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Should I give a relationship another chance?

Posted on 19 September, 2019 at 1:15



Treat this reading as worthwhile and useful Entertainment Only and seek local professional advice for legal, financial, psychological, medical, and relationship issues. While reading the interpretation and advice, please remember you have control of and responsibility for your actions.

Purpose of the Reading

This reading is to encourage insightful reflection on your situation. Hopefully you ‘see’ things that otherwise would be hidden. The reading makes no special attempt to predict future events, as you are the one to take charge of life.

Your journey is completely yours. It is unique. Others may try to steal part of it, tell it in their words or shape it to suit them. Reality is no one can live it or own it but you. Take charge of your journey, it's yours and yours alone!” Kemi Sogunle

My Evaluation

The reading suggests that wishing for another chance contain some many illusions and empty hopes (The Fool - Reversed) that you need to be careful of trusting (Seven of Swords - Reversed) your own judgments and evaluations (Judgement - Reversed).

This is a tough reading that suggests you need to be very careful in wishing for something that rationally will not happen and likely create more pain. The Fool - Reversed sets the tone for the reading with a sense of rashness and carelessness and even vanity. Given the significance of your decision and the nature of this reading I would advice from trusted friends or even some professional counseling.

(The Fool - Reversed Carelessness, rashness; Seven of Swords - Reversed unreliable ally, denial; Judgement - Reversal rejection, failed evaluation)

By Alex McCullie

Useful Background Information

Reading Theme

Desire for reconnection may be affecting your judgements to assess likelihood of success.

Moral Message

Be careful that your wishes are not clouding your judgements.

Useful Questions for Reflection

Is your wish winning over good judgement?

What would I do if I felt free to take a leap?

How willing am I to be vulnerable and open?

How might past experiences help in this new situation?

Useful Sources

Huson, P. (2004) Mystical Origins of the Tarot, Rochester, Vermont, Destiny Books

Waite, A. E. (1971) The Pictorial Key of the Tarot, Stamford, CT US Games System Inc

MacGregor Mathers, S.L. (1969) The Tarot, York Beach, Maine, Samuel Weiser, Inc

Cicero, C. and Cicero, S. T. (2003) The Essential Golden Dawn,T. Paul, Minnesota

McElroy, M. A. (2014) Guide to Tarot Card Meanings, TarotTools.com Publishing

Lerrner, I. and Lerner, M. (2002) Inner Child Cards, Rochester, Vermont, Bear & Company

Tyson, D. (2004) 1-2-3 Tarot, St. Paul, Minnesota, Llewellyn Publications

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