Originally posted by AnonyJai
Alright. So I did a more robust version of the simple "peak into the future" type of spread. Not to get all spooky or anything but I did want some
extra help with yours since I had difficulty connecting with you during your numerology Tarot quick-reading. I had my people talk to your people, in
other words. So if you felt a bit uncomfortable or agitated during the first half of the 6pm pst hour, I'm sorry. If you felt something rather
pleasurable during that time, take this reading as one inspired by those with your best interests at heart.
You - 3 of Wands -
If you've been reading the other readings, you may have noticed this card in the last one. For him, this was also a very
career-oriented drawing. In your
case, however, this is representative of you and not your task. At this point, you have been waiting. There
are more opportunities on the horizon and you know it. The waiting part is what bothers you as you wish to know if you can turn back away from the
airship and go back to your work or if you should wait to see what that airship brings. Considering the orientation and position of this card, I'd
say that your intuition is telling you it is best to wait. But I think you already knew that.
Past - 3 of Coins (Pentacles) -
Look closely at the love and detail he's putting into his work on the large pentacle. He is obviously skilled
and has all the tools he needs to be recognized as good at his profession. This says to me that your work before this last career move was one that
you were very determined with and it paid off. In some ways, you miss the work you used to do but the confidence it gave you (even if not the skills)
is helping you now.
Future - 10 of Wands (upside-down) -
This card has been coming up a lot for me when reading for people, especially with career advice. The
question you had was whether or not you made the right career move. This card tells me that, if you stay with it, it may lead to oppression and being
over burdened if you do not skillfully delegate. Skillful delegation could at least flip the situation to where you are simply carrying a heavy load
but it would at least be worth it at that point. By "delegation", think outside the basic office definition of the word. You can delegate to tools,
services, and people. Your options to make your current profession manageable are there but it is paramount that you seize them vigilantly in order
to not get overwhelmed. Again, this is if you stick with your current professional path and this can change based on your handling of the fifth
Root/Base - The Devil -
In most Tarot decks I read, I am influenced by the Rider-Waite interpretations of the cards along with the artists
intentions. The Devil card is one of the exceptions. It is such a personal card in the sense that the artist very much has their own take. You
chose this deck which means you dig his sense of composition and direction from the author. The Divine Legacy "The Devil" is as handsome as they
come. He is ripped and bare chested. He is the epitome of both desire and envy.
In the lower left, you will see The Fool cowering from The Devil. In case you are not familiar with how the 22 card in the Major Arcana are arranged,
I'll break it down. The Fool is the main character and the 22 cards are his journey to the end (The World). This is the part of his journey where he
is tempted and all four of his senses of the elements are used to tantalize (The Devil is holding a Pentacle, Cup, Sword, and a Wand).
This tells me that, at the root of your issue, there is a conflict of interests. The profession you chose has many of the things you desire but, on a
certain level of your being, you are still trying to complete your journey in which this job seems to be in the way of. This does not mean that your
current career can't be compatible with your inner harmony but, in its current iteration, your job seems to be in the way of the journey.
Opportunity - 5 of Cups -
This card is one of regrets. You can see her sorrow at the three broken cups on the ground and she is clutching
tightly to the two in her hands. As an "opportunity", this means to put the painful losses behind you and move the heck on. Those two cups are more
than enough and you've had less before. Besides, the two
of Cups (what you'd be left with if you moved on) is a card of choices. If you cut
your losses and stop dwelling, you will be presented with much better options. If you dwell, you will only have your current career as an option.
I would turn my back on the past and await the new opportunities. Ones that will never come until you are willing to let go. Until then, it is
impossible to know if your current job is the "right" one. You will make the right choice as it will be obvious when you see it in that air ship.
edit on 8-5-2013 by Cuervo because: Darned italics...