A Tarot Card for This Blog: The Nine of Shields

Nine of  Shields: The Lady Ragnell
 
Magical transformation
through love
by being given
(or giving one’s self)
permission
to do what you really want to do 
and be who you really are.
 
Foresight brings success!
Adhering to one’s values. 
Diplomacy, prudence and honor. 
Fulfilling obligations. 
Popularity. 

Honoring a promise brings fortune!

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8 Responses to “A Tarot Card for This Blog: The Nine of Shields”

  1. kit Says:

    That was really insightful and very timely. Thx. I can’t believe I was about to spell that ‘inciteful.’– (Hallo Freud? Call for you on line one.)

  2. shamanspath Says:

    Dear Kit,

    Thanks so much for the comment. When you scare up Dr. F., give him my regards.

    Joy and light,

    Neal

  3. cathy Says:

    very appropriate. Wishing all of you well. Even Canadians are feeling the energy up here.

    Too bad our politicians are taking a page from a banana republic at the moment, what with a failed coup having taken place by the losers of the last election – Oct. 14.

    America deserves to celebrate today.

    I’ll be watching from the north.

  4. shamanspath Says:

    Thanks, Cath.

    My suggestion: make banana splits!

    Blessings,

    N

  5. Liz Says:

    Good card for today. Occurs to me that it might be a good practice to follow these suggestions every day…”permission
    to do what you really want to do
    and be who you really are.”
    – Very valuable words.
    Thanks!!

  6. shamanspath Says:

    Dear Liz,

    Thanks so very much.

    Blessings and blessings,

    Neal

  7. Just Me Says:

    I was contemplating a situation in which I currently find myself and decided to pull a few cards, just to see what they had to say about it all. Eight of Spears, then Knight of Spears, then Nine of Shields. I am feeling much better about the scary, crazy, but completely right for me decision I am coming to believe in.

  8. shamanspath Says:

    Glad to hear it.

    Blessings, light and peace,

    Neal

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