Tarot Readings for You for May 28, 2014 Wednesday(c)

May 27, 2014 by

Guidance       Subconscious processes move the surface of our body of water seamlessly like a riptide.  One minute something is top priority and the next minute it’s forgotten.  We don’t even notice the drastic change.  Individuals and couples, nations and generations, experience radical abrupt change in their way of looking at things, for no reason at all.  Sometimes it is a breath of fresh air, and sometimes it’s dank.  It’s like the vagaries of fashion.  All of a sudden, I don’t know a thing, and I was so sure just the other day.  We contrast a deep interest or obsession with being completely free of whatever-it-is, as if the parking brake were disengaged.  Distractions, destructive events, confrontational scenes, or just getting turned off and arbitrarily rejecting something or someone: These unforeseen turning points may go unnoticed at the time.  The closed mind clashes with the open mind … invisibly.  We wake up in a different room than we fell asleep in.  It’s called life.

 

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Knight of Pentacles – Fool – Tower

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Subconscious Breakthroughs (Fool and Tower)

Tarot Readings: Free and Clear Mind (Knight of Pentacles and Fool)

Tarot Readings: Focus is on Destruction, Confrontation (Knight of Pentacles and Tower)

Tarot Readings: Disregarding the Obsessive Dude (Knight of Pentacles and Fool)

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Tarot Readings: Subconscious Breakthroughs (Fool and Tower)

A breakthrough: The subconscious gets my undivided attention.

I have utter faith in nothing at all, an iconoclast.

Some emergencies are not a priority.

A thought strikes from nowhere and sticks in my head.

I have deep faith in some unknown cause of drastic changes.

Subconscious motivations can wreck you.

I was not there when he suddenly ‘got it.’

The inspiration struck and stuck in my head.

Don’t worry when your big thing goes boom.

All of a sudden I don’t know a thing … and I was so sure.

My perspective radically changes, for no reason at all.

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Tarot Readings: Free and Clear Mind (Knight of Pentacles and Fool)

Suddenly I am free of my obsessive interest.

To get something off my mind, I focus on it short-circuiting.

Focus on one thing: breaking yourself free.

I’m shedding priorities to clear my mind.

Intuition displaces an obsession.

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Tarot Readings: Focus is on Destruction, Confrontation (Knight of Pentacles and Tower)

Obsessions destroy intuition; intuition is antagonistic to obsessions.

A closed mind clashes with an open mind.

Forgetting breaks my concentration.

Disruptions make me forget what I was concentrating upon.

It’s important to disregard a confrontational scene.

Concentrate on your goal, and never mind when things blow up.

I don’t care about what you’re hellbent on destroying.

Nothing is important anymore when your house is gone.

I didn’t know how important he was to me until he was killed.

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Tarot Readings: Disregarding the Obsessive Dude (Knight of Pentacles and Fool)

Ignore this bad-boy’s temper-fits.

A strong man isn’t the one breaking things.

The whole thing is so important to him, he doesn’t get it when we reject it.

I’m so flirty, I immediately get the undivided attention of guys.

If he doesn’t have a vested interest, he is oblivious to it.

He’s got his eye on a young filly who disregards him.

 

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Knight of Pentacles – Fool – Tower

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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.……..…………..In Knight of Pentacles we have the priority, the obsessive interest, the focus, the mind closed to all but ‘that one thing,’ the ambition, and the very physical one-thing-on-his-mind type of fellow. Knight of Pentacles is street wise – is even the punk.

………………….In Fool we have no interest at all, being free of all physical considerations, not caring a whit, not paying attention, not being present … to heck with it all. Fool is naïve, or seemingly naïve, the opposite of street wise.

.……..……………………. Knight of Pentacles and Fool Fool and Knight of Pentacles are two totally opposite approaches: the closed mind and the open mind.

………………..So it should be no surprise that the other card in our Tarot spread is Tower.  Why? Because Knight of Pentacles is ‘one thing on the mind,’ and Fool is ‘a totally clear mind’ or nothing on the mind – a totally open consciousness contrasted to a totally closed one in Knight of Pentacles.  They are diametrically opposed to one another … are total opposites.  And Tower means total rejection.  These two do reject one another’s approaches.

Our message is the contrast between the subconscious mind and the conscious mind. They are not really at war; one just precludes the other fairly often

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Knight of Pentacles .………….. He stares at this one thing he possesses. He and his horse are dark, sturdy, intense types. In Knight of Pentacles we have the priority, the obsessive interest, the focus, the mind closed to all but ‘that one thing,’ the ambition, and the very physical one-thing-on-his-mind type of fellow. Knight of Pentacles is street wise – is even the punk.

 

Fool …………. Fool is the nascent point of origin, the subtlest spiritual realm, the faith that actually does move mountains. Fool is unconscious awareness, hence all those ‘I don’t know’ meanings – oblivious, thinking of nothing in particular, not paying attention, doesn’t get it, being unaware of, without a thought, assume, has no idea, suspend your thinking, ignoring, etc. Fool isn’t the one and is not present (because his presence is in the nonphysical arena). So Fool is ‘for no reason’ and ‘out of nowhere.’ He is also free … free of everything; an optimist, subconscious. Fool translates ‘nothing’ and ‘unknown’ and ‘assumption’ as well as ‘faith.’

 

Tower …………. In human history, the Tower of Babel appears in many cultures; it is greater than just the Bible recount. This illustration, of course, is about the Tower of Babel. A vital meaning therefore is ‘the destruction of evil.’ We are not using that today because today our focus is on the difference between conscious and subconscious processes. Tower, today, represents ‘the difference,’ represents one side rejecting the other side. That is what life often seems to be about, yes?

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  1. Kelly

    Finding some fodder here.
    “Don’t worry when your big thing goes boom”.
    “I have utter faith in nothing at all, an iconoclast”. (the gentler version of that word, and I had to look it up, love your vocabulary Emily).

    “It’s important to disregard a confrontational scene”. Gonna do that!
    Thanks again… I love reading this every day.

    • Appreciate your feedback. I thought of a synonym for ‘iconoclast,’ but could find none. It’s a good word. A sculptor once made a statue to a man who was famous for destroying statues.
      Disregarding a controversial scene is sometimes even better than avoiding it.

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