The Three of Swords reminds us that even though it may cut us to the core when things don’t go as anticipated, we are still able to repair the gears and continue on with life.
A couple of set backs here and there are not the end of the world, despite how it may feel.
The Eight of Cups encourages us to delve into the unknown, leaving behind that which no longer serves us, to reach what we truly desire.
There comes a point where we must break free from the things that holds us back from moving forward in life.
Welcome to Exploring Emotions with Tarot! This week we will be exploring the Four of Pentacles and how it can be used as a prompt or brainstorming in our writing as well as a means to explore our own emotions when we need to. Continue reading “Exploring Emotions with Four of Pentacles”
The Wheel of Fortune here shows that we are the masters of our own fate.
We each spin the wheel of karma for ourselves through our actions. The universe responds in kind. It really is that simple.
The Queen of Swords reminds us that while it is important to learn from our past, we need to guard against becoming bitter and jaded from it.
We need to heal the wounds from our past so we may enjoy the present and build a better future.
Justice cautions us to balance our intentions with wisdom.
Look carefully at the truth before making your decisions. Just because your heart is in the right place doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do.
In this coming week’s wellness tarot challenge, you are asked to overcome the need to rush into things and trust the universe as you make choices in your life. Read on for details!
The Five of Pentacles assures us that we are not alone in this world.
Whenever we find ourselves in a scarcity mindset, that is the time to reach out to others for support and to give support in whatever way we are able.
The Three of Wands encourages us to explore the possibilities of the goals we have chosen and set in motion.
Now that you know what you want, what do you need to do to achieve it?
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