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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:49 am

I love the Lotus too ... used LunarLotus and LostLotus quite often Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Fri Oct 14, 2011 5:07 am

FleurDeLis wrote:
I love the Lotus too ... used LunarLotus and LostLotus quite often Smile
They have quite a nice ring to them :].

I was wondering if I could have another reading, if you didn't mind ^_^.
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:09 pm

Do you have a specific question in mind? I might be able to do it tonight Smile.
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:41 pm

FleurDeLis wrote:
Do you have a specific question in mind? I might be able to do it tonight Smile.
I was pulling cards for self last night and was also randomly getting online readings and I pulled the same cards that were appearing online, concerning the King of Wands, to which I am the Queen of Wands.

I'm not sure if specifically I can ask to hear more about the king or if I should just ask about relationships generally?

Edit: I found the Queen of Fire relating to the Queen of Wands as well lol. Just interesting stuff altogether :].
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:16 am

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I was wondering if I could have another reading, if you didn't mind ^_^.

I used the mayan deck this time and drew a full spread.

In the Center:

The God of Violent Change
Strong forces of change are acting in your life. Change may be inevitable or brought on by intent.

East ->The Sacrifice:

Flint – Slicing Obstacles
You are carrying unnecessary burdens, it’s time to cut away something from your life; not release, not let go, but cut away so there is nothing to hang on by.
…is influenced by …
The Owl – Connection to the shadow-self
Things are buried inside of you and they struggle to emerge.

North ->The Wisdom:

The Jester of God Kinship
Benevolence, the quality of goodwill and kindness. You will either receive or grant it; nevertheless, it will be a challenge.
…is influenced by…
Venus
Crisis and difficulty, a turbulent portion of your life in the short term. The turmoil is necessary when shifting directions, however.

West ->Transformation or The Shadow-Self:
Deer – Swift and Stealthy
A rare but fleeting opportunity; in sexual relationships, you may only have a moment to decide what you want. A moderate amount of support is indicated.
…influenced by…
The Paddler Gods – Forces that propel life forward
The decision is up to you; form clear intentions and plan consciously.

South ->Abundance of Everyday Life
The Hero Twins – One journeys forth, overcoming obstacles, and brings back a boon for others
Take a good look at your life. What would you really like to do, what frightens you? There will be testing times and setbacks; the hero is the one who gets up and tries again.
…influenced by…
Water Lily – Surface of the Earth
A new direction, a new beginning.
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:34 pm

Me please. random card with your intuitive advice
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Tue May 29, 2012 5:13 pm

if this is still going on , id like a reading, mine always comes out as " The Hermit" wondering what i am now.
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Thu May 31, 2012 1:01 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Thu May 31, 2012 2:21 pm

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if this is still going on , id like a reading, mine always comes out as " The Hermit" wondering what i am now.


Gratefulness
A night without lodging

The moment one is capable of feeling grateful for both pain and pleasure, without any distinction, without any choice, simply feeling grateful for whatsoever is given... Because if it is given by God, it must have a reason in it. We may like it, we may not like it, but it must be needed for our growth.

Winter and summer are both needed for growth. Once this idea settles in the heart, then each moment of life is of gratitude. Let this become your meditation and prayer: thank God every moment--for laughter, for tears, for everything. Then you will see a silence arising in your heart that you have not known before. That is bliss.

The first thing is to accept life as it is. Accepting it, desires disappear. Accepting life as it is, tensions disappear, discontent disappears; accepting it as it is, one starts feeling very joyful--and for no reason at all!

When joy has a reason, it is not going to last long. When joy is without any reason, it is going to be there forever. It happened in the life of a very famous Zen woman. Her name was Rengetsu.... Very few women have attained to the Zen ultimate. This one is one of those rare women.

She was on a pilgrimage and she came to a village at sunset and begged for lodging for the night, but the villagers slammed their doors. They were against Zen. Zen is so revolutionary, so utterly rebellious, that it is very difficult to accept it. By accepting it you are going to be transformed; by accepting it you will be passing through a fire, you will never be the same again. Traditional people have always been against all that is true in religion. Tradition is all that is untrue in religion. So those must have been traditional Buddhists in the town, and they didn't allow this woman to stay in the town; they threw her out.

It was a cold night, and the old woman was without lodging, and hungry. She had to make her shelter underneath a cherry tree in the fields. It was really cold, and she could not sleep well. And it was dangerous too--wild animals and all. At midnight she awoke--because of too much cold--and saw, in the night sky, the fully-opened cherry blossoms laughing to the misty moon. Overcome with the beauty, she got up and bowed down in the direction of the village, with these words:

Through their kindness in refusing me lodging I found myself beneath the blossoms on the night of this misty moon... She feels grateful. With great gratitude she thanks those people who refused her lodging; otherwise she would be sleeping under an ordinary roof and she would have missed this blessing--these cherry blossoms, and this whispering with the misty moon, and this silence of the night, this utter silence of the night. She is not angry, she accepts it. Not only accepts it, welcomes it--she feels grateful.

One becomes a buddha the moment one accepts all that life brings, with gratitude.
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Thu May 31, 2012 2:28 pm

When joy has a reason, it is not going to last long. When joy is without any reason, it is going to be there forever.
Thanks for this Fleur...more such "readings" please Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tarot for Fun ...   Thu May 31, 2012 3:47 pm

FleurDeLis wrote:
Deviant wrote:
if this is still going on , id like a reading, mine always comes out as " The Hermit" wondering what i am now.


Gratefulness
A night without lodging

The moment one is capable of feeling grateful for both pain and pleasure, without any distinction, without any choice, simply feeling grateful for whatsoever is given... Because if it is given by God, it must have a reason in it. We may like it, we may not like it, but it must be needed for our growth.

Winter and summer are both needed for growth. Once this idea settles in the heart, then each moment of life is of gratitude. Let this become your meditation and prayer: thank God every moment--for laughter, for tears, for everything. Then you will see a silence arising in your heart that you have not known before. That is bliss.

The first thing is to accept life as it is. Accepting it, desires disappear. Accepting life as it is, tensions disappear, discontent disappears; accepting it as it is, one starts feeling very joyful--and for no reason at all!

When joy has a reason, it is not going to last long. When joy is without any reason, it is going to be there forever. It happened in the life of a very famous Zen woman. Her name was Rengetsu.... Very few women have attained to the Zen ultimate. This one is one of those rare women.

She was on a pilgrimage and she came to a village at sunset and begged for lodging for the night, but the villagers slammed their doors. They were against Zen. Zen is so revolutionary, so utterly rebellious, that it is very difficult to accept it. By accepting it you are going to be transformed; by accepting it you will be passing through a fire, you will never be the same again. Traditional people have always been against all that is true in religion. Tradition is all that is untrue in religion. So those must have been traditional Buddhists in the town, and they didn't allow this woman to stay in the town; they threw her out.

It was a cold night, and the old woman was without lodging, and hungry. She had to make her shelter underneath a cherry tree in the fields. It was really cold, and she could not sleep well. And it was dangerous too--wild animals and all. At midnight she awoke--because of too much cold--and saw, in the night sky, the fully-opened cherry blossoms laughing to the misty moon. Overcome with the beauty, she got up and bowed down in the direction of the village, with these words:

Through their kindness in refusing me lodging I found myself beneath the blossoms on the night of this misty moon... She feels grateful. With great gratitude she thanks those people who refused her lodging; otherwise she would be sleeping under an ordinary roof and she would have missed this blessing--these cherry blossoms, and this whispering with the misty moon, and this silence of the night, this utter silence of the night. She is not angry, she accepts it. Not only accepts it, welcomes it--she feels grateful.

One becomes a buddha the moment one accepts all that life brings, with gratitude.




This warmed my heart and made me smile.
I hardly ever get angry anymore, I am a very grateful humble person.
thank you for this. I love you
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