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I have just added a link in the Blogroll on the right-hand menu, it’s the 3rd item down named ‘Documents & Library‘ for anyone wishing to share COT’s Library & Documents. For FREE. You will find a rich mixture of books and documents on Astrology, Tarot, Psychics, Kabbalah, Spirituality, Divinatory systems, The Universe etc. There are some very good reference books and documents along with many various topics on divination.
It’s well worth a look round and you never know, you just might come across that book or article you’ve been searching for, for ages.
C Q T – Stands for – ‘Cybee’s Question Time’
If you would like to ask Cybee a question related to, any of the subject matter contained in this blog, maybe you have a real niggling question that’s bugged you for some time or you may be getting some conflicting answers or information, or if all else fails for your quest for some kind of answer to some or even all of your questions! You can only ASK! It doesn’t hurt to Ask……………
………..And so I will take time out each day to answer as many as possible, Hmph! Obviously it will also depend of the volume of questions asked each day. Like I said, you can only ask…………..
prediction, coincidence or luck
If a Mystic said to a Sceptic what would you wager, on this following scenario, let’s just say, we are stood in a field where a very high Sycamore tree stands alone and completely open to all of the elements from each and every point on the compass. And now, at this very moment, there’s a massive thunder storm which had started about half an hour earlier and which had now developed into a ferocious electrical storm. Even though we are stood a couple of hundred meters from the tree, we just witnessed a massive lightning strike on the topmost part of its canopy.
With the frequency and amount of lightning they had just witnessed, in that one lightning bolt, the Mystic reckoned that there was a very strong possibility that, ‘Lightning could strike twice’, or why not, even three times, in the same place, especially with the ferocity of the whole storm and amount of time it had been going for.
So the Mystic, once again, spoke to the Sceptic, and said, “I have a very strong feeling that the lightning, will strike the tree, at least another two times, and so making that a total the lightning will have struck the great tree, is three times.”
The Sceptic had not spoken a single word for at least two hours, up-until this point, when he replied with, “I’m inclined to agree with you there, but only up to a point. I would say, it could be, just a coincidence, if it where, to happen as you predict.”
Oooooooooohhhhh. Don’t you just love it when someone says, ‘I can’t think why………..such and such’!
The next time you hear someone say it, just take a quick glance at their posture and you will be amazed at how some people stand, articulate with hand or arm gestures but most prominent is the facial expressions. It is just the biggest give-away ever.
You can really gauge a person from just that one statement, and it just goes to show how amazing we all are in the art of, invisible communication. This is a little skill you can try out with anyone, anywhere, any-time. There’s no pain just gain.
It’s time some people stopped following like sheep. My Gran used to say to me when I was a young child, “If you’ve got nothing positive or imaginative to add to any conversation, then keep your mouth closed. Because Karma and Saturn will only catch up with you and give you a great big kick up the backside.” Learn form your own mistakes and not others.
Just to add my own slant on this advice, we’re all unique and that’s what makes life so diverse. Your future may not be set in stone if you use the skills given to you. It’s your gift to the Universe. Use it wisely my friend, show them all, who you are and what you’ve got, it’s your chance to shine. We’re all stars in the night sky, you have to shine that little extra bit to be seen among the billions of others that exist in the universal darkness.
I sure could do with a brew to cool me down…..
TBQ. How does a cup of tea cool you down?
Cybee. Oh! Hello you, didn’t see you sitting there in the corner.
TBQ. Well! How does it?
Cybee. Psychological I s’pose. Ha Ha. I don’t know and I don’t care, I just need one to help me cool down right.
TBQ. Uh Oh! You in a bit of a tiz then? Keep your hair on, it’s just a simple and straightforward question.
Cybee. You just sit there and keep quiet for a minute or two while I wind down, please. Where did I put them ciggs?
TBQ. In your left trouser pocket, and I don’t even smoke.
Cybee. Jeesh, man, let me have some quiet will you?
TBQ. ‘K! Then.
Cybee. Ah. That’s better, needed that. How many times before have I told you that I come in here to chill out and relax. I really don’t need you chirping on at me as soon as I walk through the door, now do I?
TBQ. I was only trying to be sociable you know. Anyways, what you so hot under the collar with this time?
Cybee. Oh it’s nothing, I just need to have a break sometimes, just like everyone else. OK!
Cybee. Why you in here anyway?
TBQ. Same reason you are, I always come in here to have a break, you know that, so why are you asking.
Cybee. It doesn’t matter, sorry I asked.
Cybee. Isn’t it just great, you have everything sorted out in your mind how the day is going pan out and then, WHAM! Someone’s got to spoil it all for you and you end up helping them with something you regard as trivial. I just wish people could sort their own problems out at times. Don’t you?
TBQ. No. Isn’t that what you do, sort peoples problems out?
Cybee. No, I just look at their problem from a different angle and perspective, that’s all. Then I work out how they should tackle the problem, maybe give them some encouragement but that’s all I do.
TBQ. Yes right. And in doing that, don’t you sort of take their problems on-board including taking on some of the burden?
Cybee. Err, yes I s’pose I do.
TBQ. Then you come in here, all of a tizzy and start taking out your frustrations on me, when I don’t deserve it.
Cybee. Could be right there. Oh, I’m sorry, it just gets to you sometimes and then when it does you just have to blow off a little steam. It’s like emptying your emotions into a bucket so that you can feel fresh and clear-headed ready for the next time.
TBQ. So you gonna say sorry then? Or just leave it as it is and go back out there?
Cybee. Sorry. Yes, I am sorry, I know I shouldn’t take it out on you, but you always seem to be in the firing line when it happens.
Cybee. OK. Let me make it up to you and I’ll treat you to hot vindaloo tonight. Is that all right?
TBQ. Yeh. I’d like that, but only if you leave your baggage at home.
Cybee. It’s a deal. Right, then, see you about seven thirty outside my place and I’ll even drive so you can have a beer. Agreed?
TBQ. That’l do me mate. I’ll see you later then.
Right back to the grindstone I s’pose.
If only! One of the most used phrases of all-time.
It’s time for a brew and a sit-down for 5 mins.
TBQ: You’re early today! You must be stressed to be in this early?
Cybee: No not really, just got up later than usual that’s why. Did a bit of rushing around to catch up and found I had 20 mins to spare, so I thought I’d garb a brew and sit down for 5 mins.
Cybee: Correct! It’s a nice cup of latte, made with fresh coffee. Your right though, not my usual poison. I tend to treat myself to one of these occasionally. I don’t drink instant coffee, it’s just not the same, you know, the fresh stuff has that beautiful aroma. Just love that smell any time of the day.
TBQ: Anything happening out in the big wide world today?
Cybee: I’m a little bit disappointed!
TBQ: What with? Somebody or something or has the world turned against you?
Cybee: You know when you put a lot of effort into doing something for other people. Well it’s that I suppose. You spend a lot of time and energy and then, they just let you down. Considering that it was all for nothing, payment that is. It wasn’t even a favour, it’s all part of the service I offer to people. You know that.
TBQ: Oh, I see…. So you’re peed off cause nobody turned up then?
Cybee: You could say that but it’s the fact that they can be so bad mannered and disrespectful sometimes. You put yourself out to help people and they can’t even let you know that they’re unable to make the appointment.
TBQ: I bet you’re glad to get that off your chest then?
Cybee: Yes I am actually. If only they would think to let you know that they can’t make it then it wouldn’t be so disappointing. At least I could then get on with something else instead of waiting around just getting annoyed with every minute that passes.
TBQ: Right! I understand but what if they have had an accident or can’t contact you for some reason or another. Maybe something else cropped up that was more important than their appointment with you and wasn’t able to contact you in time.
Cybee: Yes, you’re right I suppose. Well, never mind, at least I feel much better now that we’ve had this little chat.
TBQ: Good. I’m a bit happier as well.
Cybee: There is one question I’d like to ask before I go back to week, and that is. Why didn’t you turn up last night? I waited for ages and still you didn’t turn up and you didn’t contact me either. Why?
TBQ: I was tired and went to bed early. I forgot all about our appointment. So there’s my excuse, a little late maybe but at least I’ve apologised. Better late than never, so they say.
Cybee: I just don’t believe you sometimes, ha ha. Well just make sure you turn up next time I need you, OK.
TBQ: OK. No problemo, I’ll be there on the dot. You’re going back to work now then?
Cybee: Yep, I haven’t done my card for the day yet and everyone will be wondering why it’s late. So I will wish you good day and maybe see you tomorrow, that’s if your not in bed. He he. Bye then.
TBQ: Sees you later mate.
I need a few moments to sit back and reflect on today…………..
TBQ. So, how was your day then?
Cybee. OK. I s’pose, well actually it was quite good up till about 6pm tonight when some bright spark decided to put the mockers on the whole day and the rest of the evening.
TBQ. Don’t you just hate it when that happens.
Cybee. No. Not necessarily. I can take the rough with the smooth most days but just sometimes, don’t you just wish the person who may have put their foot in your mouth had taken their boot off first. At least to soften the blow slightly.
TBQ. Sounds like they upset you quite a lot?
Cybee. You might say that and then, there again sometimes you have to take that one sucker-punch to make you sit up and realise what you may have done to make them react the way they did. So you can’t always blame the other person.
TBQ. You certainly are reflecting a lot here?
Cybee. That’s why I come in here, to wind down and have a good old think, along with a good cup of tea and the occasional smoke to calm me down. It sure beats banging my head against the post of life. I’ve left a lot of dents in that post over many, many years. I should really think about getting a new one with less bumps and scars in it. Maybe go to the forest of wood chuckers and cut me one down in the morning.
TBQ. What’s this music you’re listening to?
Cybee. Not got a clue, it’s a radio station called ‘Classic FM‘. Classical music 24/7. It helps with the thought process and calms me down, a lot. You should listen to it sometimes, it’s more stimulating than you can imagine. I like it very much simply because the channel doesn’t get bombarded with advertisement all day long, it’s just music, and that’s what I like about it.
TBQ. Don’t you like any other sort of music then?
Cybee. Oh yes! I love music, all of it. Well maybe not all but certainly 95% of it. I’m not sure who said this, ‘Music soothes the soul’. It not only soothes me it also gives me so much inspiration.
Cybee. Well, it’s time for me to get some more work done now. Will you be here tomorrow?
TBQ. As always, unless the boss needs me for something special. Yeh! I’ll be here. Sees you laters. Cheers for the chat.
TBCybee. You’re welcome. Till the morrow then. Close the door behind you when you leave. Bye.
I feel so much better now.
How can a Tarot card reading help my marriage?
Many of my clients ask me this question and many other types of questions besides. Of course every client has a different set of circumstances than the next one and it’s down to me to give them the right answer. Phew! I have never thought of myself as being magic, mystical, psychic or even God, that would be too presumptuous and big-headed of me, to say the least. The way I look at myself in the way I read Tarot and other divinatory systems is what you might call, ‘a councillor of people’s problems’. I suppose it’s like going to your doctor to find out what that pain in your back is and he/she, through diagnoses and questions is able to give you an answer. I am not making any comparisons between a doctor, who is highly skilled and trained in the medical practices and a Tarot card reader but even doctors can make mistakes. Why do they? Simply because they are human, just like everyone else, and so to can Tarot readers make mistakes. Yes, we are human too. With any kind of reading, just like a doctors’ diagnostics, you may not be able to find the exact cause of the problem and so have to improvise in some way to come up with a plausible answer. If you don’t then the client will do two things, the first, is to never use that reader again and the second is tell everyone they know how useless you are and to not use you in the future.
I have no intentions of defending the Tarot card reader here simply because, ‘it’s a belief system’ that is used, and unlike medicine is not a recognised science, in any way shape or form. The client usually has some belief in what is told them in a reading, in that it is true, at least as far as they are concerned. There is one major point I need to emphasize here and that is that we are all born with, ‘freewill’. Freewill being the main human reason in everything that we do. So no matter what answers we give our clients they don’t necessarily have to abide by it, they can just go ahead and disregard all that we have told them. It’s their choice, not ours as a reader.
And so to the question in hand, “How can a Tarot card reading help my marriage”? The answer is, “it can’t”. The only thing that will help them is that they have come to us, as a reader and disclosed to us information that is private and confidential and in doing so expect some form of answer, be it the right one or in some cases, the wrong one.
To summarise this interesting topic, as Tarot readers we are all different just like our clients and so would be expected to be unique and professional in our art of performing the Tarot card reading. As I have stated earlier, I honestly believe that what I do is purely a counselling roll to my clients, in that I have a very good understanding of their problems and situations and so can analyse and diagnose, with the help of the Tarot cards as a tool of my trade. I can not perform miracles as some people may suggest.
Tarot card reading is an art-form and a very dignified one at that. I have dealt with thousands of clients worldwide and hopefully performed my art in a truly professional and dignified way for everyone that I have had the pleasure and privilege to work for.
To become a successful Tarot card reader takes a very long time, just like any other profession and to take it lightly as many people seem to do these days can only detract and deteriorate this very skilful, wondrous and mystical art.
WARNING – DON’T TRY THIS AT HOME!