Tarot Readings for You for February 5, 2014 Wednesday©

Feb 4, 2014 by

Guidance     Adversity can be a shortcut to personal success.  Looking objectively at a painful situation, you assess your part of its cause in order to take charge via taking responsibility.  You decide to exit and do so cleanly.  Suddenly you are calm and things are under control when you break out or break up.  Finding a way to bypass all those difficulties is quite an achievement and so is understanding how to handle hostility without engaging in it.  Today we find parallels in achieving business success by changing course, achieving personal success by getting along with folks, and turning off the road in traffic to avoid some hazards.  It’s about looking ahead, it is!

 

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Eight of Cups
Hermit – Three of Swords – Chariot

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Verbatim: Breaking up/Leaving (Three of Swords and Eight of Cups)

Tarot Verbatim: Vehicle Damage and Hazards (Three of Swords and Chariot)

Tarot Verbatim: Avoids/Quits a Nasty/Hostile (Three of Swords and Eight of Cups)

Tarot Verbatim: Adverse Factors to Success/Achievement (Three of Swords and Chariot)

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Tarot Verbatim: Breaking up/Leaving (Three of Swords and Eight of Cups)

Understanding how breaking up was the detour that put me in charge.

An objective view of a painful situation makes you decide to leave.

The minute I break up, I am calm and things are under control.

Adversity is my shortcut to success, through patience.

As soon as I decide to leave, a friend helps with the heartache.

Decides to be more patient to avoid a breakup.

It doesn’t hurt anymore, you are calm and getting things done.

The old man quits, gets in his truck and disappears.

Tarot Verbatim: Vehicle Damage and Hazards (Three of Swords and Chariot)

Search for a mangled vehicle that is off the road.

Cursory inspection of damage to the vehicle.

Driving at night detouring around a road hazard.

Doctor was leaving just as the heart attack arrived in the ambulance.

Paramedics dropped everything to treat the stroke.

Driving at night in such a storm he decides to get off the road.

To avoid hazards, get off the road at night.

Tarot Verbatim: Avoids/Quits a Nasty/Hostile (Three of Swords and Eight of Cups)

Observe how (he) becomes hostile when (he) doesn’t get his way.

A snarly person suddenly has self-control and is calm.

Choose to avoid an abrasive friend.

A friend sees being nasty got (him) nowhere.

Take all the ill will into account and decide to avoid it.

Choosing to be sane, I leave when they fight.

All of a sudden he is mature and can handle opposition.

Watch how to handle hostility without engaging in it.

Tarot Verbatim: Adverse Factors to Success/Achievement (Three of Swords and Chariot)

My achievement: Finding a way to bypass all those difficulties.

So much is against getting this done that I give up for now, but I am still looking for a way.

Being an overnight success involves patience and pain.

Reject one way and find another way to succeed.

Sees he fell short of achieving his goal because of adverse conditions.

Looking for another way to get it done, this one is a reject.

Can see why they were against this and dropped it from the project.

He came to help you succeed but he suddenly turned against you.

 

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This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.

 

Eight of Cups
Hermit – Three of Swords – Chariot

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

Hermit and Chariot are mature and responsible men or individuals who accomplish a purpose by their own actions; both are out on the road. Hermit emphasizes understanding, observing, looking for, helping and calmness. Chariot emphasizes success, achievement, drive, taking responsibility, getting the project done, having things under control; he is also a vehicle of any kind. Today, in the company of Hermit, a physician, he is an ambulance and the two of them together are paramedics.

Three of Swords and Eight of Cups involve leaving. Three of Swords is animosity in a breakup, is rejecting (anything), is nastiness or hostility both to (anything) and as a personality trait. It can also be a storm or damage or a heart attack/stroke.

Eight of Cups is to detour abruptly from one (anything) to another (anything) – from a direction of any kind, even from an inclination. It also involves timing, as in aborted or premature or disrupted or intercepted anythings. Some of its applications are not expected (which is to be expected, since it means ‘unexpected’). Phrases like ‘when he doesn’t get his way’ and ‘got him nowhere’ are examples of the timing meanings. So is ‘overnight’ when it refers to an overnight success or whatever. Other phrases you would not think of are ‘another way,’ ‘fell short of,’ and ‘dropped it.’

Hermit, Chariot and Eight of Cups are all on the road. Hermit is looking where he is going and knows; Chariot arrives successfully; Eight of Cups makes an unscheduled turn.

So we have an echo of the thought of it being wise to leave. That is our main message in today’s sentences.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

 

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

 

Hermit and Three of Swords Understanding how breaking up was …. An objective view of a painful situation. … break up, I am calm …. Adversity is my … through patience. *A friend helps with the heartache. … more patient … a breakup. … hurt … you are calm and …. The old man quits. Search for a mangled …. Inspection of damage. … at night … a road hazard. Doctor … the heart attack. *Paramedics treat the stroke. Driving at night in such a storm, …. … hazards … at night. Observe how he becomes hostile. A snarly person … is calm. An abrasive friend. A friend sees being nasty …. *Take all the ill will into account. Choosing to be sane … when they fight. … mature … opposition. Watch … hostility. Findiing a way … difficulties. So much is against __, but I am looking for a way. … involves patience and pain. Reject __ and find a way. Sees … adverse conditions …. Looking for … is a reject. Came to help and turned against. x

 

Hermit and Chariot Understanding __ that put me in charge. An objective view makes you decide to …. *I am calm and things are under control. *Calm control. … success through patience. … I decide to …, a friend helps with …. *Decides to be more patient. *You are calm and getting things done. *The old man gets in his truck. *Search for a vehicle. *Inspection of vehicle. *Driving at night. Doctor … in the ambulance. Paramedics. *Drivng at night. … the road at night. Observe when he __ get his way. Has self-control and is calm. *Choose a friend. A friend sees … got him __where. Take __ into account and decide to __. *Choosing to be sane. Mature and can handle __. Watch how to handle …. My achievement: Finding a way …. … getting this done … I am looking for a way. Being a success involves patience. *Find a way to succeed. Sees … his goal …. *Looking for a way to get it done. Came to help you succeed. x

 

Hermit and Eight of Cups Understanding that was the detour that …. An objective view makes you leave. The minute I __, I am calm. Shortcut to __ through patience. … leave, a friend helps …. *Decides to avoid. … anymore; you are calm and …. *The old man disappears. Search for a __ that is off the road. *Cursory inspection. … at night, detouring around a road …. Doctor was leaving just as …. Paramedics drop everything to …. … at night … get off the road. To avoid __ at night. Observe when he doesn’t get his way. … suddenly is calm. *… to avoid a friend. A friend sees __ got him nowhere. Take __ into account and avoid it. To be sane, I leave when …. All of a sudden, he is mature. Watch … without engaging in it. *Finding a way to bypass …. I give up for now, but I am still looking for a way. Being an overnight __ involves patience. *Find another way. Sees he fell short of …. * Looking for another way to …. Can see why they dropped it. Came to help and he suddenly …. x

 

Three of Swords and Chariot The breakup that put me in charge. *Decide to leave. Break up and things are under control. Adversity … to success. Decide … with the heartache. Decides to … a breakup. … hurt … getting things done. … quits, gets in his truck, and …. VEHICLE DAMAGE AND HAZARDS *Mangled vehicle. *Damage to a vehicle. Driving … a hazard. Hazardous drive. .. heart attack … in the ambulance. … to treat the stroke. … such a storm he decides …. … hostile … get his way. A snarly person has self control. Choose to … an abrasive __. Being nasty got him __where. … ill will … decide to …. Choosing to … fight. Can handle opposition. *Handle hostility. FACTORS ADVERSE TO SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT My achievement … all those difficulties. *So much is against getting this done. Success involves pain. Reject … to succeed. … his goal because of adverse conditions. … to get it done … is a reject. … against this … from the project. … you succeed … turned against you. x

 

Three of Swords and Eight of Cups BREAKING UP AND LEAVING Understanding how breaking up was the detour that …. *Leave a painful situation. Painful situation … to leave. *The minute I break up. *Adversity is my shortcut. … to leave … with the heartache. *Avoid a breakup. *It doesn’t hurt anymore. … quits, and disappears. A mangled __ that is off the road. Cursory __ of damage. Detouring around a hazard. Leaving just as the heart attack. … drop everything to … the stroke. … such a storm … get off the road. … hazards … get off …. QUITS A HOSTILE/AVOIDS A NASTY … hostile … doesn’t get his way. A snarly person suddenly is …. Avoid an abrasive __. Being nasty got him nowhere. Ill will … avoid it. Leave when they fight. All of a sudden … opposition. … hostility without engaging in it. Bypass all those difficulties. So much is against __ that I give up for now. Being an overnight __ involves pain. Reject … another way to …. Fell short because of adverse conditions. … another way … this is a reject. … against this and dropped it. *Suddenly turned against (you). x

 

Chariot and Eight of Cups The detour that put me in charge. *Decide to leave. The minute I …, things are under control. *Shortcut to success. *Decide to leave. Decides to avoid. … anymore; you are getting things done. Gets in his truck and disappears. *Vehicle that is off the road. Cursory __ to a vehicle. Driving … detouring. Leaving just as … in the ambulance. … drop everything to treat …. Driving … get off the road. Decides to get off the road. *Get off the road. *Doesn’t get his way. … suddenly has self-control. *Choose to avoid. *Got him nowhere. *Decide to avoid it. *Choosing to leave. All of a sudden, he can handle. How to handle __ without engaging in it. My achievement: to bypass …. … getting this done, that I give up for now …. *Overnight success. xAnother way to succeed. *Fell short of achieving his goal. *Another way to get it done. *Dropped it from the project. … you succeed, and suddenly …. x

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Hermit Mature enough to be offering practical help to travelers in distress, confident enough to be on the road at night, Hermit emphasizes understanding, observing, looking for, knowing, patience and calmness. He is a healer or doctor, a friend, and a friend who helps. He is also an old man (or sometimes older man). We aren’t using his other meanings today.

 

Three of Swords Separations, divorce, breaking up, animosity and hostility, being against, opposing, being nasty or snarly or very edgy – any kind of rejection, including rejecting one choice for another. Three of swords also refers to heart trouble, surgery, storm and heartache. One of those Rider Waite Tarot cards whose meanings you can guess: A heart with knives piercing it, and gray clouds and rain behind it.

 

Chariot You can guess its vehicle meanings. This brings up ‘drive’ which suggests ambition. That is further extended to success and accomplishment: This is the decision-maker whose project succeeds. Not obvious is that Chariot succeeds deliberately through strategy. This is an esoteric Rider Waite Tarot citizen: The reversed colors on the sphinxes indicate their different natures, and Chariot (with his magic wand) is getting them going in the same direction, the direction he wills them to.

 

Eight of Cups takes a quick right turn here because the terrain forces him to. He too is on the road, but he gets off of it at least for now and heads in a different direction. The end of one thing begins another or vice versa. Continues on despite a disruption. It’s just another phase, but I’m out of here.

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  1. win

    oh my… headlights on to navagate these hazards. Happy 2014!!!!!!!!

    • Welcome back. I miss your poesy, those catchy comments! Yes, this one says to be careful driving, and I really didn’t like the paramedics either.

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