It can mean “go for it!” But it can also mean unforeseen circumstances and delays. Either way, it’s an opportunity to ground yourself. We can’t control certain aspects of life, but we can control our reactions to them.
I’ve chosen Karamo Brown for his confidence, and ability to zero in on people’s unique skills. I love how the Queer Eyes aren’t about making everyone the same, they’re about making people the best version of themselves.
Doing a proper deep dive is really good for cultivating a sense of self-worth. But zoning out and binge-watching makeover shows hits that same button temporarily.
In the RWS Tarot deck, the Strength card features a woman taming a lion. But she isn’t taming the lion with a whip or a flaming hoop. She is taming the lion with empathy. How did you react the last time someone was angry with you? Did you meet that anger with more anger? And how did that go?
I’ve chosen Elle Woods for her plucky confidence, and the wisdom of her innocence. Curious to know more? Here’s a little video for your entertainment.
You’ve started an adventure. You’ve amassed some tools and knowledge, and you’ve ascended to the next level. Now what? It’s about maintaining a balance between being an authority (Chariots are for royalty after all) and a humble student.
Being in a loving relationship with a cute house, a nice dog and a few cucumbers growing out back is a beautiful, beautiful thing. But if you don’t know who you are without all that? In the words of Oda Mae Brown, “you in danger girl.”
The word of the day is perspective. That’s what I hear most often. Tarot gives you a bird’s eye view of where you’re at, where you want to be, and the steps to take to get there.
In this case we’re looking at flower child energy versus corporate stooge energy, the latter being our Hierophant.
Being on the receiving end of this energy can be as frustrating as it is beautiful. If I could skip ahead a few years and see the outcome of my decisions, I’d like to think I would steer myself away from danger and toward untold riches. But that’s not how life works.