The Six of Pentacles encourages you to give generously so long as you have the extra to give.
You can’t take any of it with you when you die anyway, so why worry about it?
The Five of Pentacles urges us to not turn away from each other.
Open up, reach out, share, and give what you can when you can. Do not be alone. Allow others to know they are not alone.
The Five of Wands warns against the ego’s need to compete, show off, and win.
There are not many types of relationships where this sort of behavior breeds goodwill.
The Two of Wands remind us that not every moment in life is one for action.
Sometimes we need to pause and deeply consider our next move before forging ahead.
The Chariot cautions you to reign in and align all opposing energies within you in order to truly move forward.
As long as you are at war inside yourself, you won’t have the reserves for progress.
The Queen of Wands warns us that without the effort and warmth of compassion, empathy, and love our relationships with others will wilt and wither away.
It is the ones we nurture that will flourish.
The Five of Swords cautions you to choose your battles wisely.
Even if you’re right, not everything needs to be argued and silence doesn’t equal agreement.
The Ace of Swords asserts that you have been gifted with a good mind, capable of independent thought and self awareness.
You have the capacity to discern your truth and make your own decisions.
The King of Cups urges you to become comfortable sitting with your emotions and allowing them to flow through you, yet not control you.
When you can do this, you have greater mastery of the self.
The World reminds us that everything begins and ends with integration.
We are all connected and inter-dependent upon each other.