One of many Baraja Española decks, The “Baraja Azteca – As de Oro” is a 48 card deck of playing cards used for such games as Brisca, Tute, and Mus. This 48-card variant of the deck contains four suits; Oros (Coins), Bastos (Clubs), Espadas (Swords), and Copas (Cups). While the deck is made primarily for play, it functions well as a divinatory tool. Each reader uses their own personal understanding and intuition to interpret the cards.
Today’s cards: 5 Bastos, 2 Oros, & 8 Bastos.
You want to do things the way they have always been done, and for the most part, folks around you would like the same. Too bad the circumstances are forcing you to consider a different way that is going to set tradition on its ear. Or is it? So focused on the actions of the method, you are overlooking why it was done that way in the beginning. What has changed so much that the traditional actions now work against the goal? What can you do different now to bring the goal back into focus? You’re still getting the traditional thing done, just in an updated way.
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