I have come to some big insights over this weekend and I feel exhausted emotionally and physically. As part of my process I worked with Tarot cards and found it particularly illuminating this time around. It has something to do with the actual deck, I suspect, as one must resonate with the maker and energy that cards transmit. This deck feels very powerful, authentic, honest and crystal clear.
Having pulled three cards over the course of this recent psycho-spiritual process work and I wanted to complete the process with the fourth card. When doing 3-cards readings I am always drawn to pull one more card to complete, three cards always feels incomplete or resolute somehow. It does feel right to me and makes sense.
Number four, when we work with dreams, e.g. or any other spiritual realm like Elemental realm where there are four elements, is the number of completion and, perhaps, my being likes to complete each cycle in this way and the fourth card is a way of doing that for me. It works like this, e.g.
1 card – where we are coming from
2 card – what we are feeling
3 card – why and how this is manifesting
You see, to me, this is not yet complete, therefore
4 card – what is to do to move forward, what does a forward movement/energy looks and feels like
It made me laugh out loud when I pulled the fourth card just now. It is brutally honest, open and basically telling me there is no other way to progress, but to be ME, to stick with ME and get to those insights that are all within me, pull all the resources together to unveil what is unseen. Yes, Mam, I almost feel like saying, but easier said than done, right, nevertheless it is so refreshing to have it confirmed that there is only way forward no matter how hard or impossible it might seem.
Reveal the Mystery card – a confirmation of the universe ready with offering an answer to my question. All I have to do is ask. I love it.
‘But as soon as he came near he heard the noise of trumpets and the beating of drums, and there where the fine stone house had been was now a great palace with a golden roof.’ (Old Peter’s Russian Tales)