17-The Star Reversed Rider Waite Family Tarot Reading

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Card Meanings: Lack Of Faith, Broken Dreams, Focusing On The Negative, Disappointment, Boredom, Bad Luck, Hopelessness, Imbalance, Lack Of Creativity, Despair, Lack Of Inspiration

This card is the best one in the entire deck, in my opinion. It marks a point where fortune smiles upon us, lighting up our dreams, hopes and wishes with the promise of fulfilment and manifestation. The first time I drew this card on the ‘Working with….’ run it followed the 9 of Cups (the Wish card) and the Princess of Cups (dancer of dreams) and was the 57th card I had written a commentary on. Somehow there was no better time the Star could possibly have come up for the first time……. This card always marks a turning point, where positive energy flows into life in a swift-running stream. All that is left for us to do is to open ourselves to the remarkable powers which are always present when this card appears.

Times like this one make miracles in life. We can attune with the powers of the Universe more easily now than at most other times. We can reach out and touch whatever it is that we call God or Goddess, and welcome their presence and might in our lives. On a day ruled by this card, dream the best way you know how to….and realise that your dreams stand a greater chance of coming true than at any other time. Wish your wishes ….and fill them up with as much hope and light as you can possibly manage. Then be glad to be alive on a day like this. In readings, the Star is most welcome when grief and despair have overwhelmed us. In our darkest moments, we need to know that there is hope,that there is light at the end of the tunnel. The Star is the opposite of the Devil who strips us of our faith in the future. Card 17 holds out the promise that we can eventually find peace of mind. The Star also reminds us to open our heart and release our fears and doubt. If you have been holding back in any way, now is the time to give generously.

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Elements of the Psychic World: Flint was born in a Salvation Army home in Hackney, London and had his first psychic experience at the age of seven in the summer of 1918, when he recognized the ghost of his uncle following his aunt around the house trying to get her attention. His aunt had just learned that her husband had been killed in France. After this experience Flint began to hear the voices of the dead on a regular basis, but his family doubted and disapproved so he kept the experiences to himself.

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Development for Beginners: Needless to say, my legume staring contests were incredibly anti-climatic. Yep, every last one of those beady little broccoli florets just sat there on my plate staring back at me, defiantly unresponsive to the power of my mental faculties. But for me, that’s where it all started – with an avid interest, some hearty determination, and a strong dislike of leafy greens.