Tarot Reading

Thursday Interactive Tarot Reading – Sep 17th 2020

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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.






The absolute most powerful tool available to each and every one of us is our own mind. The mind is capable of infinite potential, yet it can also be our own worst enemy when given to negativity. One of the things I write about and counsel clients about most often is how we literally create that which we think.

I use the power of manifestation – my own thought process – to draw in business, money and opportunity literally daily. I know first-hand how powerful the mind can be. I hope each of you open yourselves up to this powerful weapon you already possess. The potential is literally endless.

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Tarot Card Draw #1: Seven of Cups

Depicted on the Seven of Cups, upright, is a woman pleading with her higher power, sending up a prayer for something (or someone) she thinks she very much wants or needs. Her higher power is urging her to make a wise choice. I often write about the many choices we each have and that is the primary focus of this card. One of the most important messages being indicated here is to be careful what you wish for. But sometimes simply educating ourselves is not enough to keep us from making the wrong choice. Even here, despite the direction and guidance of her higher power who is literally pointing to the right selection, the woman still stands to make the wrong choice for herself. All too often, we get caught up on instant gratification, especially in today’s age of being able to click a mouse and be talking with someone many thousands of miles away or of receiving your Prime delivery in only 24 hours. This mindset is resulting in some people, usually younger, less experienced persons, having tunnel vision and not looking at the whole bigger picture and the potential ramifications of their choice or any negative effects of getting what they believe to be their heart’s desire (at least in that moment). Another important message of this card is that we should each sometimes thank God for unanswered prayers.

Tarot Card Draw #2: The Magician (Reversed)

The Magician tarot card is much like life in that it can sometimes represent magic as being slight of hand. When it comes up reversed for you in a daily draw, it urges you to proceed with caution, especially when dealing with someone of questionable character. One of the other things The Magician, reversed, urges you to be on the lookout for is opportunity. This card indicates hidden opportunity and unexplored options available to you. It urges you to have confidence in yourself and your abilities, knowledge and skills. Stop comparing yourself to others and know that you deserve what is due you and that you are capable of so much more than you give yourself credit. If there is a particular job you desire but feel you are underqualified, put in for it anyway. You stand to lose nothing by at least trying and may be very pleasantly surprised. If you have been considering asking out your cute neighbor but fear you do not measure up, take a chance anyway and put yourself out there. Again, you have nothing to lose. Maybe they will accept, maybe they will not, but at least you tried. Reversed, The Magician also may turn up for your daily draw to warn against someone in your energies who does not have your best interests in mind. This would be someone looking to use you or take advantage of you in some way. This card serves as a warning about greedy and/or deceitful people around you.

Tarot Card Draw #3: Ace of Swords

The Ace of Swords, upright, shows us a woman brandishing an extra long sword which speaks of mind over matter when viewed with the snow-capped mountains behind her. The sky is filled with white, fluffy clouds indicating the purity of new beginnings which are often heralded by any ace. The mind is an extremely powerful tool with limitless power. It can take you from the absolute darkest of places to the most joyous moments we have experienced, often in the blink of an eye. Swords are a suit that speak on matters of the mind and intellect rather than action. When several swords turn up in a tarot reading, they are expressing that it is not quite the time for action, but rather a time to plan and contemplate your next move. Aces are usually indicators of new beginnings. The Ace of Swords generally talks about planning and preparation as well as making the focused effort and being determined to keep moving forward despite what may lay ahead. While you may be anxious for a change, especially after months of being quarantined and heavily restricted in our daily lives and finances, the time is not yet upon you to take action. Rather sit back and bide your time while mentally processing the potential that lay before you.

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    1. We are glad you found it too, hon! 🙂 Thank you for taking time to read it and post a comment.

    1. You are very welcome, hon! I’m glad it resonated with you and I very much appreciate you taking time to read the posting and add a comment.
      Thank you and blessings.

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