Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ July 2016

Dear readers, welcome to this month’s Tarot Reading for the Collective, and welcome to the Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix. I had had my eye on this beautiful contemporary multi-cultural tarot deck for quite some time, and it was on my To-Buy list when I went to Readers Studio in NYC this year. The Tarot Garden had one left in stock, and buy it I did, hooray!

The questions for July are:

  1. Who are we listening to?
  2. Who should we listen to more?
  3. Who will hold us accountable?
  4. How can we love each other well, and without judgment?

As usual, I will let the cards speak to you directly.

 

  1. Who are we listening to?

Two of Pentacles

Two of Pentacles - Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix

To listen to me is to know the need to maintain balance in trying times. So many things are being thrown at the Collective that are aimed to disturb you and distract you from what your hearts yearn for. I am helping you to keep your feet on the ground and to remember why you chose this way of living in the first place.

If you aren’t sure if you have made choices that are beneficial at this point, let me weave your head and your heart closer together. Then you might stop confusing one for the other. Let both your head and your heart speak to you in equal measures, with the intention of helping you be at once practical and magical in your decision-making processes.

If you are content with your choices, then keep striving and stay strong in your core, and if there is ruckus ahead, it will be nothing you can’t handle.

It is important to consider, however, that you are listening to me because you expect there to be some sort of struggle. Perhaps the Collective is listening to me so intently because I hold a tension of power that is familiar yet unyielding. Do you wish to listen to a different story?

 

  1. Who should we listen to more?

Three of Wands

Three of Wands - Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix

Listen to me to help your mind escape the boundaries placed by the status quo. Listen to me more to keep you growing beyond the old, worn out, seemingly-true-but-not-really-true-statements like “that’s just the way things are”/”sometimes you’ve got to do things you don’t want to do”/”I’ve got no choice”.

Take a breath with me and consider other options. Perhaps some of them aren’t quite ripe enough to connect with just yet, but by holding them in your mind and heart you allow them to grow beyond the idea stage and into reality.

Invite in new thoughts that are welcoming to your heart. Be curious about where the mere act of considering these options will take you. Set up boundaries that protect you from unnecessary criticisms and made-up fears.

 

  1. Who will hold us accountable?

Eight of Swords

Eight of Swords - Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix

Hehe. I will hold you accountable by reminding you of your superstitions just enough to keep you in line, but leaving you free enough to find a more ethical way forward.

Seek out the places where you lose track of your moral judgment and stay there until you can feel your intuition finding you again.

Having me hold you all accountable means you must pay attention to the moments when you just want to forget what your intuition is saying and fall off your path. I will keep you on track and I will make you pay attention. You cannot relax and fall into an apathetic stupor with me on your case. Take a rest by all means, but recognise that the rest allows you to step with more certainty and piercing insight. Walk carefully and walk properly, but above all, keep walking.

 

  1. How can we love each other well, and without judgment?

Nine of Wands

Nine of Wands - Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix

You must be willing to walk away from your carefully constructed and heavily guarded opinions. You must be ready to enter a space where nobody knows you. If I can help you love each other well and without judgment, then you will notice a certain freedom when faced by people who think differently to you.

Instead of fear, you may notice compassion arise. This does not mean you have to lose sight of your own value system, but you may hold the creative notion that there is a way forward together.

Loving each other without judgment requires self-knowledge, and the best way to do that is to get to know your own inner mystery. You won’t find this knowledge in noisy debates, you will find it when you sit down with your own mind and heart. Be patient with the rate at which you grow. There are no contests here, only checking points.

Keep checking in though, with yourself and with those you love, so that collectively you can all learn how to support each other simply by opening your hearts. There are powerful places to reach when you are willing to converse with wisdom, so jolly well get to it. If you find yourself alone at any point, you don’t have to stop and wait for others. Slow and steady is best. See you on the path, my dears.

 

© Sarah Barry ~ Tarot Readings with Psychic Sarah 2016

This Tarot Reading for the Collective was done with Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix.  These images are used here with her permission. You can find out more about this beautiful deck at lisadestcroix.blogspot.com.au

Lisa de St. Croix also offers a series of online tarot journaling workshops that I have found incredibly powerful and useful. They are also very affordable. More info here.

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Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix

Tarot de St.Croix by Lisa de St. Croix.

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