Today I asked – yet again – about my vocation path. I really hoped the cards would narrow my choices down for me, but not really. The details of the spread above are as follows:
1. Tarot – The Sun
2. Astrology – Ace of Cups
3. Yoga – 8 of Wands
4. Herbal Medicine – 10 of Cups
The last card underneath the deck was The World. They all look pretty good as far as pursuing for study and vocation, I reckon. Naturally, The Sun being the only major places more emphasis on Tarot, but all paths looks beautiful for me 🙂
I guess I’ve done this spread far more than I care to count, since doubt is sometimes a necessary part of life. I also did another spread specifically on studying Medical Astrology this year. My intent in doing this spread was to find out if it’s a good option for me. I drew three cards and was surprised to get three majors, just like that.
Here I see the Hierophant as the teaching of knowledge within a structured system. Astrology is actually very structured and organised, not to mention it is an occult science and art – the quintessential Hierophant knowledge. Judgement is definitely a great card to get when having doubts about following a path. I guess it does depend on the surrounding cards, but I’ve always felt it is a very positive sign, though a bit intense. As for the Wheel of Fortune, I see this as a student and teacher interaction, more than anything else.
So I reckon around April I’ll enrol for an online course and just go with it 🙂 Until then, I have plenty to keep me busy, such as checking out the local cafes, going for walks through the national parks, not to mention the beaches!! Though, to be fair, I’ll be honest and admit swimming isn’t exactly advisable at this time of year – deadly jellyfish are flourishing over the summer months. It wouldn’t be Australia without some poisonous or deadly wildlife around… For your viewing pleasure, I’ll end with the most spectacular sight to grace my eyes in a long while…
Yes, Ulysses butterfly, and they are rather abundant in the lush forest. Bliss.
Many blessings to you all,