Aeracura encourages us to embrace the gradual process of blossoming.
This doesn’t occur overnight, so have patience as parts of yourself begin to unfold and shine through for all to see.
The Six of Swords reminds us that even when we feel down and out, this too shall pass.
All things eventually run their course in due time. We just need to see it through.
The Chariot reminds us that self-control is the name of the game here.
Two opposing forces pulls the cart and it’s your job to bring them into alignment so that you can move forward in a straight line.
The Fool reminds us of the Latin proverb, “Fortune favors the bold.”
Follow your heart and your dreams. True failure only comes to those who have never tried.
The World reminds us that it’s not just about us feeling complete and integrated, but also helping those around us to feel this way as well.
It is our duty as fellow humans to serve as a mediator in this capacity.
The Star encourages us to open up our heart spaces and allow ourselves to shine brightly.
We do this by being generous and authentic with our emotions to those around us.
The Hanged Man reminds us to look at things from a different angle when things become frustrating.
Our perspective isn’t the only one that exists in the world and it isn’t the only one that is correct either.
Death reminds us that nothing in life is truly an ending, but rather a beginning.
Like the phoenix here, we have the opportunity to be reborn and start anew.
The Two of Wands reminds us the value of making choices and planning ahead.
It doesn’t matter which path you choose in life so long as it a choice you make for you and plan accordingly.
The King of Cups reminds us that while control of one’s emotions is important, it shouldn’t be to the point that one becomes inaccessible to others.
Doing so only crushes the hearts of others.