Your Tree of Life Spread
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Your Highest Ideals

The King of Wands

Ares is our King of Wands. At his best, he is a forceful leader that is passionate, dramatic, exciting and bold. He gets results by taking risks, and he gets them fast. In the ancient world, hed be Alexander the Great, conquering through revolutionary military tactics; in the modern, hed be Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. Hes telling you to take a risk and innovate.

Your Creative Power

Queen of Cups Reversed

Amphitrite, goddess of the sea, is our Queen of Cups. Upright, she is sunlight on water, all sparkling joy and calm serenity. Reversed, however . . . not so much. Think of the deep, unfathomable ocean, cold and merciless. Or a storm tossed sea, volatile and dangerous. You or someone near you isnt controlling their emotions, their emotions are controlling them.

Your Wisdom

The Hermit

Diogenes, the first Cynic, famously lived in a broken water pot and owned almost nothing. When the Hermit card comes up in a reading, it advises you to take a moment to step back from the way society measures success and reflect on what is really important.

Your Virtues

King of Cups Reversed

The sea can be still as glass on the surface, while tsunamis are forming the depths. Likewise, when this card comes up in a reading, someone may not be feeling the way you think they are. Trusting this king is a gamble; a master of the emotions is also a master at manipulating them. Watch out for lies, deception, and someone using your emotions against you.

The Force of Your being

Seven of Pentacles

Hecate, goddess of witchcraft, was one of the most versatile deities in Greek mythology, believed to have power over the earth, sea and air. Likewise, you are currently being blessed with success in your current field, and the ability to find talents in new areas.

Your Health, Beauty and Altruism

The Six of Wands Reversed

The muse above is holding an instrument, but not playing it. Likewise, you may be lacking confidence or doubting your abilities right now. Alternately, you may be playing for all youre worth, but it feels like nobody is noticing. Keep at it; this is a phase and will pass, but the skills/lessons learned will remain.

Your Loves, Lusts, Artistic Self and Instincts

Six of Swords Reversed

In the middle of the Trojan War, Achilles got into a quarrel with his ally Agamemnon, who had stolen a beautiful slave that Achilles had wanted for himself. So Achilles refused to fight. Likewise, theres something you need to do, but youre resisting. If you wait until youíre forced into it, your options will be fewer than if you make the decision yourself.

You as a Procreator, Designer and Scientist

Ten Of Wands Reversed

History is cyclical -- just ask Clio, the muse of history, on your card. Right now, you may be going through a challenging time. But she would like to remind you that, like the good times, the bad ones never last. There, donít you feel better?

Your Imagination and Psychic Self

Death Reversed

Hades, God of the Underworld, spent centuries bemoaning the lack of a dating scene in hell, until he finally got his act together and kidnapped the beautiful Persephone. Likewise, the Death card reversed warns of a life in danger of stagnation because the risks necessary to succeed are not being taken.

Your Physical Self

The Knight of Wands Reversed

The Dioscuri, twin gods of horsemanship and protectors of guests and travelers, were charming, handsome and brave. But they could also be rash and impulsive, getting themselves killed in a family feud after kidnapping their cousins girlfriends. They never learned that, just because you can do something, doesnít mean you should.

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Karen Chance