Tarot Readings for You for October 26, 2013 Saturday(c)

Oct 25, 2013 by

Guidance      It’s all about getting out. Sometimes, you just have the idea to get out … had enough of this. Sometimes you have to get out of there, whether slow or fast, whether it’s your idea or whether you are under some outside pressure to. Dropping out instead of sticking around to struggle against the odds. Avoid defending yourself with someone who is confrontational. It’s such a life change to break out and get on your way … perplexed about this. And why is this person so mouthy when you are going out of your way to avoid meeting up? If so much stands in the way of gradual withdrawal, it must be time to drop out.

 

 

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Eight of Cups

Six of Swords – Seven of Pentacles – Seven of Wands

 

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Tarot Readings: Contemplating Leaving the Scene (Six of Swords and Seven of Pentacles)

Avoiding Confrontation (Six of Swords and Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Leave Gradually or Suddenly? (Six of Swords and Eight of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Not Mad Anymore (Eight of Cups and Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Seems Like a Shift (Seven of Pentacles and Eight of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: Contemplating Leaving the Scene (Six of Swords and Seven of Pentacles)

Perplexed about how to break out and get away:  It’s such a life change.

 

Contemplating just disappearing instead of fighting my way out of here.

 

Resisting the uncertainty that comes with getting the heck out and putting it all behind.

 

They won’t let me quit, maybe I will just distance myself from here.

 

Contemplating leaving the country to avoid what is coming at me.

 

 

 

Avoiding Confrontation (Six of Swords and Seven of Wands)

He figures dropping out is a way to avoid defending himself in a confrontation.

 

Why is he so mouthy when you go out of your way to avoid him?

 

Not sure how to get away when my escape is cut off.

 

Complainers get in your face unexpectedly while you wonder how to exit.

 

How can we force this person out of here without notice?

 

Tarot Readings: Leave Gradually or Suddenly? (Six of Swords and Eight of Cups)

The challenge is whether to leave gradually or leave abruptly.

 

Seems he got mad and quit when he was on his way out anyway.

 

Since so much stands in the way of a gradual withdrawal, I figure I will drop out.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Not Mad Anymore (Eight of Cups and Seven of Wands)

It’s not here. Maybe it disappeared when I was cussing at it.

 

He seems to have suddenly left his adolescent self behind.

 

The fella who was upset when I left seems to have abandoned me.

 

So far I have avoided a temper tantrum; should I change?

 

Would I have better days ahead if I get mad and quit?

 

 

Tarot Readings: Seems Like a Shift (Seven of Pentacles and Eight of Cups)

 

We weren’t going to let him leave, and he seems to have disappeared.

It seems we have to detour to get out of this town.

 

We have to give up but I believe better times are ahead.

 

A shift seems to have occurred that I have to deal with – the old days are over.

 

Suspect I am going to be fired so I push for moving to another city.

 

Why did I leave when I was so against leaving?

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Eight of Cups

Six of Swords – Seven of Pentacles – Seven of Wands

 

 

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Six of Swords and Eight of Cups both mean leaving. Six of Cups is leaving gradually, putting it behind. Better times are ahead, mostly because things are so awful right now. Eight of Cups is leaving fast, leaving abruptly, leaving without notice, making a detour, changing course abruptly, or even dropping out.

Seven of Wands involves the issue of leaving, too. Seven of Wands can be the reason for leaving – being pushed out or confronted – or can be insisting on leaving, or protesting leaving, or can be standing in the way, as in “You’re not going anywhere.” Seven of Wands mouths off, raises hell … is the mouthy adolescent. As I have said before, this Rider Waite Tarot card can be ‘I’m mad as hell and won’t take it anymore,’ or can be ‘Gimme the car keys, and, no I ain’t fillin’ the tank.’ A person is worked up about holding his/her ground. In the illustration, a landowner fights his neighbors for his home.

Seven of Pentacles is wondering, puzzling, contemplating. Yes, it is a ‘Duh’ card. It is one of the cards that makes a sentence a question. In the illustration, he wonders whether his work growing this plant will come to fruition: cucumbers.

Six of Swords and Seven of Pentacles combines wondering with leaving an undesirable scene.

Some of the phrases for these two here are: Why did I leave? Maybe I am on the way out. How to move on to a better life. Suspect that moving to another city. Seems to have left that self behind. Gradual withdrawal … I figure. On his way out anyway. Wonder how to exit. Why, when I avoid (him). Not sure how to get away.

Six of Swords and Seven of Wands combines getting away (Six of Swords) with: being blocked, being pushed out or pressured, or holding your ground protesting. It’s Seven of Wands’ variations that create the variety.

Our phrases for these two are: a struggle to have a better future by moving on. Being blocked from getting out of a bad situation for a better one. He is so mouthy you try to avoid him. You are blocked from getting away. That hellraising fella is on his way out.

Seven of Pentacles and Seven of Wands combine wondering with being blocked, being pushed out or pressured, or holding your ground protesting. Once again, Seven of Wands makes the variety because it it different meanings, and Seven of Pentacles has so few.

Here are some of the portions of sentences these two Rider Waite Tarot cards have contributed to today’s messages: Perplexed re how to break out. Contemplating fighting my way. Resisting the uncertainty. They won’t let me, so maybe. Contemplating what is coming at me. He figures defending himself in a confrontation. Why is he so mouthy? Not sure, when my escape is cut off. Get in your face unexpectedly while you wonder. How can we force this person. The challenge is whether to. Seems he got mad. Since so much stands in the way, I figure. Maybe when I was cussing at it. He seems to have … his adolescent self. The fella who was upset seems to have. Should I have a temper tantrum?

Seven of Pentacles and Eight of Cups combine wondering with a sudden change or departure or detour – which often involve ‘leaving.’ Expect some similarity to the phrases produced by Seven of Pentacles and Six of Swords, since Six of Swords means ‘leaving’ too. The two ‘leavings’ are very different, though. See Six of Swords and Eight of Cups, the first entry here.

Here are phrases for Seven of Pentacles and Eight of Cups: Perplexed about such a life change. Contemplating just disappearing. The uncertainty that comes with getting the heck out. Maybe I will quit. Contemplating leaving the country. He figures dropping out is. Why, when you go out of your way to. Not sure how, when my escape. Unexpectedly, while you wonder how. How can we, without notice? Whether to leave abruptly. Seems he quit. I figure I will drop out. Maybe it disappeared.

Seven of Wands and Eight of Cups combine Seven of Wands’ meanings – being blocked, being pushed out or pressured, or holding your ground protesting – with Eight of Cups’ meanings. Eight of Cups means leaving fast, leaving abruptly, leaving without notice, making a detour, changing course abruptly, or even dropping out. The first thing you think of is someone being forced to drop out.

So against leaving. Being fired, so I push for. A shift I will have to deal with. We have to give up. We have to detour. Disappeared, when we weren’t going to let him. Avoided a temper tantrum. Upset, abandoned me. Suddenly left his adolescent self. So much stands in the way that I drop out. Got mad and quit. Challenge is to leave abruptly. Force this person out of here without notice. Get in your face when you exit. Escape is cut off. So mouthy when you are going out of your way to. Dropping out of defending himself in a confrontation.

 

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Six of Swords escapes and avoids, is leaving in defeat to fight another day, is leaving town or going ‘over water’ which is sometimes overseas.  Six of Swords’ future is better because its past is so miserable.  Illustration shows refugees being helped out of a place, leaving with the clothes on their back.

 

Seven of Pentacles wonders, puzzles, contemplates, asks a question, is making a choice. It has a ‘duh’ tone to it, so it can form the sentence into a question. I planted these cucumbers and I hope I have both genders of the plant so I will get cucumbers on my vine.

 

Seven of Wands struggles. Here, you can be defending your turf against intruders, or defending your position.  Look at the picture: Seven of Wands can be the mouthy adolescent hell-raiser, the pushy rude obnoxious person in your face.  It can be having a temper tantrum or “I’m mad as hell and I’m not taking it anymore.”  Illustration shows a person roused from bed (That garb is an undershirt.) by neighbors who intend to move in and throw him off his land.  The idea is, fighting against the odds – him against six guys – he will succeed in defending what is his.

 

Eight of Cups ‘I’m outa here.’ Abrupt departure, abrupt switch, abrupt change of course. Dropping out.  Abandoning course.  Leaving in the middle.  Quit without notice.  Illustration shows a pilgrim having to go off course because the river forces the change of direction or detour. He is expected to resume his course.

 

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8 Comments

  1. Jaclyn

    How can we force this person out of here without notice . . . That has been the question on my mind. How can we make it her idea . . .? She says she wants this job . . but her actions say otherwise . . .

    • She wants a paycheck, not a job. Also fears that when she isn’t bringing in money, her husband or family will throw her out. She does not want to work and isn’t going to learn or change, so sending her to training would terrify her. She is hoping to be fired so she can claim benefits and vegetate at home. Vegetating is where she’s at. Make her work.
      Part of the problem is, she has trained y’all to accommodate her foibles.

      • Jaclyn

        Emily . . you’ve really got her number. So does everyone else in the workplace. Thanks for your clarity.

  2. Anna

    Yes, everyone (except my mom) is ignoring me so I’m just going to drop out of life for awhile and hide under the bed covers :/

  3. Sushi

    Ha ha ! I just booked a flight outta here for Sunday morning !

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