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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-13-16

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 Six of Pentacles as the tarot card for the week of 3-13-16, this may be the week for a windfall, which could manifest itself in the form of a promotion or unexpected financial gain from an investment. It is time to take a hard look at your spending habits. Be careful not to compare your situation to another person’s. This can lead to jealousy, envy and insecurity. This card indicates that your upcoming plans, hopes and dreams are starting to take shape. At the end of the week, you decide if the Six of Pentacles fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

UPRIGHT:
The Six of Pentacles is all about generosity. You will either give it or receive it. If you are struggling, help is on its way. If you are on top of the world, make sure you give back to help others. Be sure to help those who have helped you along the way. This is the time to open your heart to charity or to start thinking about the financial future of your loved ones. You will reap more rewards through giving. You will also find you now have the ability to pay back debts. Investments that have become stagnant are now positioned to increase in value.

 

REVERSED:
This card serves as a warning to watch your spending habits. This is also a time to watch out for deceitful individuals. You may want to ask yourself if you are being too extravagant in your spending. Feelings of inadequacy may arise in you, due to the lack of recognition by others for the deeds you have done. These people are merely jealous of you. Your own jealousy of another person’s success may also be making you feel insecure. There might also be a financial loss of some kind, either due to your own careless behavior or another’s dirty dealings. You may have a sense that you are putting more into a relationship than the other person is, which can lead to disharmony and imbalance.

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Tarot Card for the Week of 11-8-15

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. With the Fool Card as the tarot card for the week of 11-8-15, notice the scene depicted in the card. The fool, who is a dreamer, is looking up with confidence; however, he is unaware of the cliff he is about to fall over. The cliff symbolizes his journey and the pitfalls he may encounter before reaching his goals. He represents change and new beginnings. For you during the coming week, have you thought through some of the changes and resolutions you are wanting to make in your life? Are you being practical about your expectations for the future? Are your ego and your desire for material goods getting in the way of your spirituality? Are you making your own choices or are you taking advice from others because it is easier that way? Be careful and aware this week of the consequences that may occur because of your decisions. At the end of the week, you decide if the Fool fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

MAJOR ARCANA, NUMBER ZERO

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: URANUS

 

UPRIGHT:
The fool card refers to a jester, not to someone who is foolish. It represents a dreamer, an idealist. The Fool desires to do great things, but is often unaware of just how difficult the process is. He must always be very careful of the choices he makes, remembering that knowledge is his ally. This card often symbolizes a new beginning, unrestrained optimism, spontaneity and curiosity. It is time to examine all options carefully before making decisions in your life.

 

Although the Fool may well indicate a lack of experience or a grasp of life’s pitfalls, it is equally true that his lack of experience leads him to believe that all things are possible, which can bring even impossible goals within his reach. From exploring new horizons in life to experiencing a new phase, the Fool card also symbolizes letting life take its course, as well as the negative implications of having to come to terms with the current condition one’s own life is in.

 

REVERSED:
In the reversed position, the card can signify risk taking, bad choices or decision making, hesitation and apathetic behavior. Your own vanity may get in your way. There is an overwhelming fear of the future. You may have a cynical outlook or reluctance and hesitancy. Do not take any risks or make snap decisions at this time. You may also be in possible danger.

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Stair Dreams — The Ups and Downs

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Dreams about stairs relate to progress and moving forward or backward in some area of your waking life. These dreams can represent feelings of fear, falling, failure, success or challenge.

 

Walking or running up the stairs can have several meanings. If you are rapidly running up the stairs, you might be on the fast track to your goals or you might be leaping too quickly and missing out on something important in your waking life. When you see yourself slowly climbing up the stairs, it can be an indication that you are gaining a higher self-awareness, making progress toward a goal, moving in a positive direction, or you are on your way to achieving success. It can also mean you are reaching toward a higher consciousness.

 

If you are having difficulty getting up a flight of stairs or are standing still on them, this can indicate that you are stuck in some area of your life or that you are struggling, either emotionally, physically, financially or spiritually. It can also symbolize that there is no easy way to move forward in your waking life to achieve success or to solve a current problem. The bottom line is, you may be subconsciously dealing with a fear of failure and not making it to the top. If you are just standing still on the stairs in your dream, you may be struggling to know which way to proceed in a situation.

 

Dreaming of walking down the stairs can mean that you are experiencing emotional setbacks and doubts, or a current situation you are struggling with is deteriorating. It can also indicate that you are lapsing into negative subconscious thoughts or repressing your true emotions that have not been dealt with. This type of dream may also symbolize that there is closure with certain struggles in your life and that you are finding ways to solve specific problems.

 

If you trip or fall while walking up or down the stairs, this may be an indication that you have a lack of self-esteem or self-confidence. If you have a fear of walking down the stairs it can mean that you do not want to face underlying emotions and fears. If the staircase collapses beneath you in your dream, this may represent your fear of success or insecurities within your career and relationships.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-17-13

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 Nine of Cups as the tarot card for the week of 3-17-13, this may be the week that your wishes, hopes and dreams will come true. This card is known as the wish card and is one of the most positive cards in the deck. In fact, because it is St. Patrick’s Day, you just might experience a little bit of the luck of the Irish! Most importantly, you will have emotional contentment and good health. This week may be the week that things are going well; however, this card warns to be wary of complacency, self-indulgence, taking advantage of others and false hope. Try not to negatively get in your own way. Never forget where you came from and always carry an attitude of gratitude. It is also a time to be financially responsible, as you might not be as secure in that area as you believe you are. Be especially cautious when funding new projects — they could financially drain you. This is not the week to fool yourself that you are financially secure. At the end of the week, you decide if the Nine of Cups fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

UPRIGHT:
Nine of Cups, Minor Arcana, symbolizes satisfaction. Contentment and happiness abound. You appreciate all of the challenges you have faced that finally got you to this joyous place in life. Problems from the past are now the lessons learned that allow you to finally be at peace. This is a time for enjoyment of the simple pleasures. There is a communion with the body and nature. All of your senses are heightened. This is the time for dreams to come true and to enjoy inner security and contentment.

 

REVERSED:
There is a danger of taking all of your life’s gifts and graces for granted and forgetting how you got where you are today. If you ignore this, you could lose everything. Smugness and self-indulgence can be your downfall. There is also disappointment that your dreams will not be met. You may be taking advantage of friends. Boasting will have a negative impact on the people closest to you. Greed and not doing things in moderation will bring on illness and financial loss. This is not the time to become complacent.

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Animal Totems and Meanings

Animals, birds, reptiles, insects and mythological creatures have been used symbolically within all cultures throughout history. However, it is the Native American culture that is most often associated with the term animal totems. These totems are animal spirit guides who serve as messengers and are with us throughout our physical and spiritual lives to help us gain insights, self-awareness, enhance our connection to the past and even see glimpses of future events.

 

In the true sense, specific animal instincts and characteristics represent the qualities that we humans should learn to emulate. However, because we lead such busy and complicated lives, often there is no time for self-reflection. Having animal totems surround us gives us pause to reflect and perhaps make important changes for the better to our mind, body and spirit. At times, they can come into our lives when we are at a crossroads or during times of major decision-making.

 

Each specific animal has its own cycle of power. This cycle is the time at which the animal can pass on his most important messages and powerful energies to you. For example, the bear has a cycle of power that is spring and summer, because he is not as active during the winter months when he spends some of that time hibernating. However, the bear leave the den out of necessity during hibernation to sustain him. He can still send you very strong messages and lessons in times other than during his cycle of power.

 

You may be wondering how you can access your animal totems or how you can find out which ones are guiding you. One or more may be revealed. Listening to the animals around you will help you form a connection. Animal totems can also come to you as a vision in your dreams or through meditation. Pose these questions to yourself: Are there animals who you have been fascinated with since you were a child? Is there a type of animal who represents your personality? What animal have you felt a certain kinship with? Which animals are you the most fearful of?

 

This will begin the process of learning who your animal totems are. Study the habits and characteristics of those specific animals and try to discover how those things can apply to your own life or to a message the animal is trying to convey to you. If it is an animal you are fearful of, it may be a lesson in how you might overcome your fears in certain areas of your life. Also, if you find an animal is suddenly near you or one that comes into your life out of extraordinary circumstances, take notice. Watch its behavior — how does it appear, is it content, where is it looking, what is it doing? Look for the subtleties, as these will help decipher if it is sending a message to you.

 

 

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