Tarot Readings for You for July 14, 2016 Thursday©

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GUIDANCE         ‘Pick your battles’ and ‘something worth fighting for’ are cliches. So sometimes we stand up for what’s right; sometimes we take charge of that disorderly person who’s underfoot where we work. See, you are entitled to pick your battles and to handle your struggles your way. What you choose is right, we say.

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Justice – Chariot – Seven of Wands

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Chariot

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You are entitled to handle your struggle your way.

To have the self-control to be sensible no matter how mad I get.

You are entitled to finish a challenging project you started.

You’re getting something done the right way – someone will interfere.

Being rational is the way to handle this; and he is irrational.

No, that is not the right vehicle for you.

Police take control of a disorderly person.

The defense wins in court by vigorously objecting.

The Court decides he overreacted.

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Seven of Wands

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Standing up for what’s right is the way to handle this.

Being realistic under stress, you get where you aim to be.

Effort against the odds is a normal part of getting anything done.

I push myself to do it right, and they put me in charge.

A born leader considers pressure normal.

Facing the facts … what a challenge.

I gotta get myself on the right track any way I can.

Sanity under pressure: That’s the way to handle yourself!

I’m not letting him out of this until he takes responsibility and makes it right.

I’m besieged here, but am handling it by making sense of some things.

My kind of ambition is fighting for justice and winning.

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Tarot Readings: Chariot and Seven of Wands

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Road rage got him into court.

The stress of top performance is worth it.

My ambitions are checked by my sanity.

That decision to stand your ground is the right one.

A decision you make under stress is the right one.

A crazy-ass fellow is deciding to be sane right now.

The defendant wins in court.

Police roadblock.

You handle what overwhelms you; you decide to straighten it out.

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JusticeOne of the few cards whose title says what it means (truth in labeling). A robed crowned figure has the scales of justice in the left hand and the blade of enforcement in the other. Justice has few meanings and these are the common ones: should; ‘right’ as in correct and proper; ‘right’ as in having the right to; fair; normal; entitled, deserves; realistic, rational, sensible, sane, sanity; straight, straighten out; is worth it; okay; legal, court, police, judge, lawyer, lawsuit, justice, laws and rules; the right way; facts.

ChariotChariot is being in command of the situation, being a leader who gets a project done, and succeeding at your aim. Chariot is all about self-control. Think of the Marines, in the U. S., because charioteers were the special forces of their day and the strategists of battles. (Read up on that when you have time.)

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Here are some common words and phrases for Chariot: handle, can handle, can do, choose and choice, decide and decision and decisive, responsible and responsibility and take responsibility. Here are some more: in charge, in control, manager, project manager, strategy and strategist, get it done, get it done any way it can be done.

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Along the lines of being the Type A fellow are these phrases: success, accomplishment, mastery and master, get where you want to be, ambition, determination, aim, will, deliberate, purpose and purposeful and on purpose, win, victory, win against the odds, champion, hero, conquer, dominate, leader, leadership. (P. S. Type A fellows can be girls too, you know.)

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Chariot sometimes uses ‘skilled’ and ‘ability’ too. It also is the card for anything about a vehicle (any vehicle – ambulances, airplanes, even, say, a space ship). That includes travel by vehicle, so here are some of those words: road trip, over-the-road transport, truck driver, car trip – even ambulance! (Any ‘home’ card that accompanies Chariot can be a ‘motor home’ of any sort.

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We have no reason to address the esoteric aspects of Chariot here today.

Seven of Wands You see the fellow *whose land or pasture it is* defending it from a surprise attack by neighbors. He is outnumbered and overwhelmed obviously. You should know Tarot tradition is: The landowner wins against these odds, as in nature the animal whose turf it is usually wins.

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Seven of Wands has things coming to a head. On one side, the attackers feel entitled to what’s yours. Let’s say you are the fellow who owns and operates that pasture. (You pay the taxes; you spray the weeds; you put up the fences, etc.) They feel you have more than they, and that’s not fair: They are entitled to what’s yours.

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Seven of Wands is mad as hell. He is either mad as hell and won’t take it anymore because he is really being taken advantage of, or he is the ‘Gimme the car keys’ type of mooch. You have to look to the story you are inquiring about and to the other cards, to figure out which it is.

Seven of Wands is a struggle, a challenge, is stress and pressure for sure. Seven of Wands is being interfered with. Either or both sides of the struggle can be irrational in Seven of Wands: the entitlement the defender feels, and the entitlement the intruder feels, can be real or imagined! You are standing up for what’s right, or you are in the throes of road rage! Someone is overwhelmed. A disorderly person is being blocked. You are making yourself do something or be something. You are fighting for, or you are fighting against. You are besieged, and you … or they … or both … are overreacting.

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Chariot is the winner, Chariot is the strategist in a battle. (You see the man ready for battle in the high-tech ‘tank’ of his day.) Seven of Wands is the battle, of course. (That picture is self-explanatory.) Justice suggests a battle involving what’s right, or doing the struggle the right way. That’s at first glance. You have sentences like ‘My kind of ambition is fighting for justice and winning.’

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Next, Justice is what you are entitled to; Chariot is the drive or ambition to achieve that, or to get there; Seven of Wands is the effort to get it. So you make the effort that it takes to get where you deserve to be.

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Seven of Wands is two-faced: the same card can be standing up for what’s right, or pushing people around to get something out of them. Justice is being set straight or being on the right track. Chariot is taking charge, controlling the scene. So you have the police taking charge of a disorderly person. Or you have ‘To have the self-control to be sensible no matter how mad I get.’

Seven of Wands can be irrational, and Justice is of course rational. Chariot is self-control. So you have, ‘I gotta get myself on the right track any way I can‘ or ‘A crazy-ass fellow is deciding to be sane right now.’

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Chariot and Seven of Wands also describe a road block, and road rage: Seven of Wands is blocking the neighbors, stopping their progress. Seven of Wands is also ‘mad as hell.’ Chariot applies to vehicles, driving, and road trips. Chariot and Seven of Wands also insist that’s not the right vehicle for you.

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Another story these three cards get together to tell is about a court (Justice) battle (Seven of Wands), the judge (Justice) deciding (Chariot), and a defense (Seven of Wands) attorney (Justice) objecting (Seven of Wands).

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So what if anything do these scenarios have in common that would be a takeaway for today’s message? That stress and struggle, Seven of Wands, is normal and natural, Justice, and you can handle it (Chariot). Check. Got that.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Chariot is the winner, Chariot is the strategist in a battle. (You see the man ready for battle in his ‘tank’ of his day.) Seven of Wands is the battle, of course. (That picture is self-explanatory.) Justice suggests a battle involving what’s right, or doing the struggle the right way. That’s at first glance. You have sentences like ‘My kind of ambition is fighting for justice and winning.’

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Next, Justice is what you are entitled to; Chariot is the drive or ambition to achieve that, or to get there; Seven of Wands is the effort to get it. So you make the effort that it takes to get where you deserve to be.

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Seven of Wands is two-faced: the same card can be standing up for what’s right, or pushing people around to get something out of them. Justice is being set straight or being on the right track. Chariot is taking charge, controlling the scene. So you have the police taking charge of a disorderly person. Or you have ‘To have the self-control to be sensible no matter how mad I get.’

Seven of Wands can be irrational, and Justice is of course rational. Chariot is self-control. So you have, ‘I gotta get myself on the right track any way I can’ or ‘A crazy-ass fellow is deciding to be sane right now.’

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Chariot and Seven of Wands also describe a road block, and road rage: Seven of Wands is blocking the neighbors, stopping their progress. Seven of Wands is also ‘mad as hell.’ Chariot applies to vehicles, driving, and road trips. Chariot and Seven of Wands also insist that’s not the vehicle for you.

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Another story these three cards get together to tell is about a court (Justice) battle (Seven of Wands), the judge (Justice) deciding (Chariot), and a defense (Seven of Wands) attorney (Justice) objecting (Seven of Wands).

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So what if anything do these scenarios have in common that would be a takeaway for today’s message? That stress and struggle, Seven of Wands, is normal and natural, Justice, and you can handle it (Chariot). Got that.

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Here you are enforcing the peace of your day. You can decide for yourself what’s right, and if you choose to put great effort into something, well, that’s right for you – don’t let anyone interfere with that choice of yours. Great achievements require great effort.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Chariot

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You are entitled JUSTICE to handle CHARIOT your struggle SEVEN OF WANDS your way.

To have the self-control CHARIOT to be sensible JUSTICE no matter how mad I get SEVEN OF WANDS.

You are entitled to JUSTICE finish a challenging SEVEN OF WANDS project you started CHARIOT.

You’re getting something done CHARIOT the right way JUSTICE – someone will interfere SEVEN OF WANDS.

Being rational JUSTICE is the way to handle this CHARIOT; and he is irrational SEVEN OF WANDS.

No, that is not the right JUSTICE vehicle CHARIOT for you SEVEN OF WANDS.

Police JUSTICE take control of CHARIOT a disorderly person SEVEN OF WANDS.

The defense SEVEN OF WANDS wins CHARIOT in court JUSTICE by vigorously objecting SEVEN OF WANDS.

The Court JUSTICE decides CHARIOT he overreacted SEVEN OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Seven of Wands

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Standing up for what’s right JUSTICE and SEVEN OF WANDS is the way to handle this CHARIOT.

Being realistic JUSTICE under stress SEVEN OF WANDS, you get where you aim to be CHARIOT.

Effort against the odds SEVEN OF WANDS is a normal part JUSTICE of getting anything done CHARIOT.

I push myself to SEVEN OF WANDS do it right JUSTICE, and they put me in charge CHARIOT.

A born leader CHARIOT considers pressure SEVEN OF WANDS normal JUSTICE.

Facing SEVEN OF WANDS the facts JUSTICE … what a challenge CHARIOT.

I gotta get myself SEVEN OF WANDS on the right track JUSTICE any way I can CHARIOT.

Sanity JUSTICE under pressure SEVEN OF WANDS: That’s the way to handle yourself CHARIOT!

I’m not letting him out of this until SEVEN OF WANDS he takes responsibility CHARIOT and makes it right JUSTICE.

I’m besieged here SEVEN OF WANDS, but am handling it CHARIOT by making sense of some things JUSTICE.

My kind of ambition CHARIOT is fighting for SEVEN OF WANDS justice JUSTICE and winning CHARIOT.

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Tarot Readings: Chariot and Seven of Wands

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Road CHARIOT rage SEVEN OF WANDS got him into court JUSTICE.

The stress of top performance CHARIOT is worth it JUSTICE.

My ambitions are CHARIOT checked by SEVEN OF WANDS my sanity JUSTICE.

That decision CHARIOT to stand your ground SEVEN OF WANDS is the right one JUSTICE.

A decision you make CHARIOT under stress SEVEN OF WANDS is the right one JUSTICE.

A crazy-ass fellow SEVEN OF WANDS is deciding CHARIOT to be sane JUSTICE right now.

The defendant SEVEN OF WANDS wins CHARIOT in court JUSTICE.

Police JUSTICE roadCHARIOTblockSEVEN OF WANDS.

You handle CHARIOT what overwhelms you SEVEN OF WANDS; you decide CHARIOT to straighten it out JUSTICE.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…..   Justice and Chariot You are entitled to handle it your way. To have the self-control to be sensible. You are entitled to finish a project you started. You are entitled to this challenge. You’re getting something done the right way. Being rational is the way to handle this. The right vehicle for you. Police take control. Wins in court. The court decides. … for what’s right is the way to handle this. Being realistic, you get where you aim to be. A normal part of getting anything done. I do it right, and they put me in charge. A born leader considers _ normal. The facts … what a challenge. … on the right track any way I can. Sanity: That’s the way to handle yourself! He takes responsibility and makes it right. Am handling it by making sense of some things. My kind of ambition is _ for justice. Road _ got him into court. Top performance is worth it. My ambitions are my sanity. That decision is the right one.*** A decision you make is the right one. Deciding to be sane right now. Wins in court. Police road__. You handle _; you decide to straighten it out. x

. Justice and Seven of Wands – You are entitled to your struggle. To be sensible no matter how mad I get. You are entitled to a challenging …. … the right way, someone will interfere. Being rational … and he is irrational. No, that is not the right _ for you. Police _ a disorderly person. The defense _ in court by vigorously objecting. The Court overreacted. The Court _ he overreacted. Standing up for what’s right. Being realistic under stress. Effort against the odds is a normal part. I push myself to do it right. Consider pressure normal. Facing the facts.*** I gotta get myself on the right track. Sanity under pressure. I’m not letting him out of this until he makes it right. I’m besieged here … by making sense of some things. Fighting for justice and winning. Rage got him into court. The stress is worth it.*** … are checked by my sanity. … to stand your ground is right. … under stress is the right one. A crazy-ass fellow is _ to be sane right now. The defendant in court. Police _block. What overwhelms you: You straighten it out. x

..   Chariot and Seven of WandsHandle your struggle your way. To have the self-control to _ no matter how mad I get. Finish a challenging project you started. You’re getting something done – someone will interfere. _ is the way to handle this; and he is irrational. No, that is not the vehicle for you. _ take control of a disorderly person. The defense wins by vigorously objecting. _ decides he overreacted. Standing up for _ is the way to handle this. _ under stress, you get where you aim to be. Effort against the odds of getting anything done. I push myself to _, and they put me in charge. A born leader considers pressure _. Facing … what a challenge. I gotta get myself _ any way I can. _ under pressure: That’s the way to handle yourself. I’m not letting him out of this until he takes responsibility. I’m besieged here, but am handling it. My kind of ambition is fighting for _ and winning. Road rage. The stress of top performance. My ambitions are checked by _. That decision to stand your ground. A decision you make under stress. A crazy-ass fellow is deciding to …. The defendant wins. Roadblock. You handle what overwhelms you; you decide to …. x

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  1. Kelly

    This is so great. Right on for me, and a situation at work! Also, yesterday’s reading hit home. Weird and wonderful. Thanks Emily.Reference

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