When I pull cards for a daily draw, I usually ask to be shown something that will happen that day, or something I need to know.
Yesterday morning, I pulled the following cards:
Mystical Lenormand (c) 2005, 2007 – AGM-Muller
The Lenormand cards suggested I’d get an update or feedback (Rider) concerning some type of documentation (Letter) resulting in accolades (Moon), positive recognition (Moon + Storks) and/or successful completion (Anchor) of a project.
12 Birds as the clarification or additional information, in combination with 27 Letter and 32 Moon, brought to mind “advertising” or “promotional” documentation, which instantly alerted me that I might receive news (Rider) concerning a PowerPoint presentation I’d recently created for a former colleague.
What Actually Happened:
The cards manifested quickly. About three hours after the draw, I received feedback (Rider) via an email (Letter) regarding the PowerPoint presentation (Letter + Moon + Birds) I’d prepared. The feedback recognized (Moon) the improvements (Storks) I’d made to my former colleague’s original concept and he complimented me on a job well done!
Once again, my cards provided an accurate “heads-up” on what to expect as the day unfolded.
We each have our crosses to bear. Mine include frequent morning headaches which I rate in my daily journal on a scale of 1 (not so much) to 5 (just shoot me now).
This morning I got hit with a 4.
The headache, which had started around 4:00 a.m., was so painful I almost didn’t pull cards (the key word being ‘almost’). The ibuprofen I’d taken (chugged down with the requisite cup of black coffee) hadn’t made a dent. How I even managed to shuffle the deck can only be explained by sheer force of habit.
Here’s what I drew:
Mlle. Lenormand Jeu de destin No. 194115 (c) 1986 Piatnik
The first two cards were appropriately literal. COFFIN can indicate a headache and COFFIN + CROSS certainly can suggest a headache of monumental proportions. The third card, STORK, was hopeful, indicating relief, as this card often indicates changes, usually for the better.
I wound up going back to bed for a couple hours, and by the time I got back up, thankfully, the headache had dissipated, allowing me to continue on with my day.
In retrospect, I’m glad the daily draw hadn’t been more complicated. My head was hurting way too much to bother trying to figure out much more information than these three cards provided.
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