But I've been wondering why I'm doing this. I've always been the type to only keep the ones I use. If I hadn't used them in over a year I traded or sold them. Now though alot of those I had before - used for awhile, then traded away - I'm wanting again. Since this is so opposite of what I've always done I decided to do a reading to see what I can find out about this.
And I'm of course using my PDR deck, the Merryday, which is one of those reacquistion decks I used to have years ago and reacquired just recently. (grin)
So I asked "Why am I reacquiring so many decks right now?" And this is what I got.
Card #1 - What I get out of it/them. 10 of Pentacles (key word Completion)
This is very interesting and reassuring. Maybe I'm coming full circle here. Alot of the decks I'm rebuying are ones I did like before but just never seemed to "get". And now that I've learned more and am more confident with my skills I can get more out of them.
What jumps out at me from this picture is the couple talking in the background. They are enjoying themselves. Just walking and talking. It seems I'm able to enjoy and "talk" to my decks better than I used to. They're like old friends now.
Card #2 - What I need to watch out for in doing all this reacquiring. Elemental (Centaur, Satyr) - (key words Instinctive, Common Sense)
This elemental seems to be telling me that even though I have all these decks I love and can communicate with, make sure I don't always run to my decks to answer questions. Trust my instincts and use common sense too.
The Centaur and Satyr in this card are setting off on a journey. They don't pull out the cards to tell them which way to go or what to do. LOL They use their knowledge and being sensitive to their surroundings to lead the way.
Card #3 - Outcome. Fire Dragon (key words Contained Fire)
By getting all these decks back I'll be energized. I'll be running full steam ahead. LOL The fire dragon is straight energy. But in this card he is somewhat contained. OK, I was getting a bit stumped as to what this meant exactly so I looked him up in the book. (giggle) This is what it says.
"The pure element of fire, when unleased, can scorch or burn. When held in check, fire can enlighten or inspire. Our dragon has four chains around his neck, which binds his fire from being destructive. This is a fierce dragon representing spirit, intuition, motivation, and activity. In a chart, it ushers in warmth, healing, spiritual enlightenment, and the breath of inspiration. Pure and unadulterated, it is able to singe and scald, but when restrained, fire will ignite an idea or situation with hope and insight. A wonderful card when it comes up in reference to an idea or project, as it's purity of integrity and inspiration is unmatched."
Which tells me that by reacquiring all these decks I will have all these different ways to inspire and motivate myself. I will also beable to open my intuition and get new ideas and insight. hmm..... I like that.