Keep it up, you know what you're doing
Just don't get too caught up in it.
Hello everyone, and welcome back!
First card- universe/big picture- Queen of Pentacles: Nature, creation within a framework, but perhaps with a tendency to get too absorbed in one's work
Second- point of view- The World: Wholeness, completion, unification. Makes a nice connection with the previous card
Third- the meeting point of the first two-Eight of Pentacles:self expression and development through application of a skill and/or knowledge
Fourth- active influences- Judgement: Great Change, new beginnings
Fifth- passive influence-The Moon:Dreams, subconscious, instinct, bringing something out or these realms but with a risk of getting caught up in it.
Sixth- current, where things are going or can be directed- Three of Pentacles: Work, mastery, skill, secure in one's abilities. We do seem to have a theme going on here.
Seventh- comment on the spread- Eight of Swords: Getting wrapped up in something or unwrapping one's self- which are you doing and why?
Eighth- Will, or its means of manifestation-Ace of Cups: Powerful emotions, but not necessarily negative ones. Happiness, enjoyment- taking joy in one's work?
Ninth- Desire, or its means of manifestation-Four of Swords: Stepping back from a situation or environment and taking a break in order to renew one's perspective.
Tenth- meeting of eighth and ninth-Six of Wands: Flurry of activity, productivity, possibly multiple projects. Success in one's endeavours, but with help from others.
Key card-The Tower: Clearing out something old to make way for the new, not necessarily a positive experience at the time, but not necessarily negative either, and ultimately for the better
.We have three Majors in the spread, and three Pentacles, interesting balance of the purely archetypal and the practical, perhaps this means that things are properly in alignment between these two forces that lie on the opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of manifestation. Next most represented we have two Swords, representing the intellect, a good tool for pulling the archetypal to manifest in the material. One Wands and one Cups, least represented so perhaps creativity and emotion have less of a role to play here.
Two eights, also aligned with intellect, seem to reinforce the above comment regarding Swords. For strings of numbers we have three, four, and six and eight but no five or seven, bringing forced from the formative to stability but nothing focused yet, or perhaps the focus is unnecessary this time.A lack of a seven also may reinforce the above comment regarding emotions.
That's all for now, see you all next week!
WRJ Tarot Musings out. See you next week!