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Tarot Reflections

 March 1, 2004

Meditation: Seven of Wands
ichelle Swan, Tarot Reader

Michelle Swan is a Tarot Reader and actress from The Bronx, New York. She fell in love with Tarot cards about four years ago, and has been a devoted lover ever since that time. Michelle has found her personal and spiritual development has flourished with the use of Tarot.

"I am delighted to write the Tarot Meditations and I hope you all enjoy reading them as well. Bright blessings to all!"

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Get comfortable and close your eyes. Follow your breath in and out until you feel at peace. When you are ready, let us begin.

You are walking under the summer sun in a small valley. The birds are singing and you feel happy. You notice a golden orange wand lying in the middle of this large field. You pick it up and notice the word seven appears in the top of it.

A sharp wind seems to come up out of nowhere. A chill comes into your body. Clouds seem to sail fast and cover up the sun for a moment. You sense you’re not alone. You see six people dressed in long red leather jackets and mirrored shades coming for you at all sides. They each have wands they are waving in the air. You feel they are not friendly. A surge of feelings erupts within: anger, excitement, hatred, defiance? This is your day and you are not going to be pushed out of here. You know it is six against one.

The seven of wands vibrates in your hand. It’s ready for what comes, so you decide you will be too. You put up your wand in front of you like a sword ready for the first move.

“Bring it on.”

They all come at you almost at once. It’s as if you and the wand are one. No thought or doubt comes into your head. You act as one great force. One by one you dispatch of your attackers. Some go flying in the air by the strength of you and the wand. Others go running off after two or three vicious jabs that wound them.

“YES!” you shout, feeling victorious. You are bruised, sweaty and bloodied yet you never felt better in your life. The clouds leave and the sun returns, almost sharing in your triumph. You can spend more time savoring your victory or perhaps you are ready to leave after your battle. When you are ready, walk to the end of the field back into your reality. Record and reflect on your fight aided with the seven of wands. Think back to your own life and what battles you may have soon. Affirm you have the strength to see it through, as you did with the seven of wands.




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