Choose Your Tarot Card
Here is your interactive tarot reading for today. Look at the image above and relax, focus on the first card that draws you in and that card will connect with your personal energy.
Once you have picked your card, you can scroll down to see it revealed then read the information for today that carries your journey with it.
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Tarot Card Draw #1: Four of Cups, reversed
If you have been feeling stuck and dealing with a rather stagnant situation in your life, the reversed Four of Cups may turn up for you in a daily tarot draw urging you to stand up, shake it off and get things on the right track and moving forward. No one is going to make it happen for you. Also indicated by the Four of Cups reversed is leaving regrets, remorse and wishful thinking in the past and focusing on the present and moving forward in a positive direction. New opportunities are very soon coming your way, if they have not already started. Grab these opportunities as this is the best time to capitalize on them. Do not doubt yourself and do not hesitate. Take some chances … not silly chances like driving too fast, but chances that will benefit you. The Four of Cups may turn up reversed for you if you have recently been indulging in the negative type of self-isolation. Possibly you have been shutting out those to whom you were previously quite close as well as many well-meaning friends. Sometimes we each allow ourselves to sink a bit too deeply into our own little worlds thus shutting everyone else out. This can lead to many quite negative behaviors such as greatly diminishing your self-worth and self-confidence. You have withdrawn too much within yourself and it is now time to rejoin your old life and society in general. Hopefully you are becoming more self-aware and finding a new meaning and enjoyment for life. This card is urging you to drag yourself back into reality and stop living in a fantasy world or for your own solely personal gain. Maybe you have simply been wallowing in your own misery or grief. You need to get out of that and be much more proactive at working toward what you deserve and desire. You must let go of old habits and patterns that are no longer serving you. Same with select individuals who do not seem to be in your highest good. Another negative major life situation that could be indicated by the Four of Cups reversed is that you have been acting in a very selfish and entitled manner. Possibly using people for your own gain and taking advantage of anyone who extends you even the slightest bit of consideration. If you do not work to stop this action soon, it will come back and seriously bite you on the butt.
Tarot Card Draw #2: King of Wands
The King of Wands may turn up for you if you have been struggling in some area of your life. This card will be to tell you that you definitely have the energy, experience and enthusiasm to accomplish what you set out to achieve at this time. You are taking control of your life. You will motivate those around you, lead the way forward and set a good example for those who look up to you. You do not worry about other people’s opinion of you and you dare to be different when the King of Wands appears in your tarot reading. As a person, the King of Wands is a mature male who is confident, strong, energetic and optimistic and a natural born leader. He is friendly by nature, funny, charming and good with words. He is also fearless, freethinking, motivated and action oriented. He has an independent streak and as such, he needs his freedom and will not tolerate neediness of others. The King of Wands does not like to let emotions stand in the way of his enjoyment of life. He is usually supportive of those around him and has learned to be lenient. However, the King of Wands can be self-centred, hot-tempered and controlling. At his best, when he is allowed his freedom, he is proud, passionate, honest, loyal, dependable and protective.
Tarot Card Draw #3: Five of Swords
Getting the Five of Swords in any kind of tarot reading or daily draw can be a double-edged sword in that the indications of this card go from one extreme to the other. On one hand, it can represent defeat, negative change, surrender and walking away. This can also be a card of self-sabotage or underhanded behavior and deception as well as a lack of communication. It can also represent serious conflict and stress. The Five of Swords may turn up with a warning as it can signify hostility, aggression, intimidation and violence such as situations we would hope to never encounter in our lives such as crime, theft, bullying, abuse, assault, rape, murder. On the other hand, it may simply represent the action one must take to overcome being challenged by others such as standing up for oneself and fighting back. As such it can be an indication of victory. If so, the victory it represents will be hard won as you will have quite a battle on your hands. Spiritually, the Five of Swords indicates that the challenges you have overcome have given you the wisdom, strength and empathy to heal others. This card also indicates change so you may find yourself pursuing a new spiritual path when it appears.
Tamara is an award-winning writer with over 35 years experience as a Spiritual Life Coach, Psychic, Tarot Reader and Medium. She has worked with individuals all over the world through a myriad of life issues ranging from relationship and marriage counseling to dealing with grief and loss, as well as a whole host in between. She appears as a guest speaker on numerous podcasts and radio shows.