Our Daily Spread for April 23, 2011

Apr 23, 2011 by

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Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean even contradictory things. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are less specific, more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. Especially when a pronoun is in parentheses, feel free to substitute. The Advice section sums up a general meaning of all the sentences.

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Now that I am sober, I realize I was only seeing things.

Seven of Cups
Hermit, Two of Pentacles, Hanged Man

The pattern here is two cards that mean ‘to understand’, each followed by a card that means something out of control or unstable. So we are saying something twice.

What advice are we saying? To take a good look, an intuitive look, at the loose cannons in our personal lives, understand and be aware of them. Those loose cannons are not presented here as problems but more as some underfoot stuff that gets in the way that you have to step around. A time of flux demands attention, analysis and intuitive sensing because fluxes are easy turning points, whether the turn is accidental or intended.

Perspectives:
Look around and see the fog.
See the same thing over and over and realize it makes no sense.
Analyzing the instabilities and seeing each separate unrelated instance.
You keep looking and see all sorts of things.
Now that I am sober, I realize I was only seeing things.

Knowing how silly all these things are makes you realize.
To know both factually and intuitively that it’s one damn-fool thing after another.
When you see how indecisive he/she is, you realize the shit has hit the fan.
When a wise man is being foolish, he realizes he is out of control.
Examining its erratic movement, (you) realize it’s disintegrating.

Keep looking for individual pieces that you relate to.
The old man is unsteady, he feels himself losing control.
Sometimes a sensible man’s imagination runs wild.
Seeing things, you realize you may or may not be sober.
He realizes that sometimes being kind and helpful makes a mess of things.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Hermit: The kind monk is looking at night with a lantern for travelers he can help. He is old, sensible and sober and wise. This Rider Waite Tarot card calls for words like: see, analyzing, knowing,examining, and ‘take a good look.’

Two of Pentacles: You see the back and forth movements of the juggler, the ships tossed up and down on wave s behind him. This Rider Waite Tarot card refers to such words as: around, over and over, instabilities, keep ___ing, now that, how silly, one thing after another, indecisive, foolishk, erratic movement, unsteady, may or may not, and sometimes.

Hanged Man: ‘To realize’ is the most frequent word Hanged Man calls for, along with ‘see’, relate to, intuitively, feels or senses, and imagination. The illustration depicts how you feel when you experience eureka, when you realize what you already know but never quite fully grasped. It depicts the very different view of the world you have when you have been spiritual for a while, and are becoming a citizen of other dimensions.

Seven of Cups: Illustration of the strange objects in the cloud is about either Pandora’s Box or the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. It is about spiritual things invading physical reality … which reminds you of what I just said about the Hanged Man. It brings forth many different phrases but they are pretty much on the same target. Here are the words we find for it in this spread: fog, makes no sense, each separate unrelated instance, all sorts of things, only seeing things, all these things, damn-fool thing, shit has hit the fan, out of control, disintegrating, individual pieces, losing control, runs wild, imagination runs wild, seeing things and makes a mess of things.

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  1. Sue

    It’s been a strange day. Good advice, look around and see the fog, look for individual pieces to relate to. It helped.

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