Have a lovely week 🙂
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Love the way you’re reading the cards, and turn the negative energies into positive one. I learn so much from you, and you are my absolute favourite tarotblogger! And sorry if I don’t write english as well as you, – english isn’t my first language 😉 But I keep trying!
Looking forward to friday already, I LOVE fridays! 🙂
Thanks for this lovely reading, and your interpretation of the cards. Have a great week!
Thanks Maria – I feel honored to be your favorite Tarot blogger! Your english is great – I can only speak English, so I am always so impressed by bilingual people! Have a wonderful week 🙂
OMG what a mental confusion!! I will definitely plan some practical activities so I will get busy with my hands. To put some Pentacle energy as a counterweight to all these Swords. Lovely hopeful ace in the middle !!!
great reading Kate
Haa ha – yes, it is a bit of a “mental” week, I think! Thankfully, the 10 of Swords hasn’t really come up for me yet today….I think I got all my negative thinking out of my system on the weekend!
Hi Kate! Wow that’s a lot of swords in one week! I do feel stuck right now and have been and I also feel stabbed in the back! Hope I can get out of that mode! Have a great week!
Michele, this is THE week to shift out of that mode – good luck, you can do it! 🙂
Logged into email just five minutes after you posted this weeks reading. I appreciate the connection you send out to your viewership. Looking at this deck I notice it has no outer edge. Which reminds me, how do you feel about cutting shaving decks? I have not done this before, though I have read about it. I feel that I would regret it but I might make a few color copies of cards and try it on the copies.
Thank you for the reading Namaste.
I have trimmed a couple of my decks – The Crystal Visions and The Cosmic Tarot. This deck (the Morgan-Greer) didn’t have borders to begin with which is part of the reason I bought it. I like the way a deck looks without borders, but I am not the best at trimming them – my decks end up being a little bit uneven here and there, but I think its worth it to get the no-borders look. If you do it yourself, make sure you get a corner cutter to do the corners – actually, Donnaleigh did a great post about how to do this: http://www.divinewhispers.net/apps/blog/show/7279714-cutting-corners-and-borders-crafty-tarot
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