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Spirit and Destiny - - Contents -

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AVRIL PRICE SAYS Tarot is a pow­er­ful aid for many types of spir­i­tual and prac­ti­cal en­deav­ours, in­clud­ing goal set­ting and man­i­fes­ta­tion. Be­fore you lay out your cards, have a vi­sion or an idea of what you want. Ask your­self: ‘How do I see my­self in the fu­ture, what do I want to do or be?’ This cre­ates the in­ten­tion, which is the root of any suc­cess­ful man­i­fes­ta­tion. Once you know your in­ten­tion, meditate on it. What does it look and feel like? See your­self al­ready ben­e­fit­ing from it. Al­low your­self to feel charged by the emo­tions of your vis­ual ex­pe­ri­ence, as this will cre­ate the right cir­cum­stances for a suc­cess­ful read­ing. Pen­ta­cles and Wands rep­re­sent ca­reer, phys­i­cal well­be­ing and money. Cups and Swords re­flect emo­tions, men­tal well­be­ing and spir­i­tu­al­ity, and The Ma­jor Ar­cana are ‘soul cards’, which re­flect deeper de­sires.

Keep your in­ten­tion in mind and se­lect 3 ran­dom cards from the face-down deck.

These cards, in or­der, give in­for­ma­tion re­lat­ing to the fol­low­ing:

The ori­gin of your in­ten­tion, for ex­am­ple maybe you seek a more ful­fill­ing job.

What you can do to help it come true.

The cir­cum­stances in which you’ll achieve your de­sire.

Now vi­su­alise your­self in the sit­u­a­tion you in­tend to make a re­al­ity.

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