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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Six and Seven of Wands

This is a pithy meaning for both the Six AND Seven of Wands:
“You can’t let praise or criticism get to you. It’s a weakness to get caught up in either one.” — John Wooden… 29 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- Queen of Pentacles

Queen of Pentacles
Necessity is the mother of invention. — English proverb

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New Moon Reading for July 26th, 2014

For this New Moon in Leo on July 26th, I did a reading to help us all to release old patterns at this time.  I also asked what would help us do this release, and then what we should allow to grow with the moon in the next couple of weeks. 551 more words

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Aces of Pentacles and Swords (and the 10 of Swords too)

Here is a pithy meaning that can work for a couple of Tarot cards:
It’s never that simple.

This works for the Ace of Pentacles if you’re talking about the situation itself. 134 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- Ace of Wands

Ace of Wands
Questions that start with “Why should I have to …” always come from the ego.
Perhaps you might see this as a meaning for the Ace of Wands reversed. 29 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- The Moon

The Moon
Crazy people don’t realize they are crazy, but now and then the rest of us worry that we are.

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Pithy Tarot meanings -- Two of Swords

Two of Swords
The only way to get rid of a dysfunctional belief is to replace it with a positive one.

An example of this is the dysfunctional relationship belief of “Nobody wants me.” You might replace that one with “I am lovable and worthy of a great relationship.” To do this, use the new, replacement belief as an affirmation. 41 more words