The Three of Wands warns you that it can’t always be your way or the highway when trying to achieve your goals and dreams.
Sometimes it is necessary to negotiate and work with others to accomplish tasks.
The Hanged Man reminds us to surrender to the universe and what it has in store for us.
This doesn’t mean to give up and stop trying, but it does mean to stop forcing our will onto situations.
The Three of Pentacles reminds us to focus on what we’re doing, take pride in it, and even find the joy in the process.
They say when we enjoy what we do, we never work a day in our lives.
The Knight of Pentacles encourages you to remain earnest in your endeavors.
People are sensitive to the energy you put into your efforts, whether they realize it or not, and respond to it accordingly.
The Two of Cups reminds us that human connection is lost when our hearts are not open to each other.
It is only when we are willing to be our authentic selves that we find the trust and understanding we need.
The Six of Swords asks us to seek peace and release expectations when things do not go as planned.
We are never responsible for the outcomes in life. We are only responsible for the effort we have put in.
The Tower urges you to declutter from your life what it is that isn’t helping you to grow as a person.
Examine your home, your routines, your health, your social circles – everything.
The Six of Wands tells us to celebrate all of life’s victories, regardless of how big or small they may be.
A milestone is still a milestone, and it doesn’t matter if others don’t appreciate it. You need to.
The Judgement reminds you that your purpose, your “why”, the very reason for your being calls you to act each and every day within the fiber of your being.
What are you called to do?
The Five of Swords warns us to be aware of what truly drives our behaviors during conflicts.
We should always be striving to understand, solve problems, and reaching a compromise.