Daily Card Reading for Thursday, March 12th



Essential meanings: Transitions; not being quite out of one situation and fully engaged in another; temporary blindness; no-man’s-land.

The Oracle’s Message: Between the worlds is where you must let go of the tendency to make assumptions. This is a time when you are unable to see what is ahead. Cultivate curiosity, and trust the process of change and growth. You are done learning the lessons the experiences that have just passed. In this place, between what was and what will be, is a state of making and unmaking and making again. What is essential now is to admit not knowing. There is great freedom and power to be unleashed, as a mystery that is not yours to understand weaves the web of life, within a Divine matrix of consciousness greater than your own thoughts, feelings, beliefs, desires, and decisions. The seeds that were planted in the past begin to take form, but you probably will not see what you expect. When you are between the worlds, you are invited to see with the curious eyes of a child glimpsing a rainbow for the first time. Do so and you will not be disappointed.

Relationship message: This is a time to explore the new energy that is gathering between you and another. It is not a moment for certainty but rather for discovery and curiosity. You don’t yet know if this will last forever, so allow yourself to explore who you are and what is reflected back to you. This relationship is meant to educate you about yourself. What do you need? What do you like or dislike? What values are important to you? You are in a critical phase of your relationship that is not to be dismissed or hurried.

Prosperity message: In your work, sometimes you try things that have worked for others, hoping that you, too, will be successful. When this symbol appears, it reminds you that sometimes the path to your prosperity is a gamble. Win or lose, you can learn much from what comes with your wager. It’s a good time to bet on your skills and talents to do something new and different. Remain curious, and with the right combination of timing and luck, you will stumble upon something golden that will be unlike anything you’ve known before.

Published by David Lee Moser

I am a sixty-three year old semi-retired elementary science teacher.

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