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Abandon All Hope Thy Who Pulled The Star

I kept pulling The Star whenever I do a tarot spread during the past couple of months. Be it a new moon, full moon or monthly tarot spread. I should be delighted. The Star is one of the most positive cards in the tarot.

Of pinned hopes and granted wishes.

All these would be a good omen to get if it hadn’t keep turning up on the release/let go part of the spread. Repeatedly.

I knew what it has been trying to tell me. But I kept ignoring it until I couldn’t anymore. So the last time The Star appeared on my tarot spread, I pulled it aside and half-yelled at it that:

Yes, I get it. I must let go of holding on to hopes this year!

I shall… surrender. Hopefully, it will stop appearing in an unfavorable position going forward.

Tarot Cards

My Deck Deciding Tarot Cards

Whenever I like a tarot deck, enough to consider getting it, I have a set of go to cards that help me to make the decision whether it’s a deck I want invite into my life. Though it’s not a hard and fast rule, I follow it most of the time as it helps to culled my obsession over tarot decks.

Here are the cards I look for in the new deck that help me to make the decision:

Major Arcana: The Fool (I don’t like decks where it looks like The Fool is deliberately falling off the cliff), Strength (it’s the number 8 – my fave number. Also it’s strength/power – something I gratify towards), The Hermit (ultimate Virgo card), The Hanged Man (my tarot birth card), The Tower (my fave “bad card”) and The Star (the wish card).

Minor Arcana: Eight of Wands in the Wands suits (travel card), Ten of Cups in the Cups suits (my idea of contentment), Six of Swords in the Swords suits (the ultimate healing card) and Nine of Pentacles in the Pentacles suits (the energy I wish to emulate in life. My dream state of life).

Court Cards: I don’t rely on court cards to decide whether to get a tarot deck or not, but sometimes, I look at their Queens. Even then, it’s only the Queen of Wands (my fave among the four Queens) and on rarer occasion, the Queen of Swords (the Queen I relate the most with).

Starting New Job Tarot Spread

I am starting the new job tomorrow. A bit nervous and a lotta excited. I did a self-reading just now to get the clarity kick that all new job starters seek I suppose.

Here is the spread:

  1. Tell me about the new job?
  2. How can I adapt and excel in the new job?
  3. What will the job give to me?
  4. What will I bring to the new job?
  5. Lesson to be learned from the new job?
  6. How will the new job change me?

Here is the reading that I did for myself:

  1. Tell me about the new job? 7 of Pentacles
  2. How can I adapt and excel in the new job? Eight of Swords
  3. What will the job give to me? 10 of Pentacles
  4. What will I bring to the new job? Star
  5. Lesson to be learned from the new job? Two of Swords
  6. How will the new job change me? Queen of Pentacles

Everyday Witch Tarot Deck Interview

1. Your vibe:

The Star.

2. What type of reading suits you best/What are you good at?

Temperance.

3. What is a challenge for you?

Page of Cups.

4. How to treat you?

Knight of Cups.

5. How do you spill your tea?

The Hierophant.

6. What are you here for?

Eight of Pentacles.

7. Our vibes together:

The Moon.

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