The prompt for this reading came from one of my Discord servers and is as follows:
“This week, talk to your divination tools about harvest and balance.”
Where in my life am I reaping a harvest from the work I’ve put in?
Queen of Diamonds
I am feeling very secure in my “home and hearth” situation at the moment, and I have the ultimate Queen of Diamonds currently living under my roof. (Which is something I couldn’t have financially managed without all the hard work I’ve put in over the years to get me to this point.) This has made a lot of changes in my life, some of them uncomfortable. At the same time? I’ve also managed to experience one of those things I’ve always wanted… someone around to cook for me regularly. As I eat so much food each day to maintain my weight, cooking gets to be such a drag after a while. Having Z here? Has been amazing in a lot of ways, but if I’m honest? Especially in this one.
What should I do at this point to preserve this harvest for the winter ahead?
Three of Spades
Do not allow my depression and low moods to linger and drag me down. This is something I have been feeling creep up over the past few weeks, and really struggling with over the past week or so. The Three of Spades says that when I need to cry, or rant, or throw a bit of a pity party? Go for it… but don’t linger there. Allow the release to happen and then move past it.
Where in my life do I see balance coming into focus?
Eight of Hearts
Emotionally speaking, there is a need to push for the balance you need rather than allowing it to just float in on its own. Be proactive and work toward what you want here. Balance can happen, but you’re going to have to use willpower and determination to get there.
Where in my life should that balance begin to tip toward and prepare for rest and recovery this winter?
Ten of Diamonds
Like all winters, the holiday rush creates an influx of finances. With the way this question is posed, the advice of the Ten of Diamonds is to make sure that I don’t get so wrapped up in that feeling of things being flush that I forget to plan for the future.
Where in my life should that balance begin to tip toward and prepare for diving into the holiday rush this winter?
Jack of Diamonds
An echo of the advice given in the above question. I added this question on to the end of the original questions, as the winter is not a time of rest and recovery for me, but is actually my busiest and most stressful time of the year. What the Jack of Diamonds says is to hold back and examine my impulses and decisions where my finances and influx of income is concerned rather than just jumping forward irresponsibly or impulsively.