Two of Cups, Arco Iris Tarot
Theme: "on the rainbow bridge"
Deck: Arco Iris Tarot (Spanish)
Card: Two of Cups (R)
"The Two of Cups reversed can sometimes signal a break-up or a falling out. You are out of sync with each other"
"You may notice a lack of trust and being open with one another is proving difficult. Communication may be restricted or withheld, and the energy flow between you stifled." (biddy)
Deck: Crystal Visions Tarot
Theme: "the answer is in the future/yet to be unveiled"
Of course it is. Meanwhile...?
Card: Four of Cups (R)
Yes. I feel apathy when "I cannot see the point of the situation", and when a situation is slow to
change. And then also have a hard time seeing what I have - and what for. I admit - I WANT A (MAJOR)
Ok. Tips for coping with this?
Deck: Romantic Tarot
Theme: "along the roads of love and relationships"
Card: Five of Pentacles (R) - need
"The Harlot. All doors have a key, even the great door of love. Whoever finds the key has the right to enter and become the owner of everything."
Next step towards finding this key...?
Deck: Bosch Tarot
Theme: "skewed perspectives"
I am twisting it up in my head...?
Card: Three of Cups
I have a stick up my as?!?!
"When someone simply will not budge or admit wrongdoing, despite knowing very well that they're wrong and that fact being plain obvious. When someone is being extremely stubborn for no reason, especially for something relatively minor, they have a stick up their ass." link
Or. Look at the images coming alive?
Me longingly sitting by the the lake to the left. Him, with his skewed perspectives, split will, unwillingness to see and face reality, and certainly simply will not budge or admit wrongdoing, despite knowing very well that they're wrong and that fact being plain obvious, extremely stubborn for no reason. Both probably dreaming about that jolly togetherness in the middle - find the keys and have the right to enter and become the owner of everything.
My next (advised) step?
Deck: Robin Wood Tarot
"finding the path through 'the woods/scrubby terrain'"
Card: The Hierophant
"You are being asked to commit to spiritual practice in its most wholesome form - no customisation, no adaptation, no bending the rules."
"You may enjoy a deep sense of comfort being surrounded by people who have well-established belief systems and explicit values." biddy
And how to handle the one having a stick up their ass...?
Deck: Gendron Tarot
Theme: "Life is a project of art"
Card: Ace of Swords (R)
"Complete change of mind. New beginning. Power. Prosperity. Rebirth"
Yes, the child has a sword in his hand, and look rathe defensive - but put down my sword, and be gentle, caring and welcoming!? And not:
Reversed: "Misuse of power."