Tarot Readings for You for March 4, 2014 Tuesday©

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Guidance       I am not anything anymore, so I have nothing much to be against.     It’s one thing to be for-or-against something and another to identify with being for-or-against it.     And that’s our story for the day: identifying or not identifying myself with some particular flavor.     That’s it. When you get into being against one party or the other, I tune out.     I tried so hard in this union thing, and one day I dropped out.     I don’t even acknowledge the effort I put into avoiding marriage.     It’s a combative corporate culture; I didn’t have to decide to leave it.    The company abandons people who make that big effort for it as if they never existed.     After a struggle to disenfranchise myself from this and that, I am free of membership itself.

 

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Fool

Eight of Cups – Five of Wands – Four of Wands

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Duck out of the Family (Eight of Cups and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Free of Being Married (Four of Wands and Fool)

Tarot Readings: No longer with the Company (Eight of Cups and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Leaving it All Behind (Eight of Cups and Fool)

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Tarot Readings: Duck out of the Family (Eight of Cups and Four of Wands)

Be free: Quit trying to be accepted as one of them.

Drop out of family fights: Don’t even keep track.

A violent family life to abandon and begin anew.

When people get into being against one or the other member, count me out.
It’s no effort on my part to forget my roots.

Not having family means not having anyone to fight with.

I don’t acknowledge the effort I put into not getting home on time.

The struggle to be free of the clan is a done deal.

I forget how hard it was to get me out of the church.

Tarot Readings: Free of Being Married (Four of Wands and Fool)

Big effort to get out of a marriage and be a free person.

Did not go through with marrying – too much effort for me.

Does not want to be part of a combative home life – left.

I tried so hard in this union, and one day I walked out and forgot about it.

The struggle to be free of the spouse is over.

Getting the marriage out of my head was no struggle for me.

I’m not the type to be a couple; I just don’t try.

I try so hard to ignore that I am not the marrying kind.

I don’t acknowledge the effort I put into avoiding marriage.

I’m not going to be there for a partner; when it’s difficult I just leave.

It isn’t a marriage anymore when there’s violence.

Leave a violent spouse without thinking.

Violent episode just before the wedding means no wedding.

Tarot Readings: No longer with the Company (Eight of Cups and Four of Wands)

No longer active in that organization, I got over it.

No longer actively involved with the company anymore.

It’s a combative corporate culture; I don’t have to think about quitting.

The Company abandons the people who made that big effort as if they never existed.

Tarot Readings: Leaving it All Behind (Eight of Cups and Fool)

I am not one of anything anymore, so I have nothing to be against.

It is a huge effort to be free and avoid membership.
The struggle to be free of ‘being one of them’ is over.

I avoid going there: What an effort getting that out of my head!
The struggle to be free of the citizenship is over.

After a struggle to disenfranchise myself, I am free of membership itself.

Just quit trying to be a good (whatever) and forget about it.

I’m simply not cut out to be a (whatever); there’s no use trying.

I quit being against Them and don’t even think about it anymore.

 

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Fool

Eight of Cups – Five of Wands – Four of Wands

 

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      Eight of Cups and Fool      This is new territory. Right off, two of the four are about abandoning, being free, leaving, having no ties – in different ways. Eight of Cups abandons course, is out of there, is disenfranchised, is taking a detour or dropping out, changing course abruptly, possibly not voluntarily but because of circumstances. Fool was born free, isn’t identified with or entangled or a member, isn’t even thinking that way. Fool is the exception, is fearless and not involved, has no past and no future, has a clear mind and doesn’t care … doesn’t care who you are and what you are doing and what you are up to. In fact, Fool isn’t even present … doesn’t exist, there’s no such thing … isn’t any of that, isn’t there. You could say it represents reality before the big bang. That is why it also means the inception, the beginning, to start anew.

They make quite the pair when you apply them!

 

      Five of Wands and Four of Wands   So what does this apply to? Five of Wands is a struggle, an effort, is being for or against in a fight, competition, or struggle. Four of Wands is anything or any group or category that has members or parts: couple, marriage, family, organization, company, neighborhood, any size political entity from village to world, any thought-community (as in all those distinctions scholars make) or religion or party. Four of Wands, you could say, is membership itself.

     Now, Four of Wands is the closest we come in this spread to meaning something or standing for some idea. So Four of Wands is the focus of the other cards’ energies. Hence, each of our categories revolves around what membership-group is being left, forgotten, struggled or fought for or against … et cetera. And that’s our story for the day: identifying or not identifying oneself or himself or herself or myself or themselves with some particular thing. That’s it.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

 

      Eight of Cups and Five of Wands      Quit trying. Drop out of __ fights. A violent life to abandon. … people … against … count me out. **It’s no effort on my part …. Not having anyone to fight with. The effort I put into not __ on time. The struggle … is a done deal. How hard it was to get me out of …. … big effort to get out …. Did not go through with … too much effort __. a combative __ – left. *I tried so hard … and one day I walked out …. … was no struggle for me. I just don’t try. I try so hard … that I am not …. … *the effort I put into avoiding …. *When it’s difficult, I just leave. It isn’t a __ anymore when there’s violence. *Leave a violent …. Violent episode just before …. … active … I got over …. No longer actively involved. It is a combative … quitting. … abandons the people who made that big effort. … anymore … to be against. It is a huge effort to _ and avoid _. *The struggle is over. I avoid going __: What an effort …. The struggle … is over. After a struggle to disenfranchise myself …. Just quit trying to …. There’s no use trying. I quit being against …. x

 

      Eight of Cups and Four of Wands      DOCK OUT OF THE FAMILY   Quit __ to be accepted as one of them. Drop out of family …. … family life to abandon. When people get into … one or the other member, count me out. It’s no __ on my part to __ my roots. Not having family. Not getting home on time. … of the clan is a done deal. To get me out of the church. … to get out of a marriage …. Did not go through with marrying. … home life – left. … in this union, and one day I walked out … … of the spouse is over. The marriage was no __ for me. … to be a couple; I just don’t try. **Not the marrying kind. Avoiding marriage. … for a partner … I just leave. It isn’t a marriage anymore. *Leave a spouse. … no wedding. NO LONGER WITH THE COMPANY No longer in that organization. No longer with the Company anymore. It is a __ corporate culture … quitting. The Company abandons …. I am not one of _ anymore. Avoid membership. Being ‘one of them’ is over. I avoid going there. … the citizenship is over. After a … disenfranchise myself … membership itself. Just quit __ to be a good (whatever) …. … to be a (whatever); there’s no use …. I quit … them.x

 

      Eight of Cups and Fool       Be free: Quit …. Drop out: Don’t even keep track. To abandon and begin anew. When people get into … count me out. It’s no __ on my part to forget __. Not having __ means not having anyone to ____. I don’t acknowledge …not getting __ on time. To be free is a done deal. I forget … to get me out of …. Get out of a … and be a free person. Did not go through with – too much __ for me. Does not want to be part of … – left. *… walked out and forgot about it. … to be free … is over. Getting the __ out of my head …. I’m not the type; I just don’t try. … to ignore that I am not the __ kind. I don’t acknowledge the … into avoiding …. I’m not going to be there … I just leave. It isn’t a __ anymore. **Leave without thinking. … just before __ means there’s no __. No longer … I got over it. *No longer __ anymore. I don’t have to think about quitting. *Abandons __ as if they never existed. LEAVING IT ALL BEHIND I’m not __ anymore, so I have nothing …. … to be free and avoid … … to be free … is over. I avoid … getting that out of my head. … to be free … is over. After __ to disenfranchise myself, I am free … **Just quit __ and forget about it. I’m simply not cut out to … there’s no use …. I quit and don’t even think about it anymore. x

 

      Five of Wands and Four of Wands       Trying to be accepted as one of them. Family fights. A violent family life. Being against one or the other member …. … effort on my part … my roots. … family … anyone to fight with. The effort I put into … home …. The struggle … of the clan. How hard it was … the church. Big effort to … a marriage. … with marrying – too much effort _. *A combative home life. **I tried so hard in this union. The struggle … of the spouse …. … the marriage … was a struggle …. … to be a couple; I __ try. I try so hard … the marrying kind. The effort I put into __ marriage. … for a partner … when it’s difficult …. … a marriage … when there’s violence. Violent spouse. Violent episode … the wedding …. … active in that organization. Actively involved with the Company. *Combative corporate culture. The Company … the people who made that big effort …. I am _ one of … so I have _ to be against. It is a huge effort … membership. The struggle to be ‘one of them’ … … going there: What an effort …! The struggle … of the citizenship … … a struggle to … membership itself. … trying to be a good (whatever) …. … to be a (whatever) … trying. Against Them. x

 

      Five of Wands and Fool      Be free … trying …. Fights: Don’t even keep track. A violent … to begin anew. Being against … count me out. **It’s no effort on my part …. Not having anyone to fight with. **I don’t acknowledge the effort. *The struggle to be free. *I forget how hard it was. *Big effort to be a free person. **Too much of an effort for me. Does not want to be … combative …. I tried so hard … and forgot about it. **The struggle to be free. … … getting __ out of my head was _ struggle for me. I just don’t try. **I try so hard to ignore …. I don’t acknowledge the effort. I’m not going to be there … when it’s difficult …. It isn’t __ anymore when there’s violence. … a violent … without thinking. Violent episode __ there’s no …. … active … I got over it. No longer actively involved …. It is a combative __; I don’t have to think about __. … the people who made that big effort as if they never existed. … *so I have nothing to be against. **It is a huge effort to be free. *The struggle to be free …. **What an effort getting that out of my head. … a struggle … I am free …. … trying to … and forget about it. … I’m simply not cut out to be … trying. … against _ and don’t even think about it anymore. x

 

      Four of Wands and Fool      Be free … to be accepted as one of them. Family: Don’t even keep track. Family life … to begin anew. When people get into one or the other member, count me out. **Forget my roots. Not having family. I don’t acknowledge … home __. *Free of the clan. I forget the church. FREE OF BEING MARRIED … a marriage and be a free person. … with marrying – too much _ for me. Does not want to be part of a _ home life. … in this union, and forgot about it. **Free of the spouse. … marriage out of my head. I’m not the type to be a couple. … to ignore … the marrying kind. I don’t acknowledge … marriage. Not going to be there for a partner. It isn’t a marriage. … a _ spouse without thinking. There’s no wedding. No longer in that organization. No longer with the Company. It is a __ corporate culture; I don’t have to think about …. The Company … as if they never existed. **I am not one of anything. … to be free … membership. … be free of ‘being one of them.’ … there: … getting that out of my head. Be free of the citizenship. Free of membership itself. … be a good (whatever) and forget about it. I’m simply not cut out to be a (whatever). … Them and don’t even think about it anymore.  x

 

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Eight of Cups      You can’t get there from here, so you turn off and go another way. The terrain doesn’t allow your intention. Those mountains are in the way, so let’s detour around them. Give up, drop out, it’s over with before it begins. I’m not there anymore, not a (whatever) anymore. An abrupt change occurs, no notice, and you find yourself doing something else. In a month, things will be different without notice.

 

Five of Wands      Why are those guys whacking those logs together – a big effort? They are struggling or competing or fighting, are very much involved in whatever the sport or war or game is. A lot of effort and energy expended … maybe aerobic exercise? From an observer’s perspective, the activity seems pointless, but not if you’re involved in it. Could this be about the activity of life itself?

 

Four of Wands      Belonging. We do a lot of that. It’s our family, our spouse, our religion, our work, our affiliations for and against causes that we identify with. Because it’s one thing to be for-or-against something and another to identify with being for-or-against it.

 

Fool      was born free, isn’t identified with or entangled or a member, isn’t even thinking that way. Fool is ‘doin’ my own thing.’ Fool is the exception, is fearless and not involved, has no past and no future, has a clear mind and doesn’t care … doesn’t care who you are and what you are doing and what you are up to. In fact, Fool isn’t even present … doesn’t exist, there’s no such thing … isn’t any of that, isn’t there. You could say it represents reality before the big bang. That is why it also means the inception, the beginning, to start anew, incipient. Its placement or number in the deck in Rider Waite is Zero. The cipher whose movements make the numbers nervous. It’s illustration shows a person blithely about to skip off a cliff with his dog beside him on a fine sunny day, carrying a flower and no provisions for the pilgrimage. Nothing bad can happen to him; he is in the zone.

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6 Comments

  1. Lori

    Very freeing, you are where you allowed yourself to be led, and if you want to leave then leave…the only boundaries are the ones we self impose.

    • When someone else tells you the rules, they operate from their own interest, not yours. You find mutual ground, or you are off course.

      I do love this day’s material.

  2. Anna

    The first paragraph of the guidence is correct, I done gone lost myself

    • Hmmm. Re-reading it that way, I can see that perspective.

      To me, it’s about being free of the bins, the labels, the stereotypes and the ‘Us vs Them’ tyranny.
      Spiritual maturity begins when you realize you are not what you believe, not what you belong to, not what you were born into. You are the result of your choices, and you are where you steered yourself … or allowed yourself to be steered.
      The message is a Declaration of Independence.

      Emily

      • win

        Read the spread the day after, right on target, hind sight 20/20. Declaration of Independence!!!!!! Join the Heart and Mind to navagate this (sometime.. not so) great life. not seen the computer guy yet…

  3. Anon

    I am still in love, but had to stop associating with him because of his narcissm and indifference – he wanted to keep me as a very casual friend with benefits, only 🙁

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