Hey y'all welcome back to another weekly word with Jada. I am so excited uh, once again to come back before you to give a quick Tarot Reflection for the week of April the third through the ninth. I'm really excited to get into this message. But before I do, I do want to just like take some time to say this because it's really important y'all. So one of my favorite things to do is to stay connected and tapped in to other spiritualists astrologers, tower readers, ministers, anyone who was who's giving that good word, right. So one of my favorite voices right now is the work of cereda rail. He goes by temperance, queer Tarot on Instagram, I believe also on tick tock in Twitter. And serais really brought a really good point about tarot readers, ethics, and general readings. And so one of the things that he was saying is making sure that the folks who are listening to the words given has given that they've given consent. And consent is super important, especially as a part of my ethics. And I thought that this was such a beautiful point. Because it's important for people to know, first of all, who I am as a reader, where and when I enter from the words of Paula Giddings. And also, it's important for you to have agency to decide whether or not you want to participate in or receive the weekly word, right. So this is my chance to just pause and say that if you are interested in what I have to share for this week, please keep on listening. But if you decide that you want to tap out that you are not giving consent, then I urge you stop this recording here. And if you prefer to have a one on one reading, where you know that every message that comes forth, is specifically for you, then all of my booking info is available on my website, this www that jtk story.com. Okay, now that we've given that important message, and if you're listening to this, and I know that you have given consent and you are ready for this weekly word, alright, what is the energy or the meditation for us this week, I have the three of swords in reverse. Listen, we are cutting to the matters of the heart. I know that typically when folks see the three of swords. It causes a visceral reaction sometimes because you know, the card is depicting heartbreak, disappointment, hurt feelings, like things that people have said or done. To hurt your heart, or to cause frustration, regret, or just really strong emotions, around even communication. This could also just even be things that have been left unsaid things that you're wanting to hear that you haven't heard and needs to hear. But with the three of swords in reverse, this is saying to me, that whatever hurt or whatever pain or whatever, uneasiness in the heart chakra or in our emotions, or even in our spirits, whatever has been ailing Us. This week, we are moving toward that healing that balm, some soothing energy around that situation around that relationship, right. And so this is encouraging to me. This could mean maybe we're stepping up and stepping out is saying the things that need to be said what the source energy representing communication at times and it also can be I thought life so maybe we're perceiving what we deserve and speaking that asking for the things that we want.
This could also just be deciding in our hearts. What it is that we are most deserving of and refusing to settle for anything less.
This could also just be admitting that our hearts and our feelings may have been hurt or broken.
And still choosing to move past that. Once we address it, and enter into a time of healing, a time of reckoning a time of forgiveness for the self, and maybe for others too. But I believe that that level of love, and forgiveness and release that helps us to embrace this three of swords and reverse that begins with the self. And so what is the energy that we can embrace this week, I have the 10 of cups y'all the 10 of cups. This is already like so exciting for me. Like, we have the three of swords in reverse, saying that we are ready, like the energy is so supportive of our healing processes. And we should embrace the fulfillment and love that comes from the 10 of cups is also community in this car. There's also stability in this car. There's flow and there's ease with this 10 of cups. And, and we can find that we can locate that in our communities and with people that we trust, we can locate that, and our relationships with our ancestors. And so, then the question becomes, well, if this week we are focusing on you know, experiencing deep healing. And we know that we want to embrace this two of cups, how do we do it. And so, what I have here on the table is the six of swords. And the six of swords. has, in this particular deck has a person standing on the boat, it's like a canoe kind of. And they're standing there on this flat surface with the they're, they're naked. They are free baby, okay, this is liberation. They're moving into this place of the great unknown. They're in the boat alone in this particular interpretation. All that they have with them are the swords. All that they are carrying with them are the stories and maybe even some of their truths. They're carrying their convictions with them. And they're going into this uncharted territory. So then how can we embrace like the fullness of love that we know that we're deserving of, we have to move away from anything that has been an obstacle. Now I don't make light of this, this is not an easy thing. This could be telling us that something is going out of our lives or we could be coming to the end of a situation. It could be it doesn't even necessarily have to be the end of a relationship. But it could be the end of a certain dynamic in a relationship. That's not healthy, that's not helping you grow the six of swords is saying I am moving away from this which does not build me up which does not support me which does not help me reach my best and highest good and what is on the other side, what is on the other side once you go out into the deep what's on the other side to receive you. Of course sometimes we chart out on the ship territory and we have no idea was there we had we don't know what could be there but here on the table we have this 10 of cups and it's almost like there is so much love that is being offered to us. If we would just take the first step of walking away from the experience of love that doesn't agree with this or for the for the experience of community that doesn't agree with us. The experience of emotional connection that doesn't agree with us. It's okay to say, I don't really like this anymore. Oh, this doesn't feel right to me. I wish I could think of the name of the Twitter account.
But there was a person who was sharing their realizations about dating, and how has changed for them. And that was one of the things that came up for them continually is that after they've done a lot of self work, they realized that they did not have to hold the people that they were dating accountable for. Or become overly attached to certain people when things started to kind of fall out of alignment. If for I think they example, one of the examples they gave is if I'm dating someone, and I say that, my the way that I want to experience love, and this is in the romantic sense, the way that I want to experience love is to receive flowers. And this person says, Oh, well, no, I believe that you must, I don't give out flowers. On the first day, I offer that when I feel like we've gotten to know each other. And basically, when, when I feel like you've earned it, essentially. And so this person on Twitter says, is in these moments now that I can say, Oh, well, thank you so much for letting me know where you stand. That's not the experience I'm looking for. And that my frame shifted for the individual. And so now, they don't look at it as abandoning people or anything like that. It's not that harsh. Sometimes the six of swords energy, it's just saying, I don't want to participate in that experience, or that's not the experience I want for myself. And so we make forward motion, going toward the hope and the joy in the 10 of cups, because that is what we're longing for. This is transformation. This is transmutation. This is taking whatever has been hurting us whatever has been a disappointment and frustration and saying, I don't have to accept this anymore. I can move on. I can move on. Or maybe even we can move on. We can change this, we can fix this dynamic. But even if we can't fix it, it is up to me to decide what experiences are aligned with where I'm going with where I am. And again, this is not only for romantic relationships. It can also be into our familiar relationships and also our platonic relationships. They're all valid and necessary. They're all valid and necessary. And so with that, I want to part with one last Oracle message from ancestor Lucille Clifton, and this card beautifully reads, what entered the light was one man and what walked out is another. What entered the light was one man what walked out is another. Now this is an excerpt from Lucille Clifton's series on Lazarus Lazarus, you may or may not know from the Bible story, in which he was the man that Jesus raised from the dead. Now, Lucille Clifton is writing about Lazarus, and it's talking about Lazarus his death or journey through death, because he was raised again. Lucille Clifton is talking about this as a transformation in a way very similar to the death card in the tarot. What entered the light was one man but what what out is another. So if you are finding that you are dealing with the six of swords situation this week, trust and believe that you're entering one way, but allow that journey, that boat ride from one shore to the other to be a portal that transports you to the healing that you seek that you deserve. The wholeness that already is embodied in your being is available to you now. And by the time you come out on the other side in reach that bank. There is love already waiting. Because there is love already inside of you
Shay. I hope that that was beneficial to you. I hope you have a wonderful, wonderful week, and I will see you next time. Bye y'all