Happy Tarot Tuesday everybody! I hope you’re all having a wonderful start to your week, as always. This week I chose to look at a career reading I did awhile back, the same one featured in listing photos for the Three Card Career Reading.
This reading is intuitive–unlike other readings I offer, cards do not have a set meaning and I deduce the meanings of the cards on my own using intuition and any background information I have available. This reading can also be used to answer a question.
The following reading was done by myself, for myself. I used the Raven’s Prophecy deck by Maggie Stiefvater.
Three Card Career Tarot Reading
Wheel of Fortune:
The Wheel of Fortune shows symbols of the seasons, a reminder that the Earth is in a constant state of change and transition. This is a warning that changes are coming. Don’t be afraid of change, though. Go with the flow, and see changes as new opportunities. Don’t let uncertainty and fear prevent you from chasing these opportunities!
This makes a lot of sense for me, as when I originally did this reading I was about to head to a job interview. I was feeling very nervous about the prospect of another job in addition to Tarot Treat and my classwork. I see this as a sign to go for it–I can handle it, and the only thing holding me back is my own fear.
Ace of Wands:
In general, aces speak of new opportunity. This rings true for the Ace of Wands–especially for creative projects. If there are any projects you’ve been thinking about starting, go for it. Pick up or work on projects. Don’t get caught up in the planning phase–act now. Use the energy and excitement you have for the project to make fast project.
As you can tell, I did just that. When I completed this reading, I didn’t have a website, and I’d been slowly progressing for several months. When I saw this card, I saw it as a signal to get it done. And, as you can see, I did.
Knight of Swords:
The Knight of Swords is another passionate and energetic person. However, they can also be very caught up in the logical process of projects, or get caught up in talking about ideas rather than doing them. As per the theme, just get it done. Don’t only pursue the mental aspects of a project, but also do the physical work.
Again referring to my website, I tend to get caught up in research before acting on anything. I found myself spending an excessive amount of time reading about starting blogs and legal things rather than just starting the blog. After this reading, I decided I would rather get the website out there and change it than try to make it perfect before publishing it.