Tarot Readings for You for September 29, 2014 Monday©

Sep 28, 2014 by

GUIDANCE     It’s one thing to be motivated, and move heaven and earth to get what you really want, and quite another to feel entitled to it because you want it and be therefore demanding.  Sometimes this distinction is not honored and/or not recognized.  Sometimes frantically wanting something makes you feel justified, but you’re being an ignoramus.  You can’t force demand for what you are selling; you have to advertise when it’s not selling: There’s that distinction again! Sometimes what we really really want is the absence of something … like ‘I really want you to shut up’ or ‘I want to clear my mind but that’s difficult.’  We mention having too much desire – greed – and also not having any desire for a particular thing, which is, hey, excusable, yes?

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Fool – Seven of Wands – Nine of Cups

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: All I Want Is (Fool and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: No Desire (Fool and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: No Demand for the Product (Fool and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: He Just Wants to Raise Hell (Fool and Seven of Wands)

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Tarot Readings: All I Want Is (Fool and Nine of Cups)

What a challenge clearing your mind is, but I really want to do it.

I would rather just be free than to be rich with someone who is contentious.

I don’t know what I want, but I want it bad enough to fight for it.

Freedom from coercion is all I ever wanted.

I just know I am going to get what I want no matter what is in the way.

Let me outta here – that’s all the heck I want.

I want to be free from pressure.

I want to not be there when you raise hell.

Nobody wants to be pushed around.

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Tarot Readings: No Desire (Fool and Nine of Cups)

I just don’t let myself be greedy or selfish.

I have no desire to defend my positions.

It’s so hard to get free of desires.

I don’t want anything so bad I would be rude for it.

You insist, but I don’t want to.

I don’t want it any more, after all that uphill battle.

Under pressure, I didn’t want it anymore.

I like it like that, so I’ve got no protest.

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Tarot Readings: No Demand for the Product (Fool and Nine of Cups)

Satisfying demand is the easy part.

Advertise, where there’s no demand.

Nobody wants what you’re selling.

No matter how hard I try, they aren’t satisfied.

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Tarot Readings: He Just Wants to Raise Hell (Fool and Seven of Wands)

Nothing pleases him, he raises as fuss.

I don’t know why he wants to fight.

He really wants to be confrontational; I have no idea why.

Ignoring demanding greedy people.

The squeaky wheel isn’t getting the oil.

Let’s avoid getting him on the defensive.

You can holler all you want; I’m not paying attention.

I guess he wants to push me out of here.

He gets in your face, he wants you to pay attention to him so bad.

No idea how rude and obnoxious we are when we want something.

Pay no attention to instant-gratification tantrums.

When he hollers, we just let him have what he wants.

As soon as you don’t want him, he beats your door down.

He assumes he can make you want him.

We are not interested in you on the soapbox – in your rant.

Another kid who’s entitled to be rich is venting.

We want you to quitcherbitchin’.

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Fool – Seven of Wands – Nine of Cups

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……………….……………………   What a spectrum on *wanting something* we have here! Nine of Cups is wanting something and/or getting what you want. Seven of Wands is a big push or effort, or being confrontational, or not wanting something strongly enough to have a ‘get that out of my face’ attitude toward it. (Seven of Wands is like that.) And Fool? Well, Fool isn’t interested and means ‘nothing,’ to make ‘wants nothing’ or ‘doesn’t want any part of that.’

………………………..    Fool is being free, and is the lack of something. It often translates ‘nothing’ and ‘not interested.’ One thing to watch for is if you put ‘just’ (in its sense of being negligible) before a word, Fool can often mean that phrase.

………..…………..     Fool and Nine of Cups   Set here with the ‘wanting’ of Nine of Cups, its ‘don’t want’ spectrum is emphasized. Fool and Nine of Cups is wanting no part of this, and also says ‘I have no desire’ or ‘there’s no demand for that.’ It also is an attitude of ‘Who cares what you want?’

………………………..       Seven of Wands  There he is again, that pushy guy, the one who insists, the high-pressure salesman on his rant or on his soapbox for or against some damn thing. Seven of Wands also means the ‘mad as hell and won’t take it anymore’ spectrum, but not today. But Seven of Wands is also being motivated to do or get something against all odds and no matter what. You can think of the mood that applies to all his meanings and get where Seven of Wands’ energy is coming from. It is worth the effort, see?

…………..…………..   Nine of Cups  likes it just the way it is; is content; has had enough; is satisfied; is pleased and/or wants to please. Nine of Cups is also appetite, even greed – wanting something (and getting it, generally). It can be gratitude, and can be that ‘I’ve got mine’ attitude you see among the self-righteous and the overly newly rich.

……….…………..      Fool and Seven of Wands  Fool and Seven of Wands Here’s ignoring the person who’s insisting, ranting, selling something – being some kind of nuisance. It’s also being ignored when you are demanding, of course, because action in these illustrations goes any of the ways it depicts. You can also see, in this double meaning, that people are oblivious to how rude or obnoxious they are when they want something. It says ‘It’s so hard to get free’ too. I like that. Incidentally, both these cards involve youth: Fool actually means ‘young’ and Seven of Wands can be a demanding brat, especially a teenager.

……..……………   Seven of Wands and Nine of Cups   Seven of Wands and Nine of Cups ‘I want it and I want it now: Gimme!’ says Seven of Wands and Nine of Cups. This is the squeaky wheel wanting the oil. This would describe a lot of demand for the product, too. And it refers to satisfying the demand as well. It even says ‘make you want it’ or ‘make you want him.’ Both of these cards are about wanting: Seven of Wands demands what it wants, and Nine of Cups is mighty glad he’s got it.

An in-depth perusal of the subject of ‘wanting,’ this is. We describe the pressure a person exerts when he or she feels entitled to, and demands. It also describes not wanting to be pressured in that way. Wanting too much and not wanting at all are both covered by the same Tarot spread here. We even go into being satisfied with things as they are, being greedy, just wanting out, ‘wanting to not be there when you are confrontational,’ and wanting more than anything to clear my mind.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

……….…………..    Fool and Seven of Wands    What a challenge clearing your mind is! I would just be free rather than be with someone who is contentious. I don’t know … to fight for it. Freedom from coercion. I just know … no matter what is in the way. Free from pressure. Not there when you raise hell. Nobody … to be pushed around. I just don’t let myself …. I have no _ to defend my positions. It’s so hard to get free. I don’t … be rude for it. You insist, but I don’t …. I don’t … after all that uphill battle. Under pressure, I don’t _ anymore. _ demand is the easy part. Advertise where there’s no __. Nobody _ what you’re selling. No matter how hard I try, they aren’t __. He Just Wants to Raise Hell Nothing … he raises a fuss. I don’t know why he fights. … to be confrontational; I have no idea why. Ignoring demanding people. The squeaky wheel isn’t …. Let’s avoid _ him on the defensive. Let’s avoid being defensive. You can holler; I’m not paying attention. I guess he _ to push me out of here. He gets in your face … to pay attention to him. Pay no attention to _ tantrums. When he hollers, we just let him. As soon as you don’t …, he beats your door down. He assumes he can make you __. Another kid who’s entitled to _ is venting. Quitcherbitchin’. x..

………..…………..         Fool and Nine of Cups   All I Want   I really want to clear my mind. To be free rather than to be rich. I don’t know what I want. Freedom is all I ever wanted. Freedom from _ is all I ever wanted. I just know I am going to get what I want. I want to be free. I want to be free from __. I want to be not there. Nobody wants …. No Desire I just don’t let myself. I have no desire to __. To get free of desires. I don’t want anything so bad that I would …. But I don’t want to. I don’t want it anymore.   No Demand for the Product    Satisfying _ is the easy part. Where there’s no demand. Nobody wants. They aren’t satisfied. Nothing pleases him. I don’t know why he wants to _. He really wants to be __; I have no idea why. Ignoring greedy people. __ isn’t getting the oil. Let’s avoid getting him …. You can _ all you want; I’m not paying attention. I guess he wants to …. He wants you to pay attention to him so bad. Pay no attention to instant-gratification __. We just let him have what he wants. As soon as you don’t want him …. He assumes you want him. We want you to quit your __. x..

……..……………    Seven of Wands and Nine of Cups   What a challenge __ is, but I really want to do it. I would rather … be rich with someone who is contentious. I want it bad enough to fight for it. … coercion is all I ever wanted. I am going to get what I want no matter what is in the way. I want to … from pressure. I want to … when you raise hell. … wants to be pushed around. I don’t let myself be greedy or selfish. Desire to defend my positions. It’s so hard to … desires. Want _ so bad I would be rude for it. You insist, but I want to. __ want it, after all that uphill battle. Under pressure, I want it. Satisfying demand. Advertise when there’s __ demand. Wants what you’re selling. No matter how hard I try, they are satisfied. __ pleases him; he raises a fuss. He wants to fight. He really wants to be confrontational. Ignoring demanding people. The squeaky wheel is getting the oil. Let’s get him on the defensive. You can holler all you want. He wants to push me out of here. He gets in your face, he wants you to __ so bad. Instant-gratification tantrums. When he hollers, … have what he wants. … want him, he beats your door down. He can make you want him. … kid who’s entitled to be rich is venting. We want you to … bitchin’.  x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Fool………       has an encyclopedia of meanings. Most of them grow directly or indirectly from its value as the zero, the placeholder that has no value of its own. Fool means ‘nothing’ and ‘not present’ and ‘nobody’ and ‘free of,’ for instance. It means ‘I don’t know’ often, but Fool is newborn consciousness, is the sub- or super- conscious, and is oblivious. Fool is the naïveté of youth and the faith of a saint. The underlying idea is that when a person is attuned to his spiritual life, the physical realities pale. In the real world, this Tarot card means: to assume, to be lighthearted and optimistic, to not care, to start afresh, to not notice or ignore, and ‘it doesn’t matter.

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Seven of Wands ………….    You could say Seven of Wands is ‘my rights are being violated’ as far as the mood of it goes. This is both someone who is defending what is his from being taken, and also someone who is pushing people around to get something he wants. That’s just both sides of the illustration, you see? Seven of Wands can be a mouthy mooch or a person coming to the defense of a worthy cause.

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Nine of Cups ……….     is one of the simple cards. We call it ‘your wish is granted’ because it usually means ‘get what you want.’ It often just means ‘want’ or ‘desire’ or ‘to please.’ ‘Satisfaction’ is a very frequent word for Nine of Cups. It can mean both being content and being greedy. It can be ‘I ate the whole thing.’ It can mean excess. As you can see, all of these involve wanting something.

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