Foresight Friday: Time for a Performance Review

Foresight Friday: Time for a Performance Review

Foresight Friday: Time for a Performance Review 

Divination Method: Supernatural Tarot 

Card Drawn: 7 of Pentagrams, Reversed 

Key Words: Setbacks, Delays, Frustration   

My Foresight Friday Interpretation: 

Hello again, everyone! The past week has been an emotional one for anyone who has been watching the news out of Ukraine. Hopefully, you were all able to connect with some of your special peeps so that you could be soothed for a little bit. 

On to this week’s card... 

I decided to go with my Supernatural tarot this week. Perhaps because of the cloud of doom that hangs in the air because of the invasion of just seems fitting. 

The card that presented itself to us is the 7 of Pentagrams in the reversed position. 

Depicted on this card is the sharp, calculating, and formidable member of the British branch of The Men of Letters: Arthur Ketch. His character may be a bit of a psycho...but he’s a psycho that gets results. He plays the long game, puts in the work, and remains incredibly patient as he watches his plans unfold. 

The 7 of Pentagrams card from the Supernatural tarot, in the reversed position.

Upright, this would be a banging card...but, it’s reversed so... 

Reversed this card is alerting us to things not playing out as we’d hoped.  

We may be putting far too much effort into something that won’t proportionately pay off. 

We could also be missing our mark because we haven’t put in the work necessary to get where we want to be. 

Either way, it’s time to reassess the situation and sort out our priorities. Changes will need to be made. Whether that change means approaching things in a different manner, putting forth a more concerted effort, or abandoning the current course altogether will be dependent upon what we discover during said assessment. 

Consider this a time for a self-imposed performance review. Take a good hard look at any progress that’s been made, along with the obstacles keeping us from progressing further. Take note of what is within our control, as well as what we’re willing to do to seize that control. 

For example, if we haven’t made considerable progress in the right direction because we simply haven’t done enough; we need to decide if we’re willing to get off our lazy behinds and do the work. If we’re not, then maybe it's best to just move on. 

Perhaps this self-assessment will show us that what we thought we wanted isn’t really that important to us anymore. 

So, get to evaluating the situation, friends. You just may be spending much needed energy on things that just aren’t worth it. 

Until Next Time, Pixilators! 

Wishing You Peace, Love, & Pixie Dust 

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