With the Tarot 5 of Cups comes lessons of grief and sorrow. There are times when we must look around and accept that things have not turned out as we hoped or expected… A love relationship ended. You realise you are stuck in a dead-end job. You got evicted. Your dog died. You got a diagnosis which changed your life expectancy…
Find the grace and the divine inspiration in the quarrelsome Tarot 5 of Wands!
The Tarot 5 of Pentacles is often seen as a card of poverty and disease… So let’s take a look at what divine grace and inspiration can be invoked via this card!
The Tarot 4 of Pentacles inspires to keep our foundation and boundaries strong so that we are better able to help others.
Set your route planner and fasten your seat belt – things are about to speed up when the 8 of Wands shows up!
The 9 of Sword blesses us with the understanding that to calm the mind and to master worrying thoughts is the key to health and happiness.
The 2 of Swords is a card of great paradox. Learn what it means and untie the Gordian knot.
Are you excited abut your growth, professional development and working together with others in order to make your vision come alive? If not, you need a dose of the good old 3 of Pentacles.
It is time to consider the role of family and your bloodline when the 10 of Pentacles shows up…
A card of personal power, the 2 of Wands (Mars in Aries) highlights third chakra issues…