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Happy new year! Are you ready to create the best year ever? Whether it’s manifesting your biggest dreams and goals, or living your most authentic life, you’ll want to look out for these top 10 Tarot cards in your next reading. Start the new year in a BIG way!
So let’s go – here are my top 10 Tarot cards for the New Year.
Fool – What better way to start the new year than with the Fool. The Fool is ready to leave behind the previous year in order to step out into the new year with carefree abandon. He is not worried about his past limitations or beliefs – he simply focuses on the here and now, excited to see where it may lead.
Ace of Wands – The Ace of Wands is the seed of inspiration you may experience at the beginning of the new year, as you set your intentions and start your new creative projects. Capture this energy and carry it with you throughout the year so that you’ll live an inspired, passionate life.
Chariot – The start of the year is synonymous with setting new year’s resolutions. If you’re going to successfully accomplish those resolutions, you’ll need willpower, self-discipline, grit and determination – everything that is embodied in the Chariot. Will you get distracted along the way? Yes! But don’t let that steer you off-course. Stay focused on your goals and you will achieve them.
Death – Change is as good as a holiday, so embrace the energy of the Death card and proactively create change and transformation in your life this new year. What old habits, belief systems or baggage can you clear away as you start the new year? What new aspects of yourself can you embrace? Create the space for a new you to become fully actualised this year.
Magician – The new year is the perfect time to start manifesting your goals and dreams and with the Magician’s manifestation energy by your side, you’ll be unstoppable! Use the start of the year as an opportunity to set your intentions and gather your resources so that you can turn those dreams into reality. It is all within reach – you simply need to pull it all together and make it happen.
Page of Swords – Get a bit of adventure and intellectual stimulation into your new year! Harness the energy of the Page of Swords this new year and you’ll find yourself wanting to learn new things, explore new territories and start in a completely new direction. Be curious and be adventurous!
Eight of Wands – While the Eight of Wands is traditionally a card of travel, it’s also a card of movement and progress. So this new year, get that energy moving forward and hit the ground running. There’s no stopping you with the Eight of Wands behind you, pushing you forward with your big plans!
Two of Wands – Speaking of big plans, the Two of Wands is about dreaming big and seeing what’s truly possible for you this year, then planning your path forward. Be ready to step outside of your comfort zone and put those big plans into action.
Sun – Want to get the year off to an amazing start? Make this your best year yet by embracing the energy of the Sun and cultivating abundance, positivity, and fulfilment in your life. Don’t get bogged down in all of the details or ‘heaviness’ of responsibility. Instead, lighten up and have fun!
Wheel of Fortune – As you begin the new year, you may become more consciously aware of the continuous cycles in your life. The Wheel of Fortune serves as a reminder to honour these cycles by closing out the previous year and welcoming in the new year. Practice seasonal rituals to acknowledge these cycles and find yourself in the natural flow of the new year.
What Tarot cards do you associate with the New Year? Leave your comments below.
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