Wildwood : Follow the Path

Path working is hard work and taking Tarot advice as you walk along life’s winding road, can be a good thing. If you want to know, ask. If you don’t want to know, avoid asking.

This week, I’ve taken the Pathway Spread that the deck comes with to ask: What do I need to know this week? As usual, the Wildwood has been somewhat direct. This deck never misses its mark. (It never misses me and hits the wall)

What’s the issue, dear?! Three of Arrows ~ Jealousy
Emotions may be tense this coming week. Now, I know that there’s a few eclipses to occur and that things are messed up, hung up and delayed in a meandering loop until around the tenth of October. Until then, due to the angst of not being able to drive things forward, there may be feelings of resentment that can be destructive. This internal anger can be aimed towards family, friend or those we work with daily. The path of anger can be devastating. Be careful with those emotions.

What’s the action to avoid? Major 5 ~ The Ancestor
This card is all about following a new path, trusting your inner voice. So, why is this bad? Your inner voice may well be not be coming from a place that is deep and quiet in The Wildwood. It’s not time to begin the path again, but to carry on from where you were. On this note, the aspects of the Ancestor that I feel I should keep are overpowering strength (to not lose my temper) and patience of nature.

What’s the action to take? King of Vessels ~ The Heron
This fellow is all about playing fair. He’ll wait for the penny to drop in someone’s psyche. To me, the King of Vessels is linked to Cancer and Cancerians are patient. They’re quite prepared to give someone time to come around to their way of thinking. They’ll plant their little seeds of thoughts and watch as, a little time later, you think of the idea and claim it as your own! Patience is not one of my virtues, I’m as sure as hell I was at the back of the queue for patience, if there was a queue there at all! Being like my father in temperament isn’t a bad thing, I’m not that sure I can be him, or even come close to his standards.

For the remainder of this week, patience and quiet strength are the signposts of this meandering path of life, but succumbing to jealous emotions isn’t. We’re in a six-week holding pattern, start playing nice. Okay, Wildwood, think I’ve got this sussed. Thanks!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this mid-week reading. My Tarot consultations are far more dynamic and interactive though!