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Daily Tarot Reading for 11-2-2017


The card for today is the Five of Cups. Like for yesterday’s card, the theme is appreciating what you have, not what you don’t have. Life is like the tide of the ocean. When the tide goes out, that doesn’t mean that the water is gone forever. The water comes back to the shore, refreshed and new.

So go with the flow. Know that any sorrow or disappointment you feel is temporary. Not only will you soon gain back what you feel you have lost, but you already have emotional support around you right now among your family and friends.

However, if there is no one around to support you, there is still a pathway—a bridge—to cross to the other side of this temporary setback. Pick your head up and look around. You will see it.

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Daily Tarot Reading for 9-26-2017


Today’s card is the Five of Cups. This is a time where your emotions are very intense. If things aren’t going according to plan or if there is a disappointment, it may feel as if all is lost. In times like these, you may forget that you have more support from others and your own personal strength than you think.

For instance, if you have had an argument with someone you care about, know that it doesn’t have to be the end of the relationship Or, if a relationship truly is over, it’s because there are better things waiting for you. Apply this principle to your particular situation.

So mourn for a little bit, then realize that you have strong emotional backup either in family or friends or in yourself. Once you pick you head up, you will see that there is a clear path to happiness and fulfillment. You have the choice to walk that path or to continue to wallow in uncomfortable emotions.

Daily Tarot Reading for 8-14-2017


Good morning, all! Today’s card is the Five of Cups. You may be feeling emotionally unbalanced —  sad, insecure, disappointed, frustrated. You may feel that you have experienced a loss. Perhaps something in your life did not turn out the way you wanted it to. You may feel like this is the end of the road , that there is nothing you can do to make the situation better. You may be in despair. However, you must ask yourself these questions: Is it as bad as I’m making it out to be? Do I have other resources to fall back on?

The answer to the second question is yes. You have family and friends who would be happy to give you the emotional support you need. Even though you feel disappointment, this  is only a temporary setback. You can try again and very likely have better results. If nothing else, you are stronger than you think you are. You will be able to bounce back.

So while it’s ok to mourn your losses, don’t forget to count your blessings, as well. When it is all said and done, tap into what you have instead of what you don’t have. Mine your resources and pick up where you left off.