What do you do when you’re stuck? The Wildwood offers help.
Getting stuck with what to do next is often the way of the world we now live in. Working out the next step or getting unstuck, can be hard. The Tarot is great for helping you articulate those thoughts into something tangible. It also helps if someone who can read the cards, can be your confidante and give you the time to think.
So, you’re stuck. You want to be unstuck. You’ve come to a cross-roads and you don’t know which way to go, it’s often good to sit and think, but if you can’t think, I find the Tarot really helpful in getting over the obstacle in question.
Do you move house? Move the kids? Stay where you are? How do you improve your finances? What do you do about your boss? Why can’t you get on with a colleague?
Being stuck doesn’t mean that you have to stay there. A lot of the being stuck is to do with how you’re thinking about it, so, let’s get you unstuck by tackling that.
What’s the issue, dear? The Mirror comes out to ask you to give form to the issue. Things aren’t clear about what you perceive to be the issue, so reflect back and think. Is it emotions that are being stirred up that you dislike? Do you dislike someone and can’t fathom out why? What emotions do you feel when you think about this issue?
The answer lies in what you’re feeling and why. Once you work that part out, you get the chance to deal with the why and how. That’s the last card, so lets see where you’re wanting to go to, shall we?
Where am I going to? There’s not another suitcase in another hall, you don’t have to keep running and you’re not going to hide any more either. This Knight as the destination card indicates that you want to be clear on what you are willing to do. Until now though, you’ve not been, which has contributed to the feeling of feeling stuck. Did the cat get your tongue? Well, lets put it back!
The Knight is one of the “go-get-em” brigade, they just do what they feel is right and consequences be damned. The need to say what is on their mind, to take action, outweighs the middle card. Being silent and tongue-tied just isn’t an option any more.
You’ve been scared to speak up, fear has probably held you back, but it doesn’t have to.
There is nothing to fear, but fear itself, so said Franklin D Roosevelt when he became president. Fear is a challenge to be overcome and if people aren’t around you after you’ve spoken, then were they ever “on your side” to begin with? Is their loss such a hardship or drastic to your life? If so, you’re going to need a private reading. If not, it’s time to stand up tall (metaphorically if you have to) and face the challenge.
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