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Today's sample Tarot card reading
Last week, this week and next week
A basic three card weekly reading.
1. LAST WEEK - The Two of Swords
The Two of Swords is the card of avoidance, particularly the avoidance of difficult feelings. It represents the state we can find ourselves in when we don't want to face something. We may deal with our difficulties by shutting down inside or by pretending to ourselves and others that nothing is wrong. We may then put on our happy face in an attempt to hide the pain. Unfortuneately, pain and difficulties don't disappear when we run away from them. Life is often painful and to pretend otherwise is to miss out on the opportunity to work through the block and transform ourselves.
How were things for you last week
Receiving the Two of Swords in this position implies that last week you may have been avoiding a problem. If you haven't dealt with this issue, you may have been experiencing an underlying anxiety knawing away at you, calling you to look at the problem. What is it in your life or in your unconscious that you have not been allowing yourself to focus on or deal with? Another way of understanding this problem is to ask yourself who you have been avoiding? Chances are this person or people are manifesting a similar issue to the one you now face.
2. THIS WEEK - The Four of Cups
As Groucho Marx once said: "I'm fed up of talking about me. What do you think of me?" The Four of Cups sends just such a message. It is the card of self absorption - those times or that part of us which is disinterested in anyone or anything else outside ourselves. When in this state we do not usually notice how we are affecting others - in fact we may not notice others at all! Sometimes this is appropriate. There are times when we need to just focus on ourselves. Perhaps we have a history of taking care of others first, or perhaps we have been focussed on a work activity and need to reintroduce balance to our lives by taking care of number one for a change. The crucial word is balance.
How are things for you this week
Receiving the Four of Cups in this position suggests that you may be missing out on gifts or opportunities this week because you have been turning inward and disengaging from life. Are you absorbed in your own world and not noticing what's going on around you? Are you seeing yourself as the centre of the universe? If you're not sure - ask those around you. They're sure to know!
3. NEXT WEEK - The Ace of Wands
The Ace of Wands symbolizes the power of creative thought and imagination. We may not always be aware of it but there is in all of us the ability to be original and creative in the way we lead our lives. This could mean coming up with new ways of doing things, finding imaginative solutions to problems or having a dream of how life could be. Whatever the result, it is thought that proceeds action and this card reminds us that thinking in straight lines is not always the best way of doing things.
How will things be for you next week
The appearance of this card suggests that you will find your creativity becoming stronger next week. As a result you will find it easier to be more inventive with your life. This will be an excellent time for forming plans and making important decisions.
Overview of this readingThere is a theme of inaction or stagnation with the cards of Two of Swords and Four of Cups. There is also a theme of withdrawing or running away with the cards of Two of Swords and Four of Cups