Two Major Arcana cards, and one Court Card. In this reading, Sarah Taylor draws your attention to something that is emerging as a result of a fearless act of inquiry and adventure on your part. This is a baptism of fire, and it’s what a part of you has been searching for. Now – can you follow its direction?
What does True North mean to you, and how do you keep on track when the path it’s leading you down becomes obscured? Keep going, is the answer that Sarah Taylor writes about in this week’s reading. Feeling off-piste, and being off-piste, are often two totally different things. Your creative fire is still very much burning.
While the Weekend Tarot Reading may have taken a week’s break, the cards are still working with a theme present from the start of this month. Sarah Taylor revisits the layouts of October 4 and 11, and explores them in light of this week, with a reprisal of the Nine of Swords, and an archetypal Return of the King in the form of the Knight of Cups.
Due to a “collision of circumstances,” Sarah Taylor’s attention has had to be focussed elsewhere. This means that the next Weekend Tarot Reading will be published on Sunday, October 25. Last week’s reading is still very much in motion, and it’s worth giving it another look, perhaps through new eyes. The link is available when you click through.
What happens when the Knight of Cups (the King in the Rider-Waite Smith tarot deck) owns his experience fully and walks the path of his destiny — and his heart — without apology? What happens when you do? You may feel like you’re going it alone but, as Sarah Taylor observes, there’s something up ahead that’s as eager to meet you as you are to meet it.
In this week’s reading, Sarah Taylor explores the idea that “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” The Lovers brings you into the world of duality and choice, but paradoxically there are more choices available to you than you might think. It comes down to whether you want to walk the same path/s again, or choose something that may feel riskier (because it’s new), but which is creatively more in tune with who you are.