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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-1-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Knight of Pentacles as the tarot card for the week of 3-1-15, people may mistake your behavior as laziness; however, it just might be that you are waiting for the right opportunity. This opportunity may come from an individual who can see the bigger picture and be someone you can rely upon. In fact, he or she may possess the same ideals and drive that you have. This is definitely the week for hard work and diligence. People will take notice of that. If you feel yourself wavering this week, take a look at your self-motivation and inner strengths. It may be time to make some changes in a more positive direction. Be careful of becoming stagnant and bored. At the end of the week, you decide if the Knight of Pentacles fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

UPRIGHT:
Knight of Pentacles, Minor Arcana, is dependable and hard working. This card addresses a logical, practical and disciplined young man. He is also an individual with high energy who is diligent and channels all of that into hard work. He is methodical and someone you may be depending on in your life. The Knight is set in his ways and is usually happy with the status quo.
REVERSED:
This Knight has little or no imagination. The card represents financial and career setbacks that take away self-confidence and drain the bank account. This individual is conservative, dull and resistant to change. When appearing in reverse, it also indicates life is monotonous and feelings of being stuck won’t go away. Things such as money and finances are at a standstill due to the fact you are waiting for a more opportune time to make changes. Your procrastination is coming across as being lazy.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 2-22-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Ten of Swords as the tarot card for the week of 2-22-15, this might be the week that some deep crises may be coming to an end. However, they will culminate with an important Karmic lesson. Things around you may possibly begin to improve. You may still need to stay vigilant, as there is a distinct possibility that bad lack, unpleasantness and sorrow are lurking around the corner. Beware of self-pity — there is a good chance that everything will work out in the end. This may also be the week to extend a helping hand to someone in distress who you can identify with. Be particularly aware of people you really do not know that well. They may have ulterior motives. If you have been experiencing depression and harboring feelings of unhappiness from your past, you may now begin to feel the dark cloud lifting. As the card illustrates 10 Swords in the back, it is sending a clear warning not to get involved in backstabbing. This may be the week to trust your intuition before beginning any new ventures, which may be coming your way shortly. You may also find that your emotional and physical health will begin to improve.

 

UPRIGHT:
The Ten of Swords, Minor Arcana is a card of endings, good or bad. It is time to let go of all of the negative thinking you have been harboring. Although hard to do, and you are still feeling low, just know that you will not sink any lower. Realize that your plans will not come to fruition — this is your wake-up call. A possible disaster is lurking that you have no control over, however, you may find a way out. You will remain isolated from others for a while due to the fact that people whom you have trusted have stabbed you in the back. Luckily, a new beginning is about to start.
REVERSED:
A negative cycle is now ending — change is in the air. The lessons you have learned will be invaluable to you in the future. Tap into your inner strength so that you can deal with deep rooted feelings from the past. Your health will begin to improve. If any more bad news comes your way, you will have the muscle to ride it through. Hard habits are hard to break, but you must do so in order to move forward.

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Tarot Card for the Week of 2-15-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Hierophant as the tarot card for the week of 2-15-15, this might be the week that you will need to call upon a trusted mentor or counselor for inspiration or some unbiased advice. Also, ask yourself if you are gossiping a little too much without having all of the facts. Are you breaking away from traditions or conventional ways? Has a person shown up to keep you on track this week? The Hierophant can also represent the search for one’s identity and spiritual connection. This may be the week for you to get in touch with your spirituality and belief systems. The Hierophant is a card that also speaks to the many choices available to you in your career, relationships and some new directions that you can take in your life. Try not to dig in your heels and avoid change. This will inhibit your personal growth. Become inspired to move forward individually, staying true to yourself, but as a part of the collective whole. At the end of the week, you decide if the Hierophant card fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 


MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 5

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: TAURUS, JUPITER, MARS
UPRIGHT:
The Hierophant card, Major Arcana, also referred to as the Pope, represents a mentor, teacher, spiritual counselor. He symbolizes marriage, unions, romance, meaningful relationships. He shows great mercy and goodness to all. He is very much like a teacher or a priest. He serves as a great inspiration. The Hierophant is certainly not one to buck proper authority. He is a conformist. He is a staunch and worthy defender of the tried and true. This card may be an indication that you could use the direction offered by a group, depending on your needs and situation. Embrace traditions and rituals, but always think for yourself or call upon someone you consider a mentor to guide you.
REVERSED:
The Hierophant card signifies poor advice, single-mindedness and unconventional behavior. The card may refer to a rebellious individual, a nonconformist. It may show a departure from religious institutions, traditional universities or other dogma. It can also represent someone who is so narrow minded that he has become bigoted, with a disregard for any view other than his own. This card may also be a warning that you should not partake in gossiping or slandering. There is a tendency for manipulation in a relationship and any distortion of the truth causes discord.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 2-8-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. The tarot card for the week of 2-8-15 is the Four of Cups. This may be the week to keep your eyes open for new opportunities in a relationship or employment. Make sure that you take a look at all the pros and cons. Your self-absorption, anxiety or boredom may be getting in the way of change. This is the week to let go of any old emotional wounds and move on. Also, you may be the one who has been holding yourself back. The card indicates new beginnings, but if you wallow in your self-pity, nothing will change. If you have been overly indulgent lately, this may be the week to start cutting back. This is definitely a time to concentrate on yourself, both physically and emotionally.

 

UPRIGHT:
The Four of Cups card, Minor Arcana, represents your need for a change. You have become bored and dissatisfied with things that used to bring you joy. You are showing signs of apathy. You may be dwelling on issues from the past. Stir the pot and find a new interest or relationship. Look deep within yourself for peace and renewal. This is a time for you to take a look outside of yourself. You just may find some new opportunities for fulfillment. This is an action that must be taken. The card can also indicate that you have been on the defensive about something and have shut down. This may be due to old wounds that have not healed. Don’t let your unfounded fears keep you stuck. The card at its worst symbolizes someone who is self-absorbed and has little regard for other people’s needs.
REVERSED:
An opportunity may present itself, but you have to make every effort to grab it. This will require hard work. Don’t close yourself off to possibilities and options because you are too wrapped up in yourself. Your overindulgence has taken its toll. Possible mental and physical illness can surface. You have experienced an emotional shut down due to the fear of expressing your true emotions. Remember that there are people who are around you who need your support and attention.

 

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