Weekly Reading

Weekly Reading: July 31 – August 6 2017

TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Pug Weekly Reading Wild Unknown Compendium Constellations

This week’s reading is done with The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans and Compendium of Constellations by Black and the Moon.

Let’s see what this week may bring:

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Monday / Tuesday

The Devil

 

Everyone has shadows and/or skeletons in the closet; things we do or allow to happen that aren’t good for us. However, we try to carry on, live our lives the best we can.

Eventually, we have to face these aspects or parts of ourselves or they can turn up and appear at inconvenient times.

Everyone has their own inner demons; we learn to live with them as best we can; sometimes we choose to ignore them for as long as we can.

We may need to focus on our shadow selves as there may be something that wants to get our attention. This may finally free ourselves from something that has a hold on us.

Whether this is an obsession, addiction, behaviour/mental issue, thought patterns, relationships, the past, etc., these no longer have to chain us.

This may require some work to explore and gain insight; to work on these matters and issues from within that may just be the beginning of something liberating.

 

TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Pug Mother Wands Wild Unknown

 

Wednesday / Thursday

Mother of Wands reversed

 

When the inner gates open from within, it can open deep wounds and feelings from the past and present.

This may cause us to take a self-protective attitude that may cause us to lash out at anyone who encroaches on our territory or personal space.

Try not to close off from other people who may still need assistance and help. People may ask for help or favours, so try to be generous if you can help, or politely decline if you can’t feel up to it.

There may be issues that bring up past memories which can create an emotional imbalance or reaction.

This may be for example if a friend, family member or loved one does something that is similar to what someone in the past did and this triggers a painful reaction.

Try to remember to separate what’s happening now and what happened then.

Most likely the person today doesn’t know or doesn’t remember about the past incident, so reacting harshly will likely catch them off guard.

People may unknowingly be annoying or bothersome unintentionally, so patience will be needed to work with or around others. Moods may swing between “hot and cold”.

We should try not to withdraw our warmth and compassion for others, even though we may have a lot going on from within. Someone may be in need of your warmth, kindness and generosity.

 

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Friday / Saturday / Sunday

2 of Pentacles Reversed

 

It may be a struggle to make ends meet this weekend, which may mean having to pull money and resources from other places in order to have enough.

If making purchases or paying bills, it could mean that you may have to look at all revenues, different places and sources to have enough money for what is needed.

There may be difficulty with collaborations, getting plans to work, making arrangements. This could mean back-and-forth phone calls, text messages and emails.

This could reflect also an imbalance in the physical and spiritual world for us; too much time in one aspect means the other is neglected.

There could also be an imbalance in other areas of our lives, not having enough energy to take care of more than one thing or aspect in our lives.

This could mean juggling between a side-business and a day job, home life and work life, family life and personal life, etc.

If we’re juggling more than one thing or trying to multitask, we may feel that it’s not good enough or done well enough.

This may mean having to look at better managing our time; looking at a new way of doing things.

Try to do some meditation techniques this weekend to find the centre and balance in life.

 

TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Pug Death Hydra Compendium Constellations

 

Weekly Card:

Hydra – Death

 

In Western culture and modern times, death is almost taboo and not openly talked about in an open and heartfelt way. For the most part, as a society, death is misunderstood.

Death in every sense is painful for those left behind; it’s not easy to handle even if we’ve had time to prepare.

Death is part of life, it’s inevitable; but it is the way to unify with Spirit again – to go “home.”

Death is cyclic and part of life on Earth and in the Universe.

However, remember that all matter is comprised of energy and the laws of physics state that energy can’t be destroyed – only transformed and changed.

Death is a transformation.

This week, we may experience a transformation, an ending, something comparable to “death” that it may be an ending.

We may experience a release, letting go, a farewell. This may be a part of us that we say goodbye to or it may be outside of ourselves.

The weekly card for this week asks, “what does Death mean to you?”

How does it apply to you? What do you need or have to say farewell to? What is coming to an end?

 

Blessings,
Stacey & the TarotPugs

 

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Title image designed in Canva.
Card images from The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans ©2016 and Compendium of Constellations by Kim Krans ©2017. All rights reserved.

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