Hi… Jordan Hoggard, author of Tarot in the Land of Mystereum here to explore pairings and contrasts with the family of the Twos . . .
… Numerically the Twos correspond with Judgment…Strength (or Justice if you run eleven that way in your use of Tarot card sequencing)…and The High Priestess of the Major Arcana. You can explore the relationships of these numbers further in my blog . . . So, let’s explore pairings and contrasts with the Twos. . .
With the Two of Pentacles: Sense the most crucial connections, the most vital yet potentially minute connective tissue present. . .and with this an ability to cascade verdantly throughout from subtlety to entirety, a Priority FedEx of influence. . .Visualize a direct connection between your feet and toes and your imagination and ideas.
With the Two of Cups: feel heartfelt cooperation, and with bright eyes smile as fresh ideas pulsing with life begin to play in your imagination.
With the Two of Wands: Discern and distinguish individual energies from one another. Note how they interact. As you do, mind overload and imbalance by not perceiving many little things as one big thing. Respecting the energies you distinguish by naming them, as you focus each one by its name, identify and pair them with the aim of their influence.
With the Two of Swords: Gift yourself the ability to focus on familiar things to see them differently, in a new and polished light. One of the vital lessons from the 2 of Swords. . .highlight object of your focus, Mind your focus to communicate content more clearly, rather than assuming and expecting. . . sense and communicate things anew, even familiar things, sense and communicate things more congruent with their identity.
So, a vital yet open-ended overall lesson from the Twos is about pairing and contrasting the whole family of Twos in your way to inform one another as they come up individually. . . you are better able to see familiar things differently..
Thank you for watching. I look forward to further touring you through the families living in the Land of Mystereum.
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