Memorial Day Monday Musings (that's Bank Hol Musings for you across t'pond lol). Today's deck is one that has always captivated me, but one I don't use frequently, the Quantum Tarot by Kay Stopforth and Chris Butler. It's an interesting deck that features images from the Hubble Telescope along with some pretty interesting ideas when it comes to the interpretation. It's also one that sometimes has me scratching my head, which is usually a good thing, because then I learn something!
This last week has been full of an interesting roller coaster of emotions, but then, that's pretty much what last week's Monday Musings hinted! This week is a busy one, lots to do, the days are long and enticing me to be productive. What will they bring to you? Monthly forecast? Weekly forecast? Daily forecast? It's up to you, you know the drill! Pick the one that calls to you, then read the reveal in the comments for a mini-reading for the week ahead, or read them all as a story-telling spread. Your reading, Your call. I'm just the messenger.. I'm still offering private readings, too, so if you want to know a little more about what the universe has in store for you, hit me up. "I'm here to help."
LEFT: The Hanged Man
The Hanged Man asks you what you need to surrender in order to be all you can be. According to the Quantum Tarot, this is a card that embraces the Uncertainty Principle, which is really kind of cool when you start to dive into it and contemplate how it applies to your life. It is impossible to simultaneously measure both the mass and the velocity of an object, and this can be translated into your daily life in that it is impossible to predict everything that is going to influence you (that's rich, coming from a psychic, eh, but those who truly understand what being intuitive mean will sooo get this one, ha ha). If this is your card for the week, it is a reminder that there is always going to be that element of uncertainty around you and around others in your life. Yes, some of those events may turn your life upside down, but that does not always have to be a bad thing. The way forward is to take everything as it comes, neither fear it nor embracing it, but—like the Hanged Man—put yourself out there and just see what transpires. As my daddy used to say about the weather, "Don't like it? Stick around, it will change!"
MIDDLE: The Hermit
The Hermit is a card of introspection, and asks you where do you need to shine your light so you can see who you truly are? In the Quantum Tarot, this is a card that deals with subatomic particles. It's asking you to scratch the surface and see what lies underneath. If this is your card for the week, it is a message to go deeper—and that might not be pleasant, for we all have things that we try to hide, we all have aspects of ourselves that we don't want to face up to, never mind let anyone else see! This card is asking you to take a long hard look within yourself, beyond what you present to others and beyond what you already know about yourself. It's time to find the deeper truth, and in doing so, open yourself up to a richer life experience.
RIGHT: The 4 of Wands
In the Rider Waite Tarot, the Four of Wands is a card of celebration. According to the Quantum Tarot, it is a card of Electroweak Unified Force—and yes, I had to look that up to know what it means! It's actually kind of cool, for when you get into the physics of this, it's confirming that things that seem dissimilar are more alike the closer they are to each other. The question this card asks what are you working to successfully integrate. If this is your card for the upcoming week, it is a sign that there is some unification going on, it is reassuring you that the two seemingly different aspects can find a common ground, you just need to bring them closer to see the similarities. The more you look at where the harmonies, rather than the differences are, the more you can bring that unity into all areas of your life.