Monday, August 31, 2009

So much going on!

Hello everyone! I've got lots of fun stuff going on lately to share with you all! I'm so excited.

First, I wanted to let everyone know that my book is out! Yay! You can check it out at The Wild Rose Press. I'm thrilled to say that as of last night, it was ranked at #4 for bestsellers in paranormal romance. Here's hoping it reaches the top 10 of all bestsellers!



Last week, I got the pleasure of having a mini tarot reading done for me. I thought I'd share it with you all today. Here's the reading...

The question was...How can I make my life better?

The 7 of Swords (reversed)
The 10 of Swords
The 5 of Cups

This reading is Situation-Challenge-Opportunity with one card representing each

The 7 of Swords is usually a card that means someone is being sneaky with you - or not telling you the whole truth. As the card is reversed, this means there is some type of challenge surrounding this issue. For some reason the thought of your not telling yourself the whole truth about something surfaces - are you in some way not looking at something with full perspective? It can be so easy to have trouble seeing the forest from the trees in our own lives.

The Challenge card, the 10 of Swords is quite interesting because the 10 of Swords means that a Karmic cycle is complete in your life. So if you have been longing to improve things or make changes in your life - have faith that THIS is the ideal time to put these changes into action. You have just completed a cycle and are entering a time of new beginnings. Try looking at your world and opportunities with fresh eyes.

Your Opportunities Card is the 5 of Cups. I don't know if you've seen this card before...in the Ryder Waite deck it is depicted by a man/woman with their shoulder slumped and several spilled cups in front of them. The traditional meaning of this card is "emotional loss" and "grieving" or "letting go." Remember that this is an opportunity for you - time to let go of what isn't working, things, relationships or events that do not serve you so you can step forward into your new life with faith and excitement. Universal Law states that we must release the old to welcome in the new. That's what you are doing now - releasing the old and welcoming in the new. Say, "Hello new life!"

Sounds pretty good to me. I can say it was pretty right on. If you'd like to have your very own tarot reading, you can check out Aimee St. Claire. She does a reading every Tuesday on her blog.

8 comments:

Tierney O'Malley said...

Wahoo! Number 4? That is so awesome. Congrats, Sierra. This is just the beginning, girl. :)

Hugs,

Tierney

Sierra Wolfe said...

Awwww, thanks Tierney! I appreciate it!

Alisha Paige said...

Yayyyyy! Woo hoooooo! I'm doing the happy dance for you! Very cool about the tarot reading, too! I love tarot cards.

Sierra Wolfe said...

Thanks Alisha! I was very excited! I love tarot cards, too. I'm just not very good at reading them myself, but I love to get a reading.

Tierney O'Malley said...

When we were in Thailand, I saw palm, card readers everywhere. A man read my palm. He scared me. But everything that he told me--right on. Freaky.

Sierra Wolfe said...

Yeah, I bet it did freak you out. I have considered having my palm read, but I'm not sure I'm ready for that.

Tierney O'Malley said...

I told the guy up front to not tell me anything dark. He said, "you are holding a small pouch." Whatever did he mean by that? So intriguing. He didn't tell me what was in the pouch. I think about it once in a while.

Mark Alders said...

You are really shooting for the stars! Congratulations, mate.

*hugs*

Mark

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