With my erratic posting on this blog over the past year (something I am trying hard to remedy ), it’s not a surprise to learn that it has nearly been a year since the last Tarot Reading for an Unknown Sitter, back in March 2013. So I thought we were due another one…
The one below is for the time between Imbolg and Ostara – from now through till 21st March 2014…
Disclaimer: A tarot reading is for entertainment purposes only. It is not a replacement for any form of professional advice or counselling, and I take no responsibility for whatever readers choose to do with the information below.
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Here’s the reading…
The Devil (reversed) That which currently places limitations upon you and your dreams are not going anywhere just yet; the bonds tying you to your current situation are to remain where they are for the time being. However, there are things that you can be focusing on and altering your attitude towards to help bring about the change your desire. These changes are all centred on the material world, raising the following questions: do you place money, power and possessions above happiness, love and fulfilment? Is your material life balanced? Where do your priorities lie?
The Magician You have everything you need to make the changes you want to see in your life. The Magician is the master of his own destiny. His force of will, his determination to succeed is what gets him to where he wants to be. He is willing to work hard no matter how long it takes as well as willing to change that which isn’t working for something that might work better. The Magician reminds you that you can achieve anything you set your heart to – if you are willing to put in the time and effort…Anything is possible.
Four of Pentacles (reversed) This card speaks of the limitations of being too defensive and overly-protective: you get stuck in your comfort zone and find that you do not want to leave it. There is a lack of trust in other people, but perhaps more importantly there is a lack of trust in oneself. It is hard to attain your dreams and goals if you don’t believe that they are attainable. A change in perception may be required.
Four of Wands (reversed) Feelings of tension, instability and frustration abound at this time. Nothing feels certain, especially the attainment of goals and dreams. They may seem so far away that the questions, ‘what’s the point?’ and ‘is it really worth it?’ are frequently raised. Although you may feel like giving up, this card counsels you not to. Do not think of this period as a failure; rather turn it on its head and think of it as a delay to your success. When this card is drawn reversed in a reading, it suggests that either change is on its way or that it is required.
Wishing you all the Brightest of Blessings,