The Queen of Wands reminds us that our social circles are like gardens in need of cultivation and nurturing.
The relationships we attend to will thrive and grow while those we don’t will whither and fall away.
The Three of Wands urges us to be mindful of how we are bringing our plans into action.
A goal without a plan is just a dream. A plan without action remains a dream.
Justice reminds us that actions have consequences – good, bad, or otherwise.
Everything we do has a price that comes with it. Good intentions alone is not enough. The impact we have is also measured.
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The Four of Wands reminds us that those that are nearest and dearest to us is what builds the backbone of who we are.
Who are you spending the most time with and spending your energy on?
The Ten of Swords reminds us that even in our darkest hour that this too shall pass.
Eventually the dawn will break through and we will see the light again.
The Nine of Cups reminds us that even though we might not have everything we want just yet, we still have something to be deeply grateful for.
Take the time to appreciate what you have as you strive for better along the way.
The Sun encourages us to return to and enjoy the activities that restore our vitality.
What makes you feel invigorated when you do it or participate in it?
The Six of Cups calls us to tap into the simplicity of our inner child.
We don’t need to make everything in our lives complicated. Sometimes it can be as straightforward as a hug.
Death reminds us that the old must give way to the new for growth and development cannot occur otherwise.
Allow yourself to mourn if you must, but know that this season shall pass.