Weekly Tarot Story – Sunday

Good morning welcome to the Weekly Tarot Story for June 5 to June 11. I am using the Waite Smith Tarot. This deck was created in 1909 by A.E. Waite and brought to life with Pamela Coleman Smiths artwork. Of all the decks I own I Love this one because it is so rich with layer upon layer of symbolism. Everything on the card means something. Nothing is there by accident.

This weeks story has a lot of potential to move us forward but there is also possibility for that not to happen as we have four days in a row with gray skies. I will talk more about that later, for now lets take a look at what the week has to offer.

We are starting the week off with one of the happiest cards in the tarot, the Ten of Cups. It’s known as the Rainbow of Promise card and the Happy Family card. When it comes to a reading things seem to be in a pretty good place in our lives. Work is work but right now there isn’t much to complain about, and our relationships are generally happy and stable.

Being the Ten of Cups starts our week it can only get better, right! This is the potential we have but it might come in an unexpected way as our card is both a bridge and a stage card. What are they? As you know a bridge takes one across an expanse from point A to point B. A bridge card does the same thing. It offers the possibility to move out of one situation to a new better one, a new beginning. A stage card questions whether everything is as it seems. In the case of our card, are we happy and content with the status quo or is there something calling us to cross the bridge? A new idea, project, a new job, a new relationship? These are questions we may have to answer as our week continues.

Have a fabulous day!
Blessed Be ❤ Sharon

4 thoughts on “Weekly Tarot Story – Sunday

  1. Four days in a row with gray skies is very accurate here. But life is good still. Here’s hoping for a peaceful week ahead, thanks Sharon. 🙏


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