Blog Daily Spread for July 10, 2011

Jul 10, 2011 by

Today’s question is How to deal with your difficult relative.

Advice, in answer to “How do I deal with my difficult relative?” is: Don’t feed the monster. Be calm. Be unreactive. Be passive. Give respect but do not respond to competitiveness or fighting. Especially if you are not receiving the respect that should be yours, withdraw your participation. (As soon as we have a specific question, it cuts down on the number of sentences the four cards make.)


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*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below. At least one of those sentences has something to say to you. Pick those out. They are about you and the people around you. They are about today and the days around it. (It is a group message like a horoscope, except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data, so it can be specific, accurate, detailed and direct. Our experiment here is “How much more accurate is it?”)

The Question for weekdays is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.”

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Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute. The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information!




DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

Not engage in any activity where you are not treated with the respect you deserve.

You are a non-combatant, waiting to be properly acknowledged.

Do not feed the fight, be sooo laid back.

When you aren’t being treated right, you aren’t joining in the activity.

Passive resistance, don’t give him/her attention.

Try really hard to do the right thing without going into a coma!

Don’t pay any attention, so you aren’t fighting.

Don’t give money and don’t do work either.

Don’t contribute, don’t compete either.

Don’t be indifferent when it’s right to be involved.

No one there can compete with you, you are indifferent to how they treat you.


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*Go to the first Meanings and Illustrations section below. This tells about the combined four pictures in the Daily Spread – the pictures above here. It explains how these four cards get together to mean things. Then you can

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Both the Four of Swords and Death are support cards for a death theme, but they do not establish that theme. Death is a negative modifier – no, never, not, without, don’t, etc. Four of Swords means passive, do not react or respond, sleep, being laid back, not engaging in, indifferent to, coma, aren’t joining in, sidelined – that sort of thing. They each say: Don’t do it.

Five of Wands is competition, fighting or competing, activity, combat, involved or engaged in activity, energy. Six of Pentacles is to contribute, input, treat with respect, pay attention to.


Five of Wands is competition, fighting or competing, activity, combat, being involved or engaged in activity, energy. fast and furious things like exercise. The illustration shows fellas going at it, at each other, with boards … swatting their fellow men.

Six of Pentacles is to treat someone properly, respect, to contribute, the input, to pay attention to, and justice or proper. A merchant weighs the coins he pays his laborers on a scale to pay them fairly and treat them right.

Four of Swords is to be non-responsive, unresponsive, laid back, asleep, not participating and not doing. This is the fellow (doing his knighthood ceremoney, where he has to have a vision quest in a cathedral all night) lying on a coffin, meditating, not engaging in any activity but contemplation.

Death is no, never, not, without – any negative modifier. Often, “Don’t.” It shows the dead kind on the ground. The bishop has scooped up his crown to pass it on to the next before his body is cold. Remind yourself not to go into politics.


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  1. A good technique to use when you are changing your own behavior is what I call “What would my character do?” You make up the kind of character that could best deal with this situation, so that you can step into its shoes and perform. This is easier and more fun than you would think.

  2. Okay, Anna. Here’s your question. Notice how, with the question, we have answers that are agreeing with one another, and have fewer? Like I keep saying, the Question is at least half the answer.
    Specific strategy based on mama-bat’s actual individuality can be had by giving me a call. It shouldn’t take long, or, if you want to, you can dissect in detail.

    • Anna

      Thanks Emily! I’m going to try to be more laid back, it seems like good advice to apply to all my relatives 🙂

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