Tuesday, January 16, 2007

From the Mailbag

PK writes--
Dear Ginny,
It's hard to phrase my question. I know there's a huge positive forward push inside me emotionally, but The Hanged Man has nothing on me! I'm sooo hung up, clinging to old stuff even as I'm trying to let go, to "walk my talk" into the new life I've been envisioning and begun to build. Any advice or comments from The Tarot?



Dear PK:
As I asked the cards what might "unstick" you I was suprised to see this guy pop up. Two's are not exactly forward movement cards! However, as I looked at this card I realized that what is holding you back are two things:
1. You are allowing the emotional waves to pull you under. This guy has his back to the emotional turbulance and isn't worrying about things he cannot control. He is focused only on what is in his hands.

2. He is enjoying his tasks. He is dancing! While his face shows some concern, it looks like he is more concerned with keeping things balanced and in control than with his surroundings. He doesn't want to drop either pentacle.

So, tarot's advice to you at this moment is to focus more on the present moment. Realize that what you are doing right now is what is important. Not what happened in the past, not what might or might not happen in the future, but right now find the joy in even the mundane tasks you have on your plate, give your focus to being fully here now, and tell your internal critic and emotional pulls and sways to shut up for now. Meditation on being right here, right now, doing what you are doing, and finding and feeling the joy of that moment is key for you. Dance. Listen to music. Live in the only time we truly have: Now.

LS writes--
Dear Ginny,
I have been recently enjoying your blog. Here's my question-How can I best support my youngest son in order to help him develop in a positive way? Thanks.


Dear LS:
The Ten of Pentacles speaks of inheritence and family and all the resources one gains from those connections. First, you recognize that your younger son is who he is in part because of the hereditary factors he was born with. The security of family is essential for him, to feel connected to a group in which he feels he belongs. You, too, need to rely on the wisdom and resources of your extended family and community, there is much wealth to be had. See the boy in the card? His hand is on a dog. Does your son have a connection with animals? I would look into this and I wonder if having a pet, especially a dog, or if working with dogs might be helpful. Maybe he could somehow become involved with therapy dogs in some fashion?

BJ writes--
My wife and I are at a juncture where we are going to be moving residence and have two very different and far apart locations in mind. We have a couple months during which to make this choice yet are feeling overwhelmed by the magnitude of it, as it will have a very significant effect on our lives. What do we need to focus on in making this decision?


Dear BJ:
As this is a pentacles card and you are considering a very material decision, it is apt. The woman is benefitting from the work of her own hands. She is stable, secure, and comfortable. The financial aspect of this move is to be primary, I think, to make sure that whichever location you decide upon will not unduly strain your standard of living. You weren't considering a move to Napa Valley, were you? Hehe. The environment, wherever you go, should be able to support growth, both naturally and financially. Were you planning to have children? (Or more children?) The type of growth indicated by the card could mean that or simply personal expansion, creation of wealth and security. The nine of pentacles is one of the few tarot pip cards that predominantly features a woman as the sole figure. This tells me you need to consider where your wife feels and believes she would be happier and feel more comfortable and stable. What will enhance her life, career, and quality of life? Which way is she leaning? That might give you both a clue.

3 comments:

Roswila said...

PK, here, Ginny. Thanks so much for your reading. It feels so to the point. Especially dancing. Although I'm limited in how much I can dance with arthritic knees, I can still move, *need* to move for management of the arthritis, and play upbeat music, too, to bring me into that (at least for me) too often elusive here and now!

I'd also like to add that a flag word I have for The Two of Pentacles is "Change." And as much as I'd like to deny it, there's a huge change (already in progress) coming when my dear roommate of almost 7 years gets married this coming April. In the context of my question I immediately thought on seeing this card: this big change already underway will "unstick" me, for sure. :-)

Thanks for taking the time to do these readings. I can't know, of course, how others feel about theirs but just reading how thorough, direct, pragmatic, and supportive you are in your answers I have to believe that they are very pleased and grateful, too.

Ginny said...

Well, change must happen with all the two's as they can only stay in that tenuous place for so long. While the leminscate might lead us to believe he could dance and juggle forever, common sense and natural law dictates his limitations. He might want to go on and on in that dance forever, but no, something will give, and something will change. And then he will find a new balance. Good luck with your adjustment to the necessary changes that are happening in your life, PK. :)

BJ said...

Wow, Ginny, can't thank you enough for this reading. Sure has given us a lot to mull over!
What a sense of relief we both felt while taking it in. The reading has confirmed our feelings regarding a number of significant factors that have been surfacing recently. Primarily financial aspects, longterm stability & security and also as you mentioned, choosing a place that would be beneficial for raising children.
I have often referred to the 9 of Pents card as the 'Noosa' card, which is coincidentally one of the locations we are choosing between.
The community is a warm & sunny, affluent and leisurely touristy town where my wife was raised. Probably not unlike Napa Valley, though I have never been.;)
Thanks again.
I have so enjoyed reading all the other one-cards as well. What a great addition to the blogspot!
~Brad

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