43-Eight of Cups Reversed Golden Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

You may be feeling as though you want to end your long-term relationship if you are in one. Pulling The reversed Eight of Cups warns that you will be best off to give this some more time and thought. Sometimes when we are challenged in relationships, the difficult parts are the parts that we need to stay with. Yes, you might ultimately end up leaving. But do so when you are very, very sure, and calm, and clear-headed, and not before. If you are looking for love, this is a time to get engaged with the world in whatever way you can. Do not stay home and feel lonely. Go make someone feel better, and your loneliness will dissolve in a flash.

Card Meanings: Faking Happiness, Stagnation, Pleasure, Lack Of Self-Worth, Accepting Your Lot, Lack Of Emotional Maturity, Success, Low Self-Esteem, Fear Of Commitment, Lack Of Self-Awareness, Clinginess, Staying In A Bad Situation, Joy, Fear Of Moving On, Monotony

The Eight of Cups often means that you will choose to leave a situation that is no longer working for you – whether that’s a relationship, a job, or a neighborhood. There may be some sadness involved, but in general, this separation, is in your best interests.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Besotted with the beautiful Anne, Henry asked the Catholic Church for a divorce from Catherine of Aragon. The Church refused, so in order to marry Anne, Henry created a reformed version of the church, making himself the head – a direct challenge to the authority of the Pope. Having obtained his divorce and married Anne, Henry was determined to have a son, but Anne gave birth to a girl, Elizabeth, in 1533, and from then on the relationship between Anne and Henry deteriorated. Henry found a new love interest in Jane Seymour. Anne became pregnant again, but the child was stillborn. Henry, determined to rid himself of Anne, fabricated a charge of treason and confined her to the Tower of London. Her execution took place on 19 May 1536.

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Angel Insights : Oh my gosh!’ my brother said. ‘I was trying to trick you so I have been holding two cards at once. That time I held both green and yellow at the same time!’ My brother was only nine, but he had the emotional maturity to accept that what I was doing wasn’t something weird or bad, but just a natural talent. He was very complimentary to me about this ability and made me feel like it was something cool. My brother could not guess the color of one of those cards to save his life (we tried a lot). However, my brother is a natural athlete. Watching him play football growing up was really a pleasure for me, because it’s always fun to watch a person do something they do really well, and completely naturally. It is then that we are seeing their God-given talents, a glimpse of the divine. We can’t all be good at everything. How boring would that be? Having a few things we do really well can give us clues about our soul purposes, and let’s us contribute to the world by being of unique service to others.

Reversed Cards: My aim with this book is to give you more tools to work with when these upside-down, topsy-turvy cards dance into your readings. It is not a definitive work on reversals, as there are just as many ways to look at an upside-down card as there is a right-way-up card. It is, however, a start. It’s a beginning point to get you more comfortable with accessing the lessons, knowledge, and wisdom these types of cards bring to a reading. In many ways this is a beginner book, for it won’t deal with complex theories or higher levels of tarot understanding. It is merely a simple guide to exploring reversed cards, to make sense of cards that often leave the tarot newbies scratching their heads and wondering what it all means. In this book I will mainly be referencing Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot, for its closeness to the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. However, every so often I will make reference to other decks, including The Raven’s Prophecy Tarot. This deck has some outstanding images in reverse, though there is little to nothing about reversed cards in the companion book to this deck. If this book brings you more confidence and enthusiasm when dealing with reversed cards, then I have done my job with this text.

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