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Thursday Interactive Tarot Reading – Feb 4th 2021

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.

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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: Eight of Pentacles

When you draw the Eight of Pentacles in a daily tarot draw, it indicates that you are methodically working towards something you want. It may seem boring, mundane or even relentless at the moment but you are on the brink of achieving great success, so don’t give up. The Eight of Pentacles indicates a time of hard work, commitment, diligence and dedication. The effort you put in will not be in vain as your hard work will pay off and lead to results, rewards or the accomplishment of your goals. The Eight of Pentacles may turn up for you to point out that the skills you are learning at this moment will eventually prove invaluable later in life and you will come away from this experience not only with the inner wisdom you’ve gained but with a sense of pride and self-confidence from achieving your ambitions.

Tarot Card Draw #2: The Hierophant, reversed

The Hierophant may turn up reversed for you when you find yourself knowingly and openly bucking tradition and following a more nontraditional path or leading an unconventional or alternative lifestyle. It can also come up as an indication that it is time to break with tradition and simply do your own thing. As many people say, “Let your freak flag fly!”. Tradition and old ways of thinking are simply not serving your greatest good or aligning with your own personal beliefs and desires. Nothing wrong with that. In fact, it is what makes each of us unique and our own person. It is possible people in your circle (usually relatives) do not understand your need or desire to throw out the rule book and not follow the norms of society, but that is their cross to bear. You owe them no explanation unless your choices have a direct impact on them. The tried and true simply does not work for everyone and there is absolutely nothing wrong with being who you are and standing out from the crowd unless you are doing it solely for the attention. Alternatively, The Hierophant, reversed, may come up for you if you are holding strong to old ways of thinking to the point that it is working against you in some way and could potentially cause you harm, though not necessarily physical. It could be financial, familial, mental, etc. Also, it is possible that as a result of you going against the grain or acting in such a way that contradicts the core value system you were taught growing up,you are now feeling guilty or shameful as a result. On a more positive note, when The Hierophant turns up reversed for you, it may be to tell you that not following the proven path could open up some new and potentially quite beneficial paths and opportunities to you. Lastly, this card may warn of butting heads with someone in a position of authority.

Tarot Card Draw #3: Six of Cups

When the Six of Cups turns up in your daily tarot draw or a general tarot reading, it often is indicative of things from your past such as past loves, past friends, past jobs, anything from the past. This card could indicate reminiscing, reflecting on childhood memories, nostalgia or focusing on the past in general. While looking back in reflection occasionally is not a bad thing, some people tend to get up caught up in their memories and develop a somewhat warped view of their own past or reality. If this is you, the Six of Cups may pop up to snap you back into reality. When this card appears in your daily tarot draw you may be being influenced by past events, reminiscing about the past or thinking about someone from your past. The Six of Cups can also represent matters pertaining to children, young people and youthfulness and can represent having children or taking care of or working with them. It can signify simplicity, playfulness, innocence, goodwill and sharing. It can also represent protection and family. If you have been going through a tough time, the Six of Cups may be telling you to take the support available to you from family and close friends. When the Six of Cups appears in a daily draw, it can also indicate that you are being childish or immature.

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