Choose A Tarot Card – One, Two or Three
Hey Gorgeous Soul,
Here’s a quick little uplift Tarot reading for you. Use your intuition to choose one of three Tarot cards by looking at their backs. Take a few deep breaths to relax and clear your mind. Then, focus on your question or intention for the reading.
As you look at the card back, pay attention to any that stand out. Pick the card that catches your eye. Trust your psychic intuition and allow it to guide you to the right card for your reading.
Scroll down to see the answer to your question or intention.
Tarot Card One – The Fool
The Fool Tarot Card symbolizes new beginnings, optimism, and embracing the unknown. Is it time for a daring move? Your inner adventurer is stirring.
The Fool is a card of transition and transformation, inviting us to take bold action and take risks. We are reminded to stay open to new possibilities and make decisions aligned with our highest purpose.
The Fool tarot card is an inspiring message about the power of new beginnings and the courage to take risks. It encourages us to step into the unknown with faith and trust and embrace life’s journey with a playful, open spirit. What are you waiting for?
Tarot Card Two – The Magician
The Magician in the Tarot is a symbol of the power of manifestation. It’s a reminder that we all can create our reality through our thoughts, words, and actions. This Magician symbolizes the ability to take the initiative and use our mental and physical resources to manifest our desires and goals.
Do you believe it is possible? Do you know you have the power to manifest what you need and desire? The Magician says you can, and all the tools you need are right in front of you. You possess more magic than you could possibly know.
The Magician represents a connection to your divine wisdom and the power of the Universe that moves through you. Trust your instincts and take advantage of the opportunities right before you.
Tarot Card Three – The Emperor
The Emperor tarot card is a powerful representation of the importance of structure, self-control, and authority. It reminds us to take command of our lives and govern ourselves with loving discipline.
This card can represent a need to take responsibility for our actions and to be proud of our accomplishments. It encourages us to be mindful of our relationships with others and to use our power for good. While also setting firm boundaries and knowing that no one has any right to control us.
We have a profound responsibility to what relationships, contracts and boundaries we agree to. When we understand the message of the Emperor, it can be the instrument that sets us free. You are here to rule your universe.
If someone is too controlling of you, it might be time to stand your ground.
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