who will be inspired to emulate you.

The spotlight is now on the eight of pentacles, the card of the sole practitioner and a testament to the quality of the work you put out.  This is the card of the master craftsman, and it validates your work; your work speaks for itself.  This is also strong encouragement for you to keep doing things YOUR way on your own terms.  If there is any part of your work that you feel does not represent your highest and best, just don’t put it on display and keep working to improve your offerings.

The spotlight is moving toward the Empress, unlimited creativity.  You have always been able to put things together in new and different ways, and you thought everyone else could do the same.  This card appears to tell you this is a gift, and you are unique.  Usually a good sense of humor accompanies this as well.

The summary card is the Emperor, the gift of wisdom.  This is the wisdom of the Biblical King Solomon, who didn’t take sides but let the truth speak for itself.  When two women, each claiming to be the mother of a particular infant, came before him to settle the dispute, Solomon reportedly said, “Cut the child in half” so that they could have equal parts.  The true mother immediately gave up her claim, and it was obvious to all who was right.  This is the path you are being encouraged to follow; let the truth shine through.

Taken as a whole, this reading seems to validate your unique gifts and advise you to keep following the path you have chosen.  You do make a difference, G.B., and it is an important one.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information about  using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see                 http://www.tarotforalltime.com                                                                and consider purchasing the book Tarot for All Time, available in paperback and e-book.  Thank you.

P.S.  For those of you in the area, please look for me at the annual Pathways to Transformation Holistic Health Psychic and Crafts Fair in Yachats, Oregon the first weekend in August.

 

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3-Card Reading for C.R.

             

C.R. has requested an interpretation of the above cards that were drawn according to the protocol of silently completing the sentence, “Please give me some insight into __________.”  C.R. has not told me what (s)he has put into the blank space.  The first three cards are the “heart” of the reading and are read as a unit. Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.    If we include the summary card, there are three cups and one member of the Major Arcana in this mini-reading.  The focus here is clearly on feelings, emotions, relationships, and psychic abilities as well as a connection to C.R.’s  soul’s agenda for this lifetime.

The spotlight has been on the Queen of Cups, blocked and/or repressed emotions.  C.R., you are a very feeling person and are in touch with most of your feelings,  emotions, and psychic abilities, but there are a group of them that you have judged “negative” and are keeping covered in the cup you hold.  You resist raising the lid and allowing them expression, for you fear the outcome.  This cup is heavy enough to require both your hands to support it; furthermore, your full attention is centered on this cup and its contents, keeping your energies tied up and stuck.  There are many methods and therapies for dealing with this; my favorite is a combination of Bradley Nelson’s Emotion Code and Theta Healing to both identify and resolve the contents of the cup. You can do this, C.R..

The spotlight is now on the Star, sometimes called the Way-Shower.  This is a beautiful resolution of the first card and shows your awareness of your role in the larger picture.  Your self-confidence, self-respect, and self-love enable you to turn source to resource and return source to source.  You are a guide  and inspiration to all who choose to look up as you keep yourself open to aiding the energy flow that manifests multiple realities.  You are adept at enhancing the road of least resistance with grace and ease.

The spotlight is moving toward the Page of Cups, the beginning of a new relationship.  This may be with another individual, group, or even parts of yourself.  Remember that the pages represent the first steps on the road to mastery, and your feet are on solid ground; you are not the least bit rattled when the fish appears in the cup.  The gentle waves that appear in the background support the climate of smooth sailing, and you are on your way.

The summary card is the three of cups.  This card appears to remind you to celebrate how far you’ve come.  You may need to look back several months or even a year to see it, but you have made huge strides.  It is important to include others in your celebration as well so that others will be comfortable sharing their successes with you.  There will always be more to do, and it is important to take a break every once in a while and savor all the joy and good feelings that you have been part of.  Good luck, C.R..

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