Tarot Thursday: Apr 30, 2020

Last week I introduced my new blogging prompt and so far it seems to be a pretty good indicator of what to expect. If you recall from last week, the take-away was that people will like the prompt but probably not join in. And that’s okay! Maybe this will encourage some of my readers to give tarot a try, which would be really cool, but I’m just doing this for me as I learn more about the cards.

This time I asked “What message does the blogosphere need this week?”

This Might Hurt tarot deck by Isabella Rotman

The Five of Pentacles reversed indicates an end to difficult times, which is pretty amazing. This is a reminder that everything each of us has done to flatten the curve is making an impact, and that there is light at the end of the tunnel. The Queen of Cups reversed reminds us that we are all emotionally drained with everything going on, and you need to make sure that you are taking care of yourself. All that stress and anxiety about family, friends, and the rest of the world is understandable, but it’s taken a toll. Now is the time to take stock of your own needs and wants, be a little selfish, so that you feel ready to take on whatever comes next.

What you have been doing to stay healthy and happy during lockdown?

Tarot Thursday is a weekly blog prompt started at The Literary Counsellor. Tarot is a fun way to use archetypal images to help explore thoughts and feelings. Tarot reading is subject to interpretation and should not be taken as absolute. All tarot readings are for entertainment purposes only, and no guarantee can be given as to the accuracy of a reading. Use common sense, it’s all just for fun!


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