If you can create something in your heart and then act on it to make it happen, that is magic.
Below are three cards from the Rider Waite Tarot Deck. Close your eyes and think about an area of your life where you need guidance or clarity. When you are ready, open your eyes and notice the number of the first card you are drawn to.
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Page of Wands
Messenger, New Insight, Confidence
When this Page appears it indicates that you are planning on starting something new, and are entering a new phase in your life. You are thinking about what course of action to take and it may also involve travel. Whatever it is you are planning, has you embroiled in the enthusiasm and excitement that comes with this. The Pages are the messenger of the tarot and his presence suggests an exciting opportunity is coming up for you, one which will fully allow you to express your innate creative talents.
This is a big step for you to take and may involve you being consumed with some sort of fear or doubts. However, somewhere a spark of fire within your creative energy has been ignited in you, and once you make solid plans, you could be on the brink of the biggest adventure of your life. Know that you have the courage, determination and power within you to do it, and it could possibly change your whole life for the better.
Affirmation: I am not afraid of adventure. I am not afraid of the quest. I am motivated to succeed.
Nine of Swords
Guilt, Anxiety, Worry
You believe you are heavily burdened when the Nine of Swords appears, but fear not. It’s possible that you think things are worse than they really are. This card represent the dark night of the soul and tells a vivid story of an issue causing you anxiety or even loss of sleep. You may not be able to face elements of your situation, what you should do or know what is expected of you. With the very nature of a Nine, this card may be showing the return of an issue from your past.
Your mind is going round in circles, endlessly going over what ‘could’ happen. Remember the monkey mind will turn molehills into mountains if you let it run loose. Break each problem or issue down one by one otherwise you will quickly become consumed with too much to do. Communication is vital here as you may need to express your feelings to an outside source, such as a friend. This may not solve all the problems but it releases steam from the pressure cooker. You can save yourself from any situation life throws at you but you must make the first move.
Affirmation: I let go of all sorrow and she’s my tears to sanctify my conscience. I embrace the light.
Four of Swords
Contemplation, Forgiveness, Emotions
In your present state you maybe don’t want to deal with something in your life. It could be a loss in your life which you still haven’t come to terms with or you may simply need to find your stability again. This card appears because you need to step back and distance yourself the business of your life. By doing this you can gather your thoughts and gain some perspective. It is important to take time out and soon. It will put you in a much better position to deal with your problems and will allow you to nourish yourself. You need to find peace and quiet and the sooner the better.
If you feel you are coping right now then this card suggests that you are either close to the edge and if you do not take the required action to take a break then it may very be forced upon you, or, someone you know very well is showing that they are doing better than they actually are. The truth is they feel powerless and confused and they can’t articulate it to others. No matter what the issue is, recovery is always possible. Deal with the important issue and you will find that the surrounding ones will dissolve and vanish as a result.
Affirmation: With my prayers I summon health and happiness into my life. I do not worry about what I cannot change.
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