I drew three cards from the vibrant Tarot of the Sidhe (Schiffer, 2011) to look at this. I decided to use a method I saw demonstrated by Corinne Kenner at a Tarot Conference a couple of years back. She suggested that the same reading be interpreted for different perspectives, to see what nuances came out of the cards that way, and it's a technique I enjoy.
With regards to the path ahead spiritually with my DH, what I see is the suggestion that at the moment I need to keep things on quite a rational level for him (Dreamer Queen - the Gift of Reason). I tried to find psychological, or other logical explanations for him to explain the reasoning behind various elements of the ritual we did. I think that made it feel a bit less intimidating for him.
Moving forward though, I mustn't take responsibility for his spiritual path, or his choice whether or not to continue (Warrior Ten). I can't take on the task of joining him to the path, but must let him make his own way. What I can do, though, is express my own truth, without fear or hesitation (Warrior Seven), and ask for what I want, he can always say no :)
In terms of my own path, I think I need to take some time to do some reading (Dreamer Queen) and research a few things. That way I can decide what rituals I want to do next, and spend some time thinking about my path. I have just started re-reading Starhawk's Spiral Dance, and am enjoying it just as much as the first time. I notice different things this time round, and I think there are a number of subjects I would do well to revisit. I am also researching something I've never done before: making a wand! It's an exciting project, and I'll put up a vlog post about it when it's done :)
What I must avoid is making any of this feel like a responsibility I have to take on, rather than choosing (Warrior Ten). For instance, I see this blog and vlog as giving me the opportunity to explore and share my path. However, I have decided not to commit to a fixed schedule of posts, that would be taking on an unnecessary feeling of responsibility, whereas I want this to be an inspiration and joy for myself.
What I will do, though, is be willing to stand up for what feels important to me, for my soul's truth (Warrior Seven). I won't let anything stand in my way in this exploration of my spiritual path.
This feels like a very helpful reading, clarifying what I can best do and avoid so as to move forward both on my personal path and with my husband.