The Five of Wands urges us to remain calm and level headed during conflict.
Remember, the universe wants to see us learn, grow, and develop from the challenges we face.
The Emperor reminds us to be mindful of the amount of structure in our lives.
Too much, and we have no room to move or breathe. Not enough, and we lack the proper support needed for direction and growth.
Queen of Swords asks us to be aware of and to honor the perception of others since it’s the ability to interpret the world through our five senses.
As they say, the customer’s perception is your reality.
Death reminds us that the old version of ourselves must die in order for the new version to be born.
Like the phoenix, our psyche is capable of transformative rebirth.
The Queen of Pentacles reminds us that the ability to nurture and support those we care about.
We cannot expect others to keep filling our cups if we don’t return the favor.
The King of Wands urges us to stand firm with our convictions.
Others may not believe in the vision you hold but you do, so work for it.
The Devil reminds us that all things come with a price and you can either pay it now or you can pay it later with interest.
Always be mindful of what you’re doing and why.
The Seven of Pentacles reminds us to take stock of what we have and express gratitude, even in hard times.
Don’t allow a scarcity mindset chase away what you need.
The Nine of Pentacles urges us to take the time to relax and rest easy once in awhile.
What is the point in working for a great life if we never give ourselves the chance to enjoy it?
Hathor reminds us that blessings cannot enter our lives unless we are open to receive them.
A closed heart has no room for the gift of love.