Tarot Reading about School

I don’t know how to do tarot read­ings, but I tried a free online read­ing at tarot.com. I hon­est­ly don’t know what to make of it—I just don’t think in these kinds of symbols.

Your Ques­tion: Should I return to school?

Main (posi­tion­al) Meaning:
The cel­e­bra­tion of shared endeav­ors may sweet­en a desired relationship.

The card that lands in the Sit­u­a­tion posi­tion refers to social or cir­cum­stan­tial fac­tors which could be affect­ing your life at this time.

When the Nine of Cups is in this posi­tion, your future rela­tion­ship with the one you desire may have arrived at some kind of suc­cess­ful res­o­lu­tion. It could be some shared adven­ture, but could also be the result of nav­i­gat­ing an emo­tion­al chal­lenge. What­ev­er the are­na, togeth­er you have accom­plished what nei­ther of you would have done alone. You have made it to the promised land, where there is rest, nour­ish­ment, and serenity. 

At the heart of the joy in this card is the uni­ty that comes from the real­iza­tion of shared dreams. Pos­i­tive, abun­dant, and opti­mistic feel­ings are ampli­fied when they are mutu­al­ly held. Few human expe­ri­ences are more plea­sur­able than cement­ing your rela­tion­ship in the knowl­edge that you are tru­ly there for each oth­er. This card calls for a cel­e­bra­tion, a toast, and acknowl­edg­ment for the great team you can be together.

Main (posi­tion­al) Meaning:
You are stand­ing at a cross­roads with one who is a poten­tial partner.

The card in the Love & Me posi­tion touch­es on an aspect of how you per­ceive your­self with regard to pos­si­ble inti­ma­cy in your life.

The Lovers sym­bol­ize attrac­tion and choic­es. Per­haps you are torn with­in your­self. One side is instinc­tive, emo­tion­al, intu­itive, sen­su­al, and mag­i­cal. The oth­er is lucid, high­ly prin­ci­pled, ratio­nal, and attuned to social and cul­tur­al ele­ments. We have an abo­rig­i­nal wild child and a cul­tured, mature adult self. 

You have some trust in each of them, but you may not believe they can merge in a forth­com­ing rela­tion­ship with your next part­ner. When­ev­er the Lovers card appears, you must either inte­grate two enti­ties or let go of one of them. You would do well to con­sid­er how the con­se­quences of these choic­es will impact what you want out of a future relationship. 

Main (posi­tion­al) Meaning:
When you will­ing­ly step for­ward to be a leader in a poten­tial rela­tion­ship sit­u­a­tion, you win recog­ni­tion and gratitude.

The card that lands in the Chal­lenges posi­tion refers to ways that you can turn obsta­cles into step­ping stones.

The Sev­en of Swords in this posi­tion sug­gests that you vol­un­teer to fill an emerg­ing void in lead­er­ship. You may be the per­son who can serve as an inspir­ing fig­ure­head and ral­ly­ing point for exist­ing unfo­cused men­tal and emo­tion­al ener­gy. It may pos­si­ble that there is a sleep­ing hero inside you who is being sum­moned forth by the needs of a poten­tial relationship.

If this is the case, don’t resist this admirable role. Accept the invi­ta­tion. It’s not often that you get a ready-made oppor­tu­ni­ty to express the lost art of gal­lantry towards the one you would like to get involved with. It’s to every­one’s ben­e­fit that you think of your­self as a per­son who is able and will­ing to make a pos­i­tive dif­fer­ence. Your pos­si­ble part­ner may like­ly be amazed and appre­cia­tive, as well as gain new respect for your lead­er­ship and orga­ni­za­tion­al talents.

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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