Welcome to the mid-week Tarot Story Board. What do we have to do to clear our thoughts this week? Lets explore!
The reading this week is as much for me as it is for me to share with you for your own interpretation, but lets see what the story board looks like, shall we?
The Queen of Arrows, the lady who might turn around and say: “I told you so” or give you “that” look that says those immortal words. However, if you want an honest answer, she’ll give it to you. If you want lies, don’t visit this lady. I associate this card with Sagittarius, (more so than Leo and Aries) the fiery, clear, direct communicator. There’s no beating about the bush with this lady!
She knows what she’s thinking and why she’s thinking it, but if you want to know, you’d better ask her. Just, be prepared for the oh, so honest reply!
The Seven of Bows is pretty self-explanatory, it’s time to tidy up, clear the decks, sort things out, recycle (or indeed, up-cycle) what you can, then get on with clearing the debris. There’s some effort to be made in doing this, so sitting on your bum and lamenting “oh woe is me”, “aren’t I hard-done-by”, “I can’t do it”. Only if you let yourself be hard done by or be told you can’t. Wield the axe, clear the ground.
The Ten of Stones shows me the where and why of the first two, which is home. The sanctuary that we each make for ourselves . This might seem simple, but it’s how I read them.
How this weeks story board reads at the moment is more about clearing the mind of clutter, of being clear of what we want (Queen of Arrows) and clearing away the clutter of our minds (7 of Bows) to make the home environment more appealing and harmonious.
These three might also indicate house repairs, talking to people about those repairs or improving the house.
Since I’ve started writing this post, some other things have transpired (away from the bricks and mortar of home). Note that the Swan is swimming away from us. If someone is doing or making you mentally lose it, swim away (or you can walk, run, block, disengage some other way) but don’t drop anchor and try to reason with stupid or ugly. I’ve found there’s very little point. Be direct and clear, but you don’t need to be a bitch about it.
If you’d like to book your non-bitchy, but honest & helpful Tarot reading with me, you can do so via this page.Deck used was The Wildwood Tarot, written and created by the talented Mark Ryan & John Matthews, illustrated by the fabulous Will Worthington.