Our Daily Spread August 28, 2011 Sunday ©

Aug 28, 2011 by

Advice is all about being a guy,  whether a hot-blooded or celibate guy or whether a hot-tempered or patient guy.  And about being a husband,  whether the patient husband who isn’t leaving, or the hot-tempered one who is leaving;  whether the husband who helps out or ducks out.  Anger management advice from Tarot here!

Being older,  he is no longer the workingman he used to be.

 

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King of Wands

Four of Cups,  Hermit,  Six of Swords

 

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS

 

A Married Man or Husband

It’s a fact he can’t avoid being a married man.

Husband can see he isn’t leaving.

Husband doesn’t come to help –  he leaves the place.

Husband can’t get out of helping out.

A married man isn’t coming to (you) but leaving (you) behind.

You aren’t interested in a married guy,  so the truth is out and so are you.

He isn’t as nasty as he used to be but he still refuses to help.

He quit looking,  and he isn’t that hot-blooded anymore.

 

The Angry Man

Impulsive (redneck?) man can’t avoid the truth.

He is angry but his days of denying the truth are over.

The fact is:  He is angry because there’s no way out.

He isn’t as nasty as he used to be but he still refuses to help.

He angrily refuses counseling and boycotts it.

His patience is wearing thin but he keeps from being hot-tempered.

There is no way he is going to put this behind him.

 

Not Getting Angry

He is a patient man,  he isn’t going to leave in anger.

Things are not as bad as they used to be,  and that’s the truth,  so don’t be frustrated.

Don’t let yourself get angry,  delaying and leaving the scene helps patience

Just leaving the scene helps with anger,  so don’t be impulsive.

With counseling,  he doesn’t get as angry as he used to but holds out against it.

He is patient and not hotheaded like he used to be.

 

General, Things Aren’t the Way They Used to Be

Being older,  he is no longer the workingman he used to be.

The celibate man has given up the passion he used to have.

He quit looking,  and he isn’t that hot-natured anymore.

Objectively,  the worst is over but not for the workingman.

 

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MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

 

Four of Cups is not accepting,  refusing,  not having any of that,  not being that way anymore.  Six of Swords is leaving that behind and going off somewhere else. The two together mean things like  ‘isn’t going to leave.’

 

(Hermit and Six of Swords both have the idea of a helper and travel in them,  but that does not apply that much in today’s spread.)

 

Then things get interesting.  What the other two cards have in common is a contrast:  Hermit is a patient,  helpful man who comes to another;  King of Wands is the angry,  irritated,  hot-tempered guy.  Hermit is celibate;  King of Wands is hot-blooded.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT

CARDS

 

Four of Cups is not accepting,  refusing,  not having any of that,  not being that way anymore.  In Rider Waite, a person is seated with arms and legs crossed and head averted as if to say  “No! No more of that.”

 

Hermit is the monk who goes out of his way to help travelers on the road at night.  He is kind, he is ‘on the path’  and he is celibate.  He is also searching or looking. These are his main meanings.

 

Six of Swords doesn’t live there anymore,  has left the bad scene for a better life,  has put something behind.  Putting distance between.  A woman and child are being helped to leave like refugees.

 

King of Wands is a married man,  a husband,  an impulsive,  hot-blooded,  hot-headed,  hot-tempered fellow,  sometimes a redneck type.  He is pictured red-headed,  looking irritated on his throne.  He is the workingman,  too.

 

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  1. Anna

    The king of wands is my hot headed brother and I did talk to him on the phone this day but I don’t know how the other cards fit in

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