Monday, October 14, 2013

The Tarot Speaks

No set formula or theme informs the content of this daily blog. The primary guideline is to allow thoughts to be born in the present moment -- a spontaneous arising of something that wishes to come forth. Brainstorms from the night before are not permitted, nor are "plans." Even when I want to violate my own parameters, by the time daylight sneaks up, previous ideas have evaporated along with dreams.

So the offering for today is a mini-tarot reading. The question asked was, "What do readers need to know today?"

A site on the internet provides free tarot readings; instead of a gypsy-type person shuffling cards and spreading them out before the seeker, the computer allows one to click on "shuffle," "cut the deck" and "select cards." Having used this site over the years with informative results, I reckon that the computer has been programmed just as well, if not better, than the mind of a tarot reader.

And this is what came up:

Situation: Three of Cups

You should be able to notice a trend toward cooperation and harmony among those around you. The card that lands in the Situation position refers to social or circumstantial factors which could be affecting your life at this time. 

When the Three of Cups is in this position, you are privileged with the opportunity to see people overcome their differences, reuniting along the lines of their mutual best interests. Not only is this a wonderful sight to behold, it's also worthy of encouragement and nurturing.

The environment becomes sweeter as people begin to appreciate each other. Feelings of safety, bonding and mutual admiration prevail. Mutual appreciation is the most effective style of interaction -- where everybody gets his or her needs met and receives plenty of acknowledgment. It's encouraging to see this trend emerge in your immediate environment.



Although this can't be sent to every member of Congress and the President, let's vote for optimism over fear today and take the tarot as prophesy. Since we chose our thoughts anyway, why not sit yourself down on this most positive one, no matter what the climate feels like where your body is parked.

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