Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for June 11, 2019

/ Tuesday, June 11, 2019




It's Tarot Tuesday, Wildlings! Let's hone our intuitive skills. If you haven't done so already, please go to the  Wildly, Witch Facebook Page and choose your card. Then come back here, and check out the Big Reveal!





Card 1: The Three of Swords



The presence of the Three of Swords suggests significant pain in your life. This pain is likely caused by or the result of conflict, perhaps due to disrupted partnership or friendship. This pain may be part of a new beginning, but you must face your pain honestly to overcome it.

In general, this card can point to very deep emotional issues that must be addressed before the querent can move on. Denying pain does not make it go away (any more than denying a broken leg makes it heal.) However, attention must be paid to balance here also as it must be paid with the 2 of Swords.

Allow yourself to experience the pain, but do not wallow in it. It's not healthy to stay in this state for long. However, you must be the one to decide when enough is enough. Seek counseling if you need to. Your mental and emotional health is as important as your physical well-being. Take good care of you. The world needs your special gifts that only you bring to us.



Card 2: The Nine of Coins (Pentacles)




The 9 of Coins points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal about which to be hopeful and grateful. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.


If you're looking for a position, the 9 of Coins could well point to a better job coming your way than you would have thought possible. Even if you're currently employed, expect a change for the better, both in terms of your circumstances and your pay. You are likely to be feeling a great deal of spiritual peace and happiness. Your self-esteem is possibly higher than it has ever been, which is a very good thing. You are in the position now to mentor others, and to share the spiritual insights that you have accumulated. Spread the word, and share your happiness!



How did you do? Are you finding these exercises helpful? Are you struggling with your intuition? How can I better assist you? All of the best conversations are on the Facebook Page. If you'd prefer to speak to me personally, feel free to use the feedback form on the right side of the page. I look forward to hearing from you!




It's Tarot Tuesday, Wildlings! Let's hone our intuitive skills. If you haven't done so already, please go to the  Wildly, Witch Facebook Page and choose your card. Then come back here, and check out the Big Reveal!





Card 1: The Three of Swords



The presence of the Three of Swords suggests significant pain in your life. This pain is likely caused by or the result of conflict, perhaps due to disrupted partnership or friendship. This pain may be part of a new beginning, but you must face your pain honestly to overcome it.

In general, this card can point to very deep emotional issues that must be addressed before the querent can move on. Denying pain does not make it go away (any more than denying a broken leg makes it heal.) However, attention must be paid to balance here also as it must be paid with the 2 of Swords.

Allow yourself to experience the pain, but do not wallow in it. It's not healthy to stay in this state for long. However, you must be the one to decide when enough is enough. Seek counseling if you need to. Your mental and emotional health is as important as your physical well-being. Take good care of you. The world needs your special gifts that only you bring to us.



Card 2: The Nine of Coins (Pentacles)




The 9 of Coins points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal about which to be hopeful and grateful. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.


If you're looking for a position, the 9 of Coins could well point to a better job coming your way than you would have thought possible. Even if you're currently employed, expect a change for the better, both in terms of your circumstances and your pay. You are likely to be feeling a great deal of spiritual peace and happiness. Your self-esteem is possibly higher than it has ever been, which is a very good thing. You are in the position now to mentor others, and to share the spiritual insights that you have accumulated. Spread the word, and share your happiness!



How did you do? Are you finding these exercises helpful? Are you struggling with your intuition? How can I better assist you? All of the best conversations are on the Facebook Page. If you'd prefer to speak to me personally, feel free to use the feedback form on the right side of the page. I look forward to hearing from you!
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It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's do this! 

Today's featured deck is The Wildwood Tarot by John Matthews and Will Worthington.

Description:

"The Wildwood Tarot will take you on a mystical journey for answers . . .  
Look to the heart of a primeval forest where deep ancestral wisdom lies to help make sense of your world today. Based on seasonal rhythms and ancient festivals, The Wildwood Tarot gift set draws inspiration from pre-Celtic mythology and shamanic mysteries. This stunning new tarot card deck introduces us to classic forest archetypes—including the Green Man and Woman, Archer, and Blasted Oak--and explains how to use them as a meditation system, divinatory oracle, or reference. Will Worthington's powerful pagan images connect us with a long-lost world that can help us make sense of our own. So step back in time and you'll better understand where your life’s path may lead." 

Card 1: The 6 of Bows (Wands)




The Six of Bows (Wands) represents success, victory, winning, triumph, achievement, abundance, and having the advantage. It also signifies praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause and goodwill. 

It is a Minor Arcana card of fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds, and being in the spotlight. It indicates that someone is being a leader, riding high, confident, and proud, with high self-esteem. It is a card of strength and stability; and can also represent successful campaigns, and winning battles.

Key words and phrases: Success, victory, winning, having the advantage, triumph, achievement, praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause, goodwill, fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds, being in the spotlight, riding high, being a leader, stability, strength, confidence, self-esteem, pride, sharing your victories, campaign trail.


Card 2: The 8 of  Vessels





The Wildwood 8 of Vessels is the counterpart of the more traditional 8 of Cups in the Rider-Waite deck.  The traditional meaning usually suggests the pain in realizing that what you’ve worked to build may not be what will ultimately satisfy you.  

It relates to feelings of disillusionment, and the desire for "something" more. Thus it speaks of moving on, leaving something behind (a relationship, an emotional attachment, a special project) and starting a journey.  

The journey doesn’t necessarily have a clear destination or end-point.  In fact, in many more traditional cards, the moon shines above, illuminating a path that leads through mountainous terrain; the journey is full of mystery and perhaps the traveler will stumble along the way…..and yet, the journey is necessary.  There is a touch of mourning that comes with realizing that it’s time to move along, so the card is not without some sadness.

Release is necessary for rebirth, and rebirth is necessary for our spiritual and emotional health.  Rebirth is not supposed to be comfortable, but it always carries us forward to experience new things, to help us continue to bloom as human beings.  Rebirth is a never-ending part of the cycle of life, what ultimately gives depth and richness to each year that goes by. 

Key words and phrases:  Rebirth, renewal, moving on, self-analysis, letting go, strength, courage, truth-seeking.



Witch's Note: 

How did you do? Are you finding these exercises helping you in other areas, yet? For those who've been on this journey with me for a while, you should be seeing your intuition acting for you in this way. Come, join us on the Wildly, Witch Facebook page. Share your thoughts, and support one another. Let me know if I can help you in any way.


It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's do this! 

Today's featured deck is from Lisa St. Croix, Tarot de St. Croix.




Website description:


"Tarot de St. Croix transcends time to portray the tapestry of life. The rich, vibrant colors of oil paint give this deck a warm and sensuous feel. Although the images in this deck are unique they still hold the essence of the universal archetypes. The visual metaphors are inspiring and easy to understand and carry information that can help you on your journey through life. Acting as a visual encyclopedia of the soul, the Tarot de St. Croix will help you find answers."
If you'd like to purchase, I highly recommend doing it from her site, rather than Amazon, which charges you 115 USD, she charges 44 plus shipping.


On to the reveal!


Card 1: The Six of Swords






Expansion of the mind is the message of the Six of Swords. Clarity about a problem that has been causing you turmoil, moves you into a more positive frame of mind. The sixes in tarot relate to The Lover, the sixth card of the major arcana, there is some-one helping you move away from the challenges of the fives. 

The boat is a symbol for a journey in consciousness. The figurehead is a kind of an angel guiding you out of the dark dungeons of your mind, toward a golden outcome. The young man sees the light, raising his hands in joy. Behind him sits an old woman who has not yet recognized the transition.


I had been feeling stuck, obsessing over a problem. Finally I just let go, deciding to just go with the flow, literally handing it over to the angels. Today as I write this I have left my negative thinking behind and have entered a shining sea of possibility.

Key words/phrases: Calmer waters, healing, progress, moving on, moving forward, things calming down, calm after a storm, overcoming hardship, relief, stability, escaping, running away, journeys, travelling, travel overseas, going on holiday, feeling deflated, lethargy, holding onto negativity, spirit guides, guidance.



Card 2: The Knight of Wands







The Knight of Wands signifies a quest for spiritual meaning. Wands represent the fiery element, both internally and externally. What is the life force or energy that inspires? Wands represent spirit. The Knight of Wands is searching for enlightenment, the action is within the soul.


The Knight of Wands indicates that things are going better than you expected and any ventures you have taken on are likely to be more successful than you hoped.  You should be full of energy, enthusiasm and confidence and should be feeling fearless and brave when it appears in your Tarot reading. It tells you to take action and put your ideas and plans into motion. This Minor Arcana card signifies getting things done and finishing what you start. However, this card tells you not to be hasty, don’t rush in without thinking and just expect things to work out. It is also a card of free-spirited adventure, travel and moving to another country.

Key words/Phrases: Exploring spirituality, being hasty, adventurous, energetic, charming, warm, exciting, fearless, confident, self-assured, hero, rebellious, brave, revolutionary, open minded, free spirit, sexy, warm, shameless flirt, hot tempered, travel, moving country, swept off your feet, finishing what you start, success, taking risks.


Witch's Note: 

How did you do? Are you finding these exercises helping you in other areas, yet? For those who've been on this journey with me for a while, you should be seeing your intuition acting for you in this way. Come, join us on the Wildly, Witch Facebook page. Share your thoughts, and support one another. Let me know if I can help you in any way.


Sláinte!


It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's do this! I'm cheating a little today, and only giving you the perspective of the authors of this deck for each card.

Today's featured deck is The Faerie Tarot by Nathalie Hertz.



U.S. Games Systems Description: 
"This original deck offers fresh interpretations of traditional tarot, with vibrant art blending fantasy, whimsy, and nature. Every card comes to life with exquisite details, and charming motifs inspired by the four seasons. The Wands symbolize autumn, the Swords relate to winter, Cups symbolize springtime, and Pentacles symbolize summer. The wide borders add whimsical embellishments with stars, hearts, dragons, and flowers."


Card 1: The Hierophant



The Hierophant is the card of traditional values and institutions. The Hierophant can represent a counselor or mentor who will provide you with wisdom and guidance or a spiritual or religious adviser; such as a priest, vicar, preacher, imam, rabbi or a monk. 

Alternatively, you may be dealing with someone who is very set in their ways. The institutions The Hierophant Tarot card can represent include economic, religious, political, social, family, educational, social welfare and medical. Its appearance can signify that now is a time to conform to convention or tradition. 

It’s not a time to rock the boat. It can also be an indicator that you will take part in some sort of traditional ceremony or that you may start creating some new traditions or rituals of your own.


Key words/phrases:  Traditional institutions, traditional values, conventional, conformity, marriage, commitment, religion, beliefs, knowledge sharing.


Card 2: The 9 of Cups





The Nine of Cups Tarot card indicates your wishes will be coming true, or your dreams will become a reality. If you have recently experienced hardship, sorrow, or pain, this card tells you that the rough times are behind you now. A time of happiness, joy, and fulfillment is coming. 

With this Minor Arcana card appearing,  you will be able to accomplish anything you put your mind to, as it represents triumph, success, and achievement. Your efforts will not go unnoticed either as it also signifies recognition, acclaim and even fame. 

The Nine of Cups also represents having high self-esteem and self-confidence. It is a card of celebrations and parties. 


Key words/phrases: Wishes coming true, realizing dreams, happiness, cheerfulness, joy,  fulfillment, optimism, satisfaction, success, abundance, prosperity, achievements, rewards, confidence, high self-esteem, triumph, celebrating, entertaining, fame, acclaim, recognition, pleasure, sex, sensuality, pampering


How did you do?  How did this help you today? What are some takeaways from this exercise? Come, share your thoughts on the Facebook page. Let me know how I can be of further assistance.


Sláinte!


Wildly, 
Witch







It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's do this!



Our deck of the week is the Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law.



"Surrender to the fantastical world of your deepest dreams...where butterflies float upon shifting mists set aglow by the rising sun. A place where twisting branches arc across shimmering skies, willowy fairies dance on air, and tree spirits sing from a hallowed oak. Delve into the shadows of your dreams―and awaken to truth.
Weaving together Asian, Celtic, and fantasy styles of artwork, this breathtaking new Rider-Waite-Smith-based tarot deck by renowned artist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law is infused with universal symbols found in fairy tales, myths, and folklore from cultures around the world.
A companion guidebook presents the artist's evocative interpretations of each card's significance. It also features an introduction by award-winning tarot expert Barbara Moore that includes tarot basics, instructions for giving insightful readings, and practical spreads."


Card 1: The 8 of Pentacles



The Eight of Pentacles Tarot card indicates a time of hard work, commitment, diligence and dedication. The effort you put in will not be in vain as your hard work will pay off and lead to results, rewards or the accomplishment of your goals. 

When this Minor Arcana card appears in your Tarot reading, it indicates that you are methodically working towards something you want. It may seem boring, mundane or even relentless at the moment but you are on the brink of achieving great success, so don’t give up. The skills you are learning at the moment will stand to you later in life and you will come away from this experience not only with the inner wisdom you've gained but with a sense of pride and self-confidence from achieving your ambitions. 


Key words: New job, self-employment, building business, trade, reputation, craftsmanship, quality, master, expertise, hard work, commitment, dedication, concentration, success, accomplishment, ambition, confidence, financial security, results, rewards, achieving goals, attention to detail, productivity, scholarship, qualifications.





Card 2: The Wheel of Fortune





The Wheel of Fortune is generally an indicator of luck or destiny and it is a Major Arcana signifier of change. When the Wheel of Fortune appears upright in your Tarot reading big changes are coming. These changes should be for your greater good, but remember not all change is easy even if it’s leading you to your destiny! 

The upright Wheel of Fortune signals that the universe is working in your favor to help you reach your goals. Make sure you make the most of this time by focusing your intention on what you truly want! Know that the universe has a plan for you even if that plan is not clear to you at this point. The Wheel of Fortune also represents the ever-changing cycles we go through in life. We must learn to accept this process as part of living, even if it’s uncomfortable at times. 

Key words: Good luck, destiny, change, soulmates, decisive moments, cycles of life, fate, fortune, upheaval, chance







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