Tarot Readings for You for January 6, 2017 Friday© Celtic Cross
Question: Her strategy to make the best love relationship she can with a difficult dude.
Advice this whole spread says:
Do nothing. Don’t go out of your way. Make him love and adore you and say ‘I love you’ enthusiastically to you. Let there be sex that makes you feel good all over. Let the he-man obsess over the girl and give her a sweet romantic experience.
Don’t do anything. You’re a single woman. Mind your own business on your own turf and let him be the he-man who breaks through to get your attention.
Mind your own business. Don’t be available. Have your wall up. Expect and demand that he pay you the attention and respect you deserve because you are the sweet loyal gal who understands him and loves him too.
Queen of Cups
2 of swords World – Queen of Swords – 6 of Pentacles
Six of Cups Seven of Wands
Eight of Cups
STAR X Ace of Wands Nine of Pentacles
Four of Swords
Knight of Pentacles King of Swords
THIRD SENTENCE (OUTCOME)
In Tarot Verbatim, the modified Celtic Cross spread (which has 3 or 4 cards in place of just one in the Outcome) indicates how accurate it is by how parallel the ‘three sentences’ are. The sentences are the parts of the spread.
This spread here is magnificently saying the same things with the lead cards for those meanings – another signature of accuracy.
The advice is to not do anything. in Sentence 1, that is Self card as Two of Swords. In Sentence 2, the advice to not do anything is in Nine of Pentacles as the Environment card. Nine of Pentacles is very mind-her-own-business. In Sentence 3, the advice to mind your own business and pay no attention is World. World has put a wall around herself and is ignoring the environment so it ignores her: Invisible.
In the first sentence, the he-man as macho-man Knight of Pentacles, foundation – the gent with one thing on his mind – is paired with Little Boy Gives Little Girl Flowers in Six of Cups. Let him court her.
In the second sentence, the he-man as King of Swords has to break through – break through her wall of indifference. Seven of Wands is breaking through.
In Sentence 3, World has a wall around herself and is getting (in Six of Pentacles) the attention she deserves from him.