Toronto, Ontario Tarot Weather Scopes for March 1 to 31, 2013 — TarotSeek
I used my TarotSeek method for this. I didn’t know which week I would be answering. The same question, other than week difference was asked: What will the weather be like in Week ___. And what will be on the minds of the people?
March 1 to 9
Page of Wands. The physical weather will have drier conditions. Dreams of new jobs and opportunities coming your way, will be on the mind. Plans for spring and summer vacations also on the horizon. Note: the current 14 day trend shows dry weather from March 1 to 8th. But as we know, the weather can change at any time.
March 10 to 16
Queen of Wands. The weather continues to be drier. Spring flowers are ready to begin their journey towards the big bloom. Feeling steady and ready for new ventures provides us opportunity to stretch our wings but preparation to return to a possible past, if need be, is also highlighted. Note: Mercury goes direct on the 18th, so going back to the past is definately a possibility. The 14 day trend shows warmer weather but with rain and some flurries. But as we know, the weather can change at any time.
March 17 to 23
Judgement. We’ll have colder weather but sunny skies brighten up our views. Spending time with family and friends is on the agenda. Music is important to soothe our soul, and there might be a musical delight (such as a new album, or concert) that awaits. Note: David Bowie, one of my favorite artists, will have launched his new album on March 12th in the United States. I probably won’t get it until this week. Also when is March break? Anyone know?
March 24 to 31
The Star. There is some snowfall. This winter has quite the hold on us this year. However water, and/or rain will clear the snow and dirt off the streets once again. Spring cleaning and opening yourself up to warmer weather is on the horizon.
As a Toronto tarot reader, I’m available to teach and give TarotSeek readings.
My ebook Psychic Jucy’s TarotSeek: Learn How To Read Tarot Cards For Yourself is about giving a reader a method of reading that will give instant, accurate, and objective readings without any formal tarot training, memorization, or long-winded reading.
Having said that, if the reader is lacking confidence in their abilities (ie new to reading or doesn’t believe they have the *gift* cough, cough) it can be very hard for them to interpret their ‘answers’ or ‘responses’.
Today, a student mentioned that the Tarot Prompt: Describe the card meant that all the cards would eventually mean the same thing and she wouldn’t get anything new out of it.
I said that’s only one prompt. What about this one: What’s the first thing you see? Is the light in the Hermit’s card the first thing you always see? Or maybe do you see the mountain, walking stick, or beard first? Whatever you see first becomes the ‘anchor’ of your response. It has meaning, and there’s a reason why you see one thing over another first.
Also, after you’ve described the card once or twice, you don’t have to keep doing it for that deck, as you’ve already done it. And doing it, connects you with the card’s core meaning.
TarotSeek is a tool for traditional tarot reading, as well as standing on its own as an original method of tarot reading.
(Note to self: Add this to my TarotSeek blog and twitter account).
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This is for a recent consultation called: The Kitchen Sink. It’s where I combine astrology, tarot, numerology, psychic and whatever else is there. ;-)
It’s a great first time read because then I can know what other service (I offer) might best fit your situation, life, questions.
> Hey Abella,
> I cannot thank you enough for your time and insight with my reading. You
> are beyond words as far as interpretation and I am thankful our paths have
> crossed. You have given me enough material to set some of my reservations
> in motion.
> Thank you again for your time and wisdom. On a casual level...."Oh my gosh, that was
> so god damn fun!". Ahhahhahhaaaaa.
> Love & Light,
You are an awesome teacher and you truly want me to succeed. Thanks for going above and beyond for me yet again!
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Most tarot books are like trying to learn English from a dictionary or thesaurus. Keywords and descriptions won’t help you put a sentence together nor will they give you an accurate tarot reading. Your Tarot Teacher, Abella
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