The past week has been intense, to put it mildly. Collective anxiety had been at an all-time high across not just in the US but around the world (everyone’s watching). As if to cut across the immense tension, the Tarot urges us to take calm, heart-led steps this coming week. Let’s dive in.
The Hanged Man reversed: This card calls for acceptance and an invitation to look at life a different way. Have you been stuck on a particular issue or viewpoint for eons? Or is your stubbornness holding you back from doing what’s best for you? This is an invite to press pause on what you think “should be” and let things unfold naturally.
The Lovers: While we can’t change the world as individuals, the one thing that can never go wrong is to choose love – such a cliche but it’s true. This week, take a chance on a new friend who “feels right”, a hobby that makes your heart sing, or a job that lights the fire in your belly (not because of the money, but because of a deep belief for the cause). And if you’re in a committed relationship, take the time to reconnect deeply because “when was the last time you properly sat down to talk about your feelings?”.
Last but most importantly, in the spirit of what’s happening around the world, are we able to let go of the “us vs them” mentality? We have the option of seeing what binds us as humans rather than the ideologies that separate us. Let love lead the way.
King of Coins: This King is here to show you that grounded sensibility is needed right now in work and within the community. You don’t have to jazz up every presentation or talk louder than everyone else to be noticed – be the voice of reason and prudence for those you lead or influence.
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