For today I will do a three card daily spread with The tarot of the Hidden Realm. The positions are as follows:
1 The general energy of the day
2 The challenge of the day
3 The gift of today
The cards I drew were:
1 The general energy of the day – Two of Wands
Two playful fairies are flying between the leafs and the blossom of a Rowan tree. They are young and their lives are filled with endless possibilities. While playing and experimenting they will learn what it is they truly want out of life and then they have two options: To keep fluttering from one tree to another or follow their passion, their hearts desire.
2 The challenge of the day – The Emperor
The next step is to bring structure into the mix and to form a plan. However, the challenge here is not to become too rigid, write endless to-do lists and squeeze every drop of the fun out of it. Instead, we might try turn to our inner adult for some fatherly advice.
3 The gift of today – Temperance
Yes, balance is all! The gift is a perfect mix between structure and play, between following a plan and being flexible enough to adjust it and make room for trial and error
I am very pleased to see how these three cards have worked together to affirm my New Moon draw of the Six of Cups (inner child work). These cards highlight the need for play as well as for an adult approach to it.
I never thought of play as a way to decide which direction to go in, but it makes perfect sense. It's sort of like volunteering in different places to figure out where your passion lies. Great reading!ReplyDelete
Thanks Bev. Yes this reminds how easy it was to discover what we'd like as a child. If we only would dare to try new things with the same openmindedness as we used to when we were younger.Delete
So many of us, me included have forgotten how to play, stuck in the ways of the Emperor. I guess Temperance is along to help us find the balance. Nice reading.ReplyDelete
Thank you Carolyn! Yes, Temperance connects the other two cards seemlesslyDelete
Great combination of cards and reading. It makes perfect sense. With a little structured fun, we can have the best day. :) Hope it turned out to be a good one.ReplyDelete
Thanks Cher! This Emperor could be the personification of my planner for this weekend: a few "I have to's "and a lot of "I might's" or "I could"s" :)Delete