Who Am I?
I wanted to create a spread that I could use whenever I wanted to step back, ground and center myself. See what you think!
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1. How do I see myself? – King of Disks
2. What is being hidden from me? – Three of Disks
3. How can I merge the hidden with the known? – Four of Disks
Out of 78 cards, and four different suits, I managed to pull three cards from the same suit. What are the chances of that? (Not a math major here, but even I know the chances are very, very slim!) I am definitely looking at issues in the physical world, which does reflect my life as I see it. I decided to use the Comparative Tarot technique – that is, to draw the original spread from one deck, and then take the same cards from another deck for comparison. I used two decks that to me each have strong voices, to see what would happen. I like these results!
I see myself as being able to handle the day to day of life – to make and implement decisions that are beneficial for me, and that will take me where I want to go. I can accept taking risks (what I term “calculated risks”) to get where I want to go. I have not allowed the world to overwhelm me – I am able to deal with it.
What is being hidden from me is the form that my journey is taking. My creative self will move me in directions that are as yet unknown. I need to ground myself, and create from my very soul.
How I merge my ability/need to control the day to day of life with the need to step out and create is in my ability to walk my talk, to balance all things, and walk in harmony with life. Know that I am on the right path.
The Alchemical Tarot Renewed, Edition III, Robert M. Place, 1995-2007, Hermes Publications.
The Mary-El Tarot. Marie White, 2012, Schiffer Books.
© March 2012 Bonnie Cehovet