Honest Action Tips Tarot Reading: Moon in Sagittarius 10.3.19

This is a good tarot spread for anyone who is looking for tips on taking action to start working their on ideas and intentions for projects. 

Honest Action Tips Tarot Reading: Moon in Sagittarius 10.3.19 

Before we get started, may I invite you to read the New Moon Tarot Reading, the Idea Moon phase, and the Intention Moon phase before you read this post? 

Following Intentions on Ideas Tarot Reading 10.1.19

If you don't read the others, this reading is good on it’s own however. No worries.

On to the Reading... 

Decks used: Cosmic Tarot and Notes from the Universe

Crystals Used: Tiger’s Eye (Innovation), Citrine (Creativity)

This reading uses one card from each deck to give us honest action tips from the moon entering Sagittarius.

The Moon in Sagittarius brings out the teacher in us. Creating a lesson plan about your idea could make it work for you.

In this Tarot Reading the Two of Pentacles shows a man holding his heart, balancing himself on the sand. He appears to be stepping forward in his mind to his next destination.

The crystals fell on “See their eyes”. This man is asking those who know him for acceptance on his new idea. He is certain of where he is going and just wants to let people know he’s got action to take on something he’s intending to work on.

Here are some tips and questions to help you take action on your ideas and intentions:

-Learn what you can about your idea. Have you done enough research on it to move ahead?

-Think about your audience. What is their intention when they take your class?

-Learn from other people who have been where you are going to. Are you ready for people to accept you? Or are you still hanging on to feeling like the outcast?

If you can answer these questions, they will help you to take action on what you are intending to do with your idea.

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Take Care and Blessings.

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