Monday, April 25, 2005

Woodsong Reading

Hope you had a nice weekend -- spent most of our's ferrying kids back and forth.
Wanted to clear up my American Idol babble last week -- when I said I picked Scott over Constantine, I didn't mean I was picking him to win, just to last longer in the competition. Looked like a good pick at a time when Constantine was singing Partridge Family tunes; now that he's achieving Greek God status, I'm not so sure anymore.
My sister got a new electric pressure cooker, so we were at her house this weekend trying it out. Discovered she has never been to the Riverwalk in San Antonio (even though she's lived in Houston much longer than I have!). So, we've got a trip planned for the Memorial Day weekend. Will probably be too crowded, but the Riverwalk's a great place to sit and let the crowds flow past you (just make sure you're not sitting under a tree full of pigeons!)
Also wanted to mention that I noticed my old Yahoo Groups Woodsong Reading list is still collecting members -- even though I haven't used Yahoo Groups to send the reading for several years! I sent a brief announcement to this old list suggesting that they resign up through my website. If you received this announcement, then you're already where you need to be ... there's no need to sign up again!
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We'll again pull two cards -- the first suggests something we should focus on for the week. The second suggests things we might consider in order to fully benefit from the attributes of the first card.
The cards are:
Page of Wands (Reversed)
Page of Swords (Reversed)
Well, this is interesting -- two Pages, both reversed! In general, I like Pages. They suggest innocense, excitement, and energy, no cynicism at all. It's not that Pages don't think about defeat, it's that they're completely unaware of the possibility!
So, I normally see Pages are fairly positive cards. There are some issues to work out before you can get them working to your benefit, but the building blocks are all there. Because of this, I usually view Page reversals a little more favorable than other card reversals. I almost always see them as delays -- simply saying that you've got to straighten things out a bit before you can move ahead.
That's pretty much it this time, too. I'm not too concerned about the reversals ... and I see the double Pages as suggesting the availability of a great untapped pool of energy.
Our first card, the Page of Wands, is a lot of fun. It suggests really creative thinking -- maybe even daring. This card often suggests risks -- and the confidence to face those risks. It's usually okay to take those risks -- because even it doesn't work out, you'll learn from the setback and will be able to do even better next time.
The Page of Swords (our second card), suggests being enthusiastic about a new idea or concept. It also suggests the energy and excitement found when you do become absorbed by something. This page's problem is that he tends to jump from idea to idea; he's not a great one for sticking things out.
When you look at the two Page's, you see how they both suggest the possibility of exciting actions -- if you have confidence in yourself and your ideas. The delays suggested by the reversals are perhaps caused by a lack of this sort of confidence.
What can cause us to lack confidence? I think the main one is a fear of failure -- what will happen if we don't succeed? One way to combat this is to simply NOT bet the farm! Don't risk more than you're willing to lose -- in time, money, prestige, face, etc. That way, the pressure to not fail is reduced. If you do lose, then so what. It's nothing you weren't willing to lose; furthermore, the knowledge and experience you'll gain will make it more than worthwhile.
It's surprising that a sequence of failures can actually build your confidence! If you learn from your failures, you begin to believe in ways you can improve yourself and your abilities. This makes you more and more confident in your ultimate success.
And that sort of confidence is what can upright reversed Pages! Be willing to try, be willing to learn -- and you'll find that you're excited and energized about your prospects.
And that's about it this time! I hope things go well for you through the weekend and look forward to talking to you again next week. As always, if you're interested in a private reading, please try my sponsors above or my list of readers at . I also welcome your comments at !
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Anonymous said...

I live in Western Australia, and sometimes I watch American Idol. From what I have seen (or heard) I like Constantine. Mind you haven't watched it for a few weeks.

That I one of my problems, in regards to the cards, I get enthusiatic about something, do it for a few weeks and then lose interest. I have, in the past, had problems with employment due to boredom and restlessness. I know that I can stick to something, otherwise I wouldn't have completed my Bachelor of Science, and then later on Post Grad Diploma. Now I want to study something unrelated, but at the moment nothing has come to my attention that I can really sink my teeth into. Shall see!!

Anonymous said...

I have been intrigued by the readings that you have done for me throughout the month of April which you have emphasized is all about 'CHANGE' and finding confidence in myself in facing
things new.
I would like to say that your readings have been accurate and I am in the process of that 'change' which is not only my life, abode, personal issues but in my work sphere as well.
It is challenging but I am willing to stay with it if I am to succeed in finding that new path.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your weekly readings!
So helpful and useful - and true.
While reading your interpretation of the weekly cards, I get prospective of my life and my problems don't seem so impossible to solve (or bear)! - Finally, it is all in my own hands what I do with my life - if I just have courage to do it! It is a relief to think like that, when I have been stuck in a destructive relationship for so many years. - I can go, and I will go, when the time is right!
Best regards.

jon said...

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