Tarot Reading for Day of the Sun

One thing I’d like to learn more about is tarot card reading. I’ve dabbled in it since I bought the cards about five years ago but for one reason or another, I kept forgetting or putting it off. Not anymore.

To do this, I’ve decided to do a reading for myself every Day of the Sun (Sunday). This reading will consist of six questions and six cards drawn. The question are:

  • 1. What negative energy is holding me back?
  • 2. How do I get rid of this negative energy?
  • 3. What are possible obstacles?
  • 4. What is the positive energy in my life?
  • 5. Is there Inspiration on embracing the energies?
  • 6. What are the opportunities that lay ahead?

The deck I’m using is The Art of Tarot by Liz Dean. The interpretations are from the booklet that came with the cards. This is a deck of 78 cards.

Sun’s Day January 2nd Six-card Reading

What negative energy is holding me back?

Seven Swords Upright: The Seven of Swords indicates lies and mistrust, which can manifest as difficult dealings with a dangerous opponent. Hemmed in and confronted, you will need excellent tactics in order to win, and you may resort to outright cunning. The message is to fight hard for what belongs to you.

How do I get rid of this negative energy?

Three Cups Inverted: In the reversed position, good possibilities come to nothing. There is disappointment in a relationship; this may be a passionate affair that blinds you to your responsibilities, or a faithlessness on your part or your partner’s. Minor health problems may lay you low.

What are possible obstacles?

Six Cups Inverted: The reversed meaning of his card is nostalgia, and an inability to let go of the pasta. Keeping the old alive keeps you emotionally trapped and unable to welcome in opportunities and new people. What is holding you back?

What is the positive energy in my life?

 II The High Priestess Upright: Keywords: wisdom, intuition, decisions, authority, dreams: The High Priestess is the female sage, a goddess of knowledge who brings insight, integrity and wisdom. She is also known as the Papess, the female counterpart of card IV, The Hierophant, or Pope. Number II, she symbolizes duality and a link between the conscious and the unconscious mind. Her open book represents her learning, and the pomegranate, fruitfulness. UPRIGHT: When this card appears in a reading, it can show a personal desire for guidance and knowledge, particularly if you need to make a major decision. Listen to your intuition, yet seek inspiration from older and wiser counsel, male or female. The High Priestess seeks solutions to apparent opposites, so ask for help rather than allow an inner conflict to persist.

Is there Inspiration on embracing the energies?

Four of Pentacles Upright: A successful venture, or ‘rounding out’ of an enterprise that means you can now feel more secure after a period of insecurity or financial pressure. Appreciate all you have achieved so far in the knowledge that you now have the grounding with which to move confidently forward. This card can also show a return to better health.

What are the opportunities that lay ahead?

Six Pentacles Inverted: Stinginess, others refusing to pay debts, or false offers. When reversed, the Six shows inappropriate use of funds – withholding monies due or tantalizing cash offers that amount to bribes. Don’t buy it.


5 thoughts on “Tarot Reading for Day of the Sun

  1. A lot of this reading was similar to mine – time to let go of things that don’t serve. All good questions. Good luck with tarot reading Diane. I couldn’t get a feel for them and getting real good at Oracle cards now. 🙂

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    1. I think this is good advice for any time: let go of that things that don’t serve.

      Your Oracle cards are beautiful. I’ll look into them more. I’ve never used or see a deck used on me. And I’ve been to about a dozen ‘card readers’ in my life time.

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        1. You have more to let go than many others. Let go? Maybe find peace with. There will be parts of 2021 that will remain with you always. Hopefully, they are the good parts and the stolen moments of joy that appear even in the bleakest times.

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