St George’s Day Spread

This spread was gifted to us by Alison Cross this am via Face Book (great place to have coffee and chat!). I used the Gaian Tarot – one of my favorite decks.

St George’s Day Spread
From Alison Cross

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The Maiden – this card represents your goal – Four of Air (Swords)
St George – this card represents YOU in relationship to The Maiden – Justice
The Dragon – what holds you back from achieving success – The Teacher (Hierophant)
The Sword – the energies of this card will help drive you forwards – Eight of Earth (Pentacles)
The Shield – the energies of this card indicates something you would do well to protect against – Guardian of Earth (Queen of Pentacles)
Final Card – The Magician

Your final card in the spread represents what might happen if you CAN slay the dragon using the Sword and Shield info and obtain The Maiden. The likely outcome card.

My goal is to create sacred space, and that is very true. I am in the midst of major changes, and I need to be able to hold my space to give these changes “room to operate”.

In relation to my goal, I am being a very demanding little person! I am standing there going “Universe, it is time for this to happen!” I have put in the work, now I want to see the results!

What is holding me back from accomplishing my goals is my Cappie nature, IMHO. Outmoded structures/beliefs need to be acknowledged, loved and then released.

What I need to protect myself against IS myself. Guardian of Earth (Queen of Pentacles). I need to be less conservative – especially in the financial sector.

If I can slay the dragon … the world is mine, and I can manifest the life that I wish!

(c) April 2011 Bonnie Cehovet


4 comments on “St George’s Day Spread

  1. alison cross says:

    Bonnie – that’s a good reading you’ve got going on there. I did it for myself last night and got some uncomfortable (ie true!) answers.

    Thank you so much for using my spread, I’m very chuffed at that 😀

    Ali x

  2. Ali –

    This spread is a true gift. It told me things I didn’t want to hear, but that I knew were true. Darn Tarot – it tends to do that! 😉

    Relieved that you are okay with my using the spread! 🙂


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