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Iris Mystic Tarot

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  • Name: Iris Mystic Tarot
  • Member Since: 12/16/2008
  • About Me: I offer in depth and detailed Tarot readings. I empower my clients teaching them the technique of CREATIVE VISUALIZATION and AFFIRMATIONS to use the LAW OF ATTRACTION and manifest their dreams and their destiny.

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WHY I DO WHAT I DO... My Bio Info For You to get to KNOW YOUR PSYCHIC

Hi!

I am writing this bio for one reason. The only psychics that I truly trust are the ones who I feel I know personally.

There is nothing worse for me than calling a perfect stranger in my times of dear need, and opening my heart to ask my most precious questions, to receive a cold and impersonal response from someone with whom I never had a true connection with.

Let's face it! At any given moment in this site there is 500 t0 800 psychics available, all telling you they are the best psychic you can have.

There are a lot of psychics out there. So besides getting esoteric information, you need to get that information from a reliable source.

In other words...

Some one you trust!

I spend countless hours searching for that special person, using countless hours reading profiles and feedback comments, and still feeling it is hard for me to trust a person I know very little about.

Who is that person on the other end? What did they stand for, and what they are against? Why are they in psychic advice? What’s their story?

With that in mind let me share a little bit about myself, so I’m not just another name on your screen. I am doing this because I truly feel I have some outstanding strategies that could change your life, and I am going to do everything I can to get you to know about them, and more importantly…

Act on them!

I got into doing psychic readings after several psychics I consulted with told me I had psychic abilities and my destiny was to help people.

I had my first Tarot reading when I was 15, and I was scared of the whole scenario. The Tarotist I consulted with was a trusted psychic from a friend's mother, so I knew beforehand she was someone I could trust. The predictions she gave me were so negative I resisted to believe her. I wanted to know about my prom trip and she told me I would not do it due to "parental opposition". For me that was so contrary to fact! I already had permission from my parents and my dad always pleased me in anything I wanted all my life! However, when the time of the trip came, my parents had no monies to pay for it because my older sister got a scholarship to study abroad, and they spent all they had on her trip.

The second time I consulted with this gifted Tarotist I was in love with a guy from another country in what was a "long distance relationship". She told me I was going to marry him, and I told her she was telling me only what she thought I wanted to hear. She showed me the cards that marked such destiny and I still did not believe her. And sure enough... it came to pass.

Over the years I consulted with some amazing psychics and with other not so amazing who told me nothing I could use. It was a hit and miss. However, when I found someone who really had the gift, the revelations they gave me indeed changed the course of my life.

"Knowledge is Power"

In 1997 I started working briefly on what was then called "a psychic hotline", and also I got hired as a reader in a metaphysical store. These experiences gave me the opportunity to know first hand the most gifted people I had ever had the fortune to know in my life. As I developed confidence in my own psychic abilities I decided to become independent and started doing readings at the Pearl Boulevard in Boulder, CO. The true confirmation that my work was more than just "For Entertainment Purposes Only" for the tourist, came from feedback given by my clients. It was humbling to know that my advice truly changed their lives.

My philosophy about the Tarot is that the messages do come from a Higher Source. I am simply a humble reader trying to translate given pictorial symbols from randomly chosen cards into appropriate advice. I have done extensive study on the Tarot itself as well as the most empowering interpretations based on Jungian psychology. My experience tells me that I "see" different aspects of the same card for different people and situations, and my clients tell me that I do have psychic powers to tell them their truth, but I rely that the message itself does come from the Mysterious Force of the Universe. Some people call that force "God", others call it "Gaia" or other names, but it is a Divine Higher Source.



posted Monday, September 05, 2011 4:37 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

KARMA is KARMA

"KARMA is KARMA" you might have heard. And people in general are afraid of the meaning of KARMA, thinking it always carries negative connotations.

But what is KARMA?

A clear understanding of this concept is needed to appreciate the nature of the message of my readings.

In my unique interpretation of the spread the TAROT OF THOTH, I explore the aspects of the "DESTINY & KARMA" of your situation.



Karma is a variation of the Sanskrit karman, which means act, action, a former act leading to a future result, or result.

Karma is broadly divided into two types: fixed and unfixed. Fixed karma is said to produce a fixed result—that is, for any given fixed karma there is a specific effect that will become manifest at a specific time. In the case of unfixed karma, any of various results or general outcomes might arise at an indeterminate time.

My readings develop the concept of fixed karma in the section "Natural Future Path" that is to say, what will naturally happen if you do not do anything, and the conditions of the situation do not change. Sometimes, those effects would be very desirable.

But what if we want a different outcome or we want to make sure of the results, just in case the conditions of our Karma change? My Tarot reading also shows how we can challenge the effects of fixed karma to develop unfixed karma, in other words how we can change and control the results of the karma with our actions, as it is given in the section "Actions Needed for Change".

Because, really, what is the use of knowing the "Future" if we cannot change it?

Moreover, any type of Karma needs interaction with the corresponding conditions to become manifest.

My readings are not fatalistic. Fatalism is the concept that readings of the future are "carved in stone". Nothing in my readings is carved in stone. My readings do not give "predictions" as certain clients expect when they ask me -"And WHEN is all this going to happen?". The answer is always "It depends on your actions".

Some times the effects of our Karma will never manifest because the corresponding conditions are blocked by our actions or lack of actions.
One time I read to a woman that if she called her romantic interest and talked with him, the Tarot indicated they will have a relationship and get married. Her answer was that she will never call him. "Even if I tell you that you will marry him?" - I asked her. She still said she would never do that. I never heard from her again, but I can only guess they never married.

Other times the Tarot advices in the "Actions Needed for Change" that what is needed is to get rid of certain behaviors or belief systems. Again, if we do not follow the Tarot's advice, the conditions for our Karma to manifest do not take place.

My readings are EMPOWERING precisely because they tell you what to do to achieve the desired effect.

Sometimes these are physical actions, and most often the desired conditions correspond to our thinking, to the POWER OF OUR THOUGHTS.

All magic transformations start in our mind, in our thoughts, in the VISUALIZATION and AFFIRMATIONS of our goals. And THE POWER OF YOUR MIND to control your subconscious thoughts is the most powerful recourse my readings will show you, if you give me the time to explain you how to do it, and you dedicate  a few minutes (or even seconds) of your day to concentrate your thoughts in what you desire to manifest.

WHEN will all this magic take place? That is up to you, your intentions and the seriousness of the karma of your situation.

Peace, Love & Light,

Iris

posted Saturday, September 03, 2011 9:33 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

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posted Monday, August 08, 2011 9:29 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

PLAGIARISM


I have realized that another psychic at Keen has taken one of my graphics, and it has mutilated it and blatantly plagiarized it.

I do not "tell names" nor infringe in this person's identity but I MUST PROTEST!

I sent her this mail:


YOU HAVE STOLEN MY GRAPHIC!!

THIS IS PLAGIARISM AND IT HAS BEEN REPORTED TO PLAYFAIR.

STOP USING MY GRAPHICS!!

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THIS IS THE ORIGINAL:

posted Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:20 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 7 Comments

Chinese Astrology
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Find your Chinese Astrology Sign!!

According to Chinese Astrology, your birth year tells you more than just your age.

Find out what your Chinese zodiac sign reveals about you now!

According to the Chinese system of Astrology, the year of your birth would indicate you were born during a certain phase or aspect of a sixty-year cycle of time. The twelve animal signs of Chinese Astrology are based on the Chinese calendar. This calendar is based on the moon phase as well as one of the four seasons of the solar year, incorporating elements of the lunar calendar with those of the solar calendar.

The Chinese Zodiac is divided in 12 signs. Each year belongs to a particular animal.

Dog
Dragon
Horse
Monkey
Ox
Pig
Rabbit
Ram
Rat
Rooster
Snake
Tiger

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The Chinese calendar follows a lunar calendar and it is based on phases of the moon and therefore results in a total of less than 365 days; unlike the solar calendar, which is fixed at 365 days except for leap years which have an extra day (the 29th of February every 4 solar years).

When synchronizing the Chinese calendar with the solar calendar, one LEAP MONTH in the lunar calendar occurs every few years. For this reason the Chinese New Year is never a fixed date on the solar calendar; but changes each year between mid January and late February on the solar calendar.

If your birthday is in January or February, in order to identify your Chinese Astrological Sign, you must consult the Chinese calendar to see when the Chinese New Year falls and determine when the Animal Chinese Sign starts.

Every zodiac sign can also only occur in either Yin or Yang values. An easy rule to follow is that years that end in an even number are yang, those that end with an odd number are yin.

Further more the Chinese Zodiac considers Five Elements (in order Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water).

The TEN HEAVILY STEMS combine these FIVE ELEMENTS with the YIN / YANG forms. The cycle proceeds as follows:
If the year ends in 0 it is Yang Metal.
If the year ends in 1 it is Yin Metal.
If the year ends in 2 it is Yang Water.
If the year ends in 3 it is Yin Water.
If the year ends in 4 it is Yang Wood.
If the year ends in 5 it is Yin Wood.
If the year ends in 6 it is Yang Fire.
If the year ends in 7 it is Yin Fire.
If the year ends in 8 it is Yang Earth.
If the year ends in 9 it is Yin Earth.

Combining this cycle with the 12 animal Zodiac cycle, or EARTHLY BRANCHES, the Chinese Astrological system follows a 60-year cycle consisting of these two separate cycles interacting with each other.

posted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 5:36 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

My Work Ethics


Blessings!!!


I am an HONEST reader and I do respect the Divinity of the Source of the Messages that the TAROT ORACLE has for you.


I am here to empower you and make you AWARE of the POWER OF YOUR MIND!

I am NOT here to "blow your mind".

I do not intend to amaze you with my own powers of mind reading.
I will not tell you what you already know in order to impress you.

I will not tell you random names, nor guess dates in the distance future.

I will not claim 99% accuracy.

I will not tell you that there are negative energies around you and I can cleanse your aura for a given fee.

What I offer is honest Psychic Advice.

I am a Tarot reader and I interpret the symbolism of the Tarot cards.

I believe the messages given by the Tarot do have a Divine origin.

How else could it be to choose a card at random, and receiving the exact representation of your situation?

My psychic abilities lay in the right interpretation of a given picture, which holds very many symbolic images.

The Tarot talks to me in a different way every time, as my mind focuses on a particular symbol over the many given in each card.

My psychic work involves to see your situation and tell you how to solve your concerns.

In my reading I can tell you what is really going on in your circumstances.

If you wonder how your especial someone feels, I will read the psychological reasons for his/her actions and feelings.

I will read the Karma and Destiny factors of your situation and what will most likely happen if you continue in the same path you are taking now.

But the most important information I will give you is HOW you can take control of your destiny. I will tell you which actions you can take to bring the changes you want and your wishes made into a reality.

Some times the only actions you can take are what the Buddhist principle of meditation says:

TO THINK, TO SIT AND TO WAIT.

I will tell you how to use the Power of your Thoughts.

There is a correct way to do Visualizations and Affirmations.

I will briefly review the most effective way to exercise these proven mental techniques.

If you follow my advice you will see how your mind can make miracles happen.

I will not do "magic" for you. I will not sell you candle work or "spells". But I will teach you how you can make your own magic happen.

I believe all rituals, as invocations and candle offerings are helpful to concentrate your mental energy. But the magic is not in the candle, nor the ritual or incantations.

THE POWER IS IN YOUR MIND!

I can do all this work in a very short time period. In a few minutes I will see your situation and how to resolve it.

I have condensed the information on how to do Visualizations and Affirmations to a few seconds.

I will not use your minutes in unnecessary chat just to make more money in each call. I am concise and to the point.


THE MORE POWER TO YOU!

Iris

posted Saturday, July 24, 2010 6:42 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 2 Comments

Iris Mystic Tarot Email Readings

Sample Email Reading using the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread


This is a sample reading using the most well known and perhaps the oldest spread used in Cartomancy: the 10 cards Tarot spread known as the Celtic Cross. It presents the values of each position in the spread.



THE CELTIC CROSS TAROT SPREAD



SAMPLE READING 

This is a true reading I did for myself. My question was about moving to another city (near the ocean, a long-time dream of mine) and studying by correspondence rather than attending college.


1.  What envelops you (starting point)

This card often tells the heart of the question and reveals the type of environment surrounding it. It is a card of present and may indicate your present state and may indicate your state of mind and whether there are positive or negative influences at work at the moment.



The Star

Hope, promise, renewal, and light after darkness.
  
Joyful success is in your horizon. You are experiencing a new flow of energy and self-confidence, and are feeling good about yourself and where you are. Good things are in the offing because of your faith and trust in life and its many processes. You are setting new goals for the future and opening the door to new opportunities in your career or relationships. You may be receiving benefits in the form of money, possessions, recognition, or assistance. You are using your wisdom, hope, and insight to plan or start things that will reach far into the future. Some time may be necessary before you reap the effects of your actions.



General Description

The Star is the card of hope, wisdom, and insight into higher correlations. It shows that we are planning or starting things that will reach far into the future. We can rightfully place our hopes in their positive development. At this early stage we are often not even aware of the far-reaching consequences of our actions. It is only when we look back that we realize how the course has been set during the times characterized by the Star. Similar to a newly planted seed, some time is necessary before the fruitful effects of our actions become perceptible. In traditional card reading, the Star is seen to be one of the three protective cards that proclaim joyful success.


2. What crosses you

This card reveals opposition, obstacles and blocks surrounding your situation. Sometimes, this card will be positive and thus harder to read as an obstacle. A positive cross indicates that there is little opposition.



The Magician

Creative initiative, skill and opportunities for new ventures.

Be patient. This is not the right time for change. You may not be ready or prepared for something new. Self-doubts may be plaguing you, or your spirits and vitality may be too low for the action required. There is a sense of creativity in it's latent stage, and there is no sense in rushing things prematurely. Nevertheless, new directions are in the making. The key here is waiting until the time is ripe.



General Description

The Magician represents cleverness, skillfulness, self-confidence, and actively creating your own life. He stands for a time in which we also master difficult problems and successfully face challenges with a keen consciousness and worldly wisdom. Although this card depicts the strength of conscious powers, it does not express the idea that feeling and other unconscious powers are to be neglected in the process. On the contrary: the extraordinary influential powers and effectiveness shown by the Magician are based upon the secret of deep harmony between the conscious and the unconscious. It is only the inner certainty, which then occurs, that is capable of moving mountains.


3. What completes you (or crowns you)

This card relates to conscious plans and intentions and often indicates developments in the immediate future, but it is not the final result to the question.



8 of Cups

Time to let go of the past.    

Taking the time to thoroughly consider a matter of importance to you will help you find a solution. Facing a problem or difficulty with an honest frame of mind will empower your stance in resolving the situation. The advice and support from those close to you help to unify and strengthen your determination.



General Description

The 8 of Cups is one of the three departure cards of the Tarot and stands for parting with a heavy heart.* It shows that we break away from familiar surroundings, separate from people or things that are close to our heart, and go on our way into an uncertain future. In any case, it means that we are not being driven away,** but rather are leaving of our own accord, whereby it could be that we have no other choice. The particular difficulty of this card lies in the doubly negative aspect: we have to give up things that meant much to us, and we do not know where our path leads.


4. What is beneath you (Foundation)

This card is the description of the past atmosphere that have led to the present situation. It can denote your state of mind or actual events and activities which are still affecting matters today. Sometimes you may not be conscious of these factors and may be surprised or confused by this card.



5 of Wands

Struggles in life, petty irritations and short-term difficulties. 
  
Your position is being challenged by new situational factors that require change, growth, and adaptation on your part. You have to work harder to retain your financial and material gains. Depending on the rest of the reading, you will either suffer hardship and loss or go on to greater heights of success and the acquisition of wealth.



General Description

The 5 of Wands is the card of the challenge, the comparison of strength, and the sporting competition. It presents us with situations in which we are challenged to prove our strength. In any case, this is not a hostile or even destructive conflict. It is a measure of strength, which can produce pugnacity and boisterousness. It can take the form of a competition or a task that requires our entire ability. At the same time, it usually has a playful tendency that only turns to seriousness in a few unfortunate cases. We should not avoid experiences that are characterized by this card since they give us a good and usually suspenseful opportunity to become aware of our own abilities.


5. What is behind you

This position clearly denotes the past. Some times you may feel these factors are still influencing your situation, but they are indeed passing away.



The Hanged Man

A sacrifice must be made in order to gain something of great value.

You were stuck in a dilemma. You were suspended between the past and the future and a new direction for your life was in the making. You needed to look at things from a new perspective in order to make the necessary changes. Making a clean break with the past helped you to become more spiritually attuned. You needed to take your time and make the right decisions about where you truly wanted your life to go.



General Description

The Hanged Man, superficially seen, primarily means that we are stuck and in a dilemma. However, with more thorough consideration we can see that in the external immobility there is a forced repose, as well as the necessity and opportunity to achieve a transformed view of the world and change one's life. The passivity to which we are condemned in such phases is at best illustrated with the image of an illness, which is often actually indicated by this card. C. G. Jung says of the experience that the Hanged Man expresses: "To hang can ( ... ) even be a positively seen 'hanging on', which on the one hand means apparently insurmountable difficulties, yet on the other hand presents that unique situation that requires the greatest effort, and therefore calls the entire person into action.


6. What lies ahead

New people, fresh influences and future events are indicated by this card. It is helpful to read it in combination with card 3, so that you can see whether your plans are going to be supported or hindered by future circumstances.



Temperance

Mixing and blending of opposites; compromise and cooperation.
     
You will be learning to temper the desires of your ego with your spiritual needs in a cooperative manner. You will experience an inner growth and outer harmony where opposites will be blended in a compatible way. Your inner health will reflect a sense of moderation, balance, composure, and peace of mind that will be portrayed by your positive energy and self-control which will come from trusting your instinct.



General Description

The meaning of the Temperance card is easier to understand if we call it "Moderation." It personifies the healthy opposite of the next card in the Tarot game - the Devil (XV), which stands for lack of moderation. Harmony, balance, composure, and peace of mind are the elements that characterize Temperance. This card, then, portrays the joyous experience of being healthy and inwardly balanced, liking and treating ourselves well. This results in our coming into harmony with our surroundings. Connected with the corresponding questions, this card stands for healing and recovery.


7. This is you

This card indicates your present state of mind, position or feelings about the matter in hand. Mental attitude, self confidence,clarity of aim and awareness make for a good deal. If you are negative or have a sad frame of mind, you may find it hard to make the most of best opportunities.



The Sun

Cheerfulness, prosperity, energy and optimism.   
 
Vitality, success, and good times surround you. This is a time of new beginnings, accomplishment, and contentment. You feel cheerful, confident, and ready to undertake new projects and make positive changes. Whatever you are planning, you feel a great deal of enthusiasm and are not worried about the outcome. You may be starting more than one project, or upgrading something in your life that may deal with your job, home, relationships, or personal goals. This card expresses your joy of living, vitality, warmth, and confidence. It also stands for the illuminating powers of the conscious mind with which you achieve clarity and overcome the darkness, shortcomings, and fears within you.



General Description

The Sun card expresses a great joy of living, vitality, warmth, and confidence. It also stands for the illuminating powers of the conscious mind with which we achieve clarity and overcome problems, annoyances, and uncanny fears. It is additionally a symbol of youthful freshness and the feeling of being reborn. It represents the sunny side of life. On a deeper level, it challenges us to overcome the darkness in ourselves, expand our sunlike nature, and free our "darkened" brother or sister and bring them into the light.


8. What surrounds you

This card suggests what actions and attitudes of other people will be in relation your situation. Any helpful or unhelpful influences around you would be revealed here. This card can also show how others see you, which can be very different from how you see yourself.



The Hermit

A time for soul searching and meditation; a need for patience and solitude.    

You are in a comfortable phase of seclusion characterized by introversion, where you are shielding yourself from outside influences. This is a time for you to find repose and peace from bustling activity and crowds of people. You are going through an important experience within yourself that is allowing you to perceive who you are, what you want, and how you can get there. This is a time for depth of experience and heights of perception. Following the call of the Hermit willingly will help you to find enrichment through clarity, strength, and the joyful experience of being able to be alone with yourself.



General Description

The Hermit is the card of seclusion and turning within. It characterizes an introverted phase in life, during which we shield ourselves from outside influences. We find repose and, above all, are separate from bustling activity and crowds of people. The Hermit therefore stands for an important experience within, through which we can perceive who we are, what we want, and how we can get there. He unites two valuable extremes: the depth of experience and the heights of perception. This card is often wrongly feared by many people. It is only when its qualities are misunderstood that fears of loneliness and abandonment arise. The person who follows the call of the Hermit willingly will find enrichment through clarity, strength, and the joyful experience of being able to be alone with himself.


9. Your Hopes and Fears

This card reveals your hopes, fears and expectations regarding your situation. Have a look at card 3 to see how closely these deeper feelings relate to more obvious planned intentions.

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4 of Pentacles ~ POWER


If nothing is risked, nothing can be gained.    

Your exaggerated need for security may lead you to behave in a manner that exhibits greed, frugality, and an intrinsic fear of change. Your fears may tinge your attitude towards life with hostility. Clinging to the present is usually an indication of obstinacy. Depending on its position, this card either presents a challenge to adopt this behavior by becoming more limited, concentrated, and withdrawn, or to hang on in the matter at hand.



General Description

The 4 of Pentacles shows an exaggerated need for security and its effects in the form of greed, miserliness, and the deep-rooted fear of change. The stance characterized by this card always has something about it that is hostile to life. It shows how much effort we put into clinging to the present, thereby going against the flow of life, ultimately in vain. It is usually an indication that we are on the way to rigidity, frequently a herald of the Tower (XVI), which in turn destroys the armor of incrustation. If the position in which the 4 of Pentacles occurs challenges us to adopt this behavior, it means that we should limit ourselves, become concentrated, and withdraw - or that we shouldn't let go in the matter at hand.


10.  Where it leads

This card should give you the most final outcome. The result of the question and denotes whether it will be a positive or negative influence.



Death

Changes: the end of the old and the birth of the new.   

You will be faced with a parting, a letting go, or the end of something. This may be a long wished for and liberating ending, or a painful experience. Regardless, it will represent a natural end. It will be time to let go of something, be it a person or situation. Do not deny yourself the natural deep experience of parting and the related life-accepting experiences. This will help prepare you for new things which will follow.



General Description

Death means parting, the great letting go, the end. It then also prepares the way for the new, for that which is to come. However, the card itself first presents us with the end. This can be positive when it relates to a long wished for, liberating ending, yet it is also natural that we have our most painful experiences with the theme of this card. In contrast to the 10 of Swords, which indicates the random and thereby premature ending, this card always stands for the natural end. This means that it is time to let go of something. The Death card is unjustly one of the most feared. The eternal optimistic, read the card only to be the proclamation of something new, without focusing on the deep experience of parting and the related life-accepting lessons. "We have separated living from dying and the interval between them is fear" says Krishnamurti, and: "You cannot live without dying."




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THE CELTIC CROSS

Card positions and meaning IN BRIEF:


Card 1.  What envelops you (starting point)

This card often tells the heart of the question and reveals the type of environment surrounding it. It is a card of present and may indicate your present state and may indicate your state of mind and whether there are positive or negative influences at work at the moment.

Card 2. What crosses you

This card reveals opposition, obstacles and blocks surrounding your situation. Sometimes, this card will be positive and thus harder to read as an obstacle. A positive cross indicates that there is little opposition.

Card 3. What completes you (or crowns you)

This card relates to conscious plans and intentions and often indicates developments in the immediate future, but it is not the final result to the question.

Card 4. What is beneath you (foundation)

This card is the description of the past atmosphere that have led to the present situation. It can denote your state of mind or actual events and activities which are still affecting matters today. Sometimes you may not be conscious of these factors and may be surprised or confused by this card.

Card 5. What is behind you

This position clearly denotes the past. Some times you may feel these factors are still influencing your situation, but they are indeed passing away.

Card 6. What lies ahead

New people, fresh influences and future events are indicated by this card. It is helpful to read it in combination with card 3, so that you can see whether your plans are going to be supported or hindered by future circumstances.

Card 7. This is you

This card indicates your present state of mind, position or feelings about the matter in hand. Mental attitude, self confidence,clarity of aim and awareness make for a good deal. If you are negative or have a sad frame of mind, you may find it hard to make the most of best opportunities.

Card 8. What surrounds you

This card suggests what actions and attitudes of other people will be in relation your situation. Any helpful or unhelpful influences around you would be revealed here. This card can also show how others see you, which can be very different from how you see yourself.

Card 9. Your hopes and fears

This card reveals your hopes, fears and expectations regarding your situation. Have a look at card 3 to see how closely these deeper feelings relate to more obvious planned intentions.

Card 10. Where it leads

This card should give you the most final outcome. The result of the question and denotes whether it will be a positive or negative influence.


posted Saturday, June 05, 2010 6:43 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

Aries ~ the first Astrological sign ~







Aries (♈) (meaning "ram") is the first astrological sign in the Zodiac, named for the constellation of Aries, called "The Ram" in the Greek tradition, after the golden ram that rescued Phrixos, taking him to the land of Colchis.

In tropical astrology, this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. Under the tropical zodiac, the Sun is in Aries roughly from March 21 to April 19, by definition beginning at vernal equinox.

Under the sidereal zodiac, it is currently there roughly from April 15 to May 15. Individuals born when the Sun was in this sign are considered "Aries individuals" or "Arians".



In Western astrology, Aries is considered a "masculine", positive (extrovert) sign. It is also considered a fire sign, and is one of four cardinal signs.

Aries is ruled by the planet Mars. Being the first sign in the zodiac, Aries is associated with the astrological first house. Furthermore, Aries is known as the pioneer of the Zodiac, and therefore, Ariens like to be first.

The Sanskrit name of Aries in Hindu astrology is Meṣa.



posted Tuesday, March 23, 2010 5:30 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

DREAM INTERPRETATION


Dream analysis and interpretation is the process of
assigning meaning to dreams.
In many of the ancient societies, including Egypt and Greece,
dreaming was considered a supernatural communication
or a means of divine intervention, whose message
could be unravelled by those with psychic powers.

Dream analysis psychics have been called upon for centuries
to help kings, presidents, artists and others
to find the answers to the meaning of their dreams.

In modern times, various schools of psychology
have offered dream analysis theories about the meaning of dreams.

I am an Intuitive Psychic with training in Jungian psychology.

I interpret dreams according to archetypes and universal symbolism.

Dreams are meaningful and reflect knowledge
that is primarily available on a subconscious level.

Symbols are the language of dreams.

Analyzing and interpreting dreams is a powerful psychic tool
to learn about your deep secrets and hidden feelings.

Every detail, even the most minute element in your dream is
important and must be considered when analyzing your dreams.
Each symbol represents a feeling, a mood, a memory or
something from your unconscious.

Look closely at the characters, animals, objects, places, emotions,
and even color and numbers that are depicted in your dreams.
Even the most trivial symbol can be significant.

Through a meaningful and personalized interpretation,
with my psychic guidance you will gain an understanding of
the hidden secrets your dreams are trying to tell you.

posted Friday, January 29, 2010 5:22 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

AFFIRMATIONS

What are AFFIRMATIONS?

Affirmations are statements that describe our wishes, hopes and dreams.

Affirmations describe what we want to manifest in our life.

The principle behind affirmations is that we have the power to create our reality with the conscious formulation of positive statements, that will communicate to the Universe what we want to attract into our lives.

Affirmations work in the same way CREATIVE VISUALIZATION techniques do, and in fact, both interact and strengthened each other.

Affirmations and Creative Visualizations are techniques to activate the Law of Attraction and create our reality to our design.




posted Sunday, January 24, 2010 7:26 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

Aquarius and the Age of Aquarius


Blessings!

Today I bring information about

Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18

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Aquarius is a constellation of the zodiac, situated between Capricornus and Pisces. Its name is Latin for "water-bearer" or "cup-bearer", and its symbol is  (Unicode ♒), a representation of water.

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However, Aquarius is not a water sign.

Aquarius is considered an air sign.

Aquarius is considered compatible with the other members of the airy triplicity: Libra, Gemini and Aquarius itself.

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The Age of Aquarius is either the current or new age in the astrological cycle. Each astrological age is approximately 2,150 years long, on average.

Astrological meaning of the Age of Aquarius

Ages are believed by some astrologers to affect mankind while other astrologers believe the ages correlate to the rise and fall of mighty civilizations and cultural tendencies. Aquarius traditionally "rules" electricity, computers, flight, democracy, freedom, humanitarianism, idealists, modernization, rebels and rebellion, mental diseases, nervous disorders, and astrology.



Peace, Love & Light

Iris

posted Thursday, January 21, 2010 8:21 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

ONE CARD EMAIL READING

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ONE CARD EMAIL READING

I am happy to introduce my newest service, ONE CARD READING. 
This is a type of reading ANSWERS A VERY SPECIFIC QUESTION.
This reading has 27 categories, answering different aspects of life.
The basic reading is  $5.00 for one question in one category of your choice.
You can ask more detail according to the nature of your concern.
Additional categories are $2 per category,.

Each reading includes for each Tarot card:

* FOCUS
* SPECIAL GUIDANCE
* BEST COURSE OF ACTION
* OUTCOME

CATEGORIES
You can ask for one or all 27.

* ROMANCE

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* TRAVEL

* WORK & CAREER

* FINANCES

* FAMILY

* FRIENDS

* VISITORS/CALLERS

* OTHERS

* PAPERS

* MAIL

* TIME

* FORTUNE

* THE UNEXPECTED

* UNIONS

* NEWS

* THE PHYSICAL BODY

* INHERITANCE

* REWARDS & GIFTS

* SUCCESS

* BLESSINGS

* ENDINGS

* NEW BEGINNINGS

* EMOTIONAL STATE

* PLEASURE

* ANXIETY

* DISAPPOINTMENT

* NUMEROLOGY



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*I need a CLEAR QUESTION and ONE CATEGORY (see list).

This is an email reading.  It will be sent to your mailbox in 24 hours after receiving full payment.

The basic rate is $5.00. Please indicate your QUESTION and the CATEGORY of your choice. For more detail you can select more categories. Each additional category will be +$2.00


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PEACE, LOVE & LIGHT,

IRIS

posted Friday, January 15, 2010 11:41 AM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS


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The tradition of the New Year's Resolutions goes all the way back to 153 B.C.

A mythical king of early Rome, named Janus was placed at the head of the calendar.

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The Romans named the first month of the year after Janus.

 Janus was the custodian of the cosmos, watching over and caring for the world, therefore he was considered the god of beginnings and the guardian of doors and entrances.
 The word janitor comes from the name of this Roman god Janus, as well as the name of the first month of the year January, which comes from latin Januarius (meaning pertaining to Janus).

 Janus was regarded as the father of the morning, and the son of light — and came before Jupiter and all of the other Roman gods. Janus was considered the God of Gods and the ruler of Time, Space and Mind.
He was the ruler of journeys, beginnings and endings, as well as of success.

Janus had two faces, (or very often, two separate heads) one on the front of his head and one on the back, so he could look backward and forward at the same time. This way Janus reconciled opposites and was a god of prophecy because he used a face to look back on past events and the other to look forward to the future.

In Roman times Janus guarded the entryways to every Roman home, and the gates of every Roman city. Before every activitiy of Roman life; business venture, marriage, war, or coronation, Romans begged for the blessings of Janus. He was called Matutinus (morning), as He greets every rising sun.

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The protector of trade and shipping, Janus is often depicted with a set of keys in one hand, and a staff or sheaf of corn in the other. Janus' image was engraved over the lintels of doors and on docks, and the prows of ships, to protect sailors and merchants in their travels and business ventures; and his two faces were stamped on every Roman coin.

The set of keys, one of Janus' more important symbols is also embedded in the Tarot card of the Hierophant.

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During the reign of Titus Flavius Domitianus — 75 - 86 A.D. Janus acquired two more heads, and became known as Janus Quadrifons (four-sided). In charge of minding the past, present and future, he was also in charge of the seasons of the year, holding the number 300 in one hand, and 65 in the other. These four seasons are depicted in the Tarot of Thoth, as four heads surrounding the central image of the Hierophant.
As the opener of the Roman calendar, New Year's Day was sacred to Janus. At midnight on December 31, the Romans imagined Janus looking back at the old year and forward to the new. Therefore, Janus became the ancient symbol for resolutions.

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Do you make New Year's resolutions? What are yours for 2010? How do you plan to keep them?

We really do like the idea of starting the new year with a fresh perspective and set of goals.

The problem is that New Year's resolutions fail because we never, ever, or very seldom,   follow through with them.
But we don't want to give up resolutions altogether; we just need to rethink the way we approach them.

This year give resolutions another shot, but this time choose goals that are more fun and more specific, making them more likely to happen.

Whether your goal is to lose weight, exercise regularly or stop smoking, the key to your success is to maintain your motivation and avoid common pitfalls.

Tips to help you prepare for success.

The trick is to keep everything in perspective. If your goal is too big, you'll feel overwhelmed before you even get started. Create small steps for yourself that you'll be able to accomplish.

1. Focus on realistic goals with measurable results. Avoid perfectionist thinking. Don't make absolute resolutions. Think about gradual improvement.

2. Take baby steps. Break your goals down into small steps that you can manage one week, or even one day at a time. 

3. Action precedes motivation, not the other way around. You need to take action first and inspiration will follow.

4. Share your goals. Tell someone you trust about your resolutions. 
You can count on me, I am here for you.
Write in the COMMENTS to this blog your resolutions for this year, month, week or day, and count on my support to celebrate your accomplishments and my daily encouragement to start anew every morning.

Peace, Love & Light

Iris

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posted Saturday, January 09, 2010 7:32 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 1 Comments

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posted Saturday, January 09, 2010 1:25 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

I am the New Year


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Life......

I am the new year.
I am an unspoiled page in your book of time.

I am your next chance at the art of living.

I am your opportunity to practice
what you have learned about life
during the last twelve months.

All that you sought
and didn't find is hidden in me,
waiting for you to search it out
with more determination.

All the good that you tried for
and didn't achieve
is mine to grant
when you have fewer conflicting desires.

All that you dreamed but didn't dare to do,
all that you hoped but did not will,
all the faith that you claimed but did not have --
these slumber lightly,
waiting to be awakened
by the touch of a strong purpose.

I am your opportunity
to renew your allegiance to Him who said,
"behold, I make all things new."
I am the new year.


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posted Saturday, January 02, 2010 6:01 PM by Iris Mystic Tarot | 0 Comments

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