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Tarot Scope for the Week Ahead: December 18th - December 24th, 2023.

Published on December 18, 2023

Every week, I pull a card for the community and offer my thoughts on what the Tarot is predicting for us this week. Additionally, I recommend some cute things to do this week which are inspired by whichever card I pull!

This is my free tarot reading for week number 51: December 18th – December 24th, 2023.

Card of the week: The Reversed Seven of Pentacles

There’s still that scattered energy lingering collectively from last week, and we’ve struggling still with focus. Not surprising, considering what is going on in the world right now, and how we are seeing so much of it on our social media, or the news, or in our inboxes.

Maybe it’s time to reevaluate our priorities in a way that we can start to honour our energy – are we putting in too much effort to see family who aren’t really that bothered? Are we spending too much money on things that don’t give us long term benefit, or being around people who aren’t deserving of our friendships or relationships too? Because all of these scenarios impact our health and wellbeing, and we need our cups to be full right now and not on empty.

What we can do, according to the reversed 7 of Pentacles, is to take a step back and reassess. It’s ok to put something on hold or cut it out completely if it’s not serving you. Especially this week when things are still uncertain, we need to conserve our energy for what really matters.

upright seven of pentacles

Things to do and try this week which relates to the reversed Seven of Pentacles

  • Date idea or activity: Plan a reflective date visiting a botanical garden or a place with a variety of plants, allowing you both to contemplate growth and change. Even a garden centre can offer a lot at this time of year.
  • Book to read:The Art of Doing Nothing” by Veronique Vienne, a book that explores the value of taking breaks and reassessing priorities.
  • Movie to watch: “Eat Pray Love,” feat Julia Roberts.
  • Playlist to try: Create a playlist with calming and introspective music to accompany moments of reflection.
  • Dish to try: Experiment with a simple and mindful cooking approach, slow cooking or using a tagine.
  • Good action to do this week: Volunteer for a local environmental organization or community garden, contributing to a project that involves patience and nurturing.
  • Self-care action: Dedicate time to allowing yourself to be present and patient with the unfolding of each moment.
  • Affirmation: “I trust in the natural process of growth and change. Patience allows me to reassess and align with what truly matters.”
  • Skill to try: Learn about sustainable practices for at home or gardening techniques, connecting with the process of growth and seeing the results of patience.
  • Deity to learn about: Gaia
  • Journaling prompt: “What aspects of my life are in need of reassessment, and how can I approach this process with patience and understanding?”
  • Documentary: Watch “Innsaei,” a documentary exploring the importance of intuition and inner reflection in navigating the complexities of life.
  • Charity to donate to: Human Appeal for the genocide that is happening with Palestine. Humanappeal.org.uk
  • Photography idea: Capture images that symbolize the cyclical nature of growth and change. Trees losing their leaves, new buds, that type of thing.
LB

I have been reading Tarot for more than 15 years. I have always enjoyed using my intuition to provide clarity and insights to others. Tarot is one of my favorite forms of divination, and I love sharing that passion with like-minded folks.

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