The Camel Boy: Psychic Tarot Reading

The Camel Boy: Psychic Tarot Reading

The Camel Boy: Daily Psychic TarotKeywords for The camel Boy are, small steps and asking for help

The Camel Boy was the card drawn today from the Wisdom of the Hidden Realms Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid. It is the 33rd card in the deck.

In numerology, the number 33 resonates with the vibration of: The number 33 is the mover and shaker of the Master numbers. With 11 and 22 combined in this Master number, intuition and dreams reach an entirely new orbit. A number 33 used to its full potential means that there is no personal agenda, only a focus on humanitarian issues. Someone with 33 strongly featured in their chart has the ability to throw themselves into a project that goes far beyond mere practicality.

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When you see The Camel Boy it means, no matter what situation you are facing, you are reminded that if you need assistance with it in any way, you must ask for it.

  • Are you the type of person who is always helping other people for little or nothing in return?
  • Do they look upon you as their rock and never seem to notice that maybe it’s you that needs assistance now?
  • Is it you who feels that you’re the only one who can complete a project?

Maybe you’ve just been brought up and conditioned to believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness. Perhaps you were brought up with importance placed on pride and the fact that you were to be resilient, self-reliant, and independent. The Camel Boy is here to remind you that there is nothing wrong with asking for help.

There are many reasons people fear requesting assistance, primary among them not wanting to seem weak, needy or incompetent. Also, there is an understandable fear that if you let your guard down, you’ll get hurt, or that this information you don’t know how to do will be used against you.

Asking for help doesn’t devalue you in any way. It can enable you to have meaningful connections with others, improve your ability to do things with greater ease, and better prepare you for your next challenge.

Message from the book


When the Camel Boy arrives as your Ally, he reminds you that asking for help will bring in the right people to ease the burden of your life.  Perhaps a wise person appears to give you advice.  Maybe you are moving and suddenly a couple of friends offer to give you a hand with your packing.  Or you want information about someone and you just happen to run into his former partner, who gives you the knowledge you need to make the decision you have been weighing.

No matter the issue, this is a sign that if you ask, you will receive what you need.  Synchronicity is engaged when you request assistance.  The Camel Boy never lets you down when you ask for help in lightening your load.  Now is the time to do so – and to except to get it.


The Camel Boy challenges you to stop the course of action you’re on and get busy with mundane chores. Nothing can happen right now to move you forward in your inquiry more quickly. This is the time to chop wood and carry water. Attend to your home, wash your car and “declutter” your closets. A spring cleaning is in order! You may also need a spring cleaning of your thoughts. Meditation would help, too.

That said, if you do all the small things now, the big ones are accomplished as if by magic, and always when you’ve stopped trying to it all at once and all by yourself.

Another message is a warning to stop attempting to accomplish everything single-handedly, expecting that no one will ever come to help. Try letting them. Now is the time to relinquish control. ~ Colette Baron-Reid

That obstinate sense of independence was the biggest challenge I face in building my little house (that, and not always knowing what I was doing). I was stubborn in the way I hated to ask for help. Some people are good at it, asking friends or their husbands to collect ginger ale and crackers at the grocery because they feel nauseous, or standing on the side of the road with a tire iron in one hand, hoping someone will stop to change their flat tire. I’m not like that; I’d rather have a rough stick dragged across my gums than walk to the neighbor’s house to borrow sugar or ask for help jump-starting my car.”
― Dee Williams

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