Tarot Readings for You for January 13, 2013 Sunday(c)

Jan 12, 2013 by

Guidance       Strategy begins with realizing the difference between taking a deliberate, calculated risk to achieve a goal, purpose or mission, and taking an equally risky action for the heck of it, or for some reckless fun.  There are risks you take for benefits, and there are others that are more for sport.

 

 

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Sun

Hanged Man – Chariot – Seven of Swords

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Free (Sun)

Tarot Readings:  Taking Chances, Thrills (Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings:  The Strategist (Chariot)

Tarot Readings:  Dangerous Project (Chariot + Seven of Swords)

 

Tarot Readings:  Free (Sun)

He is out to have fun, knowing it’s risky.

It strikes me how I sabotage my success, and I am not free of that.

Now that I have figured out how he hurts me by design (on purpose), I am free of him, I am outa here.

It hits me that I am free to fulfill my ambitions if I have the guts to do so.

Dare to think for yourself:  It feels dangerous to let loose.

Once you know your mission or purpose, you free yourself to pull it off.

I make up my mind that taking chances is fun.

It’s a fun thing to have the willpower for mental adventures.

 

Tarot Readings:  Taking Chances, Thrills (Seven of Swords)

Stealing the car is an intense thrill.

A thief has an inspiration to joy ride your vehicle.

Aware the kid is a dangerous driver.

You know someone could get hurt, and you drive recklessly anyway.

That dangerous car is a thrill to drive, you can feel it.

I am doing what I have a mind to do:  Damn the torpedos!

Send your mind out to play in traffic.

 

Tarot Readings:  The Strategist (Chariot)

He is a strategist; he knows how to get away with cheating.

Realize the person in charge can get away with stealing.

He knows how to disarm them with his charm, to accomplish his purpose.

As I drive away from there, I realize he got the best of me.

A strategist thinks daring out-of-the-box thoughts.

A brilliant idea of how to get ahead, how to get out from under whatever is holding you back

(even if that is yourself).

All of a sudden I get it:  The charming boy is using that charm to get control of me.

Now I get it, and he can’t outsmart me anymore.

 

Tarot Readings:  Dangerous Project (Chariot + Seven of Swords)

He thinks a dangerous project is fun.

He has the skill and the knowhow for a dangerous sport.

Send your mind out to play in traffic.

 

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Sun

Hanged Man – Chariot – Seven of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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Sun and Seven of Swords are daring rule-breakers, and Chariot is a strategist.  Hanged Man is the innocent bystander observing the scene today.

 

Sun is sneaking out from under the house rules to play, in a reckless happy frenzy.  The boy is naked, bareback atop an evil-intentioned pony, arms akimbo.  His rule-breaking is uninhibited and impulsive.

 

Seven of Swords, on the other hand, is hotfooting it out of enemy camp with weapons (holding them by the blade).  He is a thief, he has violated or double-crossed or undermined some kind of trust.  He is also about self-destructive antics or behavior, what with the ungloved fingers on the sword blades.

 

When you put Sun and Seven of Swords together, you get a sort of ‘go play in traffic’ theme, a ‘damn the torpedoes’ theme, a cute and charming devil, a dangerous frolic like a joyride in a stolen car.  The playfulness of Sun detracts from the mal-intent of Seven of Swords.

 

Then Chariot reinforces the deliberate intent of Seven of Swords.  Chariot and Seven of Swords each have missions.  Chariot’s is upfront and respectable (barring other cards saying otherwise), but Seven of Swords’ is nefarious.  Seven of Swords can be a terrorist, even.

 

Chariot is about using skill and willpower to accomplish a purpose or ambition – being a strategist.  Chariot + Seven of Swords is ‘out to get ya.’  It’s also the stolen car, what with Seven of Swords being the thief and Chariot being any vehicle.  When it reinforces the deliberate intent of Sun, he’s using that charm to get control of (you), since Sun is the ‘charming baby boy’ type.

 

Our remaining Rider-Waite Tarot card, Hanged Man, is an innocent bystander to the intrigue theme:  He is just about realizing, sensing, catching on, ‘getting it’ and being inspired.

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

Hanged Man   is realizing, sensing, catching on, ‘getting it’ and being inspired.  He is deja vu, eureka, flashbacks, subconscious or psychic awareness, knowing, having ‘ a feeling in our bones.’  He is the upended and disoriented feeling you get … like you’re upside-down with your hair on fire … when you first realize ‘what should have been obvious.’ 

 

Chariot is about using skill and willpower to accomplish a purpose, mission or ambition – being a strategist, being the driver. Chariot is the project manager and the ‘man who gets the job done by hook or by crook.’  This card’s illustration is about using all the factors of a situation – even the ones that work against it – to achieve your aim.

 

Seven of Swords  is hotfooting it out of enemy camp with weapons (holding them by the blade).  He is a sneak thief, he has violated or double-crossed or undermined some kind of trust.  He is also about self-destructive antics or behavior, what with the ungloved fingers on the sword blades.  Often, the mission is not going to be successful … it’s about taking a great big risky chance.

 

Sun is sneaking out from under the house rules to play, in a reckless happy frenzy.  Sun is the ‘charming baby boy’ type. The boy is naked, bareback atop an evil-intentioned pony, arms akimbo.  His rule-breaking is uninhibited and impulsive.  Often, Sun just means fun, a ‘whee’ feeling of release, relief, freedom.  He is also the callous playboy with a little help from certain Tarot friends, in other spreads.

 

 

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  1. Jules

    Happy Sunday.
    Interesting that yesterday’s reading and today’s could be true of the guy I’m thinking about lately.

    Hmmm… warm and fuzzy and ready for me, OR is he out thrill seeking???

    Care to choose a few cards for me on this Emily?

    • Those are not mutually exclusive; both can be true.

      Star
      Wheel of Fortune – Six of Cups – Temperance

      Wow. Three warm fuzzy cards and one (Wheel of Fortune) that says the best possible happens.
      Six of Cups: A real old-fashioned sweet romance
      Wheel of Fortune: happens, lucky you! –
      Temperance: a close, intimate relationship between the two of you, it’s mutual.
      Star: He’s crazy about you.

      If this were for a day’s post here, it would not make many sentences because all the cards are in the same vein.

      Enjoy it, whatever it is!

      • Jules

        Thanks Emily! I appreciate that you took the time to respond, and I’ll keep in touch.

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