Wildwood : Midweek Reading

It’s hump-day and so, we have a midweek reading, asking the Tarot what to watch out for during the coming week.

My sons drew the cards for this week and we have quite a message! Mercury has gone direct and with it, the message comes through to get rid and listen to what is taught, remembering the abundance of what really matters.

midweekHow do I come to this reply? Major 13 ~ The Journey, is the equivalent of the Death card in the RWS, so we have the ultimate renewal and casting away of what we no longer need. The dead dear no longer need the flesh they once needed, but what they no longer need, the crow can use for food and aid in the body’s transformation and return to the ground.

midweekThe Ten of Arrows is a card of instruction, of listening to the older generation of parent and perhaps, grand-parent, sensei, instructor, teacher. The boy learning shows a skill, but it needs refined, practised, nurtured. Is there a book you need to read, some quiet practice time to be gained or someone who is an expert that you can seek tuition from? I’m now thinking of short courses and doing the homework in finding the right one for you.

midweekThe Six of Bows is the final card and talks of abundance and celebration. With the harvest season having now ended, remember to take the time out to enjoy life with friends and family. Are there cakes to be made? New recipes to try? What and whom do you share your abundance with? What do you need to harvest? Have you celebrated your own triumphs this week?

So, the overall message from this midweek Tarot reading is to allow and perhaps willingly undergo the transformation and change, listen to the wise words of someone older and wiser (listening to their instructions) and allow yourself to celebrate when things finally start to work out.Β  Have you ever heard of the phrase: “If at first you don’t succeed, do it like your mother told you?” It’s a great fridge magnet that I like to recite to the boys when things don’t work out for them and it is perfectly okay to accept advice and instructions from someone with more knowledge.

We can’t know everything, for that way madness lies! And if life is causing you a headache, my Tarot services are available from this page.

6 Replies to “Wildwood : Midweek Reading”

  1. My daughter and I had some laughs about your fridge magnet
    Although it started out with death this has become a really practical reading: reading and baking. I can live with that. Those two thingscan transform a lot: knowledge and weight πŸ˜€

    1. Yes, they can transform a life and your understanding of a situation. πŸ™‚
      Glad you enjoyed my fridge magnet though! I know the kids and I do πŸ˜‰

  2. Hi Louise – that reading sounds just like autumn to me. Taking stock, reflecting, enjoying the harvest. Even seeking advice fits in — did you like how the year went, what could we have done differently, what would others have done… Your son drew well.

    1. Hey Susan πŸ™‚
      I try not to think about what others might have done, I’d end up even more crazy than I am at the moment πŸ˜‰
      And yes, didn’t the boys draw great cards?? They’re 7 and 4 πŸ™‚

  3. Fabulous message for the week, I can see how it has played out for me. I love the set up you have of showing the cards and breaking each one down and putting the overall message at the end. Very easy to read and understand!

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