Tarot Readings for You for January 15, 2015 Thursday©

Jan 14, 2015 by

GUIDANCE      We are looking at boundaries for things sane and things not-so-sane, and looking at them from more than one perspective. For one thing, you can be too sane in a crazed world. Craziness is like seasoning in your stew: a little is delicious. For another, we suggest you may as well accept the miasmas of your culture: They are here to stay. And yes, you too can go off the deep end and wake up wondering. There’s such a thing as being neither sober nor drunk, you know? Soo, we decide, it’s a mix, and we shall differentiate that boundary so there’s as little fuss as possible most of the time.

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Seven of Cups – Fool – Justice

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: S.N.A.F.U. (Seven of Cups and Justice)

Tarot Readings: The World Is Crazy, So What? (Seven of Cups and Fool)

Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous

Tarot Readings: Not in My Right Mind (Fool and Justice)

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Tarot Readings: S.N.A.F.U. (Seven of Cups and Justice)

All kinds of things infest an open mind on a normal day.

You’re supposed to just muddle along.

Don’t worry, the messes will straighten themselves out without you.

We assume the damnedest things are normal.

Actually there are all sorts of sensible things in your subconscious.

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Tarot Readings: The World Is Crazy, So What? (Seven of Cups and Fool)

It’s only when things go right that I am shocked.

It’s not up to me to straighten out this mess.

I didn’t know I was the straight one in a messed-up place.

Neither rational nor irrational.

So what if the world is crazy, it’s okay.

Don’t let being sane in an insane world bother you.

You aren’t supposed to be here when I’m drunk and disorderly.

I had no idea the courts could be that out of control.

We assume we are right until all hell breaks loose.

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Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous

Lots of unexplored legal issues.

You weren’t really sober or drunk.

Really, you should turn your subconscious loose.

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Tarot Readings: Not in My Right Mind (Fool and Justice)

Wild and crazy, not in my right mind.

Just blew a perfectly ordinary thing completely out of proportion.

Ignorance of a law wreaks some havoc.

Brain fog is anything but rational.

 

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Seven of Cups – Fool – Justice

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……………….……………………     Fool is neither here nor there, is up in the air, is free and not paying attention, and is all about subconscious ‘out there’ realities. To its left is crazy undifferentiated out-of-controlness, Seven of Cups. To its right is sanity, what should be, the usual and ordinary reality. How intriguing. This spread limits these usually very flexible (many meanings) cards to what they have in common, which is what we just named here. We are pretty much juxtaposing these concepts, arranging them however they might fit together. And those ways are intriguing. Come see!

………………………..     Seven of Cups’ illustration can be Sorcerer’s Apprentice or Pandora’s Box: The spirits got loose and are all over the place, uncontrollable, and the good spirit who counterbalances them is not yet let loose. Seven of Cups is about anything that is messy, out of control, in pieces or scattered about (debris after a storm), shocking or amazing, crazy or insane, chaotic or not understood. It means all sorts of things and it means ‘all sorts of things.’

………………………..      Fool is cramped today, pared of many of his potential meanings by its table-mates. Seven of Cups is releasing Fool’s ‘let loose’ and ‘free’ meanings because they have that in common. Fool means to not be, as in to not be there, not be present, because its deeper meaning is living in ‘the Zone,’ being detached, free of constraints and immune to consequences (God protects fools and drunks). So Fool can purely mean ‘not be’ (or any of its synonyms) anything. Justice is in his way today, and is in the way of Seven of Cups too. Justice is all the constraints of ‘should’ and correct or right (whereas Fool is the assumption and/or is mindless, or not paying attention), and Justice is sane and normal, usual and ordinary: very conscious stuff to Fool’s subconscious stuff and ‘free’ stuff. You don’t find Fool being its usual philosophical unfettered self today. Hardly any of that.

..……………..…………     Justice is, well, Justice. Besides all the obvious meanings (court, lawyer, judge, legal proceedings, legally (whatever), police, etc.) it means should or ought, it means ‘supposed to’ and it means sane, rational, sensible, straight, right, okay, normal and usual. It can mean title and entitled too, but not today. You can see how justice is the fence around the other two cards today.

……….…………      Seven of Cups and Fool     Both these cards have a ‘let loose’ feel to them. Fool is letting loose of one’s own internal restrictions and being in the Zone, letting the subconscious rather than the conscious mind pilot the body ship. Seven of Cups is the spirits being released from their restrictions and let loose all over the place. Both Seven of Cups and Fool are ‘out there’ cards – spirits and the subconscious. Seven of Cups means ‘all kinds of things’ and Fool’s mind is open to all of them, because, well, Fool’s mind is wide open. Seven of Cups and Fool say ‘Don’t worry’ (Fool) about the mess (Seven of Cups). They say ‘We assume all sorts of things,’ because Fool does assume. All sorts of things are in your subconscious too. Then there’s the ‘Crazy, so what?’ with Seven of Cups being crazy and Fool, as usual, not to worry. It’s not up to Fool … nothing is … to do anything about the mess (Seven of Cups’ mess) … let it take care of itself. No idea about (Fool) how messy it could get (Seven of Cups). And don’t let the insane world get to you, honey: Fool doesn’t let it get to him or her, and Seven of Cups is the crazy world. Well, you weren’t really drunk: Seven of Cups is drunk (out of control) and Fool isn’t really … isn’t really anything. Lots of (Seven of Cups) unexplored issues (Fool is on a journey paying no attention to where he is going). x..

……….…………     Seven of Cups and Justice    Seven of Cups and Justice are sanity and insanity cohabiting: sober or drunk. All kinds of things (Seven of Cups) infest (Seven of Cups) a normal day (Justice). You are supposed to (Justice) be in a muddle (Seven of Cups). [It’s Fool that supplies the ‘through’ that makes it say ‘muddle through’ in the sentence.] Well, there are all sorts of (Seven of Cups) sensible things (Justice). Then things go right, I am shocked: Seven of Cups is both the ‘things’ and the ‘shocked’ and Justice is ‘going right.’ See how cards can split a sentence? Justice means ‘okay’ and normal, so it’s okay that the world has gone to hell and is crazy (Seven of Cups). Being sane (Justice) in an insane world (Seven of Cups). The courts (Justice) are out of control, too (Seven of Cups). And we are right (Justice) right up to the time all hell breaks loose (Seven of Cups). In my right mind (Justice), I am wild and crazy (Seven of Cups). Blowing out of proportion (Seven of Cups) something that was perfectly ordinary and normal and okay. A law (Justice) wreaks havoc (Seven of Cups). And there are lots of, or all sorts of (Seven of Cups) legal (Justice) …. Fool and Justice are uncomfortable bedfellows: They need another card in the bed to interpret. ‘Not in my right mind’ is their moniker. Fool is not in. Justice is the right, sober, sane, straight, etc. mind (or anything else). It’s not up to be to straighten it out: It’s not up to Fool … it never is … and Justice says ‘straighten out.’ I didn’t know (Fool) I was the straight one (You could say ‘the straight man’ here if it fit.) You’re supposed to (Justice) just go along with it (Fool). We assume (Fool) we are right (Justice). Don’t let it bother you (Fool) that you are sane and sensible (Justice). x..

……..…………     Fool and Justice    Fool and Justice are uncomfortable bedfellows: They need another card in the bed to interpret. ‘Not in my right mind’ is their moniker. Fool is not in. Justice is the right, sober, sane, straight, etc. mind (or anything else). It’s not up to be to straighten it out: It’s not up to Fool … it never is … and Justice says ‘straighten out.’ I didn’t know (Fool) I was the straight one (You could say ‘the straight man’ here if it fit.) You’re supposed to (Justice) just go along with it (Fool). We assume (Fool) we are right (Justice). Don’t let it bother you (Fool) that you are sane and sensible (Justice). x..

We are taking a look at what passes for normal and ordinary, taking a peek under its straight cover and finding some odd pieces here and there. We get used to things and assume they make sense and are in order, when, well, they are very messy. What we thought made sense turns into gibberish under our magnifying glass. The world is crazy, but so what? – and how’s it feel to be the sane one at the scene of chaos? On the other hand, our concept of ‘the way things are or should be’ has shut us out of some adventures, and we invite ourselves to let our minds skip out of the boundaries of sane constraints … and get a little mental workout.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….…………      Seven of Cups and Fool      All kinds of things _ an open mind. You just muddle along. Don’t worry, the messes will … without you. We assume the damnedest things …. Actually, there are all sorts of __ in your subconscious. THE WORLD IS CRAZY, SO WHAT? It’s only when … that I am shocked. It’s not up to me to _ this mess. I didn’t know __ in a messed-up place. Neither _ nor irrational. So what if the world is crazy. Don’t let being in an insane world bother you. You aren’t here when I drunk and disorderly. I had no idea __ could be that out of control. We assume … until all hell breaks loose. Lots of unexplored issues. You weren’t really drunk. Really you turn your subconscious loose. Wild and crazy, not in …. Just blew … completely out of proportion. Ignorance of __ wreaks some havoc. Brain fog is anything but __. x..

……….…………      Seven of Cups and Justice      S.N.A.F.U. All kinds of things infest … on a normal day. You’re supposed to _ muddle …. The messes straighten themselves out. The damnedest things are normal. Actually, there are all sorts of sensible things …. When things go right, I am shocked. … straighten out this mess.* I was the straight one in a messed-up place. _ rational nor irrational. If the world is crazy, it’s okay. Being sane in an insane world. … supposed to … when I’m drunk and disorderly. … the courts could be that out of control. We are right until all hell breaks loose. Lots of legal …. … sober or drunk. … should … your subconscious loose. Wild and crazy in my right mind. _ blew a perfectly ordinary thing completely out of proportion. … of a law wreaks some havoc. A law wreaks some havoc. Brain fog is rational. x..

……..…………      Fool and Justice      An open mind on a normal day. You’re supposed to just … along. Don’t worry … straighten out without you. We assume … are normal. Sensible things in your subconscious. It’s only when things go right …. It’s not up to me to straighten out _. I didn’t know I was the straight one. Neither rational nor …. So what if … it’s okay. Don’t let being sane … bother you. You aren’t supposed to be here …. I had no idea the courts …. We assume we are right. Unexplored legal __. You weren’t really sober. Really you should _ your subconscious. NOT IN MY RIGHT MIND Not in my right mind. Just … a completely ordinary thing …. Ignorance of a law. Anything but rational.** x..

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Seven of Cups…….. Seven of Cups is all about the story of the bad spirits in the box or the bottle getting loose, and they all escaped, trapping the good spirit that counterbalanced their effect – and then the good spirit is set free. So Seven of Cups is about chaos, miasma, disorder, things scattered and unsorted; and it is about shock and awe at an out-of-control situation. In the cloud in the illustration, the veiled cup is the good spirit, still undercover.

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Fool …………. Fool is skipping out, setting out on a trip without a plan and without provisions, trusting all will be well as he heads for a cliff with his pet. Fool is about living in the Zone, having an ‘out there’ mentality about ‘down here.’ Fool represents the subconscious or superconscious very often. This is a young lighthearted card as we assume (and yes he stands for assuming and being oblivious to facts) his faith is rewarded, and all is well.

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Justice .………… Justice is straight, right, correct, legal, sensible, normal, sane and okay. The rational mind infests Justice. It even often translates ‘should’ and ‘ought’ and ‘supposed to.’ It sometimes means ‘usual’ as Hierophant does as well. Justice embraces legalities of all flavors: besides the obvious judge, lawyer, regulator, law, trial, legal proceedings – and ‘legal’ or ‘legally’ as an adjective to, say ‘married’ – it means fairness, and ‘entitled’ as well as ‘title’ or ‘license.’ Sometimes that sword in Justice’s hand translates ‘enforce’ or ‘enforcement.’ Justice is also ‘deserve’ and getting what is deserved as well.

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  1. Kelly

    Yikes Emily, deep as usual.
    “You may as well accept the miasmas of your culture: they are here to stay”.

    The way I’ve noticed it is a voice in my head (and I’ve asked a few people that I trust)
    “What is wrong with these people?”

    Had the accompanying doubts about my own lack of compassion.

    “So what if the world is crazy, it’s okay” is so darn helpful.
    And my own weaknesses will show up. I am them and they are us.

    • Once you know in your gut that
      it isn’t supposed to make sense,
      things fall into place
      because you aren’t
      moving them where they are supposed to be …
      because there
      isn’t any
      supposed.

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