Divination Bicycle!

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Posing casually with my bike!

For those who enjoy my flowery, glittery, tarot bicycle, it has a new addition to the wheels! For the first time, instead of laminated photocopies of tarot cards around the wheel, I have an actual tarot deck spinning around – The Relative Tarot by Carrie Paris.

So now my bicycle is a Divination Bicycle! I ask a question before I ride, or while I’m riding, and the answer comes depending on which cards are at the top of the wheels when I arrive at my destination. I then post a mini reading based on the cards on Instagram (my account is public, and can be viewed by anyone, whether they are on Instagram or not).

I posted the inaugural reading last week, and the second one today, and I have posted them both for you to read, below. If you want to read them on a regular basis, you can follow me on Instagram @sarahthepsychic.

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Bicycle Divination Reading Number 1 (13.06.16):

How can we work together as a global community to diminish hatred and violence?

Front wheel: The Emperor, and on the other side of the wheel, The Star.

Back wheel: The High Priestess, and on the other side of the wheel, The Queen of Cups.

[Front wheel = Visible ways of working.

Back wheel = Hidden ways of working.]

The Emperor says, “Sit with the wise ones and speak to each others’ strengths rather than each others’ weaknesses.”

The Star says, “Heal what you are able to right now within yourselves, and continue to explore healing as you continue to live in this marvelously strange world.”

The High Priestess says, “Illuminate the honesty that others are afraid to see.”

The Queen of Cups says, “Imagine the world’s leaders in group therapy and envision them recognising the choices that limit themselves (and the community). Hold the hope that they can work with the level of integrity that is required of them.”

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Bicycle Divination Reading Number 2 (20.06.16):

Tomorrow, June 21, is the Winter Solstice (and Summer for the Northerners, of course).

My question for this morning was,

What archetypes can help us set the best intentions for the Solstice, so that we can create what we really want to see in this world?

Front wheel: The Page of Swords and on the other side of the wheel, the Queen of Coins.

Back wheel: The Fool, and on the other side of the wheel, The Hanged One.

[Front wheel = Visible ways of working.

Back wheel = Hidden ways of working.]

The Page of Swords says, “Be fearless in your intentions, no one is the boss of you!”

The Queen of Coins says, “Remember the Earth as you lay down your dreams. You live upon her, after all!”

The Fool says, “Set an intention that is perhaps too big to perfect before the Equinox, but set it just in case you land well!”

The Hanged One says,  “Take a breath before you cast your wish, and recall how far you’ve come since this time last year.”

And a special mention from the Wheel of Fortune and Queen of Swords who sit in the middle of the wheel but are lined up with the top cards this time!

Wheel of Fortune says, “It doesn’t have to be a huge intention if you don’t have the stamina for it. Just make sure it’s authentic.

And the Queen of Swords says, “By golly make sure you can hear your own heart! Let the clarity of vision pour out!

If you have a question for the Divination Bicycle, please post it in the comments. Please keep them community focused! Intuition will be the decider as to whether I use them or not, but I would love to hear what you want to ask.

© Sarah Barry ~ Tarot Readings with Psychic Sarah 2016

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