Obsidian- I finished your Past Life reading today! I used the Mystic Faerie Tarot Deck.
Keep in mind that these are just my interpretations of the cards.
In your past life, you were a very hard worker, and you were always fighting for something that you wanted very much. However, you also lived in fear of one particular event that you believed could rob you of your happiness. (9 of Swords)
Your home and upbringing was full of happiness, peace, and contentment. You and your family worked very hard to establish that lifestyle. (10 of Cups)
Your mother was very, well, motherly. She welcomed everyone who crossed her path with open arms. She brought feelings of safety and relief to everyone that she met, and helped shoulder their burdens. She was commonly thought of as a helper and a guide. (The Star, Reversed)
Your father was strong, focused, and had a very noble warrior-like mindset. He was always ready to be given a task, and if he became restless, he would go off on a quest of his own. (Knight of Wands, reversed)
Others perceived you as a Seeker. You had examined your life and found it dull, so you were often found making plans to fulfill some great destiny that you felt you had. (8 of Cups)
Hints at your occupation cause me to believe that you were working under the rule of someone else. You had to make sacrifices, often for the greater good or the wishes of your master, but you were usually content with the outcome. (The Hanged Fae)
Your ambitions and goals were many, and all of them were enchanting and interesting. You had to avoid becoming caught up in the details, though, and just follow your dreams. (The Fool, reversed)
You had faced some unexpected problems or challenges while growing up, and perhaps your greatest achievement was coping with them. You then learned how to be strong- it was a time for developing your character. (Ace of Swords, reversed)
Your home and lifestyle as an adult was full of new beginnings. You had many opportunities to start new relationships, both romantic and business in nature. (Ace of Cups)
Your love life was bountiful in every way. You were very fortunate, and you had everything you needed. You had enough skill and resources to create the life that YOU wanted. (Ace of Pentacles, reversed)
An important influence in your life as you were growing up was that you were always taught to value things of beauty, both inside and out. Devotion, dedication, trust, and wisdom were important teachings in your household. These values became ingrained in you, and you held onto them as an adult. (Knight of Pentacles, reversed)
Your gifts and talents in that life was your love for the people around you. You always gave them the best you could, because you worked hard to obtain what you had and you loved to share it with your people. (King of Pentacles, reversed)
Your curses and issues in that life were your habits of conflict, argument, and doubt. Since the rest of the cards depict you as getting along quite well with the people around you, I think you must've had a lot of debate within yourself. (5 of Wands, reversed)
At the time of your death, you had many people who wanted to help you. You were loved by many, and it may have seemed overwhelming at first, but you learned to accept their care with gratitude. (6 of Pentacles, reversed)
Your unfinished business in that life was a heavy burden, but it is unclear to me. I'm guessing that it got passed on to your successor. (10 of Wands, reversed)
A curse that you may need to break from that past life is that of your love for victory. Celebrate your achievements, but don't let them consume you. Just be wary as coming off to others as big-headed. (6 of Wands)
A Life lesson that you can learn from that past life is that of acknowledging and coping with your emotions. It's okay to feel upset sometimes, but it's very important to NOT let it take over. Instead, use sadness and anger as motivation to improve your life. (3 of Swords, reversed)
Side note: I kept having strong visualizations of you in a medieval-period life. You may have been born into a royal family, and I think you had red hair. I kept getting a very "Scotland" feel about it, think "Braveheart". Does any of this sound familiar or reasonable to you? Let me know.
Thanks for requesting a reading, I always enjoy doing them. I hope I was of some help!