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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Judgement – Inverted

Judgement - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Toot your own horn with confidence. Don’t let the nay-sayer’s get you down and disrupt the good feelings. You know who you are when you look in the mirror. You know how far you’ve come. Be cautious of boasting, of too much ego; but allow yourself to be different and proud of yourself.


Additional Insight:

There’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance. What someone else sees will depend on what glasses they wear. If they don’t have pride in themselves, they’ll see you as arrogant. If they hold confidence within their own being, they’ll see you as confident.

It’s ok to celebrate your successes and stand with pride over your accomplishments! But how you show the world your excitement and self-confidence will make a difference as well. Be careful not to boast to loudly. It’s ok to say I’m happy I was able to do this or that. But it’s also important to remember that others helped you get there.

Being different isn’t a bad thing. You may approach things from a different angle than others, but it’s that alternative perspective that can help you succeed where others fail. So celebrate your uniqueness with humble gratitude and appreciation. But with pride in your accomplishment and in yourself. You deserve it.


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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Judgement – Inverted

Judgement - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Don’t be blinded by rash judgements. Things aren’t as they appear to be, but they’re not what you think they are either. Your walls of skepticism are clouding your judgement and allowing your fear or anxiety to get the best of you. So before you toot your horn too loudly, make sure you have all the facts and have done a little investigation before you make a final decision.


Additional Insight:

Don’t claim more than you can prove or accomplish. Your reputation is respected and you’re being asked to do more than before. That’s great and brings new opportunities for success and recognition. But be careful what you take on. It’s ok to admit you’ve never done that, but you’re willing to give it a try. Others will respect you for admitting your lack of experience and your willingness to learn.

However, if you claim you’ve done something before and you’re “hired” for your experience in that matter, you better make sure you can deliver. Not doing so will harm your reputation not only for this position, but for many others to come. The word will get around and it will be hard to recover from.

If you’re the one making the offer, don’t assume the person you’re contacting can’t do the job simply because they don’t know the proper buzz words. If they’re willing to try and you like their gun-ho attitude and experience in other areas, consider giving them a chance. You may want to check in on them a little more often to see how they’re doing and to offer help. But don’t automatically assume they can’t do the task. They may  be the best worker you’ve ever partnered with.

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Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Judgement – Inverted

Judgement - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Use your good judgement and listen to your gut feelings. Others are trying to pull the wool over your eyes, but they’re using a sheer cloth to do it. Though they are failing miserably and you can easily see through their game, stay vigilant and manage your reactions with clarity instead of anger. Remember it’s your horn that calls to the world and brings success or failure. Don’t give in to their attacks, misinformation or lies. Your wings can reflect the peace and care of the compassionate world and help you to control your responses. Listen to your intuition and choose the right path for your future.


Additional Insight:

Even though others are playing games and acting irresponsibly doesn’t mean you have to do the same. Their emotions are buried too deep into the fight and they aren’t seeing clearly what’s really going on. The veil they are hiding behind is coloring their judgement and causing them to react instead of being pro-active.

You don’t have to play their game and allow your emotions to get the best of you. You have the Divine Spirit behind you and guiding your path. Do what you can to remain calm and listen to this higher guidance. Trust your gut instincts and set forth your response and plans in a pro-active manner instead of with knee jerk reactions.

Use your compassion and concern for the well being of others to let some of their petty attacks slide off you. They’re simply trying to get you onto their playing field. Show care for those caught up in the fight at no fault of their own. You may be able to use their assistance in the coming months.

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Todays Tarot Meditation Drawing: Justice – Inverted

Justice - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Some one around you is trying to tilt the balance and drowned out the other side of the story. It’s up to you to ensure the swords have been lowered and balance remains in tact before decisions are made. Remember Justice is blind for a reason. Get all the facts without prejudice and you will bring reason into the fight to resolve the conflict fairly.

 


Additional Insight:

There is always two sides to every story. You may not want to believe what you hear today, but it’s important that you don’t take sides. You’re being watched and judge by others for the manner in which you’re handling this issue. Don’t rush through your judgement and don’t take sides based on friendship or whither or not you like someone. Talk to both parties involved. Talk to those who work closely with them and may be involved in the conflict. Back the ‘story’ up with facts, check emails and time stamps against schedules and assignments. By late today, you’ll be able to fairly resolve the issue. 

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