Available for Readings 3/25/16 from 5:30-Close
I'm excited because I just found out that I will be reading cards at the Sister Dragonfly Gallery tomorrow night. It's the Frankfort Ave Fat Friday Trolley Hop too, which is lots of fun, so if you would like a reading or just want to check out an absolutely fabulous shop, then please come by and see me. You can get more information on the links below and I hope to see you there! :)
I asked the cards for the message that I needed to share today and this is what came up. The Queen of Swords, The Four of Wands and the Page of Cups. From these cards and their order, I pick up on a woman who has made a big decision in her life. She has been through some sort of transformation and is now ready to move on. She may not be feeling warm and fuzzy about what she has to do, but she knows that it is the right decision to make. In fact, the Four of Wands suggests that she is ready to celebrate that the worst is over. I am feeling that a male plays into this situation as The Page of Cups. As is obvious from the position of the cards, he offers her love. This individual might be a son or a friend, but whatever the case he feels and would appear to be younger than she is. The Queen does appear to acknowledges the significance of his gesture and his presence in her life. Guidance from the cards would tell her to accept the love that others offer, but to be smart about allowing them to influence any decisions that she makes. A celebration is in order once the deed is done.
Tonight I am using my Egyptian deck while under the supervision of my faithful companion. I drew The Moon card. While this is not the card's typical meaning, tonight I am picking up on an emotional struggle between good and evil, right and wrong or dark and light. You must strike the balance within yourself, as you cannot have one without the other. The decision you are trying to make isn’t easy, but denying your emotions won’t help you. Remember that dark thoughts and feelings don’t make you a bad person. If you bury them too deeply or too long, they will find a way to surface that is often far less pleasant than if you just go ahead and address them. Anger, hatred, fear or rage may not be things that you are comfortable with, but they are necessary tools to help you through your struggles. Just use them wisely and know that they will pass. They are temporary visitors and when they have worn out their welcome you will be able to let them go and send them on their way. Then you can welcome back more pleasant guests like happiness and joy. Wishing you many blessings. Ember
This was one of those days when I intended to draw and discuss just one card, but felt compelled to draw three. There must still be some Valentine’s Day energy in the air, because I feel like this spread is just all about love. When put together, the message that I get tells a story. The Hierophant speaks of a relationship that was a blessing for those involved. There is a teacher/student vibe to this card, so one person may have been more of a mentoring or “father” figure, while the other had more lessons to learn and may have been more naïve or inexperienced. The suit of Cups is all about love, emotions and feelings, and the King of Cups in this spread repeats the “father figure” or “teacher” message for me. There is a loving person with strong or more dominant energy in the relationship who tends to have mastery and control over their feelings. This card is also front and center which tells me that this person is basically the one “running the show.” That being followed by The Lovers card is significant, because The Lovers has a strong message related to balance. The partner in the “student” role may need to make sure that their feelings are also being heard and not discounted. It could be time to be more assertive and ask that your own needs be met as well. While The Lovers card is not always about a relationship that is sexual in nature, when I read this card this is often the vibe that I get. When a relationship is based in friendship, the Two of Cups usually shows up instead. Of course all readers are different, but in this spread I definitely get a romantic feel to the relationship with this card at the end. The overall reading indicates a relationship that is loving, but may be somewhat out of balance. It’s important that both parties give and receive love and attention in equal amounts, although not necessarily in the same way. One may show affection differently than the other, but in the hearts of both involved it should “balance out.” If it doesn’t, then The Hierophant indicates that it would be a blessing if it were over. The time may come when the student surpasses the teacher. I hope this reading reaches and helps those who need to receive it and wish you blessings! Ember
My name is Kennedy Turner and I am the owner of The Cat's Meow, Tarot and Talismans, LLC. I am an intuitive Tarot card reader, medium and healing Reiki practitioner. I also design, cleanse, bless and consecrate jewelry and other objects for use as protective personal talismans, tailored to meet individual needs.