Reading Monday, June 27, 2016

Three card reading for Monday, June 27, 2016 is from the Morgan-Greer Tarot (Tarot in a Tin) by Bill Greer & Lloyd Morgan.  US Games Systems, Inc. 1979,1993,2015.

Morgan-Greer Tarot The World – Two of Pentacles – Six of Rods

Today’s reading speaks of balance; balance needed, achieved, maintained.  Rinse and repeat – for balance can be achieved, but constant and careful diligence is necessary to keep it that way. 

The World card represents the end, but also the beginning.  An achievement gained yes, but that’s not the end of the story.  It never is.  There is a sense of completion as a phase is realized and it’s a wonderful feeling, revel in it and appreciate the accomplishment.  Now close your eyes, keeping that satisfied feeling and smile upon your face, and envision your next phase.  What new adventure and wonder are you about to experience?

The Six of Rods is a card of accolades.  And rightly deserved.  The drawback is you don’t want to let your ego get too big for your britches.  Graciousness is the key here.  You deserve the “atta boy’s” and congratulatory slap on the back.  You’ve worked hard for this accomplishment and your efforts should be recognized.  Accept any praise with grace and humility.

Now to bridge the gap with a sense of balance.  The Two of Pentacles is change, fluctuation, motion, adaptability, flexibility, controlled chaos.  The ultimate multi-tasker, able to juggle many things at once and in the midst of turbulence.  To successfully bridge the gap between The World and the Six of Rods, you will need to adopt the skills-set seen in the Two of Pentacles.  A careful blending, balance, and the ability to prioritize everything you are juggling at the moment, will make for a more pleasant day.

“If your determination is fixed, I do not counsel you to despair. Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed not by strength, but perseverance.” ~ Samuel Johnson

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