October 20, 2008 by Art of Cartomancy
Every once in a while a reading is so clear and so perfect that it bolsters my confidence in the cards. The spread I’m showing here is just such a reading, and I HAD to share it on the blog. These cards were drawn for a female client named Terrilynn. Special thanks to Terrilynn for allowing me to share her reading and feed back on the blog.
Terrilynn is tired of her job, and she wanted some direction on what type of work to pursue. For this mini reading I chose to draw 5 cards at random to answer a specific question.
- 24 Heart
- 32 Moon
- 27 Letter
- 22 Crossroads
- 34 Fish
Heart + Moon = Terrilynn desires a job where she can utilize her creative talents.
Moon + Letter = Creative writing is something that would bring her emotional fulfilment.
Letter + Crossroads = Writing would offer her many options for success, and is something she could do part-time or freelance.
Crossroad + Fish = Writing affords her several choices or options for earning good money, running her own business, and finding the independence she desires.
Heart + Moon + Letter = Love letter or romantic writing. Writing about love and romance.
Heart + Fish indicates that Terrilynn would be happiest being in business for herself, and she is wishing for more independence.
Moon + Crossroads indicates that writing would provide several options for her to express her creativity.
I told Terrilynn that the cards show that she has a talent for writing, and that she’s be happy working for herself writing freelance for several different publications. I also told her that she could find success writing about relationships, love and romance.
It turns out that Terrilynn has a B.A. in English Literature, and she enjoys writing. She has always wanted to write a novel, but she’s always felt intimidated. I told her she should look into writing for online publications to get her foot in the door, and her name out there. She should also consider starting that novel she’s been thinking about. I asked her if it was a romance novel, and she said no but a romance would definitely be central to the theme.