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Tarot of the Zircus Magi Reading

BF-ZircusMagi-RdgToday’s reading is with the Tarot of the Zircus Magi (Duck Soup Productions, 2014).

Now: Ace of Buckets (Cups)

Hmm, not sure I like the look of this! Taking a nose dive on the back of a horse into a huge tank of water is certainly an act of faith, and perhaps love for the strange life of the circus.  And I guess the expression falling in love does suggest it can be a somewhat frightening, immersive experience…

I’m actually abroad as this goes live, trying to bring an end to one part of my day job.  And it is because I want to do more of what I love, and less paperwork.  So, a bit of a scary leap, but one I hope will work out in the end!

Don’t: Ring Billposter (Page of Pentacles)

Cycling around putting up circus posters, this young fellow is a messenger who isn’t afraid to work up a sweat while he’s at it.  And his job will hopefully bring in clients, and therefore money, for the circus.

As the card of what not to do this week, I see a number of things.  First off, I won’t have time to workout today, as I’ll be working and travelling.  As for the rest of the week, it’s not the right time to work on promoting things.  So, where should I place my focus?

Do: Two of Blades (Swords)

These guys may look clown like in their stripey suits.  Still, any acrobatic act that incorporates swords requires a degree of focus!

Balancing different ideas, and perhaps getting some more information so I’m not jumping into anything blindfolded, sounds like good advice.  Keep my eyes peeled, ask for information, and be prepared to wait until the moment is right.  Okay, that I can do!

To read journal prompts based on these cards, click here.

8 Responses to “Tarot of the Zircus Magi Reading”

  • Although I don’t like the artwork of this deck that much, it does provide you with a practical advice on how to approach your goal. Taking carefully considered steps is often a real challenge when you want to change something so badly, but in the end it will be worth the effort:)
    Hugs

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    • Hi Ellen, the reading was really helpful, as it meant I pushed for more information, and came up with a better solution to a couple of things yesterday, though it did take longer. No time to exercise or nap, therefore, but hey, I got a lot done 🙂
      Hugs, Chloë

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  • I notice he added the upside-down M on his Ace of Cups card. 🙂 I’ve never been a fan of the circus, so this deck doesn’t intrigue me. But as Ellen mentioned, it does seem to give you the answers you were seeking (may all go well and smoothly in that transition!). I have been interested in the Oz oracle he did though…

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    • Huh, I can’t see anything about an Oz oracle? Yes, I liked that wink to tradition with the upside down M, in a card that is otherwise quite unusual 😉 Generally, I think any deck will give us the answers we need, as it’s more about who is reading them than the cards themselves. Still, when we feel a connection to the cards, it helps us tune into our intuition, so in that way… 🙂

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  • Interesting! I have always been a bit intrigued by this deck, though I have not felt compelled to acquire it quite yet. But I love seeing decks in use, and this one seems to read well, and includes eye-catching imagery that is totally outside of what I am normally attracted to… but still I find it really cool! Good luck with your transitions 🙂

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    • Thanks, Olivia, and please excuse the late reply. It’s been hectic here between transitions, travels and sick kids. It is an interesting deck, though I don’t see it becoming a personal favourite. However, sometimes it’s about a particular style, so if it rocks your boat… 😀

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