Recently, during a Tarot Date, I had the chance to remind someone of a very good lesson. The lesson was so valuable to my client that she gave me total authority to share the details of her reading. And while I respect that, I also respect the Gypsy-Fortune-Teller Rule... So, I have changed the names and details... to protect the guilty. Let's blog about it!!!
"Lucy" came to me, suspecting everyone around her of treachery and deceit. We did an Open-Analysis spread for her and sure enough, she was right. Several cards, most of which are my least favorite, pointed to happenings of betrayal. In light of this, I asked Lucy to confirm that she wanted the answers to the question she had posed. She consented and we started a VERY heavy reading.
Sadly, Lucy had recently lost a loved one. As expected, foes - under the guise of friends, came to Lucy to offer their condolences. Their true intentions were so well hid, Lucy lost site of who to trust. Cards like, The MOON popped-up... indicating confusion between her reality and her intuition. And as we all know, very little benefit comes from this internal conflict.
The Eight of Wands and Ten of Swords were in her reading, shining light to the fact that most of her betrayal was happening through messages. She confirmed, telling me that the betrayal was happening on Facebook... behind her back. She also went on to tell me that some of her friends were hanging out with someone who was in direct opposition to her.
"I don't know who to trust, Ken. It seems like everyone around me has another bomb they are dropping on me. I don't know who all is involved. How do I know who to trust?"
So, I told her what my Granny always said, "Honey, you can tell who they are by the company they keep... birds of a feather DO flock together." Does this mean I judge others based on the company they keep? Not entirely. I rather like to approach the entire flock with caution... MAJOR caution!
After completing her reading, Lucy figured out her situation. She decided that she would keep herself at a distance from them. Whenever someone comes to her with drama, she will correct them and excuse herself. AND I LOVE THAT!
So, just in case you forgot... birds of a feather DO flock together!!!