Category: Tarot Cards Written by kOri Woo Views: 907
Clarity finds us today, infusing us with joy, reminding us of how freedom feels, altering our outlooks, & propelling us forward. Happy Fridizzle, Byzzles
Conscious: The Sun
Advice: 2 of Swords (reversed)
A great rising, guaranteed is suggested by the daily tarot for July’s end. Our faith in our ability to face changes outside and to initiate some within brings us out of any fog or confusion experienced of late. For some, a necessary moment of pause & contemplation ends today and the best path toward future successes appears before us. Optimism plays a large part in whether or not we experience the full benefit of the energy available to us.
Unconsciously, many of us are experiencing major transformations some of which feature losses or endingd. Allow this There are parts of us that, though at times comforting or familiar, do not ultimately serve our best interests. The time is now for opening to change. Continuing to engage environments or behaviors that affect our will & relationships where reciprocity is lacking or codependency is normalized hinders growth. Today, we are called to courageously face the resistant part of ourselves and cut through any illusion that makes stagnacy appear as a solution to pain.
I hope today, we all welcome and find joy in release.
Author: kOri Woo (AstreauxBytch)
ॐ Namasté - Blessings!
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What Is Tarot Astrology? Open or Close
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- The Tarot Open or Close
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Teacher: Peter Phalam
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- Tarot Card Meanings (A Quick Reference Guide) Open or Close
A quick list of tarot card meanings.
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- Daily Tarot: August 6, 2020 Open or Close
Deck: Thoth Tarot by Aleister Crowley
Conscious: 6 of Cups
Unconscious:Princess (Page) of Cups
Advice: Knight (King) of Disks
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Unconscious: The Hanged Man
Advice: The Hermit
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