The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Magician as the tarot card for the week of 4-10-16, this could be the week that your innate capabilities will be noticed and that a new career direction or opportunity is on the horizon. You may receive assistance from someone who is able to help you make necessary choices. Now is the time to reflect on the obstacles that you believe may have been holding you back and realize that you can conquer anything. Tapping into your intuition will infuse you with much needed energy and rejuvenation. Watch out for manipulative individuals who might be trying to exploit you or blame you for something. Also be mindful of your own abuse of power — it could point others in the wrong direction or cloud their decision making. This is definitely the week to check your attitude, have faith in yourself and make sure that you are applying all the necessary skills you need. Otherwise, you might be setting yourself up for failure.
MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 1
The Magician card represents success, achievement and manifesting. It is a good omen. He is able to communicate the powers and gifts the universe has to offer. This is a sign to tap into your intuition. The Magician is self-aware and not afraid to act. His great strength gives him the freedom to make choices. He makes things happen and is in control as if by magic. This indicates somebody with great skills, be it yourself or perhaps another individual. This is also a sign that you need to take control of your life. Don’t tolerate those who might have abused you in the past. Dilemmas arise with choice — should he act morally or forsake ethics for personal gain? Depending on the chosen path, he might represent great strife going forward.
In the reversed position, the Magician card can signify weakness, insecurity and a lack of imagination and creativity. You may be becoming manipulative at the expense of others. This is a time to look at your own attitude and motivations. Have you been manipulative? Are you applying yourself to the best of your abilities?
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With the Strength card as the tarot card for the week of 9-30-12, is this the week to bury the hatchet and reconcile with a loved one? This is also the time to tap into your inner strength and determination to overcome obstacles that may be in your way. Remember, faith and moral convictions makes you strong and compassionate. Beware of you or someone near to you becoming overly aggressive, intolerant, overbearing and domineering. Since the Strength card is the number 8, it is a representation of power. However, this power must be used with good intention. At the end of the week, you decide if the Strength card fell in the upright or reversed position for you.
MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 8
ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: LEO, NEPTUNE, MARS
UPRIGHT: The Strength card, Major Arcana, denotes an inner power and energy, mastery of will and development of inner might. This positive card reminds you to have faith in yourself. Through mastering emotions and learning from both success and failure, the card represents a person who has reached a place where they are influential, without applying physical force, are able to weather the roughest of storms and are not likely to abandon the less fortunate. It also denotes an enormous capacity for forgiveness and compassion. This card is not as much about winning as it is about overcoming hardship and using well-crafted persuasion to bring others to your side. This card can also indicate that you may reconcile with a loved one if you can alter your attitude. Kindness and love will show you how.
In the reversed position, the Strength card signifies possible set-backs, self-doubt, weakness, alienation, misuse of power, disharmony, pettiness and fear of the unknown. It can represent a person who victimizes others, which leads to isolation and discord. Abusing your authority will have negative effects on others and they will harbor resentment toward you. You can be intimidating and overbearing. On the other hand, the card can represent someone who is lacking in confidence and who might be needy of others to a fault. You might also be overtaken by narcissism, physical desires and envy. In relationships, you may be feeling inadequate or insecure. You may be wondering if your partner’s feelings for you are as strong as yours. It may also indicate that someone in your life may be obstinate and overbearing.
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