Our Daily Spread for September 2, 2011 Friday ©

Sep 2, 2011 by

Advice is about not being afraid, or being afraid, of doing your work or your routine. Trying hard not to is pictured as having the same level of effort as a job would. Anxiety that makes it such an effort to simply do what you always do, that stops you from fully exerting yourself. Keep trying and the anxiety will end. But then again, it’s the work some people are afraid of and they don’t put forth much effort.



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Five of Wands

Death, Nine of Swords, Eight of Pentacles



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Five of Wands

Death, Nine of Swords, Eight of Pentacles






Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.


Use any pronouns in any of this! And all these sentences could go under ‘Fears.’


Work Perspective

Not afraid of hard work.

Don’t work so hard that you can’t sleep!

Quit the job because the effort got to you.

Being unemployed makes him anxious and combative.

Violent deaths in that line of work give him nightmares.

Is afraid of work and doesn’t put forth much effort.

Afraid of violent death in that line of work.

This is a high-energy job, not for fraidycats.

Being unemployed makes him anxious and combative.

Competition at work doesn’t scare him/her/us.

Is afraid of work and doesn’t put forth much effort.

No energy to do your work when you are up late instead of sleeping.


Anxiety Preventions

Keep trying and the anxiety will end.

An effort to not be fearful all the time.

One aerobic exercise after the other prevents insomnia.

An exercise routine that keeps you from being nervous.


Prevention of Anxiety Makes it Worse

Quitting the habit is a huge effort that gets on your nerves a lot!

When it ‘gets to you’ like this, quit trying so hard and just do the usual routine.


Trying So Hard to Stop

This is the habit that worries you. You try hard to quit.

Doing the same thing over and over again is so upsetting, and (you are) trying hard to stop.


Quitting Out of Fear

So fearful not much activities are done.

Not going to keep tormenting myself with this activity.

Trying hard to scare them out of doing that activity.



Afraid it won’t happen, he keeps trying so hard.

The scary thing about doing this is how it kills your energy.

Anxiety that makes it such an effort to simply do what you always do, that stops you.



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Eight of Pentacles is doing something over and over like work, and Five of Wands is exertion like work. Not much of a theme there.


The other two Tarot cards are Death the great negator and Nine of Swords, fear and nervousness. No theme there.



Death seldom means death in Tarot Verbatim ™ but is The Great Negator, meaning no, never, not, don’t, isn’t and so on forever. Based on the illustration, the bishop collecting the dead king’s throne to crown the next throne-sitter, it should have something to do with succession and transition. Once a year, it does.

Nine of Swords is anguish, worry, mental suffering, anxiety, insomnia, stress, up nights crying, and the illustration shows exactly that.

Eight of Pentacles is repetitive action and work. It often elicits the ‘keep doing’ phrases. Persistence, routine … it has a few meanings that don’t directly involve work or repeatedly doing something. Illustration shows a carpenter making one identical object after another. Oh yes, it also means a workman or workmanlike.

Five of Wands is activity, trying hard, competition, fighting, aerobic exercise. It shows five fellows whacking one another with boards in a game or a fight.


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1 Comment

  1. Sue

    Hey this fits so well. Need to stop procrastinating, it’s a bad habit that leads to anxiety. Thanks!

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