The Anchor, about traditional work responsibilities, is in the top line, so no full nine square. Around it are the Scythe, the Dog, the Coffin, Stars and Incense Burner. I get a message of needing to cut my losses and and do a spiritual cleansing in order to re-find where my loyalties lie. More questions and meditation, then, about what I need to release and how to open myself to new ideas 😉
Around the Moon lie the Mice, the Man and Woman, the Birds, the Clover, the Whips, the Book and the Ship. I see the Moon as being about the outward-facing side of work, about how others see us in our work role. Without the Market card, you could see this as marketing. It can also be about legacy work, or fame: it’s also the emotional side of work.
Once again, there is a theme of a loss of forward momentum, and a need for some ritual to access my intuition.
In terms of action to take: communicating rationally will bring some happiness and improve my luck around this project. I see the need here to communicate more about my plans, and find the synchronicities that will bring me in touch with the people who I need to connect with to make this a success.
That brings to mind two different things going on right now. Firstly, I was recently approached by a company that can put me in contact with potential clients. Best check that my profile and info is written in a way that is logical and appealing. Secondly, a need to network in a more organised way: there’ll be an opportunity for that in a couple of weeks that I should make the most of.
I don’t normally see the Fox card in a work context, but Rana George does. Added to that, this morning as I was writing this post two foxes came and played in our garden for a couple of minutes. That’s something I’ve never seen before in three and a half years living here! So, synchronicities should be listened to, right?
Around the Fox we have the Child, the Heart, the Fish, the Birds and the Whips. Commit to being playful in order to grow your passion, spread word of what you’re doing, and make sure your communication isn’t haranguing, while still talking about it over and over.
More networking, then, and being playful about my communications. And talk, talk, talk!
Just as the last four cards in a traditional Grand Tableau can be read as advice from the Universe, I shall read the final pair at the bottom of the throw. The Bear and the Letter together advise me to write about diet.
That’s something I already had planned, I’ll admit. I had an epiphany over the summer, and completely changed my eating habits, as well as how I track food. I’ve also lost a kilo a week since the changes. So, plenty to talk about, especially as I’d love to help others achieve their ideal, healthy weight, too!
To read journal prompts based on this GT, click here.