This is your weekly tarot for the week starting Monday, November 5, 2018. The reading uses the Wildwood Tarot by Mark Ryan and John Matthews and illustrated by Will Worthington. Take a few deep, cleansing breaths and open your heart to messages from the Divine. In gratitude, I thank the Universe for sending divination tools that help to better understand messages from Source. The cards are shown below. Take note of anything that stands out to you. Make your interpretation of the cards. Then read on to see my interpretation.
For Monday/Tuesday, November 5-6, the card is the Ten of Bows. The suit of bows corresponds to the suit of wands in traditional tarot and the element of fire. Bows are about passion, goals, desires, and action. Early in the week, there could be challenges surrounding responsibilities. You may be asked to have stamina and determination. The weight of the responsibility could become heavy but you must accept the challenge whether it was chosen or thrust upon you. The result will benefit your family or tribe. Be careful to not become a martyr or take on so much that you become stressed. You have a responsibility to care for yourself. Find balance and if help is offered, accept it.
For Wednesday/Thursday, November 7-8, the card is the Seven of Stones reversed. The suit of stones corresponds to the suit of pentacles and the element of earth. Stones are about the physical world, money, health, and body. In the middle of the week. If you are not balanced with your responsibilities early in the week, you could become physically weak or emotionally injured. Be careful to remain patient and avoid any anxiety. Find the balance between your physical, spiritual, and emotional selves. This might be a good time to seek out a spiritual teacher.
For Friday/Saturday/Sunday, November 9-11, the card is the King of Stones. Court cards can be about people or various situations. The King of Stones may represent some mature individual who understands business or has a sharp mind for finances and details. This is someone you can rely on. The King of Stones may also represent an event. There may be conservation or sponsorship that will provide financial support. Finally, this card can represent a process or situation. There may be something you need to learn in life. Perhaps you should focus on how to handle money or take time to appreciate and be grateful for the good things in your life. With the right mindset, your projects will be successful. Only you know whether the card has meaning as a person, process, or event.
Other things happening this week include the beginning of Diwali on Wednesday, November 7 and the ending of Diwali on Sunday, November 11. Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights and is symbolic of good prevailing over evil. It is a reminder of the light that shines within each of us and how Spirit prevails over all. Also on Wednesday, November 7 there will be a New Moon in Scorpio. Scorpio is a water sign and so this New Moon will provide an opportunity to delve into emotional issues. Clear up any relationship issues that may require letting go and forgiveness so that you can begin planting seeds for what you wish to manifest next. Don’t be afraid to delve into conversations with loved ones. Sunday, November 11 is Veteran’s Day in the U.S. and Remembrance Day in Canada. Be sure to stop during your busy day to remember those who came before, to help pave the way so that you might enjoy more luxuries in life–things like freedom to be who you are called to be. That’s it dear ones. Have a great week.
Peace and love,