14-Temperance Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

Especially when this card appears in reversal, this is not a time to be a lone wolf . You need to be seen as a team player and you need to work well with others, even if your work is almost without exception performed as an individual. No matter what things look like on the surface now, know that your accomplishments will not be overlooked.

Card Meanings: Discord, Imbalance, Impatience, Clashing, Recklessness, Excess, Lack Of Perspective, Self-Indulgence, Disunion, Conflict, Antagonism, Frustration

Temperance is a card about balance, in many ways, and relationships of all kinds. Friendships, family, romantic partnerships, and work partnerships all need your attention. This is also a card about alchemy or mixing and matching. You may have to try several approaches to things before you find what is truly right for you.

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Portable Magic
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Portable Magic: For the first stage, the beginning of the fulfilment of her purpose, she picks the Three of Pentacles, which bears the title Lord of Material Works. It is of the nature of Mars acting in the second decanate of Capricorn, and also of Saturn modified by the influence of Binah. Pentacles is the suit of elemental Earth, and relates to material realization and manifest actions. Both Mars and Capricorn are strongly masculine, so there is much virile energy in this card. Its action will be overt and practical. Saturn is a cold and distant planet relating to restriction and discipline, but its aridity is softened by its action in the sphere of Binah, the great cosmic womb of creation. Saturn acting through Binah suggests the controlled and calculated investment of resources.

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Angel Encyclopedia: In Kabbalistic lore, angel who pours the elixir of life from one chalice into another. Temperance has the sign of the sun on his forehead and the square and triangle of the septenary on his breast. Temperance is the 16th major arcanum in the Tarot and symbolizes patience and balance.

Creative Tarot: The Rider-Waite-Smith differed from most decks in one important aspect: for the first time since the Sola Busca, all of the cards, including the Minor Arcana, were fully illustrated with human figures and other symbolic imagery. This is the full separation mark of the tarot from a deck of playing cards to a deck of divination cards. And this is where much of the meaning of the Minor Arcana cards became consolidated. Most of that is due to Smith’s artwork. Waite wrote a few guides to the tarot, manuals on how to interpret each card, but Smith’s imagery is what people remember, not Waite’s definitions. Waite believed it was his writings and scholarship that would newly define the tarot, but it turns out that sometimes the brush is even more powerful than the pen.

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Tarot Triumphs: Bringing this back to everyday life, I suggest that the Star may symbolize the heart of the matter, the point at which there is no further secrecy or pretense. Here, resistance and defensiveness are dissolved. There is giving and receiving through the outpouring of living water. As with Temperance, this could also be taken as a sign of grace or blessings to be received. But whereas with Temperance the energies are always kept in balance and moderation is the key to a happy flow, here the Star gives all she has, without stinting. In a less propitious sense, this could also mean giving too much in a way that might not benefit the donor or the receiver. If one person is trying to help another, it suggests too that the situation may be delicate and has to be handled carefully. It can be a card of empathy, but, in excess, it could denote a lack of discretion through the tendency to ‘pour everything out.’ Overall, however, the Star is a symbol of brave generosity.