Week of March 22, 2023: Cards and Contemplations
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Rest before rushing on
IV of Needles, II High Priestess, XX Judgement, XIII Death
Merry meet, dear readers. Before you continue, take note: Tarot is for everyone, no matter your walk of life. While the cards have their own singular meanings, tarot is also largely intuitive and the meanings can change; no two tarot readers read the same way. This is a generalized reading, so take only what resonates with you and discard the rest.
This week’s column almost feels like it follows on the heels of last week.
A lot has been going on and it is wearing you down; things haven’t been going the way you want or how you envisioned they would and you’re ready to bring it all back together, to make change and work with it. Things are moving forward and you’re ready to, maybe anxious about, taking the next step.
Rest. There’s no need to rush onwards; take a moment to sit back, breathe and clear your mind. Don’t skip rest either, because going forward you’re going to have decisions to make and you’ll need to be at your best. There will be obstacles hiding in the shadows of the changes you plan to bring from the decisions you make.
You need to be able to trust your mind, heart and intuition to make the choices that will serve you for your gain and not your detriment. It is not the time to make hasty decisions with a foggy mind; make sure you’re able to think carefully and clearly going forward.
Things are constantly changing and it’s in your best interest to work with it. Opportunities are cycling through, and depending on the choices you make, you’ll find yourself back on the path you wanted. If you’re not at 100 percent and rush through, you’ll find yourself barred from those opportunites; locked out and without a key, seeing them only after they’ve passed.
I hope you find something for yourself in this reading, reader. May your days be filled with love and light, even when it all feels too much; and remember to always be kind. Merry part, and merry meet again! Blessed be.
■ Jessica is a graphic designer and member of the production staff at River County News/Better Newspapers, Inc. She has lived most of her life in Jerseyville, Ill., where she is a wife, mother, artist and graphic designer. While she has done readings for others, reading tarot, at the moment, is only a hobby. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.