TarotHunter’s Silver Bullets:
- Your feelings of dissatisfaction and ennui distract and overwhelm you. Instead of changing the situation, you howl you unhappiness to the moon and whoever else will listen. Stop wallowing and make some changes!
- You might feel you’re missing a deep emotional connection with someone but it’s possible that right now you in a lone wolf phase. You might need to learn how to be with yourself before you can be with someone else.
- You have an opportunity for emotional growth and exploration but you refuse to accept it. You haunt yourself with things out of reach. Rather than crying for the moon, enjoy and appreciate the gifts you already possess. Explore them fully and in great detail before moving on to something new.
Tarot Hunter’s Silver Bullets:
- Sometimes finding satisfaction in work has less to do with salary and more to do with the pride of a job well done.
- Learning new skills can be their own reward but remember the saying “work to live, don’t live to work”.
- Consider how much more valuable our wealth, our possessions, our “stuff” becomes when we’ve worked hard to achieve them.
Celtic Wisdom Tarot
Text by Caitlin Matthews, art by Olivia Raynor
Destiny Books, 1999
The Book says – Completion, perfect or satisfying resolution; the end or finalization of a cycle; successful achievement; triumph; self-respect; synthesis; a sense of communion with all life; clear self-expression and realization.
Reversed: Lack of momentum impedes endings; failure to achieve; inability to accept oneself; to allow changes or perfect closure, or to release potential; inability to see the wood for the trees; fixed of received views obscure self-essence.
Tarot Hunter’s Theories: This card speaks of balance and a sense of completeness. Nothing is missing; all the parts are present. There is a quiet feeling of self-worth and achievement. This can happen when we have worked hard to achieve something – a deep sense of personal satisfaction and inner peace. There is something about this card that suggests being centered; focused on our inner world and our inner needs. We no longer need to search the wide world over for excitement and adventure because at this particular moment in time we have found what we were looking for. The sense of well-being and joy just radiates from the center of this being. And it also suggests that if we
There is something about this card that suggests being centered; focused on our inner world and our inner needs. We no longer need to search the wide world over for excitement and adventure because at this particular moment in time we have found what we were looking for. The sense of well-being and joy just radiates from the center of this being. And it also suggests that if we blend our different parts and elements, allow ourselves to be at one with the world, we too can feel this blessed state.
What I really love about this card is that it portrays this sense of well-being, peace, and blessedness as intrinsic to the being in the card. We are the source of this, not any external stimuli. All the external world can do is help us realize this fact. All the drugs, alcohol, sex or possessions in the world will not give us this feeling. They might create an illusory substitute which tides us over for a brief time, but ultimately its falseness rings through and we are left as empty and bereft as when we started. If we look within ourselves and realize the gifts we have and the fulfillment we can find; the sense of achievement and personal satisfaction that is ours for the taking, then we too can be radiant, blessed, perfected beings.