Our Daily Spread May 13, 2012 Sunday©

May 12, 2012 by

Guidance The main story is making sure we are happy together, that we are sharing the same page together, whatever we have to evade or shove aside to get there. ‘We’ is us and anybody we are feeling at one with — ‘mates’ as the British put it – not just our love partner. Yes, there are people (and topics) to keep out of the way of progress so that we can be at peace with fellow travelers.

 

 

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

 

 

 

Six of Swords

Seven of Wands – Three of Cups – Chariot

 

GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING
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Struggle to Share Life (Seven of Wands + Three of Cups)

 

 

He faces the challenge of sharing love and life wholeheartedly with her, becomes a grownup and eases out of his past.

 

Making sure we are happy together, whatever we have to evade or shove aside to get there.

 

Forces himself to get out of his doings, meet some girls,and let his hair down with them.

 

Force yourself to go out and have fun and be sociable, to find your own way out of bad times, to get yourself over it.

 

He is trying to be ‘one of the girls’ and is headed for success there.

 

Bad days are over, things are under control: He is ‘defending the fort’ while she is out with the girls having a good time.

 

He intends to break through whatever keeps him away from being with his girl and sharing camaraderie with her.

 

The odds are against having a good life with her, but he is giving it his all; and the hard times are behind, they are succeeding.

 

They struggle to be happy together since he left home and is on his own.

 

Girl shares life with a guy who has rages but he intends to get over that and have a better life.

 

 

 

Lovin’ and Leavin’ (Three of Cups + Six of Swords)

 

 

Doesn’t want to be with her anymore, he decides to leave.

 

Aims to avoid women who push him around or who are pushy.

 

He doesn’t want to date girls if that puts his ambition aside.

 

His decision is already made (launched): No party girls for him – no partying with the girls that go out in groups.

 

His partying days are now something he has to deny or to defend himself against because those bad days are over, he is being a responsible grownup now.

 

He does not want to date girls until he succeeds in moving away from this town.

 

Is resisting joining in the woman’s life and her world, heading away from that to accomplish his own purposes.

 

He won’t let her be with her women friends but she will succeed in moving out of this town and leave him behind.

 

She pressures him to share the proceeds of his success so she can leave poor times behind her for the good life.

 

The girl REALLY doesn’t want to leave the party in his car.

 

It’s no fun to be with her, he decides to leave.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

 

Left home and is on (his) own but isn’t in control of (his) life anymore.

 

He alienates team members so he is headed away from being in sensible control of (his) situation.

 

He becomes a responsible adult despite pressure from the people he parties with, and phases out of his past.

 

Women/girls choose to leave instead of defending themselves against a male who threatens them.

 

The buddies he fought the battle with are determined to put it all behind them.

 

 

 

 

Struggle to have Good Times Now (Seven of Wands + Three of Cups)

 

It’s a struggle for the good times now, never mind getting ahead.

 

Does not achieve sharing others resources (mooching).

 

He is trying to prevent her prosperity because he isn’t that ambitious anymore himself.

 

 

 

Girls’ Accusations (Seven of Wands + Three of Cups)

 

 

He has things under control as far as defending himself against the girl’s accusation even after he is not here anymore.

 

The girls’ accusations force him to leave voluntarily.

 

 

Now, Part Two,

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*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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Six of Swords

Seven of Wands – Three of Cups – Chariot

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

 

 

In the middle is sharing camaraderie, life and good times (particularly with woman), and sharing the prosperity (the harvest) with your mates: Three of Cups.

 

Beginning and end of our spread (at the head and foot of our conference table, you could say) are two cards of not wanting to be around something. Seven of Wands is ‘get that out of my face’ as well as being invaded by intruders (in any way, of any kind). It is also the mouthy unreasonable adolescent type energy, the ‘gimme the car keys and I ain’t buyin’ no gas.’  Six of Swords is just leaving without packing up.

 

Then there is Chariot: The adult in control of the situation, the ambitious person (dude, usually), the skilled individual who pilots the vehicle to its destination. He is the responsible ‘get the job done any way you need to’ individual, the strategist.

 

The main story is making sure we are happy together, whatever we have to evade or shove aside to get there. But Chariot also means to choose and Six of Swords means to leave, as well as Seven of Wands also meaning accusation – so we have some scenarios about leaving the relationship under some kind of pressure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

 

 

Seven of Wands gets between you and where you are going, distracts you. It has an attitude. It is entitled and won’t shut up about not getting its bottle. Pictured is a landowner invaded by his neighbors, half-dressed and fighting them off – outnumbered but the odds are with him.

 

 

Three of Cups The girls pooled their labor and money and are amicably splitting their profits with some wine glasses held high. Camaraderie is the word for Three of Cups. Sharing. Having a good time. Enjoying one another’s company.

 

 

 

Chariot This is the cab driver who knows the town like the back of his hand. This is the worker with the motivation and the skill to deliver the project on target and on time. His illustration shows him using the pesky sphinxes, who will go only left or only right, to get ahead.

 

 

 

Six of Swords Moving on to something better. Leaving the dry hole behind and heading out to better prospects. A woman and child huddle in a rowboat as a friend rows them out of Dodge like refugees toward a destination that has to be better than this place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Sue

    This relates. I told somebody to 7 of swords about something.

    • It would be interesting to use cards as words. They might eventually get into a dictionary, with common enough use! Like “Go Seven of Swords yourself.”

  2. jaclyn

    Emily can you help me a bit with this? Got an attitude that won’t shut up about not getting the bottle. Miss the camaraderie of sharing a glass of wine with the girls. The fellowship does not believe in a middle ground. Time to leave this dry hole? Do I have the knowledge and skill to keep on track?

    • jaclyn

      Re-reading of course reveals more. There are certain topics that must be avoided to stay in the company of certain good friends. Have to push differences aside to keep some of the special people in your life . . .
      Thanks Emily

      • Yay and ha-ha. You applied the sentences of a group reading to your specific issues and have the answer. Congratulations.

  3. Candy

    I can relate to this and people in my life… all to well. Great spread Emily(o:

    • (Bow) Thank you for saying so. The new way I am doing the messages improves them. May eventually take less time – working on this!

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