Friday, September 7, 2012

Life Is A Game Of Cards: What’s In Your Hand?


 

Part II: Radio Show Beyond the 5 Senses (Aug. 29/2012)

This blog is a summery and extention of my radio show Beyond the 5 Senses


Tarot card readings revolve around the belief that the cards can be used to gain insight into the past, current and possible future situations of the subject being read. Some people believe they are guided by a spiritual forces during readings, while others believe the cards help them tap into a collective unconscious or Ocean of Gnosis, from the greek word knowledge,  discussed in my Infinite Counsciousness Blog Series.

 

Each radio show begins with a protection blessing. If you are reading this blog you may do the same by cocooning yourself in protective mirrored light that only allows that which is of the highest and best to enter into any Tarot information. Everything else is reflected back from whence it came. We wish it so and therefore it is.

 

During the show, I introduce callers to their personal Conventional Playing Card and Tarot Divination Card by using their birthdates. These are then used for readings and dream interpretations.

 

After the show, I post the readings and additional pertinent information that correlates with the reading on my blog. Callers are identified by their name and area code.

 

Here are their stories, dreams, challenges and triumphs over adversity. And the tarot cards that answered and validated their questions and concerns.

The number seven (7) was a number that kept appearing in the readings- a synchronicity number. Seven is the combination of three (heaven) plus four (earth) which is the duel nature of man. It is a sacred number that shows a complete cycle or period, the seven chaakras, and is the number of  a mysical relationship.

Mely 66 from chat- wanted to know her personal tarot card and had a question.

DOB= April 6= 2 of Spades= 2 of Swords

 Swords are theoretical, clever and very humanitarian. Swards are the suit of experience from thought challenge and observation.  Swards spend much of their life resolving conflict. Their challeng in life is not to lose sight of the need for higher meaning in the lessons they learn.

Two is the number of balance, consideration and cooperation.  Twos go out of their way to lead a balanced, peaceful life.

Two of Swords is the denial or indecision card. The card shows a woman sitting on a bench with the ocean at her back (no escape) with wo swords crossed over her chest in a defensive gesture, wearing a blindfold. The only other card more limiting than this is the eight of swords- where the woman is also bound. 

The Two of Swords is the Deniel or Indecision Card. It is a person who is easily overwhelmed and shuts down when their world is out of balance.  When faced with too many challenges this person goes into a period of stasis while they wait for the situation to be resolved. They need to realize that they have the power (sward) at their fingertips to solve almost anything and only need to set down one sword, lift the blindfold and take a step forward. There is no going back.

Melly’s Q= “I want to know if I will have better relationships. “

A= Melly chose the 7 of cups= The “Your Dreams Can Come True” card. The card shows 7 cups floating before your eyes—within reach, and overflowing with treasures such as gold, castles in the sky, and knowledge in the form of a snake—the kundilini. Illusionary success sourrounded by day dreams. You must be practical. You are looking at a number of possibilities right now—too many to make an easy choice. You are like a kid in a candy store. Patience. Use your number two and find balance. You can make your dreams come true by manifesting the reality you want. 

The Cups suit deals with love-happiness, emotion and empathy. 7 is the number of mystical relationships. Melly asked about relationships and drew a double relationships card.  This is validation.

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Cass wanted to know his personal Tarot Card.

DOB= June 22= 7 of clubs = 7 of Wands

 

This sessions synchronicity numbers of 2 (22) and 7 are in Cass’s cards. (I often find that in multiple card readings, card grouping in the form of numbers and suits appear.)

 

People who are 7s are sensitive, fithful, intuitive and spiritual.

 

The 7 of Wands is the Success Against Opposition Card. It shows a young man holding a wand in the ready positin to do battle with feet securely planted apart for balance.

 

A person who is a Seven of Wands shows courage, determination and will perservere in the face of challenge. It indicates someone willing to fight for beliefs and willing to stand his or her ground.

 

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Gab 19 wanted to know her personal Tarot Birthday Card.

DOB= Sept. 22= 2 of Spades = 2 of Swards

Gab’s numbers are full of 2s. 2 is balance, duality, and the beginning of division of the Whole; God and man. 22 is the second of the master numbers and symbolizes mastery on the mental plane.

People who are 2s are considerate, cooperative and agreeable. They strive to lead a balanced and harmonious life.

People who are Swords are theoretical, clever and very humanitarian. Swards are the suit of experience from thought challenge and observation.  Swards spend much of their life resolving conflict. Their challeng in life is not to lose sight of the need for higher meaning in the lessons they learn.

The 2 of Swords is the Denial or Indicision card. This card shows a blindfolded woman holding two swords crossed over her breasts in a defensive gesture, with the ocean at her back. There is no retreating.   This person is easily overwhelmed when their world is out of balance. Put down a sword, lift your blindfold and face your reality. You have the means to control it. You have incredible weapons at yur fingertips.

Q=Gab askes for a card about  legal proceedings she is going through with her son’s father. She feels overwhelmed.

She chooses number 17 in the Major Arcana= The Star=This is an Inspiration Card.

This is a beautiful card of a nude female figure kneeling beside the pool of spiritual wisdom pouring water of from two pitchers. One is emptied onto the ground, the other into the pool—The Source. The card tells Gab that naked truth represents unveiled truth and purity. Use the truth in court.  

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Kengee wanted to know her Birhday Tarot Card.

DOB= March 2= 6 f Spades= 6 of Swords

 

(The number 2 again appears in the reading.)

 

 People who are 6s seek balance. They are home-loving and dependable. They can be very dreamy and sometimes expect too much from others and life.

 

People who are Swords are clever, theoretical and humanitarian. They ae hard working people with strong wills.

 

The 6 of Swords is the Journey card. It is the picture of a woman and child sitting in a boat being pushed by a ferryman and heading for he far banks of a new life. The six swords (challenges) are stuck in the bottom of the boat and if too heavy can cause prblems in the future by sinking he boat.  Use your clever theoretical mind to be sure ha does not happen.

 

The person who is a 6 of Swords spend much of their life moving away from past troubles and seek new beginnings in life. They have many upheavels and many new beginnings in the form of relatinships and jobs. Journey into a bright future and prosper.  

 

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