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: King of Cups, reversed
If you find yourself dealing in any kind of negotiations such as for employment benefits, financial dealings or other matters in which you must plead your case and the King of Cups comes up reversed in your daily draw, he is there to urge you to take more of a stand on your own behalf. This gentleman says that no one can fight for you better than you and more often than not, no one will make things simply happen for you. The reversed King of Cups is telling you it is time to stand up for yourself, take charge and plead your own case. This card will turn up if you have been acting in an overly emotional or weak sense. It indicates a lack of emotional maturity and screams of the fact you will, if not already, be taken advantage of if you do not step up and take a stand for yourself and what you deserve. If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed but do not understand just why, this card will turn up to suggest you do an emotional well-being check on yourself. It is highly probable that your emotions are just too scattered for you to think clearly. This reversed King also tells women that we must take full responsibility for our emotional state and should not blame hormones or it simply being “that time of the month”. That time comes every month, for many like clockwork. Learn it and learn how to deal with it effectively so you can maintain a healthy emotional balance. It is possible. For men who cannot seem to get their own lives together, this King will come up urging you to get your emotions right as well. Men suffer emotional swings just as women do, some can be just as extreme, and learning to deal with them positively will go a long way in helping to create a good and balanced life for yourself. Alternatively, for men and women alike, this card may come up to bring your attention to some of your own negative behaviors such as acting in a controlling or manipulative fashion. Possibly you have been rather harsh to others and treating them in an uncaring or unkind manner, or possibly being outright abusive. You must let go of the bitterness you carry.
Tarot Card Draw #2: Nine of Pentacles
Depicted on the Nine of Pentacles, upright, is a seemingly learned man in a small lush green clearing surrounded by bunches of purple grapes, quite possibly the literal fruits of his efforts. Before him, neatly stacked, are the financial rewards he has accumulated through his own hard work as well as focused and determined efforts. The man looks to be possibly in his 40’s with an air of higher education about him. While his intelligence could well be self-taught, it is clear that he has done quite well for himself based on his surroundings and the pentacles that stand before him. This shows that effort and hard work are followed by reward. Also, that nothing worth having is not without effort. As adults, it is always best to be fully self-sufficient for your financial security. There is really only one person whom each of us can count on and that is ultimately ourselves. Hard work and dedication can take you a very long way as can expanding upon your own knowledge base. While formal higher education is not for everyone, it is always strongly encouraged to build upon your own knowledge base in some way so as to make you more marketable in the workforce as well as so you can ultimately reap the rewards of your own successes.
Tarot Card Draw #3: The Hermit
Quite often when The Hermit turns up for you in a daily draw, it is indicating a time for you to step outside of any trying situation to simply take a beat and get your head and heart in order. This card suggests that some time alone, without any outside influence, will help you to get some things straight and to be more objective going forward following a break from life in general. We all need time alone at some point simply to regroup and recharge. The Hermit may indicate that you are entering a period of soul searching, self-reflection and spiritual enlightenment. At some point in adulthood, every one of us goes through at least one period of time when we need to just step outside of ourselves to find a greater understanding of who we truly are. It is possible you have been trying to gain an understanding of what your purpose is here on earth, your true calling and where you are headed in life. It may be a time to fully reassess your values and get your moral compass set back to true north. If you have been dealing with an overly stressful time or extremely difficult life situation, The Hermit may come up for you suggesting you just take some time to yourself to get back on track. Maybe you find yourself at a place in life where you simply want to withdraw from people and society in general for a bit. While there is nothing wrong with this as we all need a break from time to time, you must also know your limits and when the benefits of time alone begin to turn negative. When representing a person, The Hermit speaks of someone who is mature, wise, possessing of great knowledge. It also talks of a person either needing or seeking out the assistance of a counselor, therapist or some other mental health professional. The Hermit may come up to give you permission to focus on yourself and meeting your own needs for a while. And finally, this card may turn up in a daily draw as a warning that you are allowing yourself to be a bit too withdrawn from family, friends, society as a whole and all of this can lead to a very serious battle with depression if left unchecked.
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.