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.
Justice places emphasis on fairness. In other spreads it might indicate a trial or other legal process. Perhaps something of that nature is or was the source of some or all of the finances that form the starting position for this reading. When a fair outcome has been reached it is time to move on rather than to look back with thoughts of more from that source.
Other themes indicated here are integrity, prudent management of resources and action with a clear conscience. Honesty is important.
Card 2 : Influences on plans and decisions
Opportunities and/or constraints (real or imagined) can affect progress in various ways.
The Sun sends out bright rays of contentment illuminating achievements completed and new opportunities alike. The situation is supported by positive influences and high expectations untainted by pressure or fear of judgement.
Opportunities abound. No one type of activity stands out as more likely or promising than others. This card has been associated with success in many fields including academia, sciences, inventions and various forms and levels of leadership. Go forward with joy and confidence.
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 Hierophant has been associated with rigid dogma, a tendency to hold fast to views and procedures out of mere deference to the past.
There is a seriousness, perhaps over-conservatism, that if unchecked might hold back progress preventing the full potential from being reached. There is no excited exuberance here. If a relativey 'safe' low-risk strategy is required then this is reassurance of its presence at work.
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.
The Chariot signifies balance. The various challenges this project has faced over time might have involved many obstacles, distractions and temptations. Movement forward, always in a state of centered balance has carried the day. The bicycle shown here, a popular mode of transport around the City of Oxford is only in a state of upright balance when ridden steadily forward by a person whose position is steady and centered.
Triumph is possible when conflicting forces are overcome by self-discipline and willpower.
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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