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Tarot Reflections


 December 15, 2003

Meditation: Three of Wands
Michelle 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!"

Michelle can be reached via email:


Close your eyes imagine an orange ray of light shining down on you, melting all your worries away. As this happens, breathe in and breathe out.

It is a clear blue day. You are walking in a patch of green with a smattering of wild daisies and cornflowers. You have an ornate wand in your hand with blazing red letters saying three. Is this your walking stick or your guide?

The sound of waves can be faintly heard. You walk briskly, aware of old feelings and longings stirring up inside of you. Can you smell the ocean air now? You finally make it to where the land ends to a beautiful wide vista of the water. You stand between a wand on either side of you, one with a red ribbon and one with an orange ribbon. You know others have stood here to ponder what is next on the horizon for them. Now, you do the same. You can sense the life pulsating from the three wands now together, reminding you that you are a part of this tapestry we call life.

Turn your attention to the gorgeous view in front of you. What do you see on the clear blue ocean? Ships sailing? People swimming? Dolphins playing? What you see on the water, what does it mean to you? Stand here as long as you need to.

When you are ready to leave, leave the third wand at the spot where you just stood. As you walk away, a doorway rises out of the flowers to return you back to your reality.

Record and reflect on the three of wands in your Tarot journal.


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