Daily Tarot Reading:

Your daily tarot reading gives you direction to help you make better everyday decisions leading to more favourable outcomes.

Each day, a tarot card of the day is generated and interpreted, depicting the energies of the day. This gives you personal guidance and intuitive direction to make better decisions.

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Seven of Cups (Reverse)

The Seven of Cups card epitomizes imagination, illusion and fantasy. It encourages the frequent use of mind and imagination in order to innovate new and creative ideas.

If put into action, the birth of these thoughts will be crucial as it would open many doors for self-growth and numerous opportunities towards success. The card is portrayed through a man looking at the seven cups containing different symbolisms. He seemed to be turning his back towards the world because he is in a state of contemplation and reflection.

The clouds floating before him represents his illusion and thoughts while the things found in the cups are the many fantasies that he imagines when he dreams. It may speak of the many options he is bound to choose and the several decisions he is required to make..

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Two of Pentacles (Reverse)

This card is as economical in its imagery as it is grand in its salient meaning. With the man holding what is essentially infinity on both sides, this card talks of and predicts infinite expansion.

Of course, we must ignore the man’s expressions either; he seems to be smiling and in fact dancing with the way he’s moving his feet, as though he’d just found a very rare treasure and can barely contain this joy. To further reinforce this idea, pay close attention to the background; there are no cities to be found or any creature of any kind, which means this man must have ventured into the unknown and stumbled upon his infinite instrument. Being the receiver of this card, you’ve probably already expanded substantially before getting here.

You’ve most likely had success in nearly every area including business, relational, romantic, and personal. But to be sure, this card is not without its warnings.

For many people, the ecstasy of eternal victory is most enticing, however basing your entire life on just positive outcomes is almost certainly a recipe for disaster because it can make you impulsive and rash. In such a scenario, you need to remind yourself that you can approach things one at a time.

Not only does this increase your chance of success, it also increases your ability to reach out to even newer things..

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Seven of Wands (Reverse)

The Seven of Wands is a card that represents industry, vigor and vitality. In the card, you’ll see a young man atop a hill, legs open and firm, furiously fending off the assault of multiple wands, with one of them seemingly having launched itself at him.

In the background is a clear, if not slightly darker, sky, indicating the amount of stamina and time this man is pouring to keep the wands at bay. You’ll also notice that the clothes the man is wearing are ragged and folding in some parts, further showing just how much strain he is enduring in order to keep himself together. In stark contrast to the Eight of Wands, the wands show no symmetry whatsoever as none of the wands are fully upright; the wand to the left in particular seems to be pointing to the right while all the other wands are tilting to the left.

This represents a significant obstacle in life or any enemy, bent on ruthlessly grinding you down. As such, this card tells you to keep a firm resolve in facing life’s challenges and warding off the chaos all around you, both internal and external..

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