June Tarot Challenge Day 4: Your Heart

I am joining the June Tarot Challenge on Instagram created by WillowMoonMystics. It’s a great way to connect with my cards, practice interpreting the Tarot, and tracking my personal growth. Today’s focus, on Day 4 of the #JuneTarotChallenge is Your Heart.

I am using the Tarot Nefertari Deck to complete this challenge.

This was an odd session. I shuffled my deck with my eyes closed, repeating my intention in my mind. I selected The 5 of Pentacles, Reversed. When I picked up my deck, after meditating on this card and its meaning, I noticed that The Wheel of Fortune, Reversed was turned face-up in the middle of the set. I meditated on these cards together, and something felt off, disconnected. They did not seem to tell the whole story. I don’t usually advocate for re-pulling as it seems like many people will do this when they don’t like the reading, but I had to follow my intuition which said that there was more to this reading.

So I reset my cards, shuffled again and pulled the 9 of Pentacles in the upright position. Pentacles have been my story for a while as financial worries have been eating away at my heart. Rather than discounting the previous cards, I decided to read them all to see the truth. I put these cards together and read them using a three-card spread which felt right because there are three parts of Your Heart: feeling, thinking, and desiring.

Your Heart

As I begin to worry less about finances, I am struggling with feeling empty, like something is missing from my life. I am feeling disconnected from myself and desire more of a spiritual attachment to the world and myself. I am having difficulties in making this connection because I am worried about the obstacles that may be lurking. In my heart I know that things are beyond my control and the if bad things are going to happen, really can’t stop them. I can prepare myself to do the best that I can in the face stressful events. But I want so badly to experience peace, creative freedom, and to enjoy life. I don’t want to saddle myself with worry and fear. I want harmony and unity in my life.

Published by Kristina Brooke

Whovian. Bibliophile. Empath. Tarot Interpreter. Writer. Homeschooler. Gamer. Wife. Crocheter. Knitter. Social Media Opportunist. Foodie. Weirdo. Advocate for Black Women and Children.

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