Sunday, August 28, 2011
A sign that you are at the crossroads of your life. You have an opportunity to keep on going the way you have been or you can now take a radical departure from the norm.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
August 23rd - September 22nd
Time of transition. A notice that until karmic lessons are learned, the history will continue to repeat itself. Also suggests that there will be blending and mixing of things that are considered opposites.
Friday, August 12, 2011
Patience and hard work before rewards, symbolized by peasants toiling in a field. Also may represent work in stages or different stages: we see wheat growing, being harvested, processed and then bread being baked from it and freshly made bread as a result. Everything takes work, and sometimes we are just given things, but in this case we have to work for it. Something that does not just happen overnight.
Friday, August 5, 2011
When my husband finally put aside his doubtful projects and started interviewing for a job, I felt very hopeful, even though still a little afraid to believe it, but already starting to see how we could get our heads above the water if things work out for him.
That's when I pulled out this card as an answer to a question on how am I feeling right now.
To me this card represents hope and prayers and the time when you are still a bit insecure but starting to see the light and promise or possibility of future abundance.
Another way theis card can be interpreted is - ask and you shall recieve. Sometimes all you have to do is ask. You might have doubts and insecurities about whether you will get the desired result and hesitate, but it's time to put all the doubts aside and just ask. Sometimes someone on the other side of the door that you need opened just waiting for you to ask and is ready and willing to give you what you need. They are just waiting for you to ask...
Represents the healing and rejuvenating powers of the Earth, especially by water.
At this time earth begins to show its abundance, giving resources of food and pure spring water for the life of its inhabitants.
Disappointments can occur if certain standards are not met.
Monday, August 1, 2011
I pulled this card right before going to a marketing seminar that my husband and I got invited to by our neighbor. I pulled this card in reply to a question how will the seminar go.
Well, I was greatly disappointed by seminar since it was one of those things where they talk in a lot of words, saying very little. Loads of B.S, in other words. But, while half listening to the speaker filling us up with useless info, I got some pretty good ideas that later proved to be very fruitful, so on the way back home my disappointment and annoyance slowly turned to excitement.
It was just like the card - on the surface it looks like a dry dying wheat, but inside there is a growing fetus, the same way as useless seminar produced some fruitful ideas in my head.
Another time I pulled this card in response to a question about current situation at work. At the time I had very few projects and was bored, but I found out that there was a very large interesting project coming up and at that point in time the project was in an embrio stage and even though things looked pretty boring at work, there was a definite promise of positive change in the near future.
Enlightment, the ability to see things from new perspective. Represents a stagnant time between two major events. A time when external world sees nothing that you are doing but in fact you are making rapid progress.