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Tarot, Relationship Building, and the 6 of Pentacles

The 6 of Pentacles’ Pentacle Juggling Team sent me an Inner Voicemail message today.  As I watched them through the card portal up in their Mystereum sky spin-juggling their Pentacles, a chord composed of both of their voices drifted down to me…

(c) 2010 Jordan Hoggard The exchange of an epic spiral of giving and receiving.

(c) 2010 Jordan Hoggard
The exchange of an epic spiral of giving and receiving.

“Note the health of your relationships by how naturally you feel a reciprocal exchange inherent, how wonderfully you feel an epic spiral of giving and receiving.  Without having to keep count, feel the solid balance in our healthy exchange.  Feel into yours.  Gift yourself the quality to not be afraid to receive. Give smilingly.  Receive graciously.  Depletion indicates misspent efforts.”

~ The Land of Mystereum 6 of Pentacles

Listening to the cards speak, resonant like an epic movie. 

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F**k Forgive and Forget. Really, With A Smile. I Much Rather…

F**k Forgive and Forget. I Much Rather…

Forgive and forget?  No way!  My memory is too good to forget. Heck, 8~38~32.  What’s that?  The combination to the gold and black faced bicycle lock I had in kindegarten.  Plus, when you don’t forget, whatever it was can lie nascent and dormant never to be seen or heard from again UNLESS it gets resurrected for a repeat performance and is played into pattern recognition.  I never forgive and forget.  Forgiveness and apology are best from my perspective when they creat a deepening… when they morph more into a Queen of Swords “no bullpoopy” where no news is good news.  Forgive and forget?  Nope.  Notta chance.  I much rather forgive and expand.  And… here is a short video to prefigure an epic spiral of giving and receiving…

2-Way Street of Forgiveness

You see, I feel that forgiveness is a 2-way street where there is a reciprocality to an apology in a way to move forward after a mutual shedding of pain caused by self or other to self or another… and, key to it being successful is not passive-aggressively bringing the “forgiven” thing up again so that the forgiveness creates a deepening. Rather than forgive and forget, I go by forgive and expand where forgiveness, like grief, is a catalyst to a process rather than being an event.

Forgiveness and Cards that Express It?

And, in regards to cards? How do they factor into forgiveness?  I will venture to put the 10 of Swords and XVI The Tower leading to an enhanced celestial groove with XVII The Star as a series of cards that can be utilized to express the process I refer to above. I utilize these cards as a process of forgiveness. Cups would certainly be driving to get to the process emotionally, though I feel that these other cards suit the mindful empathy to round the forgiveness experience through the process and reconnect back into the Queen of Cups — as restored harmony in the emotional and intuitive realms.

How Do You Play In? 

What is forgiveness to you? And what cards express or play with the concept of forgiveness from your perspective?

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Posted by on March 14, 2013 in Movie Time, The Mystery

 

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Friday Mystereum Theatre: Tarot Theme Team Technique

Friday Mystereum Theatre: Tarot Theme Team Technique

These Mystereum Theatre Tarot Theme Team Techniques look into the depthful places of value for you that you can build with your cards.

Use these Mystereum Theatre Tarot Theme Team Techniques with your own cards to build an ongoing stage to orchestrate your momentum. It works with Tarot cards, Oracle cards, you name it. The Imagination Primer companion book that comes with Mystereum provides Imagination Tools for each card ~ helpful catalysts to work with your cards ~ and the cards tend to speak for themselves with or without the book.  A great dance they have going.

As your cards speak to you today, also check out The Mystereum Presence Of series to see an example of how cards literally visit, visually speak, cameo with, and work together with and IN other cards.  Day by day create your own Tarot lineage. Pedigree your readings with the vibrancy of YOUR history.  Allow your cards to evolve subtly as they do like seeing a friend time after time.  That just doesn’t get old.

Today’s Theme Plays With Yesterday’s For Good Practice

Check out yesterday’s Thursday Tarot Theme Team Technique to see how these cards below were used to build a theme for me to play throughout my day.  Check out yesterday’s explanation of this technique, ’cause it’s a Friday rip roarin’ n ready to go time! Happy Friday to Ya!  Hop on in, fasten your seatbelt, pull down the safety bar, and here we go! . . .

3 Cards To Build A Friday Mantra

10 of Wands         6 of Pentacles         4 of Cups

Theatre Theme Iteration 1

  • 10 of Wands ~ Strong, agile . . . balancing strong and agile twilight dawn and dusk energies, focused naturally as easily as Cirque du Soleil, showing my cockatiel headfeathers
  • 6 of Pentacles ~ an epic spiral of giving . . . an epic spiral of sharing and receiving
  • 4 of Cups ~ brings new treasures of the earth to me in sync with another, synchromeshing with another AS a gift AS a new gift appears, is manifested

Theatre Theme Iteration 2

  • 10 of Wands ~ strong and agile focus
  • 6 of Pentacles ~ in an epic spiral of sharing
  • 4 of Cups ~ and new treasures emerge.

Theatre Theme Becoming a Mantra for the Day

With my strong and agile focus in the epic spiral of sharing I will manifest a new treasure to emerge.

Theatre Theme Friday Mantra for Today

It’s Friday!  Beeboppin’ Friday!  Agility from laughter.

The fun of sharing with friends!  Enjoy the day being aware of sharing.

New treasures emerge from this daily recipe.

Theatre Theme Draft

Laughter is one of the most agile ways of sharing with friends.

It’s a recipe to churn up new treasures.

Theatre Theme Final

Laugh and share with friends today to nurture and discover natural new treasures.

Tuned the card energy. Subtly and sometimes boldy re-iterate a line little by little

Notice the way I tuned the energy across each iteration until it was just right.  Maybe it’s The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Technique.  This is a process of evolving and clearing to get to your true teammates provided by each card’s nucleus each day.  This is a process similar to “work the problem and you begin to magically give form to the formless.”  This is a process to work your cards to magically give form to the formless  Watch as yours change subtly even with the same card or cards day by day.  Simply iterate until they are just so, and VoiLA, you’ve made a mantra for yourself.  So easy, you can do it every day.  Thick enough to teach you with your own age-old wisdom naturally present in your emotions.

Here’s a Question for You

What would you like to see from Mystereum in future blogs?  Cards? Blurbs? Techniques?  What would you like to see from The Land of Mystereum presented in future blogs?

Thanks for visiting and enjoy the 6 of Pentacles video below!

How will you use YOUR Land of Mystereum today?

Discover natural new treasures as you laugh and share with friends today.
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(c) 2012 Jordan Hoggard

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Posted by on September 28, 2012 in Movie Time, The Mystery

 

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