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Reading #5: The little Cross

I’m returning to my job from 11 month long maternal leave tomorrow. I’m quite excited as to how everything will work out.

So for various reasons, I decided to do a quick and easy layout – and use the little cross known as the core of the well known Celtic Cross Spread. I asked how will this first week back at work be. 

6 of Coins

There is only two cards; the first crossed by the other:

1. The Situation and the 2. The Challenge

And both cards I’ve drawn within the last four weeks of the Primary Deck Reflection Process, namely the 6 of Coins and the 10 of Staffs – The Phoenix.

10 of Staffs

The first card has to do with my two children I think. It is there I still am now, and this position  is being challenged by the Phoenix, the card of death and rebirth, of what is coming to an end, and what has to be transformed to be something or someone else.

Therein lies the challenge of this week. Emotionally and mentally to be with the two children in the picture  – but then to be forced by the challegences of my work to be in an entirely different state of mind.


3 Responses to “Reading #5: The little Cross”

  1. Charles Says:

    …and, more mundanely, the Six of Coins reminds you of the need to be fair in dividing your time & attention between the two (children) and the two areas of your life in question (work and family), I guess. The Ten of Wands of course also hints at a possible feeling of having taken on too many responsibilities to handle on your own – ask for help with the load! lovely cards – is that the Revisited Alchemical deck you have?

  2. Kristine Gazel Says:

    Thank you for your comment, Charles, it is highly valued.
    Yes, it is the Alchemical Tarot Renewed.
    A really wonderful deck.
    Love, Kristine

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