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More than anything, Soul Number 4's crave emotional and financial security. As a result they will work very hard to achieve what they need first then what they want second. They can be clingy, possessive and controlling of their loved ones. Their fear of taking risks can also cause them to be "stuck", especially when it comes to academics and career. Number 4's tend to stick to what they know works and react with hostility to any suggestion about change. Developing the confidence to handle anything that comes their way is the best way for number 4's to overcome their insecurity.
Consider, for example, what you probably could infer about such a woman. Having pigeon-holed the client, the reading is then focussed around areas stereotypically of concern to people in this category, and also around any specific deductions that can be made based on observations of the client.
For example: A mid-teen female is likely to experience difficulties relating to popularity, peer pressure and boys. A middle-aged, poorly-dressed man who is rather overweight and wears no wedding ring, may have low self-esteem. An elderly person may have recently lost close friends or family, and may also have their own health concerns.
A man wearing a wedding ring whose breath and clothes smell of alcohol is very likely to have marital problems. Barnum who claimed "we've got something for everyone" and who is also often incorrectly credited with coining the phrase "there's a sucker born every minute".
Barnum statements also known as Forer statements are those that seem to relate to a particular individual but actually apply to everyone, or almost everyone.
Such statements are a typical feature of horoscopes and they are used extensively in cold reading. Research by psychologists e. Forer has shown that such statements are readily accepted by a person if led to believe that the statements apply specifically to them.
Because they are easily accepted by the client, such statements also serve to enhance the client's general faith in the psychic. Examples of Barnum statements are: "You have much unused potential. Fishing 'Fishing' refers to making some very specific, seemingly improbable, statements that may or may not be true of the client. If the statement turns out to be true, the strength of the "hit" will greatly impress the client, and the statement will be clearly remembered.
If wrong, then the psychic can simply move on to something else and the 'miss' will very likely be forgotten by the client.
Alternatively the psychic may prefer to use an 'out' to excuse the failure see the section on Outs below. In general to avoid embarrassing failures it is best to choose fishing statements that are not too improbable but which are likely to be true of many people. Examples of fishing statements are: "The name Jane is significant in some way. You can also go fishing using several baits in one sentence.
In this way you can maximise your odds of getting a 'hit'. Fishing is especially effective when cold reading with a large group of people e. It represents a message or an action from outside of ourselves. The juggler or fool depicted is juggling funds this impatient due to her overabundance of energy. Eight of Wands: This card represents the wands as a message to Two of Pentacles: Queen of Wands: It may also suggest needing to get a handle on a business or financial situation that is beginning to get out of control.
Three of Pentacles: Nine of Wands: A bandaged man uses the wand for support. The Tarot Cards and Astrology wand representing a philosophy is now a crutch By Evolve for this battered soldier. He clutches the wand because it is the source of whatever idea caused Almost every culture in the world has had some sort of system for using the stars to divine answers about people and society.
The astrological symbol for Venus Many of the cards have very obvious symbols incoprated into the art. Some appear in the form of planetary glyphs. The em- Ten of Wands: A man carries the heavy wands to the city; he press card, for instance, has the glyph for venus on it. Alternaely, the justice card has a man holding the scales - a sybmol of the zodacal sign Libra. The power has become card reader is to point out the astrological symbols on the cards a great burden.
He lets the power blind him as as you read them. With a little research this techniuqe could he pushes himself too hard. This card is a sign make your tarot reading more powerful than ever before. Venus as it appears in the Empress card from the riderwaite deck. The Empress is representative of the planet venus from astrology.
Both the planet and the card signify love, relationships, and beauty.
It can also portend a warning to be wary of monetary attachment. Do not let it rule in the face of all other life endeavors. Five of Pentacles: Describes a position of poverty due to neglect. The stained glass window with shining pentacles profession and the rewards that will follow.
The swords represent the mind. They are associ- The woman in the card is dressed opulently and has a serene sense about her. This card shows that self-sufficiency and financial independence This new prosperity could come in many diverse Ten of Pentacles: This card represents, raw intelligence, justice, and logic.
It is pure air and therefore, raw mental energy. Page of Pentacles: Ace of Swords: This card is a representation of great wealth and Indicates a new wealth coming to the receiver. They represent will be eventually achieved. Six of Pentacles: A woman sits blind folded with swords crossed against her chest. This card represents peace The page can be seen as an image for the receiv- and balance.
Arms crossed at the heart and er who is entering into or ahs recently entered eyes blindfolded she sits alone blocking off all into a new financial or business endeavor, pro- outside stimuli both physical and emotional.
She fessional career or new job. The page displays awaits coming change. Knight of Pentacles: A step above the page in a business or financial endeavor. The Knight represents a growing in Three of Swords: Three swords driven through a heart. It represents the heavy truth. It can represent the heartbreak that can occur when the honest truth is revealed.
Four of Swords: Queen of Pentacles: Seven of Pentacles: Reflects the end of a hard labor that will eventually reap many profitable rewards. The farmer in the card is contemplating his many labors and Five of Swords: A man gathers the swords of his defeated friends. The receiver has already honest defeat. The defeat may also be due to or will begin to realize how to get more from lack of action or a tendency toward pacifism.
Six of Swords: The card depicts a child with a pilgrim or missionary being brought to a new land. The boat the harvest he will soon realize. King of Pentacles: Eight of Pentacles: Represents the ultimate in financial and career the missionary brings with him to the new land. It represents a new frame and emotion is no longer valid.
This card repre- of mind. A change needs to be made in order to preserve the mind. It can represent A man runs away from a military camp with depression, regret and worry, as well as an in- swords in his hands several are left in the back- ability to forgive yourself and others.
He finds their battle to be futile and runs away to save his own skin. He no longer pays attention to the ideas of others; he has his Ten of Swords: A man lies dead, on cracked, dry land with ten own plans and his own thoughts.
He looks back swords stuck in him, the sea is in the background. This is the logic of madmen. Emotion is no lon- The Seven of Swords represents the betrayal of ger part of the system. The cracked land Eight of Swords: This is where the idea has so many variables that This card depicts a lone woman bound and it no longer continues to make sense.
The idea blindfolded within a prison of swords. This card dies because it has been thought out too much represents intelligence blinding us. The woman and has become convoluted and confusing. This represents intuition, feeling and emotion; the card represents the end of an idea or frame of swords represent intelligence and logical thought.
Dogma and policy binding our hands and blinding us from the truths that emotion may bring. Nine of Swords: Page of Swords: The problems they bring will usually re- whelmed this man. He cannot sleep and is on quire logic, and intelligence to solve rather than, the verge of madness. He is intelligent yet un- emotion. This character generally materializes enlightened. Reason has taken control of his life whatever ideas you may have had about a situation. Knight of Swords: This character can appear emotionless as he judges the world around him with only logic and reason.
He is a diplomatic character, who is intolerant of stupidity and will always be prepared to voice his opinion. Queen of Swords: He can be a harsh judge of morale or intellectual matters. Cups are associated with water, which is generally symbolic of the emotion and intuition.
Ace of Cups: As the first card of the suit of Cups it is a representation of the beginning of the opening up of the heart.
Two of Cups: The queen of swords is a character of truth. She is representing the beginning of a new friendship witty and perceptive.
She can often come off as or relationship and the exchange of emotion arrogant. King of Swords: Three of Cups: The king of swords is an intelligent, analytical character who is able to absorb and interpret This card shows the joyous culmination of an information very quickly.
He prefers to explain emotional undertaking. This card shows an individual detached from the world and the emotions of others. This may represent the receiver or an acquaintance of the receiver. This individual is not willing to accept any more emotional responsibility than he already has acquired. Ten of Cups: This is the ultimate reward that the suit of numbered cups offers.
Page of Cups: The youthful page of this card has a gentle nature and is quite ready to give of his emotions willingly. This card represents a readiness to Five of Cups: These new A powerful and ominous looking card that por- the page is a figure of little experience. It is important for the receiver to accept this loss, grieve and continue on with life.
Six of Cups: Knight of Cups: The noble knight on this card is portrayed as just about to cross over a river. This symbolism foretells that the receiver is about to enter into or is now ready to enter into a relationship of a This card represents a possible encounter with romantic nature. The card may also suggest the an individual that held emotional sway over the emotional strengthening of a pre-existing rela- receiver in the past or a strong remembrance of tionship.
Queen of Cups: Seven of Cups: This queen is shown looking forth across a sea This card reveals the many choices that need of water emotion. She is one who tenderly to be made in the matters of emotion and the looks after the emotional well being of others. The need for such a choice is quickly ap- This card foretells the need of the receiver to proaching the receiver of this card.
Represents a spiritual departure from matters of emotion.
The man in the card is walking away from his emotional attachments in order to gain clearer insight. This card suggest the receiver do the same if only for a short period of time. Nine of Cups: King of Cups: Represents a mastery of emotion. This is displayed by his calm manner as he floats on a body of water, the symbol of emotion and matters of the mind.
The wish card is a card of strong affirmation. If a receiver is asking a pure yes or no question and this card turns up, it can be viewed as an emphatic yes. It portrays that all that we dream can be realized especially when dealing with emotional satisfaction. Start by telling her to close her eyes and think of a personal question that she would like answered.
After a minute put the deck down in front of her. Tell her to place her hand on the deck and focus on the question. Now pick up the cards, cut the deck, and quickly shuffle one more time.
Choose the card After shuffling, place the cards in front of her one last time and tell her to choose a card from somewhere in the deck.
Move the rest of the deck away and place the cards between the two of you.
Be sure to remember what she says, because you can use what she says later on when you read her. Start by describing the images on the card. The four card placement, with the leader card at the top. Figure 2. The Justice card is revealed as the leader card and sets the theme for the reading. Figure 3. The Death card is revealed, and the story continues. Figure 4. While some people are inclined to do this on a casual basis or as a matter of entertainment, other people make it a career or a way of life.
In good fortune telling there is no actual reading of the All esoteric arts across cultures, languages, reli- future. Prior to this, out- tune. She was a tougher nut to crack, an intellec- side of religion and philosophy, humanity was tual, like me. And strangely I was more attracted on its own to seek answers to the anxieties that to her because of it. What I do view them as is a quick way to get to the mental meat of someone you just encountered. This means that ot to get their phone numbers?
Allow me to explain. They had ent, worrisome about the future, or concerned about the past these methods brought them peace so that they could lead fulfilling lives. Suddenly you have broken down a barrier between two people immediately sharing their real selves with one another. The next time you find yourself be- deeper questions and they knew that the an- placeable. But to draw individuals out of their mind to reveal to tic feel free to paraphrase my thoughts here.
She will praise you to the others. By sizing up his subject, he knows his line of attack. What he does not know by diagnosis and analysis, he will find - 5 - out by pumping and probing. If he starts up a wrong trail, he will immediately detect his error by the client's reactions switch his story and start another track. Parts of the reading will be found in the following pages, yet the reader has the distinct advantage of critical observation of the client. Here are some of the cues or tell-tale signs that help him 1 diagnose the reason for the visit and 3 the phraseology that he will employ in unfolding the reading.
The client's sex, probable age, dress and physical appearance and condition, actions, facial indications, jewelry such as wedding rings or, by close observation of the fingers the previous removal of a ring , condition of the hands, finger nails, hair and shoes.
Neatness or lack of it will be evident. The client's grammar, nervous mannerisms, manner of sitting are important indicators. All these factors and many other details tell a definite story of the events that have proceeded this visit. Rising and falling inflection shows sarcasm. Rapid staccato speech - with pitch variations - excitement.
Slow, dragging monotone expresses defeat - dejection. In anger - voice always increases in pitch, loudness. These symptoms are well accepted by students of human nature, and are used by actors to portray various inner emotions.
A person's smoking habits will reveal many inner emotions - continual chain smoking is a form of restlessness, nervousness, worry.
The casual smoker indicates relaxation - calmness, or a good ability to retain their emotions. Loudness, bragging denotes invariably a frustrated emotion - lacking in fulfillment of desires the indications of an inferiority complex.
A brash manner usually conceals a sense of inferiority. Should the reader ascertain thru speech, observation of certain signs, jewelry, etc. However, this same shrewd reader realizes, too, his client is human, and beset with human problems that are seeking an outlet. For statistic's sake, our government figures show that there are approximately twice as many Protestant church members as there are Catholic. The experienced reader knows that the negro is very super- stitious and susceptible in the realm of the occult and mysterious.
The great showman, P. Barnum said, 'There's a sucker born every minute. Our daily habits and routines are subject to the whim and wills of our advertis- ing agencies, dress designers, fadists and public opinion, which does not just occur, but is created by certain forces put in motion by other people.
Everyone has some inherent weak- ness - if not many of them! It may be difficult for the student of this book to accept these blunt, hot-off-the griddle remarks about his fellow men - and himself, BUT if engaging long in 'giving readings to the public', he will be amazed at the utter gullibility of his fellow men. The SEX appetite or drive is the second strongest - and consequently, accounts for a great deal of the problems that will confront him in dealing with the public.
He realizes that as a result of medical research that a normal sex life or sex relief is conducive to the highest level of physical and mental health. That an unbalance of this drive will cause all kinds of disturbing factors that will send him clients from all walks of life.
In marriage, the experienced reader realizes it takes TWO com- patible people to make a successful marriage.