Daily message

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Deck: 1909 Waite Smith (By A.E. Waite & P. Colman Smith)
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Daily message

Seven of Pentacles: Keywords: Patience, Investment, Growth, Assessment, Harvesting

Affirmation: I patiently cultivate my goals and investments, knowing that my efforts will bear fruitful results.

Meaning: Seven of Pentacles signifies a period of reflection, evaluation, and reaping the rewards of your efforts. It represents a time when you are taking a step back to assess the progress made so far and to determine if adjustments or further investment is needed. The card suggests that you have put in the work and now it's time to patiently await the results. It encourages you to trust in the process, have faith in your abilities, and be open to making necessary changes for long-term success. The Seven of Pentacles brings a sense of patience, anticipation, and the potential for fruitful outcomes.

Numerology: It is associated with the number 7. The number 7 in numerology is considered a highly spiritual number. It represents a time of introspection and inner growth, where one delves into deeper levels of consciousness and seeks higher wisdom. It signifies the integration of intellect and intuition.

Astrology: It is associated with the planet Saturn and the astrological sign of Taurus.

Elements: Earth

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Queen of Pentacles: Keywords: Nurturing, Abundance, Practicality, Stability, Security

Affirmation: I am nurturing and abundant, providing a stable and loving environment for myself and others.

Meaning: Queen of Pentacles signifies a person who is practical, nurturing, and abundant. It represents a time of stability, financial security, and the ability to provide for oneself and others. The card suggests that you are grounded in the physical world, taking a practical approach to life, and embodying qualities of generosity and nurturance. It encourages you to create a harmonious home environment, prioritize self-care, and cultivate abundance in all aspects of your life. The Queen of Pentacles brings a sense of nurturing, stability, and the potential for material and emotional well-being.

Elements: Water of Earth

Numerology: No number associated with it.

Astrology: It is associated with the planets Saturn, Jupiter and Mars and the astrological sign of Sagittarius or Capricorn.

Daily message - tarot reading by m-c
Daily message - tarot reading by m-c
Daily message - tarot reading by m-c
Spread: Free-form spread
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Calcite

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This stone has just joined my collection ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Oracle reading

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Thank you guarding angels ๐Ÿ‘ผ
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Candle light reading ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Deck: Dondorf Lenormand (Images scanned and donated by Petra Gilbert)
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25 - Ring: Keywords: commitment, partnership, contract, agreement, loyalty, union, promise, stability, connection, long-term

Meaning: It represents commitments, partnerships, contracts, and long-term connections. It symbolizes a bond, a promise, or a formal agreement between individuals. The Ring card often suggests the presence of a significant relationship, whether it's a romantic partnership, a business alliance, or a contractual agreement. It can represent loyalty, commitment, and the fulfillment of obligations. The card can also symbolize cycles, continuity, or the completion of a circle. It carries an energy of stability, permanence, and the potential for long-lasting connections.

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23 - Mice: Keywords: loss, worry, anxiety, deterioration, erosion, stress, small setbacks, nibbling away, depletion, problems

Meaning: It represents loss, worry, anxiety, and small but persistent problems. It symbolizes a situation or issue that is causing stress, erosion, or gradual deterioration. The Mice card often suggests the presence of something that is gradually draining energy, resources, or well-being. It can represent worries, anxieties, or the need to address and resolve small but persistent problems. The card can also symbolize a sense of insecurity, loss, or the feeling of something nibbling away at one's stability. It serves as a reminder to take action, address concerns, and proactively manage issues to prevent further deterioration.

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4 - House: Keywords: home, family, stability, comfort, security, roots, domesticity, foundation, property, stability

Meaning: It represents the concept of home, family, stability, and a sense of security. It signifies the physical home and the domestic environment, as well as the broader idea of roots, traditions, and ancestral connections. The House card often suggests a focus on matters related to one's living situation, family dynamics, and the comfort and stability found within the home. It can also indicate a sense of belonging, a place of retreat, or the need for a nurturing and supportive environment.

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28 - Man (aka Gentleman): Keywords: masculinity, male, authority, leadership, father figure, partner, individual, influence, action, identity

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19 - Tower: Keywords: isolation, authority, institution, solitude, confinement, boundaries, structure, detachment, observation, power

Meaning: It represents isolation, solitude, authority, and structure. It symbolizes a sense of detachment, boundaries, or a need for independence. The Tower card often suggests a period of introspection, self-reflection, or a focus on personal boundaries. It can represent a sense of being alone, seeking solitude, or retreating from the outside world. The card can also symbolize authority figures, institutions, or the need for structure and discipline. It can signify a desire for security, a need for organization, or a reflection on one's own personal power and influence.

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30 - Lily: Keywords: isolation, authority, institution, solitude, confinement, boundaries, structure, detachment, observation, power

Meaning: It represents isolation, solitude, authority, and structure. It symbolizes a sense of detachment, boundaries, or a need for independence. The Tower card often suggests a period of introspection, self-reflection, or a focus on personal boundaries. It can represent a sense of being alone, seeking solitude, or retreating from the outside world. The card can also symbolize authority figures, institutions, or the need for structure and discipline. It can signify a desire for security, a need for organization, or a reflection on one's own personal power and influence.

Keywords: wisdom, serenity, maturity, calmness, harmony, peace, longevity, relaxation, spirituality, healing

Meaning: It represents peace, harmony, wisdom, and maturity. It symbolizes a sense of calm, serenity, and inner balance. The Lily card often suggests the presence of wisdom, experience, and a serene presence. It can represent a period of stability, personal growth, or the attainment of a state of inner peace. The card can also symbolize the qualities of patience, grace, and spiritual growth. Additionally, the Lily card can represent aspects related to aging, maturity, or generational wisdom. It carries an energy of tranquility, refinement, and the potential for emotional and spiritual well-being.

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35 - Anchor: Keywords: stability, security, perseverance, reliability, grounding, steadfastness, endurance, stability, trust, staying power

Meaning: It represents stability, security, perseverance, and a solid foundation. It symbolizes a sense of grounding, resilience, and staying rooted amidst challenges. The Anchor card often suggests the presence of a stable situation, a reliable anchor point, or a strong sense of stability. It can represent a secure job, a committed relationship, or a solid foundation in one's life. The card can also symbolize the need for patience, persistence, and long-term planning. It carries an energy of steadfastness, resilience, and the potential for enduring success. Additionally, the Anchor card can represent a sense of purpose, inner strength, and the ability to weather storms with grace.

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11 - Whip (aka Rod, Broom): Keywords: conflict, argument, tension, discipline, challenges, aggression, control, struggle, punishment, assertiveness

Meaning: It represents conflict, tension, arguments, and repetitive patterns. It symbolizes a situation or dynamic characterized by friction, disagreement, or repetitive cycles of behavior. The Whip card often suggests the presence of conflict, power struggles, or challenges that need to be addressed. It can represent internal or external conflicts, verbal disputes, or a need for resolution and healing. The Whip card can also indicate the need for assertiveness or the potential for learning and growth through facing challenges. However, it's important to approach the interpretation of this card with caution, as it can also represent physical or emotional harm in certain contexts.

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22 - Crossroad (aka Path, Road): Keywords: choice, decision, options, opportunities, turning point, transition, direction, uncertainty, dilemma, multiple paths

Meaning: It represents choices, decisions, opportunities, and potential paths. It symbolizes a moment of decision-making or a pivotal juncture in life where different options are available. The Crossroads card often suggests the need to consider different paths, weigh the pros and cons, and make a choice that aligns with one's goals and values. It can represent a period of transition or a significant decision that may have long-lasting consequences. The card can also symbolize the need for flexibility, adaptability, and embracing change. It carries an energy of possibilities and the recognition that one's choices can shape their future.

Candle light reading ๐Ÿ˜Š - tarot reading by m-c
Candle light reading ๐Ÿ˜Š - tarot reading by m-c
Spread: Lenormand box spread
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Oracle today

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Daily draw

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Daily draw - tarot reading by m-c
Deck: 1909 Waite Smith (By A.E. Waite & P. Colman Smith)
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Do

Seven of Pentacles: Meaning: Seven of Pentacles signifies a period of reflection, evaluation, and reaping the rewards of your efforts. It represents a time when you are taking a step back to assess the progress made so far and to determine if adjustments or further investment is needed. The card suggests that you have put in the work and now it's time to patiently await the results. It encourages you to trust in the process, have faith in your abilities, and be open to making necessary changes for long-term success. The Seven of Pentacles brings a sense of patience, anticipation, and the potential for fruitful outcomes.

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King of Swords: Meaning: King of Swords signifies a time of mental clarity, leadership, and the ability to make wise decisions. It represents a period when you are able to take charge of a situation, apply logic and reason, and communicate your thoughts effectively. The card suggests that you possess strong analytical skills, intellectual maturity, and the ability to see the bigger picture. It encourages you to embrace your leadership qualities, assert your authority when necessary, and make decisions based on fairness and integrity. The King of Swords brings a sense of wisdom, objectivity, and the potential for effective leadership.

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Advice

14 โ€“ Temperance: Meaning: The Temperance card signifies the need for patience, moderation, and finding a balanced approach to life. It suggests that by integrating opposing forces or finding a compromise, you can achieve a sense of inner peace and stability. It encourages you to practice self-control, adaptability, and a harmonious coexistence with others. The Temperance card is associated with healing, reconciliation, and the integration of different aspects of yourself.

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Facing a challenge spread

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Deck: 1909 Waite Smith (By A.E. Waite & P. Colman Smith)
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The challenge: the nature of the challenge, what you need to know about it

Five of Cups: Keywords (reversed card): Acceptance, Healing, Emotional recovery, Moving on, Finding joy

Meaning (reversed card): In reverse, Five of Cups' meaning can indicate acceptance, emotional healing, or the ability to find solace and renewal after a period of grief or disappointment. It may suggest a shift in perspective, a release of negative emotions, or the realization that there is still hope and potential for positive change. Reversed, the card advises you to reflect on any areas where you may have already begun the process of healing or where you are finding the strength to move on from past disappointments. It encourages you to embrace the lessons learned from your experiences and to focus on the possibilities for emotional renewal and growth.

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Your strength: your greatest strength to use when facing this challenge

King of Cups: Keywords (reversed card): Emotional volatility, Lack of empathy, Emotional manipulation, Indecision, Moodiness

Meaning (reversed card): In reverse, King of Cups' meaning can indicate emotional volatility, manipulation, or an imbalance in managing your own emotions or the emotions of others. It may suggest a need to address any emotional reactivity, work on developing better emotional boundaries, or seek to bring more balance and stability to your emotional life. Reversed, the card advises you to reflect on any areas where you may be neglecting your own emotional well-being or struggling to navigate emotional situations effectively. It encourages you to prioritize self-care, develop emotional resilience, and seek support when needed.

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Your weakness: your biggest weakness to be careful of regarding this challenge

Ten of Swords: Keywords (reversed card): Recovery, New beginnings, Resilience, Rebuilding, Rising above

Meaning (reversed card): In reverse, Ten of Swords' meaning can indicate a gradual recovery, healing, or the easing of pain and burdens. It may suggest that you are beginning to find closure or move beyond a challenging situation. Reversed, the card advises you to reflect on any areas where you are actively working towards healing, letting go of pain, or seeking new opportunities for growth. It encourages you to embrace resilience, nurture self-compassion, and focus on the potential for renewal.

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Advice: interpret this card as advice for using your strength to counterbalance your weakness and thereby successfully face a challenge

Eight of Pentacles: Keywords (reversed card): Lack of focus, Lack of progress, Mediocrity, Burnout, Poor craftsmanship

Meaning (reversed card): In reverse, Eight of Pentacles' meaning can indicate a lack of focus, a feeling of monotony, or a sense of dissatisfaction with your work. It may suggest a need to reassess your priorities, find new challenges, or seek inspiration to reignite your passion. Reversed, the card advises you to reflect on any areas where your dedication may be wavering or where you may need to adjust your approach to find fulfillment. It encourages you to explore new avenues, seek learning opportunities, or consider taking a break to regain your motivation.

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This is the car that was at the back of the deck. It gives me additional insights about the reading.

15 โ€“ The Devil: Keywords (reversed card): Liberation, Breaking free, Release, Enlightenment, Seeing through illusions

Affirmation: I release negative attachments and embrace my freedom and inner light.

Meaning (reversed card): In reverse, The Devil signifies the release from bondage, liberation, breaking free from limiting beliefs, and overcoming materialism. It suggests a newfound sense of freedom, inner transformation, and a willingness to confront and transcend the negative influences or patterns that have held us back. It calls for self-awareness, breaking free from unhealthy attachments, and reclaiming personal power to live an authentic and fulfilling life.

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Spread: Facing a challenge spread by Barbara Moore
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Health check spread

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From the book โ€œtarot spreadsโ€ by Barbara Moore.
Health check spread - tarot spread shared by m-c
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Head
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Throat and thyroid
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Lungs, nerves and shoulders
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Stomach and breasts
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Heart and spine
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Intestines and lower back
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Kidneys and colon
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Reproductive organs
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Hips and tights
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Knees, joints and bones
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Circulation and ankles
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Feet, immune system, mental issues and addictions
Spread author: Barbara Moore
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I love tarot and oracles. I use the tarot since 2016 and started to learn Lenormand in 2020.

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