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..
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