Telling story. Creative Tarot

The Emperor10 of pentacles3 of pentaclesThe HermitThe Magician7 of cups

(Who?)

It happened during E. being at dean position in local university………

(What?)

He worked hard delivering very comprehensive curriculum to the art students………..

(Where?)

At Art Gallery inside the University………………………

(When?)

… when a stranger, called H., a new teacher asked about roof for his new project….

(How?)

He was totally new to this place, the methods and perspective. Everyone in a team had the interview with him, and didn’t share with others what happened inside the room. Here were the rumors that he is Magician…………………..

(Why?)

That morning, after New Year eve, E. come later as the family at home required his attention…. When he entered the gallery, all students working with H. were standing in front of beautiful golden chalices. Nobody noticed E. Everyone was interacting with some special stuff inside these magic bowls, glowing and reflecting in mirror of new created ceiling… ~ E, – he heard the voice sounding like from heaven, – your present – here….. The End.

Keep open door

to new discoveries of

hidden treasures

*Note: Reading Tarot cards professionally require to be able to connect the cards by telling the narrative. This is  a creative method to get inspired, motivated to write your own poem, haibun or prose.

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8 Responses to Telling story. Creative Tarot

  1. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says:

    It’s certainly a creative interpretation!

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  2. Jae Rose says:

    An open door is a good philosophy

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  3. sanaarizvi says:

    I love this! So creative ❤️

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  4. C.C. says:

    This is an interesting way of finding inspiration for narratives and poetry.

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