3-Card Reading for H.A.

             

H.A. has requested an interpretation of the above cards.  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 a clarifier.  Since two out of the first three are wands, and the summary card is as well, it is safe to say that this mini-reading focuses on H.A.’s skills and talents.  The presence of a member of the Major Arcana (the Star)  indicates that the issue that prompted the request for a reading is linked to H.A.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime.

The spotlight has been on the four of wands, celebrating that your skills and talents are good enough and strong enough to provide you shelter out in the world.  H.A., you can depend on them as resources because they represent a strong foundation for any action on your part in the future.

The spotlight is now on the Star, highlighting your ability to aid and abet the flow of energies, returning source to source and turning source to resource.  This is a wonderful addition to the first card, for it emphasizes your self-definition, self-respect, and self-love that have allowed you to inspire others.  You are exquisitely balanced and adept at seeing the “big picture” and your place in the larger context.

The spotlight is moving toward the king of wands, mastery in the area of skills and talents.  No matter what job and/or position you hold in today’s world, you are really good at what you do.  You are at the top of your game and are willing to share the glory with others (note the salamander by your foot).  Because you are so good, you may experience some jealousy and resentment from others less talented, but that’s more a statement about them than it is about you.  Keep up the good work.

The summary card is the three of wands.  You have recently completed launching a project or finishing your contribution to another person’s advancement.  You have hopes and wishes for that person or thing’s future, but you no longer have direct control.  The advice of the card is NOT to automatically reach for the same old thing(s)  you used to whenever you finished a project and had some spare time, but realize that you have developed some new skills and talents in the course of completing what has just finished.  Utilize those now, and you will find that they pay off beautifully for you.  Good luck, H.A..

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 of the same name, available in paperback, e-book, and as a downloadable PDF file. Thank you.

 

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3-Card Reading for D.V.

                                   

D.V. has requested an interpretation of the above cards in this mini-reading.  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.  Since two out of the first three cards are cups, it is safe to say that this reading focuses on feelings, emotions, relationships, and psychic abilities.  Also, the fourth card is a member of the Major Arcana, so there is some connection to D.V.’s soul’s agenda, the list of things D.V. has selected to encounter and master in this lifetime.

The spotlight has been on the queen of cups, a signal of repressed and/or blocked emotions.  D.V. is a very feeling person and in touch with her/his feelings and emotions, but there are a group of those (usually labeled “negative”) that (s)he is keeping covered because of a concern for what might happen were they to be released/expressed.  This choice, conscious or not, is keeping her/him stuck, so (s)he needs to find a safe way to lift the lid and see what’s there, process it, and move on.  Here’s where I usually recommend Dr. Bradley Nelson’s Emotion Code-TM-  coupled with Theta Healing to resolve this issue. Remember, you can only heal what you are willing to feel.

The spotlight is now on the eight of cups, being dissatisfied with “what is,” and looking to find and/or add more.  Turning your back on what you have is not a good idea.  Through the universal Law of Attraction, that which is fed expands and grows.  If you focus on what you DON’T want, you will attract more lack.  To aid and abet the flow, a focus on what you are grateful to have will serve you better.  This card usually appears when the seeker is taking things too personally.  A shift in focus is strongly recommended.

The spotlight is moving toward the ten of swords, a card of discernment.  It is the position of the central figure’s right hand that holds the significance here.  He entered the situation to bring it a blessing, but he forgot to pause on the threshold and determine if the situation needed and/or wanted the blessing he was ready to impart.  The swords that are pictured are psychological in nature and will evaporate.  The red color comes from his cape; it is not blood.  D.V., this card is a clear warning.  Before you give your money, time, experience, opinion, or share your gifts and talents with anyone, make sure it/they will be received in the spirit with which it/they are offered.  If. for any reason you believe that is not the case, please pick up your toys and go play somewhere else.  This will avoid a lot of heartache.

The summary card is the Empress, unlimited creativity.  This is one of the gifts from Spirit that is yours, D.V..  It is a gift you have taken for granted your whole life because you think everyone can do this–not true.  You are versatile and innovative.  This gift usually comes with a delicious sense of humor, and you can be quite the entertainer.  It seems the overall message of the reading is to value yourself and your gifts enough not to just give them all away.  Good luck, D.V.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information on using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see  http://www.tarotforalltime.com   Thank you.

 

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3-Card Reading for F.W.

                           

F.W. has requested an interpretation of the above cards.  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.  Since two out of the first three are pentacles, this reading focuses on values, priorities, resources, and what F.W. can always count on in order to feel safe.  If we include the summary card, there are also two members of the Major Arcana, so the information conveyed here pertains to F.W.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime and affects all areas of her/his life.

The spotlight has been on the eight of pentacles, the card of the sole-practitioner.  When you “do your own thing,” F.W., the quality of your work is very high, and it speaks for itself.  This card represents the alignment of your values and their expression.  If there is any part of your work that you feel still needs some fine-tuning, take the time and make the effort to adjust it/them before putting the results on display.

The spotlight is now on the ace of pentacles, a triumph of integrity.  You are an inspiration to others, a shining example of what it means to fully lead, control, and direct your thoughts, feelings, and actions to match the highest vibrations that you embrace.  Please note that this is the only ace in the deck that does not automatically shower blessings on others.  It is completely up to others to lift their own eyes and recognize that this is possible.  Do you see how this card logically follows the first one in this reading?

The spotlight is moving toward the Tower, a sudden flash of insight that topples what has been built up so that building may start anew in a different direction.  This usually signifies a perspective-producing event, anything from a “Gee, I could’ve had a V-8” moment, the complete annihilation of a job or living space, to a natural disaster that occasions a total re-vamping of one’s whole lifestyle. The result of this card is always a “sadder but wiser” outlook. You are certain to survive this and learn from it.

The summary card is the High Priestess, unlimited creativity.  This is another of the Gifts from Spirit that you embody, F.W..  You may be seen as somewhat wild and crazy, for you put things together in new and different ways and take pleasure in expressing them.  You don’t always stick around to nurture these creations, but you are constantly coming up with new ones.  Enjoy this gift.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information on using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see  http://www.tarotforalltime.com

Thank you.

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3-Card Reading for T.W.

                         

T.W. has submitted the above cards for interpretation.  The first three cards are the “heart” of this mini-reading and are read as a unit.  Then, the fourth card is drawn and read as a summary or clarifier.  Since all three of the first group are members of the Major Arcana, it is safe to say that this reading is focused on T.W.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime.  The fourth card is a member of the minor arcana and the second eight in the reading as well, so there is also a focus on alignment, harmony, flow, manifestation, and the connection to T.W.’s everyday life.

The spotlight has been on the World, the graduation card.  T.W., you have completed all the assignments, met all the requirements, and have a diploma in EACH hand.  You are ready to move on to the next level knowing you’ve got what it takes; now, you have to decide WHERE you’re going to take it.  The presence of the symbols of the four fixed astrological signs in the corners of the card indicate that management decisions are requested.  There are many paths open  to you, and support is available no matter which direction you choose.

The spotlight is now on Death, not the physical death of an individual, but the need to let go of what has outlived its usefulness and let it die.  Truly, nothing ever really dies; it just changes form.  As a four, this card speaks of the form and the foundation that you have built, what you can rely on for support, and what you can count on to make you feel safe.  The new day has already started in the background.   Embrace the new.

The spotlight is moving toward Strength, adjusting your vibration to match that of the new context so you can be part of the enhancement of the flow.  Just as you cannot expect to hear what is being broadcast on FM 91.1 if your dial is tuned to AM 105.9, so must you harmonize the vibration of what you are putting out into the world in order to attract the information that is being transmitted on that frequency.  This also happens to be the way the tarot cards work; the cards you pick represent the energies you are putting out when you draw the cards for a reading, and the cards themselves give you information as to what those specific energies will attract.  Strength often appears when the seeker is trying to move too quickly before all the parts are in place, or, to follow the analogy, when there is still static and the tuning needs adjustment.  Your awareness of the situation puts you in the place of fixing it.

The summary card is the eight of wands, and a magnificent summary it is.  This card says that whatever you launched a while ago, aiming for the next logical step on your chosen path, is about to land, so get ready.  If you will follow the steps outlined in the first three cards, you will surely “hit the ground running” and be on your way.  Remember that “luck” is defined as preparedness meeting opportunity;  be prepared.  Good luck, T.W..

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 of the same name, available in paperback, ebook, and downloadable PDF file format.  Thank you.

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3-Card Reading for C.T.

                              

C.T. has requested an interpretation of the above cards. 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.  This is the first time, in the history of this blog, that all the cards are members of the Major Arcana, so it is safe to say that this reading focuses on C.T.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime and affects all areas of her/his life.

The spotlight has been on the Magician, C.T.’s ability to channel energies from the higher realms and turn them into manifestations here and now on the earth.  This makes C.T. one of the movers and shakers in this world today.  All the symbols of the four suits are on the table and available for the magician’s use.  The advice of the card is to choose the best tool to get the job done.

The spotlight is now on the Devil, a card of service and healing.  Those who have given away their power and allowed themselves to be trapped, restrained, and limited by some outside force are pictured.  Please see that the chains around their necks are loose enough to be simply lifted off.  This card appears when someone has bought into all the reasons why not.  They can free themselves by remembering they are the creators of their own realities and taking back the power to make their own choices and decide whom and/or what they choose to serve.

The spotlight is moving toward Death, allowing what has finished serving its purpose to die.  This is death of the FORM, not a physical death of an individual.  The new way/form has already made its presence known, and it is time to embrace the new and allow the old to die.  As a wise friend once told me, “Letting go is easy; it’s trying to hold onto the old way that hurts.”

The summary card is the Hermit, a card of wisdom and higher understanding.  You have reached the top of the mountain, C.T., and you have done it carrying the light so that anyone can follow in your footsteps if that is what (s)he chooses.  This is a deeply satisfying achievement, yet it is sometimes very lonely at the top because you do, indeed, march to a different drummer.

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  Thank you.

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3-card Reading for D.V.

                                     

D.V. has submitted the above cards for interpretation.  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.  Since two out of the first three are cups, it is safe to say that this reading focuses on D.V.’s feelings, emotions, relationships, and psychic abilities.  Also, the one member of the Major Arcana indicates a connection to D.V.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime.

The spotlight has been on the six of cups, a healing of the participation in a loving relationship.  This card often appears when the seeker is holding a belief of being unlovable at some level.  This belief is tied to one of non-deservability and is evidenced by the smaller figure wearing gloves.  The gloves are a layer of protection that relates to what is being handed to the seeker.  The figure receding in the background represents a possible rejection by the status quo, but the message of the card is to take off the gloves and accept the love that is flowering all around.  It is there; it is meant for you, and you deserve it.

The spotlight is now on the ten of cups, which asks you to use some discernment in choosing those with whom you will share.  Following the first card in this reading, it implies that blocking intimacy is not the way to handle relationships at this time; however, allowing unfiltered access is not a wise choice or intelligent decision either.  Use some discernment to decide whom you will trust,” who is entitled to share in the rewards and benefits acquired from your efforts, who will stand with you in the light.

The spotlight is moving toward Temperance, a powerful card that refers to the tempering process by which steel is made.  Iron for strength, tin for flexibility, and carbon for endurance are sent through a very hot fire when they are mixed in order to combine the best qualities of each element.  Your Higher Self has put you through some very hot fires to make you both strong and flexible, and you have made it.  This card promises that it will never be “that bad” again.

The summary card is the page of wands, dedicating your skills and talents toward a particular goal.  You are on your way.  The first two cards speak of learning to trust yourself and others, and the third card assures you that you are equal to the task.  The summary card tells you to keep going along the path you have chosen.

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information on using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see  http://www.tarotforalltime.com  Thank you.

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3-Card Reading for E.S.

                             

E.S. has requested an interpretation of the above cards.  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.  Since all of the first three are members of the Major Arcana, this is most definitely a reading about E.S.’s soul’s agenda for this lifetime.  The fact that the fourth card is one of the Minor Arcana presents a unique opportunity to focus the power of the first three cards into the everyday reality of the fourth.

The spotlight has been on the Hierophant, sometimes called the Pope or High Priest.  This card represents the gift of intuition, the ability to perceive and communicate information from beyond the physical realm to others.  E.S., you have this gift; your intuition is strong, and it will become even stronger if you learn to rely on it.  As a five, this is a card of “choosing,” and it usually appears when someone has a history of occasionally telling too much although the motivation is a sincere desire to help.  “Guard your words,” is the advice of the card.  Nobody needs and/or wants to know everything there is to know about a particular topic, which gives rise to the acronym “TMI,” too much information. If you will learn to rely on your intuition AND choose your words carefully, what you speak will, indeed, be a blessing for both yourself and others.

The spotlight now is on the High Priestess, the gift of knowledge.  When this card appears, it tells you that you already have all the answers that you seek, AND you need to get yourself to a calm, steady, balanced place in order to be able to access them. Coupled with the first card in this reading, E.S., you are a formidable package of “knowing.”  Since the question that prompted this reading remains silent, these first cards are strong reassurance that you need not look outside yourself for answers; however, you need to silence the doubt that keeps you unaware of your own abilities.

The spotlight is moving toward the Emperor, the gift of wisdom.  Wisdom is the combination of intelligence and compassion, and this card adds another layer of abilities to your collection of gifts.  Like the Biblical King Solomon, sometimes you say and/or do things that are somewhat “off the wall” so that the truth of the matter becomes apparent.  You remain in power by not taking sides. and the four quality of the card represents solidity and strength of your foundations.

The summary card is the ten of pentacles, a card of discernment.  Given the powerhouse of abilities highlighted in the first three cards, it still remains an open and free choice of how much and what you choose to bring to the table. What role do you wish to play?  Who do you want to be?  What will be your point of reference?  What will serve the highest good?  There are no wrong answers.  Good luck, E.S..

Does this make sense?  I hope it was helpful.  For more information on using tarot cards for insight and guidance, please see  http://www.tarotforalltime.com  Thank you.

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