Tarot Card- Day 5! What does the ‘Two of Vessels’ Mean? Lisa Greenfield Explains! #LAStory
Courtesy of TruthinHand.com, Lisa Greenfield (who is TruthinHand.com’s resident hand expert) is sharing a Tarot Card of the Week (which will be featured once a week, every week) as well as Tarot Card of the Day. With each daily draw, Lisa gives a short bit of insight as to the card’s meaning.
This week since this Tarot Card of the Day series is brand-new, I will be featuring the Card of the Week for 3 days; after that, it will be featured as a link in the blog posts following it’s introduction.
Tarot Card of The Day – Kick Off Week ONE!
Two of Vessels
Relief, relief, relief from that pause, whew! This is soft generosity that warms the heart, good feelings, new love or a new expression of thoughtfulness and consideration coming your way. Because it is the second two in a row, something had to end in order to make way for the new heartfelt creativity or connection that is emerging. That’s what yesterday’s two of Arrows was for. See trusting the Universe will bless you for sure with this card, it’s the powerful connection of one plus one equalling so much more than two!
Call to Action:
Share where you received a compliment, invitation, proposition even, today. Where did the heart do a happy dance for you? Or if you are feeling it, tell someone else – be the divine spark that lights them up today!
Find Lisa Greenfield at www.TruthinHand.com
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