Weekly Reading: September 11 – 17 2017

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

A tarot card each is drawn for Monday / Tuesday, Wednesday / Thursday and Friday / Saturday / Sunday.

An oracle card is drawn for the week as a summary or something to keep in mind for the week.

Let’s see what this week may bring:

Ace Cups TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Wild Unknown Tarot Weekly Reading

 

Monday / Tuesday

Ace of Cups

 

Do you feel you have “psychic gifts”?

Do you feel psychic or intuitive?

Everyone is intuitive or psychic to some degree or another.

However, many if not most people have to work on developing and strengthening their intuitive/psychic “muscles”.

Perhaps it’s time to work on your psychic skills and further develop your intuition.

Everyone has one or more psychic abilities that are stronger than the other abilities.

You may feel as though you’re receiving more psychic information lately and want to perhaps understand or further develop these abilities and improve them.

Research books and posts online about different abilities, techniques and exercises to practice.

If you’re interested in pursuing your psychic and intuitive abilities, check out our blog post Psychic Development for Beginners – a resource.

 

Eight 8 Pentacles Wild Unknown Tarot Pugs TarotPugs Weekly Reading

 

Wednesday / Thursday

8 of Cups

 

During the middle of the week, it may be time to leave something behind that no longer has a use or purpose.

In The Wild Unknown Tarot, the Eight of Cups is shown with broken glasses.

Not just regular broken glasses, these glasses are shattered beyond repair.

Do you pick up the pieces and try to salvage what’s left?

From the image, it doesn’t look like that’s possible.

Do you leave the pieces where they are?

Do you sweep them up and throw them away?

Something may be beyond fixing and repairing and it may be time to throw something away or have it replaced.

This could be an object that isn’t worth or isn’t possible to fix or repair.

This could also be in regards to relationships that are shattered and can’t be fixed no matter how hard you try.

Sometimes the bridges are burned and there’s no turning back.

Sometimes you can move on and stay together, but something can never go back to the way it once was.

You may likely already know if something is broken in your life, whether it needs to be replaced, thrown away or moved on from.

This may be the sign to let go, let the pieces stay where they are and carry on.

If you try to pick up the pieces or fix the broken pieces, you may end up cutting or hurting yourself in the end.

 

Eight 8 Pentacles Wild Unknown Tarot TarotPugs Pugs Weekly Reading

Friday / Saturday / Sunday

8 of Pentacles reversed

 

Work and/or study may seem tedious and boring, especially on Friday when the weekend is just around the corner.

You may not feel like doing work that you’re supposed to be doing and might rather be focusing on working on your own hobbies and skills that interest you.

Journaling may be therapeutic and helpful, even research and practicing your own skills and techniques that catch your attention and focus.

This weekend could be about personal pursuits and interests or no interest at all in any kind of work or study and truly have a weekend of “nothing” and “slacking.”

If you’re unhappy with your current employment, there may be a desire and realization that the time may come to look for something else.

Perhaps take time to do some soul searching and find what it is that you want to do as a job or career.

Take some time to do research about skills and training required for specific jobs.

This may mean looking into further education to get the job you want.

If feasible, contact a job recruiter to keep an eye out for potential jobs that may become available who can contact you with the details.

 

Waxing Crescent Arcana of Astrology TarotPugs Tarot Pugs Weekly Reading Initiative

 

Weekly Card:

Waxing Crescent – Initiative

 

This week is all about initiative.

Whether it’s learning a new skill, developing skills, leaving something behind or going after what you want, it all takes initiative.

Initiative is what you tell yourself before you get up to do something.

The first step can be the hardest.

After initiative is the follow-through. But without initiative, nothing will happen.

If you want to do something, ask yourself why you want to do it. The answer to that question is your initiative.

Write it down as reminder and place it on your mirror, fridge or desk where you can see it every day.

When you lose sight of your purpose or why you’re doing something, remind your self why you started to find your initiative again.

 

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Blessings,

Stacey & the Tarot Pugs

 

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Card images from The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans and Arcana of Astrology by Black and the Moon.

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