In this week’s Theme, Approach, Challenge Reading, we again have remarkable concurrences (I don’t believe in coincidences in regards to the Tarot or Oracle cards).
Keeping in mind that I randomly choose these cards… X • The Great Wheel (also known as The Wheel Of Fortune) has popped up again – from a completely different Tarot deck – as our Weekly Theme.
We are being told that we have entered a new life cycle, and therefore, new beginnings. Karma is rearing it’s head with the old adage “What goes around, comes around.”
How This Reading Works
In case you’ve never seen one of my Weekly Theme, Approach, Challenge and Guidance Tarot or Oracle Readings before, I’ll explain how it works.
How It Works
The Theme of The Week is overall subject or concerns that will be happening during the week.
The Approach To The Week is about what attitude, feelings or actions to try and use regarding the issues.
The Challenges of The Week card seems obvious, however, these aren’t always easily accomplished.
It’s important to me that you know that:
- I do these Readings with the utmost care.
- I have never engineered the choosing of these cards.
- The fact that the cards coincide on a regular basis is absolutely genuine.
- The cards have always been chosen with me asking: “Please show me which card to choose for our Weekly _____. Please help me to choose one for whatever the readers of the post need to know or need help with”.
- I read the cards separately and together.
- The cards are chosen with pure intent for each particular ‘position’ (Weekly Theme, Weekly Approach and Weekly Challenge).
- Christine’s Guidance is written psychically (by the receiving and translation of information from my Guides).
The Great Wheel
A new cycle begins, marked by the Great
Wheel, reflecting how all reality is cyclical. Everything spins. Everything is motion.
The principles of karmic return. Eternity and the continual renewal of life, transformation, and rebirth.
The old is giving way to the new; a new cycle has begun. It gives a sense that change or evolution is already underway.
Always reminding us of the principles of karma, it says, “What goes around, comes around.”
Master of Flames (King of Wands)
The Master Of Flames represents status and wealth. An individual who helps those he cares about. You can rely on his honesty, intelligence, loyalty, and fair mindedness, and you are sure to get good advice from him. He can refer to a situation, which is exactly as it appears to be with no hint of deception. This card can indicate the good fortune that is coming your way, perhaps in the form of unexpected help or advice, good news, a promotion, or an inheritance.
Four Of Chalices (Four Of Cups)
In contrast to the three of chalices, where merriment and celebration are in full bloom, the Four of Chalices reminds
us of those times when, even in a full room, we can feel immense loneliness and isolation. A feeling of being displaced and foreign in a world in which you have never quite belonged.
Your emotions are about to consume you. You don’t even notice the emotional gifts that friends, family, and work brings. You remain blind to them all in your despair, longing for something more.
How The Cards Come Together
We are being told that we have entered a new life cycle, and therefore, new beginnings. Karma is rearing it’s head and makes us feel all alone.
We have been through new beginnings before, however, and have experience regarding how to handle this. We just need to be reminded that we confidently can, and will, see this through.
Our challenge being that we’re withdrawing our emotions from a situation (work or family matters) or a person. After intense emotional involvement, we may need some space for ourselves. Don’t forget to take time to recharge your emotional batteries. You can’t help or support others if yours are depleted.
Tarot Deck: The Sirian Starseed Tarot by Patricia Cori