© Abella Jucy Arthur
Question format for sharing TarotSeek sessions
[date] – [card name]
Question: [what was your question?]
Response: [what did you say about the card you got?]
Analysis: [what does this mean to you once you saw what you were answering?]
Advice, Action, or Suggestion: [what is the outcome?]
The last three questions are posted in the .pdf which I’m saving along with my session papers. I have wrote far more in answering the Analysis and Advice questions because I’m doing it in a journal rather than on the pieces of paper. I would probably write a lot less on paper. And that’s probably why I like the audio recording sessions best.
September 6, 2011
Question 1 of 4
Question: What stops people from asking the big questions? Why do people assume far too much?
Response: [Worked with the Morgan Greer tarot deck] Mental strength of knowledge / Angry / Non-emotional / Protected / Not moving forward
Analysis: People are stopped from asking the big questions because they may have the impression that they have to have a certain amount of training or information to ponder philosophical questions. Or it may upset them to think about what is reality and that causes anger when they would rather be detached and not react emotionally. Some people want to protect themselves from deep thought and prefer not to move forward. I imagine they assume far too much because they don’t want to have a mental stretch. They would rather believe what they will and stop mental growth.
Advice, Action, or Suggestion:While this is hard to accept, it is understandable. With this knowledge of how people generally are, I can be accepting and understanding when people judge (especially when it’s an erroneous judgement) without putting any thought into it or asking big questions to get to the truth.
What others say:
TarotSeek isn’t about looking up or memorizing meanings or even going by your own developed meanings. But once you have answered your own question (Response), by all means look up meanings when you feel stuck in the analysis stage. However, with TarotSeek you have a running start as to what the situation is as it’s an objective read and can give a substantial boost in what the card might mean for your particular situation when looking at your own or other people’s tarot card meanings.
Note: Your responses may not make any sense at first glance and the first thoughts might not be deep or on-point as the rest. This is because we may say what we ‘think’ we should say rather than what is truly there. It’s in the analysis that you will find your clear answer but what you can be clear about is an objective reading. This is why TarotSeek is packaged with a forum where you can ask other readers what’s their take on a response and how they would analyze it.
Questions 2-4 are not included in this sample.
This tarot challenge lasts for 30 days. It ends on September 30, 2011 (during the sign of Libra). Consider doing a blog about your TarotSeek sessions and let me know. Join the forum to get help analyzing your responses or advice on what to do next. Comment here with your results. Do try, my Virgo pleads with you, to use this format for sharing. (Though I wonder: Will anyone else do this other than myself?) It’s nice and neat and makes it easy to connect with what you are doing. And use one of the Challenge Journals to help you explore your responses.
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© Abella Jucy Arthur