Finances (4 Card) Tarot Reading
using the Major Arcana of the Oxford Tarot Deck
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To proceed with this reading now, first quiet and clear your mind, then focus on the particular financial situation and time period of interest. For example, perhaps you hope to travel the world two years from now and have started saving and planning. Will you see the sights in style or work your way between making free or inexpensive memories?
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This four-card reading uses the Oxford Tarot's Major Arcana with cards in the upright orientation only.
Interpretation of this Finances Tarot Spread:
Card 1 : Impressions at the outset
This card offers insight into the present situation.
The World represents completion. It might indicate a major milestone such as retirement or the completion of a long-standing financial arrangement such as a mortgage or a fixed-term savings scheme. In the case of a younger querent this card might refer to completion of a phase of life such as moving on from taking out a student loan to repaying it, or to clearing an overdraft, loan or the balance on a credit card.
If the completion referred to is not immediately obvious, consider your wider experience of life recently. If some problems or issues have been resolved or otherwise cleared away, perhaps this has released back into your life greater freedom in time or money that might be applied towards the financial subject of this reading.
Card 2 : Influences on plans and decisions
Opportunities and/or constraints (real or imagined) can affect progress in various ways.
The Hanged Man is not restricted by conventional habits of thought. He is therefore able to see opportunities where others might perceive only obstacles. Such enlightenment can be a great advantage in business. Even in everyday life it can enable financial benefits to be reaped rather than overlooked. This is not achieved by slavish adherence to obvious routines but by someone daring to be different.
Don't be alarmed by the appearance of a pause in progress. That might be the quiet moment before a clear view of new possibilties comes into sharp focus.
Card 3 : Emotions
Decision makers' states of mind affect choices made, hence eventual outcomes. To the extent that a person's actions contribute to his or her financial future, that person's emotional hopes, fears and expectations might have played a part.
The Moon concerns intuition and instinct. Emotions may be strong but seem illogical. Psychic awareness might help and support the decision maker or, conversely, uncertainty, indecision or deceit might apply.
Overall, true emotions and motivations might be difficult to ascertain; all might not be quite how it appears.
Card 4 : Looking forward ...
Fortunes rise and fall. When considering indications into the future keep in mind the time frame you chose before beginning this reading.
Justice brings a fair outcome. Rewards are in proportion to appropriate effort or risks while also conditional on respect for rules and regulations.
Miscarriages of justice will be put right. Anyone who has been wronged will be compensated. Finances and material wealth are not the only forms of value but will not be withheld where deserved.
Remember that while the tarot can provide interesting insights, ideas and 'food for thought', it cannot predict or control your future. The point of power is always in the present moment. The wise may be optimistic, but not complacent. If at any time the way ahead does not look favourable you always have the possibility to make changes beginning with thoughts, attitudes, and emotions.
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