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The Black Tales Tarot by Carlos Gee
Conscious: 8 Cups (reversed)
Unconscious: 5 Cups (reversed)
Advice: 6 Pentacles (reversed)
Are we seeing clearly where our material and emotional energy is best used or overly invested in validating our stories about the past? Is the healing available to us being recognized for what it is? Are we asking and accepting the support we require to detach from those narratives? Those are the questions being asked of us by today’s cards.
It’s time to consider if we have and can use our best discernment in what to engage and who we connect with spiritually, emotionally, & materially. Our healing and recovery from any painful relations or circumstances comes by way of processing our own needs and whether they can be met in the environments where we currently exist or if we must seek our reciprocity elsewhere. Be fearless in communicating needs and boundaries and prepared to detached where they are not respected. Today, self regard may be tested. Why linger in a space where you are not being valued? I won’t again. #lessonlearned
I wish you all balanced and compassionate cohorts on your journeys today. kori.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
ॐ Namasté - Blessings!
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