My last Tarot reading reflected a time of emotional and personal turmoil. While those situations are not yet resolved, I have reached a point where I feel mostly calm. I have even begun to feel bored again, wondering what to do next to liven up my dull routine… Are you feeling bored? Perhaps today’s Daily Tarot Reading will offer some guidance.
1, Work – Page of Swords & Ten of Pentacles
Are you allowing other people to dictate the way you work? Maybe you feel undervalued. Now is a good time to assert your authority. Step up and own your natural skills and ability. Your talent is valid and deserving of praise. Be bold and pursue what fulfills you.
2, Home – Ace of Swords
You have lots of ideas and now is the time to make them reality. Start with the small tasks and you will feel better able to envision the bigger projects that you face. Now is as good a time as any to get started!
3, Unexpected – Nine of Swords
Are you prone to depression or anxiety? If not, then you might be surprised when a sudden bout of panic hits you. Whilst life has settled down again, a change of circumstance could knock your confidence and leave you reeling. Be aware and know that you will come through the challenge.
4, Your Role – The Devil
When you are bored, your attitude may become more reckless. You may find yourself tempted to do something out of character, to take a risk. Is it worth it? Consider what you would throw away for a quick fix of fun. Maybe that cake would spoil your carefully controlled diet. Perhaps you feel tempted to do something destructive in your personal relationship. Take a moment to assess the pros and cons.
5, Outcome – Four of Pentacles
Trust your own judgement in matters of personal finance. While you were taught to obey authority figures, in this situation you know best. You have work to do, but you have started. Now you must see it through to the end. Continue to research and record all options, and you will be happy with the result. Remember, it will take time, but it will be worth the effort.
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