Monday, April 11, 2011

Tarot for the Week 4/11 to 4/17

This week is one of those week's where the reading is so simple and cut and dry that you have to acknowledge and love the directness of the cards.  So I'm not going to give a lot of lead up to the reading and we'll get right down to it.  Once again I'm using the Tarot of the Sidhe for our reading this week.  Let's see what we have for the week.

This week's cards that were pulled are:
The Tower
Dancer Eight
The Fool

I don't think it can get much more clear and simple than this.  Something that you have been trying to work out, something that has probably been on the verge of either having a breakthrough or something that you have been thinking you may need walk away from is going to finally hit it's breaking point early in the week. It's a big change and it could mean that plans or expectations that you've held for some time are going to just finally have to be let go of.  But the good thing is that this feels like something that you've at least in the back of your mind that you've felt needed to be released.  This is just that proverbial "straw that breaks the camels back."

By mid-week the dust settles and you start to see the light at the end of the tunnel and you're ready to make the long and possibly difficult journey to walk away from the things that have been pain, problems, blockages, or difficulties.  There is a feeling of freedom in making this journey; you're leaving behind things that might have once been helpful or an important part of your life but they no longer serve your highest good and the true desires you have for yourself.  By leaving and walking away, leaving things behind completely, you're ready to truly reach for your heart's desire.

When the week is wrapping up your going to be feeling really ready to start things off on the right foot with a new sense of excitement and energy.  The important thing here is to make sure that you have learned from the lessons that you have just experienced because you could just as easily step right back into the same bad patterns and habits if you don't pay attention to what's happening around you.  Make sure that in business ventures you're reading contracts and paying attention to what you sign.  With relationships be sure that you are taking the time to develop trust and that you aren't seeing everything with rose colored glasses.  If you can keep yourself "under wraps", so to speak, you'll do much better on new adventure.