Hello again! Music first:
I wrote a rundown of this kind of reading in this post, if you have any questions that would be a good place to start.
Who I Was
The Four of Wands represents completion and celebration. I’ve talked about this at length, and it’s the most cliché of all clichés for any creative person, but getting past yourself and finishing whatever it is you’re making is an incredible feeling. Take pride in your accomplishment.
Who I Am
The Star represents hope and peace of mind. All writers hope that we can make a living off of our writing. It’s just the nature of the beast, why would we want anything else? I know its easy to get stuck on the hows and whys of making it happen but resist that. Hope and hard work can be enough.
Who I Will Be
The Six of Swords represents hope at last and travel. More hope. I think, as a whole, humans have a difficult relationship with hope. Disappointment is always significantly more crushing when we had hope beforehand. On the flip side, triumphs are significantly more joyous because of it. The best things are not gotten without risk and effort, one of the few universal truths. (Which encourages autonomy more than a rich man wanting a wife. Just saying.)
As always, thanks for reading and let me know what you think in the comments. Bye!
Image belongs to me, taken by my sister. You don’t want to see pictures I’ve taken. Trust me.