12-The Hanged Man Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

If things are not going well at work when this card appears, its important that you resist the temptation to blame everything and everyone besides yourself. At the same time its important that you do not blame yourself for everything and paralyze yourself from being able to move forward. You may need to ultimately change something major about your current work; give some thought to what your ideal situation may look like.

Card Meanings: Discontentment, Useless Sacrifice, False Prophecy, Unwillingness, Impulsiveness, Apathy, Disinterest, Stagnation, Negative Patterns

The Hanged Man generally shows that you are at a crossroads – one with only two options i.e. in or out, up or down, yes or no. You may find yourself very much wanting to do ‘something’ but having no idea what it is or how to do it. If that happens, that’s a clear sign that you should stop, relax, and look at ways that you might need to let go of attempts to control life/situations/people/things.

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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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Reversed Cards: The Hanged Man is influenced by its sun sign cohort, Pisces. This dreamy, watery element is what makes the Hanged Man a creative manifestor. In his state of self-awakening, he is able to tap into the watery flow of intuition and dreamtime. This is important here in the mirror aspect as water is reflective. When one is meditating on images, sounds and smells all pass on by. Some linger while others do not. Once your mind has gotten past the everyday hum, you need to start paying attention to what you see, hear, smell, and feel. These sensations are coming from somewhere, someone, or something. By being able to use the watery element of Pisces here, you will learn to gain access to these images in your meditative states. The more you play with the Hanged Man in this position, the more you will learn, such as how to hold the space for things you wish to manifest. How to summon your next step. How to open up channels of communication with your guides, and how to tap into the divine web of unlimited supply. Just don’t be fooled into thinking that this will be an easy process: remember, the Hanged Man has had to force himself to take this journey. He literally had to tie himself to a tree, which means you too will have to enact some self-discipline and commitment.

Tarot Triumphs: We can see justice operating in every human society, and although the principle is universal, each culture devises its own system of justice. Whether a person is a member of a tribe or a citizen of a great country, he or she is required to know what its laws are. Infringement of those laws brings some kind of punishment, or compulsory restitution, and this highlights the overt function of Justice as Tarot Triumph, that of setting the balance of the scales to rights. The ways of implementing this range from the imposing law courts of capital cities to a group of tribal elders gathered to decide how many cattle the miscreant should pay to compensate the man he has wronged. In families too, parents act as enforcers of Justice, handing out rewards and withdrawing privileges, often battling with the growing child’s own very particular sense of what is fair, and what is not. So although Justice may proceed irrevocably once its due process is started, it may not always placate or satisfy the victim or restore and redeem the lives of those on whose behalf it acts. Justice is not perfect; many who begin legal proceedings for justice may come to wish they had never started. So it is not always a straightforward, clear-cut force for good, and the Tarot Triumph may warn us not to invoke the goddess of Justice unless we are willing to let her do her work, whatever the result may be.

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Reversed Cards: The Six of Pentacles is a card of giving and receiving, yet somehow you have landed this card in the blocked aspect. What’s up with that? When this card shows up in the blocked aspect, you can be sure you have a block in your abundance hose. Nothing is getting through. The worst part is you really need it to be flowing right now. What are you more committed to, your needs or how you think those needs should be met? There is a difference, and that difference is your worst enemy right now.