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How to Survive Christmas using the Tarot - continued
Not everyone has a large family or group of friends to spend Christmas with. In a reading you will often find the four of swords representing aloneness. Maybe for some the isolation represents a pleasant type of solitude away from the potential arguments and bad feelings that family gathering can so often instigate. For others it represents loneliness and invokes feelings of desperation and despair. If the separation from society and socialness is not chosen but forced upon the individual through unpleasant circumstances then the Star card reversed may well be seen next to the four of swords.
And what of all those folk who like to bunk off to freedom for the festivities?
The World: Quite literally escaping into the larger world of opportunities.
The Eight of Cups: Envisaging something better far, far away.
The Sun: For those who like to escape the cold and bask on a beach.
The Knight of Cups: This is an intrepid traveler, eager to seek out new places, people and situations. Most likely to spend Christmas climbing a mountain or sitting painting it…from a tent with a view!
For many people Christmas is a pleasure, a time to draw the family together and be close to friends. For others it's a lot of fuss and bother for one day. The Six of Coins reversed symbolises overspending, so remember to budget carefully, take the preparations in your stride…and whatever you do…enjoy a very wonderful Christmas day.
Choose something new to escape into this Christmas
Decisions, actions, and beliefs from your past can have a powerful influence on your present life. On this CD, bestselling author and lecturer Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., discusses methods to release the effects of trauma from childhood and past lives, as well as spiritual ways to undo the effect of self- destructive behaviours such as cigarette smoking and drug usage. Doreen reveals how vows of poverty, celibacy, and suffering made in prior lives can follow us into this life, and helps guide you as you work to sever such vows.
Offers to take the reader into a magical realm that will enhance their life. Fairies, says the author, are nature's guardian angels, with the ability to heal every living creature. As spiritual psychologists, they can help self-esteem, erase fear, and promote
The Gilded Tarot
Ciro Marchetti, Barbara Moore
Heralding archetypal elements of traditional Tarot, The Gilded Tarot is teeming with shimmering, classic imagery. High priestesses in flowing robes, wise emperors, knights on majestic steeds, mystics wielding magical tools, and other intriguing characters from medieval times abound in the Major and Minor Arcana. This richly coloured, easy-to-use deck also features standard symbols for the card suits swords, cups, wands, and pentacles which provide universal appeal.