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    Dream Tarot Cards

    by , 08-05-2011 at 03:29 PM (910 Views)
    It was a fragment, but I was at a Tarot Card reading, and I drew the red Ace of Diamonds. I looked up what it is, and it's the same as the Ace of Pentacles, which means:

    ACE OF PENTACLES

    MATERIAL FORCE
    PROSPERITY
    PRACTICALITY
    TRUST

    ACTIONS

    using material force
    focusing on concrete results
    having a real-world impact
    working with the physical
    achieving tangible results
    improving the body/health
    becoming involved with nature

    prospering
    having the means to reach a goal
    enjoying abundance
    drawing to you what you need
    flourishing
    seeing efforts rewarded
    increasing assets
    experiencing growth

    being practical
    using common sense
    getting down-to-earth
    taking advantage of what works
    being realistic
    grounding yourself in the real world
    accepting the tools at hand

    proceeding with trust
    believing in the good faith of others
    feeling safe and protected
    knowing you have total security
    operating from a known position
    having a support system
    knowing the situation is stable
    consolidating a firm base

    ACE-ACE PAIRS

    An Ace-Ace pair shows that a new spirit is entering your life.
    It draws on the energy of the Ace of Pentacles:
    --- prosperity, abundance, trust, security, groundedness
    plus one of these:
    --- Ace of Wands: creativity, excitement, adventure, courage, personal power
    --- Ace of Cups: deep feelings, intimacy, attunement, compassion, love
    --- Ace of Swords: intelligence, reason, justice, truth, clarity, perseverance


    DESCRIPTION

    The Ace of Pentacles is a symbol of possibility in the area of prosperity, abundance, trust, security and groundedness. In readings, it shows that a seed of productivity has been planted in your life although you may not yet recognize it. When the seed sprouts, it could take almost any form. It might be a feeling of centeredness, desire for results or need to focus on practical matters. On the outside, it could be an offer, gift, opportunity, encounter or synchronistic event.

    When you see this Ace, examine your life to see how its solid energy could work for you. Now is not the time for fantasy, drama or daring. It is a time to be real and centered. Seek out comfortable, reliable experiences that make you feel secure. Build a foundation of trust in your life both within and without. Your common sense will tell you what to do. Focus also on the natural world to help you stay grounded. Enjoy your body and all the joys of material existence.

    The Ace of Pentacles can be a sign that you will be able to make your dreams real. Your ideas are ready to be turned into something tangible. Figure out what will work and make it a reality. You can now attract all the wealth you need to get your projects going. Tap into the material force of the Ace of Pentacles, and all your enterprises will flourish.

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    Tags: ace, card, diamonds, tarot
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    Comments

    1. Zelkova's Avatar
      The problem is that IIRC the card can mean something TOTALLY different if it was upside down when you drew it. Being a deck of playing card where you can't tell can been an issue.

      Did you see what it means when in reversed?
    2. Aeolar's Avatar
      No lol. But it wasn't reversed... It looks the same both ways?
    3. Aeolar's Avatar
      Does that mean it's a double meaning?
    4. Zelkova's Avatar
      Well, like I said, with a normal deck of Tarot cards the images/card name are there to show if the card is upside down or not. I do not know what the rules are when using a normal deck of playing cards.

      Like I said, that could be an issue. I recommend reading the reversed meaning but otherwise I wouldn't worry to much for it. I believe the rule is to assume the card is upright when using a normal deck of playing cards.
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