29-Eight of Questing Reversed Mage Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

There may be disagreements and arguments at work when this card appears. You and/or the people you work with have put too much effort into things to let relatively petty issues derail major issues. Back off, cool down, and rethink. If you are looking for work, unfortunately there may be a delay in a decision you have been waiting on. Be patient and trust that things will work out the way they should.

Card Meanings: Unfinished Business, Lack Of Energy, Bad Timing, Impulsive, Courage, Slow Progress, Violence, Quarrels, Slowness, Hysterical, Lack Of Speed/ Movement/ Action/ Results, Restriction, Late Start, Losing Momentum, Panicked, Lack Of Romance, Missed Opportunities, Impatient, Negativity, Delayed/ Cancelled/ Returning From Travel Or Holidays

A lot of things may be up in the air for you when the Eight of Questing appears. You may be frustrated, tired of waiting. This card is an indicator to be patient a while longer. You may have already done all you can do, and decisions now must be made by other people.

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Portable Magic: Lord of Ruin (Sun in 2130′ Gemini, four elements in Malkuth) To bring about disruption of work; to cause the final defeat of an enemy.

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Reversed Cards: Here in the reflective side of the strength card, you get the opportunity to see exactly what sort of strength is being called into question here. Is it mental, physical, spiritual, or emotional? True fortitude means knowing we can withstand anything that comes our way. It may not be easy, but it won’t break us or drag us off our path. So as you gaze into the mirror aspect of this card, think about where you don’t feel this sort of fortitude. Really be honest and identify which areas of your life have you distracted and feeling out of control. Truly explore who and what brings you to anger quickly and discover the triggers that pull you off task day after day. This aspect of the Strength card really is about observing. Watch yourself and how you interact with the people, places, and things in your life through the lens of fortitude. Think about using it as a journal exercise to open a dialogue between yourself and your courageous inner warrior.

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