Tag Archive: Stephanie

Queen of Staves

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A woman possessed of herself. A woman who follows her dreams, who lives her life by her passions. Who holds forth in the world as a light of inspiration and joy. Like all… Continue reading

Knight of Staves

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The Knight of Staves is passion in motion. If the Page is leaping fearlessly into the unknown, the Knight is allowing passion to carry them forward. It’s the motion and energy that lifts… Continue reading

Page of Staves

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The Page of Staves is carefree, eager, ready to leap into the next adventure without a care for practicalities.  When I think of the Pages, I think often of youth. When you watch… Continue reading

Ten of Staves

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This is the card of the workaholic. The Ten of Staves is work and burdens. So much work, the kind that weighs heavy on your shoulders, be it a physical or metaphorical weight.… Continue reading

Nine of Staves

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The guardian at the gate. The sentry.  Watchful and wary, waiting. No falling asleep on this job. Defending what you have. Unlike some of the other cards, there are no attackers here, but… Continue reading

Eight of Staves

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The Eight of Staves is all about swift change, things set in motion. Whatever is coming — good, bad, expected, surprise — it’s already in the works. Often portrayed as eight wands sailing… Continue reading

Seven of Staves

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Once again, there is struggle. A fight. Unlike the Five, the Seven of Staves is a more serious struggle. While it lacks the cut-throat intensity of some of the blades, it’s not a… Continue reading

Six of Staves

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Victory is mine, victory is mine, great day in the morning victory is mine! The Six of Staves always makes me think of “The West Wing.” Of Josh Lyman being victorious, declaring that… Continue reading

Five of Staves

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When is a battle not really a battle? What’s the line between playing and fighting? The Five of Staves is a playful sparring. It’s competition, no doubt about it, and everybody wants to… Continue reading

Four of Staves

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New beginnings. New homes, new lives. Love and new families. All under the banner of the Four of Staves. I often think of the four as the chuppah, the symbolic home in a… Continue reading