Our Daily Spread April 16, 2012 Monday©

Apr 16, 2012 by

Guidance The worst, most tragic and humiliating experiences do not have to be taken full strength or even taken at all: By our attitude, our discipline and our optimistic faith we diminish the effect, we avoid or prevent the experience or its consequences, or we even go into ‘duh’ mode and don’t get it until it’s way past. It’s marvelous when you can be that stupid: been there myself a lot!


Is this the first time you come here?  Well … what to do:

*Go to Guidance (above ) which is a summary of the Messages. (Guidance is everyone’s favorite part.)

*Go to Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading below.  One or more of those sentences has something to say to you.  Intuitively pick those out and decide whether to encourage or suppress them.  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?”)

Did you come here for your predictions? –  You are done now –  See you tomorrow.

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!







Ten of Swords
Six of Swords – Ace of Cups – Fool



Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.



Feeling No Pain (Fool + Ten of Swords)



I am so healthy, I ain’t gonna be no victim of nothin’.



Damn the torpedoes, I’m going ahead intact.



Assume the best and put the worst in the dust.



Just let me be in love and I will feel no pain.



A healthy subconscious steers you out of disasters.



Am in love without even thinking about it now that the fiasco is over.



I just know you love me because you avoid hurting me.




It doesn’t hurt anymore (Six of Swords + Ten of Swords)



It doesn’t hurt any more – am free to be in love.



Forget about the hurt and go on with the part of life that feels good.



Ignore a martyred mood, it will pass as you become well.



Forget that stuff about suffering for love, put it behind and go on with a new phase.



It hurts when love leaves you but you do forget and be happy.



Don’t dwell on the self-pity and after awhile it just fades away and you’re perfectly fine.



The departed is healed of the tragedy, is untouched and does not remember.



Assume the worst is over when you feel love.



Wasn’t aware I was screwed until I was out of there in good shape.



Just forgot about the hurt and progressed on with the healing.



Just skip the victimization and go directly to blessed.



The easy way is to not think about it as a humiliation til it’s over.



It’s so healthy to just get over the bad part and not think about it.



I lost, I failed? Oh well, I’m on to something else really good.



His suffering is over, he has left to be with God.




Nascent Spirituality (Ace of Cups + Fool)



Our nascent spirituality is brought out by getting over suffering.



Unconsciously channel the presence of God distancing myself from bad outcomes.



A subconscious link to the divine puts you on a path out of failures.



The departed is healed of the tragedy, is untouched and does not remember.




Physical Health by Optimism (Ace of Cups + Fool)



I am so healthy, I ain’t gonna be no victim of nothin’.



Damn the torpedoes, I’m going ahead intact.



Are on your way to good health free of pain and suffering.



Optimistic about being in great health after the pain is over.







I just love you, that’s all; it hurts when you are gone.



Ignore and avoid a love that is painful.



You can leave for no reason but that love makes you feel bad.



Don’t worry about failing, just head into what is easy for you.



I might fail … I will get over it if so.


Now,  Part Two,

Do you want to know a little, or a lot, about how this Tarot Verbatim ™ thing works? If so,

*Go to Learn Tarot by Observing 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 in your mind to make the message.

*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards,  by itself,  has to say.  It shows you how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

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Ten of Swords
Six of Swords – Ace of Cups – Fool



Both Six of Swords and Fool refer to good times ahead (optimism) in different ways: Six of Swords is putting some bad times behind and the future is better because the past is terrible; Fool is simply free of taking the physical realm too seriously.


Both Fool and Ace of Cups refer to spirituality. Ace of Cups is bluntly the presence of God, and channeling the Holy Spirit, being in healthy good shape. Fool is having the spiritual mindset whilst in the physical body. These people disregard self-interest and are quirky, eccentric mavericks. Fool means faith too. As well as assumption and optimism.


Ace of Cups is being in a good state, healthy, blessed, even channeling the divine spirit. It is healthy (not cured, healthy).


Ten of Swords is a disaster card in such good company today we are spared the brunt of his full effect. We are about resolving or avoiding or dismissing the self-pity and personal suffering he represents.




Six of Swords Time to move on to a better place, a better life. This one is used up. Phasing out of this and into something better, like ‘Just let me be in love and the pain will be over.’ Relocating to where we can succeed is the kind of moving Six of Swords in Rider Waite Tarot speaks of. Illustrated by a woman and child in a crude open rowboat on a gray day leaving with no possessions.
Ace of Cups Divine spirit infuses the senses and flows wherever it is going. The five streams flowing out of the fountain represent that thought, with the white dove putting the wafer into the midst of the container. This is Roman Catholic symbols, probably from Ste. Teresa d’Avila’s ‘Interior Castle,’ a dense book considered by some universities as the seminal work of Western mysticism. Back in the day Tarot was first discovering European nobility, the people needed to prove Tarot wasn’t unholy (just as some people do now). Ace of Cups is good, good health or being well, a flow, spirituality and God, harmless, love, healing, being in good shape.
Fool isn’t with us, Fool is ‘out there.’ The state of being free (and free of anything), of being blithely oblivious and just going on with whatever. What torpedoes? Not the conscious part of us, the other ones (higher consciousness). Optimistic faith with no reason except ‘Don’t worry.’ See him not looking where he is going and about to skip off the cliff with his equally carefree canine?
Ten of Swords You always hope for a negative modifier with Ten of Swords. You don’t have to guess about its meaning either: a person pinned to the ground by ten swords in the back is suffering the worst pain, has endured fiasco, disaster, humiliation, pain and treachery. Bad outcome is putting it mildly. It means a martyred mood and a person who will stab you in the back in its milder applications.



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no ___ of nothing
damn the torpedoes
assume the best
feel no
without even thinking
I just know
free to be
go on with
forget   a new phase
forget and be happy
don’t dwell on
untouched and does not remember
wasn’t aware
just forgot
just skip
not think about it
Oh, well
not present here
untouched and does not remember
free of
just __, that’s all
no reason
Don’t worry
you might … and if so


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  1. TT

    “I just love you, that’s all; it hurts when you are gone.”
    I really ccan relate to this. It’s difficult when you love someone and they fade in and out of the relationship.

    • We have all been there. Grief fades in waves. If the ‘other’ is alive and being cyclic, it’s best to end it if you can. If they’re dead, you are stuck there.

      • TT

        Yes, they’re alive, and they are cyclic, that’s the worst part. and i agree, it’s best to end it, but the “if you can” part, is the problem! I tried several times to end it, but it’s so difficult, and heartbreaking. i need to be stronger i guess.

  2. Anna

    Yes, I don’t feel sorry for myself being alone when I think of life in spiritual terms.

    • When clients get married, they either quit calling me (not because they have run out of issues) or they hide from the husband … and that start immediately.
      Alone is not so bad – had two husbands, and that’s my quota.

  3. Me

    Never ever let ur Enemies no who you are.

  4. Sue

    I’ve never seen things that way before, and it’s helpful. Thanks. I need to work on self discipline. I’m really bad at it. I can do things for other people, if they’re there in front of me, but for myself, things just don’t get done – ugh.

    • It’s a wonderful way to look at things, play it as it lays, use the worst to best advantage. I appreciate this one too.

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