I've seen a few blogs that throw readings out there for each star sign, telling you what to expect and where your path is leading you. I have never attempted that. I do small readings and quick looks at stuff, but I don't believe that cards can tell you things that common sense is for. However, it's fun, so I play.
|Card 1: The Fixer|
So here goes:
1. This card is where I am now. I pulled "The Fixer". According to the book, this card represents the following. "He just wants to make everything right again." It's about keeping up with the things that are falling apart, whitewashing them, doing temporary fixes until you can address the problem. Among other things.
|Card 2: The Faerie of Growth|
2. This card addresses my immediate concern. A specific issue in regard to that older reading where I wondered if things would improve. I wanted to know if I was still on track. I pulled "The Faerie of Growth". It's about Movement and Re-visioning. This has two parts to it. a) Think about where your life is headed and "how you can direct that change for good." b) Getting ready to "take flight" by taking the risk because this is a great time to do it.
|Card 3: The Shadow of the Past|
I forced the process and I pulled the next card, but it didn't feel quite right and I realized why after I flipped it over. The card I pulled was "The Shadow of the Past". It has nothing to do with my career, everything to do with relationships. "Past Love, Letting Go, Resolution". Basically, things that you didn't say as a relationship was ending, can now be said. It's time to let go and move on.
I still don't have the answer to my next year progress, buy hey, I'll take it. I'm all about moving on and proceeding with success, wherever it comes in life.
If you like this kind of blog, please let me know. If you don't, that would be nifty to hear too. I'll do more of them you they are enjoyed. Otherwise, this is tough sometimes and I won't post Tarot type things if they aren't. :)
Maybe I should learn to pull for the star signs. Like once a month... hmmm. Thoughts?
*The Heart of Faerie Oracle, by Brian and Wendy Froud; Abrams, New York (no copyright date inside cover) Buy HERE at Amazon.