I had a friendly argument debate with my teen girl about the Ten of Swords card. 🙃
What precipitated our dispute deliberation was another person, a youtube tarot reader by the name of Chris. He was doing a Libra reading and came across the Ten of Swords card which he interpreted in a way that is different from how I see the card.
I mentioned in this video that I pulled some wand cards the other day.
So first, I had this deep, long chat with a friend. I wanted to sit down and make some notes but yada yada it didn’t happen right away. Before I walked away from everything to exercise I took my deck of tarot cards and shuffled while asking this question:
“How do I re-center myself so I can focus on my tasks?”
Two of the three cards that appeared were the Seven of Wands and the Ace of Wands. (The third was the High Priestess but I will leave her this time.)
Disclaimer: I am not religious, and my observations and interpretations of this somewhat religious tarot card may sound a little crass to those of you who follow a deeply Christian worldview. Comments are welcome but will be blocked if they attack or otherwise offend me or my readers.
The Lovers card in upright position in the classic tarot deck irritates me. At least at first glance.
When I first started blogging, my now-16-year-old son was a baby. I’m on my third blog (and I have a fourth one in which I publish erotic fiction), so I’ve been around the block a few times when it comes to WordPress. Ha.
So it won’t be anyone’s surprise that I have made a few friends along the way.
On this Monday morning, after a few less-than-pleasant wake-ups by smelly puppy and later an attack by muddy puppy paws, I took my tarot card deck, shuffled it, and asked myself the following question (while shuffling):