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The Three of Swords doesn’t always play out as you’d expect

My American friend Kathryn is scared of the doctor!  It’s strange, as she comes from a family of medics, but nevertheless, she doesn’t like visiting the surgery. In the town where she lives, doctors are proactive in encouraging patients to get tested for various things, such as diabetes and kidney function.  So, the medical receptionist called Kathryn to book a blood test, but Kathryn didn’t want to go and politely refused.  The receptionist called again. And again.  After several calls, Kathryn still downright refused to go. She’s healthy, feels great and absolutely did not want a needle poked in her arm without specific good reason.

tarot | tarotbyemail | emailtarot | tarot readings | tarot reader | Tarot London | corporate tarot | business tarotHowever, the receptionist was – without exaggeration – a bully, who wouldn’t stop calling – she even called Kathryn’s best friend to tell her to send Kathryn to the surgery! That wouldn’t be allowed in England as it would be seen as a breach of patient confidentiality.

Anyway, Kathryn got really upset with the receptionist, who was continuing to call and scaremonger her into having blood taken. Eventually started to panic, Kathryn drew herself a Tarot card – and was horrified to pull the Three of Swords. This card can be particularly upsetting as its imagery – especially in the Rider Waite deck, is of a floating heart being pierced by three sharp swords. It signifies a breakup and loss, usually accompanied by intense sadness, emotional suffering and great disappointment.

Kathryn viewed the card as sign of doom and gloom, heartbreak on the horizon and reason to be worried. But actually, the image couldn’t be more appropriate for a simple blood test! A heart – the supplier of blood, and three sharp stabbing implements!! (Needles in arms…) It didn’t automatically mean heartbreak.

Still, whatever the pictoral and emotional connotation of the card, the fact that it appeared alongside a dispute over a blood test meant there would be no harm in getting the test to make sure there were no physical problems with her heart.

And, thankfully, the bottom line here is that Kathryn is absolutely fine. She had the test and now she can relax in the knowledge that everything is functioning as it should. But here’s what’s interesting…

The bullying receptionist got fired!!  The doctor had overheard her being nasty to Kathryn on the phone, and it turned out that she had a history of being overly forceful to the point of upsetting patients.  Feedback to the surgery frequently stated that the medical care was great but the admin woman was offensive.

So Kathryn’s negative and distressing relationship with the receptionist came to an abrupt end as the woman lost her job due to her unacceptable behaviour. The Tarot card’s message was fulfilled twofold.

Have you ever been faced with a card that you didn’t like, couldn’t interpret or provided a mixed message?  If you’re stuck at a crossroads of have a difficult decision to make, I’ll be happy to show you the way. You can get in touch here.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!

 

(Just to mention, the photo is a stock image – the lovely nurse is probably a model; she’s certainly not the battleaxe doctor’s receptionist described in this blog!)


Connie’s Story – How a Tarot Reading Can Change Your Life

Individuals from all walks of life say the Tarot has changed their lives, so here’s another story in our series about life-changing Tarot card readings.

Connie

Connie Chapman is a life coach, teacher, and writer. She’s been featured in leading publications in her native Australia and around the world, and interviewed on top-ranking podcasts.

tarot | tarotbyemail | emailtarot | tarot readings | tarot reader | Tarot London | corporate tarot | business tarotGiven this level of success, you might ask, “How could this woman benefit from the Tarot?”

When Connie had her cards read at a friend’s wedding, the reader deduced, based on the cards, that Connie was a teacher and a life coach. Then the reader told Connie she was “too connected to her masculine energy.” She needed to accept her feminine side and change.

Connie realised the reader was correct – so much so that during the reading she began to cry.

Connie had long viewed being a woman as synonymous with weakness. Growing up, she’d watched her mother sit home while her father travelled, had exciting adventures, and earned money. He became her role model and the one she was desperate to please through her career success.

In so doing, she pushed aside qualities that she saw as weak and feminine: emotions, creativity, sensitivity, etc. But as a result of her Tarot reading, she now embraces these aspects of herself.

As Connie puts it, “This was my permission slip to allow my feminine side to be fully expressed. To peel back layers of self-protective armour I had built around my heart.”

Today Connie is no longer held back by childhood programming about what it means to be a woman, and she embraces her feminine self. You can read about Connie’s experiences here.

Want more information about Tarot cards and readings? I offer you single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

And if you’re organising an intimate get-together or a large-scale event – such as the wedding Connie attended where she had her reading, consider adding the excitement of Tarot. I’d love to chat with you, so to find out more, please email info@tarotbyemail.com.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!

 

(Stock photo, this is not a pic of Connie.)


Exciting Tarot Card Readings for Your Next Party or Event

The following advice comes from my friend Kathryn, who lives in mystical Sedona where the mountains glow blood red and the people have an extra touch of ESP.

tarot | tarotbyemail | emailtarot | tarot readings | tarot reader | Tarot London | corporate tarot | business tarotWhether it’s a hen do, birthday party or a corporate event, Tarot adds colour, fun and excitement to any gathering.

Here’s how to arrange the perfect Tarot event…

The Space

Decide whether you want the Tarot reader to be the focal point or an addition to the main event.

If she’s the focal point, put her in a highly-visible and easily accessible spot. If she’s secondary to a larger theme (such as at a wedding reception or baby shower), choose a quiet corner or a separate room.

Your Tarot reader may have her own decorations for the space, or you may wish to provide a décor that compliments the design of the venue and that harmonises with your party’s theme.

Make sure there’s a small table and two comfortable chairs. Add a velvet table covering, perhaps some colourful scarves, plus a candle for atmosphere – and you’ve created the perfect “sacred space.”

Party Favours

It’s a lovely idea to complement the readings with party favours. These might include crystals, figurines, books, jewellery, essential-oil fragrances or good luck charms – the sky’s the limit! You may wish to create a special “swag bag” or “goodie pack” containing these mystical objects as a take-away for each guest.

The Reader

Of course, the essential component of the event is your Tarot reader. Find someone who’s experienced, who has the look and attitude you want, and who fits within your budget. Specify how long you want each reading to last – although this may vary depending on how many people are at your event, as a good corporate or party Tarot reader won’t want any of your guests to leave disappointed. And if you want her to wear a distinct costume, make that – and any other special requirements – clear from the outset.

A Tarot reader is a great conversation starter and icebreaker, and you’ll find that once the event begins, even non-believers will excitedly exchange information about their personal readings!

I’d love to chat with you about your Tarot party needs, so to find out more, please email info@tarotbyemail.com.

In addition, I offer emailed readings to suit a range of budgets. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!


Prepare for Chinese New Year

New Year’s Day has come and gone – or has it?

The lunar-based Chinese New Year begins on February 5, and it’s another chance to bring yourself good luck throughout 2019.

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This will be the Year of the Pig, and the pig is an auspicious sign in the Chinese zodiac – it symbolizes wealth!

Chinese people and others in Asia have many new year’s traditions to ensure good luck. Here are a few of them:

  • Clean the House in Advance. Tidy up early so you won’t have to clean during the first days of the new year: sweeping and washing early in the year could sweep away and wash away your good luck.
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  • Visit Your Hairdresser. Chinese people believe in getting a haircut before the new year begins, so why not splurge and get a new style, plus all-over colour, or highlights? Then wait at least a month before getting another trim.
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  • Go Shopping! If you’re a lady who loves shoes, these words will be music to your ears: the Chinese believe it’s lucky to buy new footwear before the year begins. Wear those trainers or Louboutins after a bath on Chinese New Year’s Eve.
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  • Deck the Halls with Flowers. For extra good fortune in 2019, add one of these lucky plants to your home: a tangerine tree (in Cantonese, the word “tangerine” sounds like the word for “luck”); pussy willows (the silver of the plant attracts money); cherry blossom branches (especially if you’re hoping for love); or daffodils (the golden colour pulls in wealth).
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  • Have a Feast. On New Year’s Day, feast upon chicken and fish because, in Cantonese, “chicken” sounds like “luck” and fish sounds like “well off.” Serve them whole, but don’t pick them clean; the leftovers mean you’ll have leftover money at the end of the year.
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I wish you all luck and success in the Year of the Pig!

Want information about luck and success via a Tarot card reading? I offer single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

And if you’re organising an intimate get-together or a large-scale event, consider adding the excitement of Tarot readings. I’d love to chat with you, so to find out more, please email info@tarotbyemail.com.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!