|Man, Snake, Anchor|
Instead, this week I want to explore the first way of reading small spreads with House positions which I mentioned last week. Using this method, you simply apply the position number as the House. So, in a three card draw you use Rider, Clover and Ship as your Houses. Here, then, we have Man in Rider, Snake in Clover, Anchor in Ship. This gives us a few possibilities:
☛ Actively seek information about short-term twists and turns involving an international work project.
☛ Dynamically apply logic to find the opportunities in the boundaries around a stable venture. (Examine the boundaries, for example contractual obligations, or the limits of those people assigned to it, in a project that seems secure or perhaps overly rigid, in order to figure out a better, more fluid way of dealing with it).
☛ Use your ability to communicate effectively in order to tempt someone into an opportunity related to a past connection. (What is someone you are dealing with feeling nostalgic about, that perhaps brought them a sense of security? How can you use this information to tempt them to do something which is a good opportunity for you both?)
For myself, it is a combination of the first and second which feels most helpful. I'm involved with a couple of international work projects, and could definitely do with getting more information on each, as well as assessing where they are in terms of boundaries and opportunities.
I haven't been focusing on these projects much lately, with responsibilities at home in the foreground, and then the UK Tarot Conference to attend (P.S. there's an extra post and a giveaway on Wednesday about this). However, a couple of emails and the delivery of a huge wodge of paperwork that I need to read highlight that this is something I should spend some time on sooner rather than later. While I may be tempted to do something that feels more exciting, sometimes I just need to get down to the work that needs doing. And the faster I get to it, the sooner I can turn to other, more interesting things...