Sasuraibito Tarot We are nearing the end of the numbered cards now, so it's kind of crunch time for your project or whatever situation you're reading for. Some of these cards are pretty intense, and I especially like the imagery from the deck above, The Sasuraibito Tarot. Card eight of the Major Arcana was Strength, … Continue reading Eight: You Can Do It!
Rider-Waite-Smith Borderless According to Biddy Tarot, the number seven means reflection, assessment, and knowledge. Take a look at these cards and notice if you can see those ideas playing out. The Seven of Pentacles has a man looking like he is reflecting on some work he's done. The Seven of Cups depicts someone assessing various … Continue reading Seven: Mindful Decisions
Sasuraibito Tarot Previously, we looked at dealing with setbacks. In any journey, there are challenges and successes. With the number six, we will see how your course can change, how sometimes big decisions have to be made. Six of Wands: This card depicts some kind of a victory. It's about being recognised by other people … Continue reading Six: Moving On
Modern Witch Tarot So far on this Minor Arcana journey, we have conceived of and set out on a new journey, a new project, maybe a new relationship. So far we have had success, but then the inevitable setback occurs. It's okay to be disappointed when this happens. The Fives are difficult. It's common to … Continue reading Five: Dealing With Setbacks
Rider-Waite-Smith Borderless In the Major Arcana, the card numbered 4 is The Emperor. The Emperor represents structure, stability and leadership. It also represents having good boundaries and being able to stick up for yourself. When we look at the Four of Cups and the Four of Pentacles we can see that kind of imagery quite … Continue reading Four: Breathing Space
Top left: This Might Hurt, Top right: Sasuraibito, Bottom left: Star Spinner, Bottom right: Modern Witch When you pull a Three in your tarot reading, it's really asking you to open up and invite other people into your life. It's all about community, groups, and about learning to grow and develop your creativity. As John … Continue reading Three: Community and Growth
Taijitu A taijitu, commonly known as the yin and yang symbol portrays two opposing forces held in balance. You can see in the dark half, there is a little light, and in the light part, there is a little dark. It shows how everything is connected, and that differences are only surface deep. This symbol … Continue reading Two: Yin and Yang