The Word No
As this is my first blog on this website, I would like to briefly introduce myself. My name is Sarah Archer. Archer is not my surname, but the alias for my star sign, Sagittarius. I’ve been conducting psychic readings for 10 years now, and my aim is to continue doing so for the future, helping people find the answers they seek. My tools include natural psychic abilities, clairaudience, clairsentience, and Angel cards. It’s with these angel cards in mind that I write my series of blogs. Each article will introduce a specific card and I will give an in-depth meaning to what that card is likely to mean.
My cards of choice are the question and answer deck from Doreen Virtue. While she converted to Christianity two years ago, before that she created some of the best Tarot and Angel cards used by psychics and psychic lovers alike. While this particular deck of cards deals with closed questioning, even these need elaboration. So I will start with the first card which is dealing with the word or answer no.
When we are young, and our parents tell us certain things aren’t acceptable or not allowed. One of the first words we learn is the word no, this can mean no you can’t do this, or that isn’t allowed. Negative. With this particular card however, this word can also mean something positive. For example, the word no could mean your job interview or house move will not happen yet, but it will happen in future. In this case if you consult your card deck or a psychic and this card comes up and your question is “Will I be receiving money in the next month?” and the answer is no, it doesn’t necessarily mean never. It simply means not yet; the timing isn’t quite right. This card encourages you to keep an open mind about the near future.
Whatever this particular card means to you, it is not the answer that most people would associate with the word no. With this in mind, the universe invites you to think carefully about what this card really would mean to you.
Thank you for reading,
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