Tarot Readings for You for September 7, 2013 Saturday(c)

Sep 6, 2013 by

Guidance      Sometimes there’s no right answer, no right course of action, so it doesn’t matter what you do or whether you do … you’re just as likely to regret one way as another. So never mind, just do it or just don’t do it, but don’t stew about it because it’s not worth the sweat you would expend. When it comes to ‘damned if you do and damned if you don’t,’ we have to admire those people who don’t sweat it, they seem to be such exotic blessed creatures.



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Seven of Pentacles

Nine of Swords, Magician, Two of Swords




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: What if (I) don’t do it? (Two of Swords and Seven of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Just Doing It, What the Heck? (Magician and Seven of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Worry About Doing It (Nine of Swords and Magician)


Tarot Readings: What if (I) don’t do it? (Two of Swords and Seven of Pentacles)

He wonders why he didn’t do it .. oh, wah.


Will I be sorry if I don’t do it? Will he be sorry if he doesn’t do it?


What would he have to worry about if he hadn’t done that?


What is there to worry about if you didn’t do it?


If you are barred from being the man to perform this, why cry over it?


If you are barred from being the one to perform this, why worry over it?


What if he quit doing this? – worry about that.




Tarot Readings: Just Doing It, What the Heck? (Magician and Seven of Pentacles)

He doesn’t know why he did it but has no regrets.


He figures out how to do it without stress.


Here’s something you can do to prevent insomnia.


He doesn’t know what he is doing and he doesn’t care, either.


There’s no way I’m going to worry about not knowing what I’m doing.


Don’t be nervous, just do it – what the heck.


Upset that he ended it … “Why did I do that?”



Tarot Readings: Worry About Doing It (Nine of Swords and Magician)

He doesn’t torment himself speculating about what to do.


You could worry and wonder about what to do to prevent it.


He is not going to stay up nights figuring out how to do this.


He doesn’t worry. How could he pull that off, anyway?


What, me worry? I don’t do that.


How the heck can you do that without stressing out?


How can he do that without staying up all night?


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Seven of Pentacles

Nine of Swords, Magician, Two of Swords






Whenever you see Nine of Swords or Nine of Wands with Seven of Pentacles, you think “Worry and wonder.”


Whenever you see Magician with Two of Swords or Four of Cups, it’s potentially about not doing something.


And that is what we have here. This foursome speculates and gets nothing done. I think it describes the feeling a lot of us have these days, of spinning our wheels, and there being no right answer, no right way, no clear homework assignment.


On the other hand, Nine of Swords and Seven of Pentacles says “Why worry?”


So our overall message here is ‘Why worry about doing or not doing?’






 Nine of Swords is so stressed, life is scary, so scary I can’t get a good night’s sleep. Life is a bad dream and I am fresh out of coping skills. Grief dogs me in the middle of the night. I think I have a headache and I don’t know where the aspirin is in the dark.


Magician is ‘Just Do It.’ (Remember ‘Just do it.’?) This Rider Waite Tarot card stands for the male principle of ‘active.’ He is bringing some event about using the tools of his trade, his hand raised with the wand.



Two of Swords Oh no you don’t! No way! The buck stops here. The road is blocked. ou can’t. It can’t. A seated female figure is blindfolded, her arms crossed, with two heavy swords, one in each hand, which prevents any move except dropping them.



Seven of Pentacles is one of the ‘Duh’ cards. Uncertainty, indecision. He wonders whether his cucumber plants will bear fruit. It’s one of those plants that has to have both genders within reach of the bees in order to be pollinated to bear. Doubt about the outcome. Wondering.


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  1. BunnyB

    It doesn’t matter if old or new because this is a good one for me today. 🙂
    Because no matter what I want to do, it wont make it happen any faster… 😉

    • I get a picture, from what you say, of life as a bus trip: You are the passenger and the driver determines the speed!

      • BunnyB

        Yes ma’am, you’re right. But it’s been almost 4 days. The suspence is killing me haha

  2. Anna

    We’ve had this guidance paragraph before, I know because I’ve cut and pasted it and put it where I can read it now and then because it is so good

    • You clever girl. My power is intermittent now, so I recycled one of the past blogs. Yes, I chose it because I thought it was special!

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