The Chariot reminds us that when we have our inner desires clearly focused and in alignment with our actions, we become an unstoppable driving force with our goals.
The Five of Wands cautions you to keep your defenses in check during a conflict.
Is it really the person you’re speaking to that has you upset or are you being triggered by something that’s unearthing the past?
The Hanged Man cautions you that a great life isn’t for the faint of heart.
One must trust and believe in the universe in order to achieve greatness.
Otherwise, accept ordinary.
The Four of Swords reminds us that proper rest is one of the best gifts that we can ever give to ourselves.
It allows us to restore, recover, repair, and prevent burn out.
The Eight of Cups urges you to recognize when it’s time to let go and move on.
Know that you have done your best, given it your all, and there isn’t anything else left to do at this point.
The Ace of Swords reminds us we are gifted with a vital mind capable of critical thinking skills to discern the truth for ourselves.
Take the time to dig deeper and seek out the facts before making conclusions.
The Page of Wands encourages you to discover what lights you up and sparks your passions.
What gets your creative juices flowing and makes you feel alive? How can you bring that into your everyday life?
The Knight of Cups warns against getting lost in our emotions.
While it is important to sit with it and feel what we feel, it’s not okay to allow it to take control and run amok in our lives.
The Six of Swords encourages us to let go of and move on from the things that no longer permit us to grow in our lives.
Yes, the transition may be disappointing but it’s necessary for our well-being.
The Six of Cups cautions us not to get too caught up in nostalgia.
While they may be memories of happier times, they are still of the past and are gone now.