Sunday, 2 March 2014

Lennie Reading on Moving House

Yesterday, as well as doing a tarot draw on moving house, I also pulled a Lenormand line of five from the Mystical Lenormand (Königsfurt-Urania, 2004).


Ship, Clouds, Tower, Mountain, Rider:  An uncertain journey made with an institution sees delays caused by poor information flow.  

What I see here is that there is a lot of potential for confusion and delays in this house move.  This could mainly come from information blockages and lack of clarity.  I see in this both the fact that I have to be clear about what goes where and what our priorities are, and also the fact that the company that's been working on the renovations before we moved in still haven't quite finished.  

For example, we had to replace the carpets in a couple of rooms, and when they brought them to fit on Friday, they were faulty (from the manufacturer).  So, now they say they've checked the carpets at the warehouse, and should be able to fit them on Monday.  However, it does mean that the furniture for those rooms can't be moved until later in the week.  Lots of different people and things to juggle, and lots of potential for mistakes and delays.  
Overall, then, this reminds me to stay on top of things, try and see all the details, be as clear as possible in my communications especially between these two companies (the movers and the builders), and accept that there will probably be delays.  Still, I am encouraged by the Ship and Rider framing the reading - there is plenty of movement there, with the blocks in the middle.  I think they will be surmountable :)

6 comments:

  1. Moving house is very stressful; I think you are handling it well! Do take the advice of the cards and NO lifting or moving or hustling around trying to help. Take care of yourself. Can't wait to see your new space and altar! :) x

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    1. Not sure exactly when I'll get time to set it up, nor even where I'm going to have for my altar space. Still, it's also something fun to think about and do, and a good way to ritually "settle" :)

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  2. Sounds like you're going to have to look after your emotional sanity as well as your physical body. This too shall pass and things will eventually settle down. Good luck to you on the move!

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    1. Yes, it does sound like it might be quite a frustrating few days. Ah well, I shall just have to stay mindful and take the moments of calm where I find them. Thanks for the good wishes! :)

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  3. I wish I could help you in any way, but I only can wish you best of luck. Please
    take care of yourself. Even organizing everything can be exhausting.

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    1. I will take care, thank you dear Ellen! :)

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