He’s phoning, why?
Something becomes more potent the more you concentrate on it.
elicit a firm response.
When the same tarot card keeps appearing, what does that mean?
A recurring card typically represents a message or lesson that you have not fully understood. The querent or you may attach great importance to that card in some way; it may include a message that, when understood, can significantly alter the circumstance you are asking about. However, it is not being heard for some reason.
For instance, the 10 of Wands card has frequently appeared in my life, especially when I push myself too hard or shoulder too many tasks without regard for how I’m feeling. I have a propensity to take on a lot of work just to burn out and be left with little choice but to sit on the couch at home and watch Netflix. It’s kind of like a vicious cycle, and I’m still figuring out how to get out of it. The ten of wands serves as a reminder of the lesson I still have to learn: how to prioritize my goals and seek for assistance when I need it.
You *Just* Had a Tarot Reading
Unless the reading is about a completely new and specific subject, I suggest waiting at least three months between professional tarot readings. Before returning to the cards, let things to develop and alter.
You Want a Redo
I frequently observe people attempting to “chase the right answer.” People will visit several tarot readers or ask the same question repeatedly to the same tarot reading until they receive the response they desire (which, by the law of averages, does happen eventually). This is basically useless!
Your Question Is About Someone Else
Tarot readings are not the solution if your entire line of inquiry is about another person’s thoughts and actions (such as what your ex is up to). Tarot is meant to help you gain understanding of *yourself,* not other people. (A better option would be to reconsider and rephrase your query as if you were looking for help on how to move past your split.)
You’re Looking for Medical Advice
Simply said, neither physical nor mental health concerns can be diagnosed or treated using the cards. Some things are better left in the hands of medical specialists rather than tarot readers!
What cards in the tarot signify a breakup?
A breakup in a relationship can be extremely discouraging and painful. How can you tell if a relationship is about to end by looking at the Tarot cards? The following are my top 10 Tarot cards for ending relationships.
The ten of swords
It is immediately apparent from the picture on the Ten of Swords that this card is about a difficult, dramatic, and possibly unexpected conclusion. This breakup has left you feeling incredibly hurt and betrayed, and it will take you many months or maybe years to recover from this trying experience. Nevertheless, have faith because this Ten portends the start of a fresh cycle in life and fresh beginnings.
The Hermit is a lone person who symbolizes a period of seclusion and detachment from society. This, in my opinion, is a sign of being “single” and using the opportunity to consider one’s spiritual and personal aspirations. Therefore, even if it isn’t quite a “break-up” card, it does imply a period of solitude and independence.
What strong imagery there is in the Tower once more! A lightning strike occurs, the structure catches fire, and people run for the windows. This card represents intense unrest or a significant upheaval that makes you reevaluate how you perceive the world. When you were just beginning to feel secure and at ease in your relationship, something happened that turned everything upside down. You are now dealing with a significant transition, like possibly going through a divorce or ending a long-term relationship.
Three swords pierce a heart in the card known as the Three of Swords. This card denotes sorrow, heartache, and grief. This card may occur after a relatively recent relationship has ended since, happily, the sun may be seen peeking out from behind the clouds, indicating that you will soon move on to better things.
Cups three reversed
Ah, the reversed Three of Cups! When there is a love triangle or an unfaithful partner, I almost always see this card. Now, if this is not what you agreed upon, it will probably result in the breakup of the partnership. Your relationship’s boundaries and your moral principles must be understood by both parties.
What the love tarot cards represent?
the couple Must I say more? The Lovers, which is the supreme love card in the Tarot, symbolizes a special tie and intense connection between two people. Its existence in a reading suggests a very real relationship based on respect and trust.
Tarot reading is possible during periods.
You would expect that by the year 2020, society will have overcome long-standing taboos and become more educated. In offices, medical facilities, schools, and colleges, we surveyed a number of young ladies. But little appears to have changed. These are some things that women are still told today.
1. If you’re a woman and angry, you must be having a period.
2. If you’re a woman in pain, you must be having your period.
3. If you’re a woman and you’re walking funny, you must be having a period.
4. Even at home, when on your period, you should have a separate room, dishes, and restrictions.
5. Consuming cold food or beverages can stop your flow.
6. You are unable to exercise, visit a place of worship, or swim when you are menstruating.
7. Avoid cooking, hair-washing, and handling dairy products or pickles when you’re menstruating.
8. Women often utilize the excuse of PMS to escape uncomfortable circumstances.
9. Tarot readings are not permitted during times.
10. Women are more susceptible to supernatural beings and are more easily possessed during their periods.
11. Periods for women are voluntary and controllable. Because they enjoy the drama and the days off, they have them every month.
We’re sure you’ve found many of them to be gratingly familiar if you’re a woman. But if, like us, you’ve rolled your eyes till you thought they might pop out of your head, pause and consider why.
Why is it that despite enormous scientific advancement, a wealth of data, and the Internet, we still don’t fully comprehend how a woman’s body functions physiologically? Modern, educated women may not wish to have children or be held captive by these misconceptions and lies about menstruation. However, the majority are helpless against ignorance, a lack of appropriate education, and ignorance.
The way that our friends, coworkers, family members, and neighbors think is mostly a result of what they were taught as children. If having periods were accepted as normal rather than taboo, don’t you think we would be having a different kind of conversation, whether you live in a city, small town, or village?
With the knowledge that there is nothing “impure about menstruation,” young women are not empowered. The need for education and understanding on this subject across cultural and economic boundaries has never been greater. Young girls need to learn how to handle their changing bodies and be ready for them. Girls can stay in school and working adult women, even in more disadvantaged places, can aid them to stay gainfully employed throughout the entire year through education, the introduction of sanitary napkins, and sufficient water and toilet facilities.
However, change won’t happen until there is a movement that holds the view that all women’s lives can be improved with a single switch. Instead of outdated stereotypes that are unfounded in reality, girls and women of all ages need to start receiving fresh messages. While women in urban areas now frequently use sanitary pads, tampons, or menstrual cups, two-thirds of adolescent girls in rural areas frequently have no idea what is happening to them when they first start having periods. When and how should they be informed?
when they are young and during academic coursework. The language used in period-related interactions should sound more like this while they are still in school and developing:
We should be more cognizant of our flow, menstrual patterns, and the potential for infections during our periods. However, it doesn’t weaken you.
Purchasing sanitary napkins is not any more embarrassing than purchasing toothpaste or soap for oneself.
It’s not necessary to hide and discard used sanitary towels while no one is looking.
Comparatively speaking, using sanitary napkins can reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer compared to women who use rags or unclean cotton wads.
Cheaper does not always equate to better. Look for goods and businesses that are making an effort to demonstrate their dedication to timely menstrual hygiene education (especially post COVID).
Whisper has been leading the effort for the past three decades, teaching 45 lakh girls in 40,000+ schools about menstrual health and giving away free sanitary pads. Not only have they taken on period taboos head-on, but they have also educated and empowered women to become change agents at the most fundamental levels and earn a living by selling sanitary products. This ought to be the legacy we leave for future female generations. We need to picture a society in which periods are not taboo and where people aren’t scared to talk about them, share information, and work to make the world a better and safer place for all.
Can I read my own Tarot cards every day?
Is it feasible for a beginner to perform Tarot spreads on themselves? Yes! It most certainly is. Tarot is a technique that aids in deepening our understanding of the present moment, honoring our intuition, and predicting future possibilities.
Questions you don’t really want answered
Even though it might seem apparent, it’s advisable to refrain from asking the tarot cards questions that you aren’t prepared to hear the answers to. That’s because answers to these questions can reveal information you’re just not quite ready to hear.
“Tarot can definitely come off as offensive if you’re not willing to hear the truth or consider an opposing opinion. Tarot reading Nicole Fortunaso
According to tarot reader and life coach Nicole Fortunaso, “tarot may truly come out as offensive if you are not willing to hear the truth of the problem or look at an alternate viewpoint.” She advises analyzing why you’re reacting the way you are in order to reflect on how to effectively address the underlying problem if you ask the question and aren’t satisfied with the response.