pansexual does not mean attracted to you
bisexual does not mean attracted to you
homosexual does not mean attracted to you
heterosexual does not mean attracted to you
nothing means attracted to you
i am not attracted to you
no one is attracted to you
you are not attractive
°˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖° i’m glad we had this talk °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖°
I can relate a lot to this card. A lot. The Knight of Swords represents the keen and penetrating mind, and while the card gives off plenty of bright idea, she lacks the ability to focus or to bring them into being. She is the unfocused, random mind with a short attention span. Despite this knights scatter brain, we are to learn from her mistakes. Instead if moving to fast or rushing like she would, we are to enjoy the journey just as much as the end goal. When reading, most would say that the card stands for conflict in life, and having an act of rushing without thinking very much. The Knight of Swords is a free spirit. A rebellious, impatient person who is eager to get themselves into trouble. Though the knight is often arrogant and always quich-witted, to back up their rebellion. My deck shows the Knight of Swords apon a horse, running and rearing recklessly. She is waving her sword in the air and behind her stands a man with a worried, frightened look on his face. Without a doubt this card shows rebellion and self confidence.
I pulled a court card out of my deck today. The Queen of Wands. A social butterfly. This queen is nurturing to the self, the ego, and the passions. She knows how to associate with others, and interact well in social groups. The Queen has a personality that shines through and that speaks for itself. Not only is she in touch with these emotions and social skills, but she also represents the channels through which these emotions are expressed. sexuality can be associated with this card. Not in a physical way, but in a expressive sense, such as a sexual personality of through dance. My card shows the queen , while sitting on a throne holding a wand, she is petting the head of a young boy. The boy is holding a potted plant, which I think represents the emotional expression coming out and blooming within the boy. In the background is a burning house, which I at first did not understand, but I think It is supposed to contrast with the queen. While she is social and inspiring, there is turmoil to contrast with her. The Queen is a warm hostess, and she inspires these traits to be brought out in others.
In an attempt to better learn about my personal deck, I’m blogging about my cards. I start with The Fool. A clean slate, and the number “0” gives the card potential. She is an innocent and rash force sweeping through ones life. Though the card gives mostly positive vibes of new beginnings, it can also bring foolishness and a tendency to rush. My card depicts the fool walking to the right, which I view as “forward”. She is dropping money and flowers without a care, as if it does not matter because new beginnings are ahead. there is a bird standing in the background, as if it also can start new; fly away in any direction , toward new beginnings. The fool is on her way to a new, and very unfamiliar future.
I need to start writing blogs about my tarot cards to I can actually learn them
I’m really stoked to have a garden this summer and connect with nature .