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Inverted Pyramid

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  • This spread is an adaptation from Valeria Black reimagined by me. The Inverted Pyramid cascades down to one point: the “who” you want to become. But the path to that card is not easy. There are 3 levels of pain you must master first.​

    Cards 9 & 10: Represent who you are at present.
    Cards 7 & 8: Represent the external influences on your situation.
    Cards 4, 5 & 6: Represent the challenges life will throw at you to test your mettle.
    Card 2 & 3: Represent the traits and characteristics you need to develop to defeat the challenges.
    Card 1: Represents who you want to become.


    Level One
    The topmost level has 4 cards. Out of these, the two in the middle represent who you are right now. For better or for worse, these cards are important. Accept your reality. The outer two cards represent external influences in your life that are causing drama and distractions.

     

    Level Two
    The second level of the pyramid is the level of challenges. And the interesting thing is: they are the byproduct of level one. That means, your present personality and external influences are responsible for them. "You are responsible for your own challenges." The 3 cards of this level represent the challenges that can make or break you. Think of them as the gatekeepers to greatness.

    How do you reach the tip of the pyramid then? How do you defeat these monsters? There is a way. But it is not easy. If you choose to face these challenges head-on, hunker down and refuse to give up, there will come a time when the gatekeepers will throw down their arms and surrender to you. They will open up the way to victory. That is, if you refuse to break. But how do you defeat challenges that were created by your own self? The truth is: all the mustered courage in the world will not help if you approach them with the same attitude you have at present. That’s where the level three cards come in.

     

    Level Three
    On this third level we see only 2 cards. These represent those abilities and traits you need to develop to defeat the level 2 challenges. The brilliant thing is, once you master these two, you will suddenly realize that you are Card 1. It’s almost magic! But only you will know that your overnight success required months and years of hard work to defeat the previous levels. That’s why when you think about it, once you reach the tip, the reversed cards suddenly seem upright. What was an inverted pyramid appears to be a straight arduous climb. Do the numbers make sense now?

    • Cards 7 & 9 together give rise to the challenge in Card 4. Study them to understand why you are plagued by this particular challenge.

    • Similarly, Cards 9 & 10 create the challenge of Card 5.

    • Cards 8 & 10 form the challenge of Card 6. All these combinations will tell you very specific dynamics.

    • External influences can be very toxic. Remember that sometimes you may have to cut off those influences to take away power from the challenges they help to spawn. It is an efficient way of progressing, even if difficult to do so at first.

    • Cards 4, 5 & 6 speak of a specific personality trait when combined. This is different from the ones mentioned in Cards 9 & 10. Understand who this person is and you will have one monster to defeat instead of three. Of course, that will also mean that the monster will be bigger, but by condensing the challenges in this manner you can face the enormity of the task by narrowing your focus.

    • Your greatest enemy is your own self. The monster formed by the combination of the challenge cards is therefore that aspect of your personality that is dominant at present and creating so much havoc in your life.

    • Cards 2 & 3 also speak of one single personality that becomes the hero capable of slaying the monster. Combine the traits mentioned here as well. But remember, you need to work hard to become this hero. Internalizing the principles is a good place to start.

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