Tarot Musings: February 26, 2022

Tarot Musings: February 26, 2022
What would you think if these two cards appeared together in your Tarot reading? The Four of Cups and The High Priestess.
Consider this hypothetical scenario: Your Tarot consultant has drawn two cards for you, and the concept you're working with for the layout is "problem/solution."
You are feeling discomfort in your job, and you have been trying to figure out what to do, what you should change. And you've stumped. You have thought of ideas, but you don't feel like anything you've imagined is that much better than where you are now.
You want to understand what  is causing your feeling of discomfort in your job. And you want a hint to where the answer to that problem might lie.
The first card represents the core of the problem. In this case, the Four of Cups. It's a "weary of what I have before me" card. It's basically screaming, "I have this work, or this job in front of me, and I should be happy and content with it.  But I'm not."
And for what might you be wishing? A hand to give you another cup, another option to consider. This is the dilemma: you have several things, but you aren't happy with them and you want something else.
Notice this: the "something else" that you want is similar to the things you have now -- the hand is offering another cup, even though you already have three cups.
So then, the solution? The High Priestess. Tune into your creativity, and to your imagination. The High Priestess concerns your intuition and things that you may be not entirely conscious of -- your intuition vs objective and rational thinking. This is often where clues lie. 
Have you ever been unhappy but not really known why?
It probably doesn't happen that often -- usually if we are unhappy about something, we can describe what is "wrong." But that's not always the case.
If you're tired all the time, worn out before you even get out of bed, that can be a sign that you need to change something.

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