Thursday, June 02, 2005

Woodsong Reading

Hi there!
Hope your week's been going well and I'm sorry for the delay -- it hasn't been a good month over here.
My dad passed away suddenly on Tuesday, so things have been a little crazy. He came down with something called Guillian-Barre disease last Thursday (my birthday); it's kind of like a Bell's Palsy ... some paralysis of the extremities caused by a nerve inflammation. People used to die from it -- it would paralyze your breathing muscles, but isn't considered a fatal illness anymore because you can just use respirators. There are some treatments, but basically you just have to wait several months until you get over it.
Anyway, Dad was doing fine; they decided to put him on the respirator "just in case" and sedated him because he didn't like the breathing tube. His blood pressure went down after the sedation -- and then just kept on going down until his heart stopped. No one expected it.
The "bad month" part is because my brother-in-law passed away mid-May (cancer -- it was expected). Plus, my next-door neighbor's 19 year old son was shot and killed the next week in a totally random robbery. It's been pretty tough.
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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:
Ace of Wands (Reversed)
Knight of Cups (Reversed)
Note the two reversals -- I'm going to come back to that in a moment.
Like all Aces, the Ace of Wands suggests something new ... maybe even something exciting or at least very interesting. This might be an opportunity ... perhaps a chance to express yourself creatively. While this Ace suggests you consider areas where you might excel, realize that you also need confidence and courage to do so. This Ace suggests you may expect to be successful -- so it may provide strength if you're feeling tentative.
Let's try to further filter the message of this Ace with the Knight of Cups. I always am a little uncertain with face cards -- are they referring to people, or are they referring to a set of attributes. Different readers feel different ways. I'm somewhere in the middle -- I think sometimes they do refer to people; othertimes, they do suggest attributes to consider.
In any case, the Knight of Cups is strongly affected by emotions ... perhaps to the point of being overly romantic or dreamy. This is a very sensitive card. While these are admirable attributes, you should resist the temptation to look inwards too much. You should be aware of overall balance when considering this Knight (and all Knights tend to go to extremes in one way or the other)
What I'm thinking is what happens when you get really involved in a project -- one that really enthralls you. You may become absorbed in the project to the exclusion of all else. Our first card suggests a new and exciting endeavor; our second card warns about retaining balance in your life. Lets consider our reversals -- I think we're getting a warning here to be wary of short-changing other facets of our life should we become too interested in one single project. While it's great to become involved in new things, we shouldn't let the rest of our life -- or those involved in our life -- suffer from it. Sometimes we have to emphasize one facet of our life over the others ... but be careful not to let it get out of hand!
And that's about it this time! I hope things go well for you this week 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 http://www.woodsongtarot.com/readers.html . I also welcome your comments at http://woodsongtarot.blogspot.com !
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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent site and free weekly readings. Sorry to hear about your dad and brother. Its admirable that you keep on - I guess thats why they say LIFE goes on. Thank you for your excellent reading and greeting
Jacky

Susan said...

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. And the rest of your family also. As you know it seems that deaths comes in three's. Just know that your readers are here wishing you all our best. Also many thanks for all your wonderful readings.

debbie said...

so sorry to hear about your dad i lost my dad nearly 3 years ago so i know the pain you are feeling
remember all the good times and keep him alive in your heart
debbie

sharon said...

Hello, now there are more angels to guide you. Words are not enough to say how sorry I am for your losses.
Thanks for the readings, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sharon

Anonymous said...

From me too -- all my sympathy. I look forward each week to your reading. Thanks.
Anonymous

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry to heazr of all your losses in the month of May. Here you are trying to help others and you have all of your own troubles to contend with. May God Bless You

Anonymous said...

Sweetheart,
I am so sorry about your father's sudden passing. Never fun to associate a death or illness with your Birthday either. Whether expected or not, death is upsetting because that person is not physically with us, but I like to think that you have another angel watching closely over you, wishing you every happiness in the world.
Pamela

Anonymous said...

My dear friend,
Just wanted to take some time out to say how sorry I am about the sudden death of father, and your brother. A truely difficult time. I wish for you love and healing. I would also like to take this time to say thankyou for your weekly E mails, they are very enjoyable and informative. I like to think of you as a friend. May your life soon be filled with happiness once again. Love

iparxo said...

i am very sorry to hear about the loss of your father and another member of your family ,also about the young one.such a loss...time is the best doctor in this situation for you and your family and if this help just think that they are now in a better place than ours.i wish u all the best

Anonymous said...

Huge thoughts of strength to you, what a trying time for you indeed! No lose is a small one, and your courage to continue may help many others. Thank you for your wonderful readings. Namaste!
Dinese (=

Anonymous said...

I would like to take this oppourtunity to thank you for your readings, which I have been receiving for the past 3 years or so. More often than not, they are quite relevant for me and my life's journey. I would also like to send my condolences for the three losses that you have experienced in the past few weeks. My thoughts are with you, from all the way down under in Australia.

Anonymous said...

i was very saddened by the loss of your father. also your brother-in-law, and your neighbors son. my parents are both gone, and it does leave quite an emptiness. however, they are always with you, in your heart and spirit. nothing anyone can say can make it feel better. but hopefully knowing that all the people who enjoy your stories about everyday life, and your readings, are sending you their prayers, offers you a small amount of comfort. take care and God bless....
Jackie - Raleigh, NC

spiritualprincess said...

My heart goes out to you in your time of need. Remember your not alone in your own pain as your reader's are sending their healing energy your way.

jayne said...

i am so sorry for your loss i have been recieving your readings for awhile now and feel u are an old friend and i understand how u must be feeling i lost my mom last summer and its just now getting bearable... take care and take time to feel and grieve and get better and thank you so much for the readings i love them.

Anonymous said...

Hello I was reading how things have been going for you. I am sorry to hear the losses you have being having. Life is funny that way. I understand because I lost a love one and it has been six years, but reading your loss reminded me of my brother. I have many happy memories but saddness knowing he is gone. Well glad to hear you are okay. Sending you blessings and pray that you use this to empower yourself. Take Care by Sam

Woodsong said...

Thank you so much, everyone I appreciate so much your kind words; this is the first time I've lost someone so close and your kind thoughts are making it easier to deal with.

Woodsong

soulsurvivor1948 said...

I am very sorry for your loss. I lost my mom 3 years ago and my sister last year. But with the help of good friends and family we can get thru these tradgedys. Also like to thank you for the weekly readings ive been getting for, wow, i thnk 2 years! i look forward to them,
peace & blessings
Fran

Mia said...

Gday there Just wanted to say sorry for your loss and happy birthday fellow twin
I really enjoy your readings often read after the event (my slackness) and i like how you personalise them by what you have been up to. Hope everything cheers up with you and look forward to your next reading

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