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September 8, 2011

Question 1 of 4

The Chariot

Question: What kind of person am I? Good, bad, spiritual, non-spiritual?

Response: [Worked with the Revelations Tarot for this session, card was upright] Adventurous / A happy and vibrant optimism / Heading off negative vibrations / Agile and swift but cautious all the same / Ready to move quickly but happy to hold back too / A free spirit / Bohemian energy / Whatever happens happens.

Analysis: Advice, Action, or Suggestion: Another Jupiter card as The Chariot is ruled by Sagittarius. Jupiter is a lucky planet.  It rules philosophy, religion, spirituality, education, publishing, law, culture, and travel. Sagittarius is largely about movement, freedom, learning, teaching, and being happy! So what kind of person am I?  With Sag on the 11th and 12th house house cusps,  I’m the kind of person that is easy-going and lets people be who they are.  I want to share joy and optimism and move away from negativity.  I’m ready to move quickly but I’ll also sit back and enjoy whatever it is in the now. When not having to be responsible (ie working), my energy is relaxed and free-spirited.  So yup, I’m happy with this as well.  It’s how I see myself.

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. And lately I have been feeling stuck. 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 will always get is an objective reading since it’s a blind read. 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. And you can always use what you know and other tarot resources to complete your tarot reading.

Questions 2-4 are not included in this sample.

What’s next?

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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