TarotHunter’s Silver Bullets:

  • Change is inevitable but there are ways to maintain your equilibrium during transitions. Even if you stumble, don’t let it stop you from trying again.
  • Things are well-balanced in your life right now. You have learned how to listen to your inner music and still meet outer expectations and responsibilities. Just remember things change; the wheel turns. Don’t let these changes throw you off course.
  • You know what you want to manifest in your life; know the dreams you want to become reality. It will require a delicate partnership between you and others in your life as well as between what needs to be done and what you’d like to do. It will take a slow steady walk, not a sprint, to achieve those goals.

TarotHunter’s Salt Rounds:

  • You may not be sure what you’re seeking, where you want to focus your energies, but closing off your heart isn’t helping.
  • Try combining your creative energies and your heart & soul. Right now you’re treating them as separate; looking in two different directions. Try looking within and consolidating, merging these two facets of your life.
  • You are frustrated in finding a focus for your creative juices. In your heart you fear you’re not ready to move on to something new, to start a new path in your life. This fear is the only thing holding you back. Trust yourself and unleash that creative force.

TarotHunter’s Silver Bullets:

  • Focus your creative energies and consider what you’ve already achieved in your life before moving onto a new path.
  • Revisit past passions to find new inspiration. Let who you were guide who you may become.
  • Are your accomplishments becoming more of a burden than a reward? Maybe it’s time to strip back to your bare bones and explore who you were and how these achievements serve you now.

TarotHunter’s Salt Rounds:

  • Buried deep within is the seed of financial success and physical comfort. To explore and enhance it requires a melding of personal needs and external requirements, of internal motivations and external goals. Accomplishing this may be easier said than done.
  • The hope and potential for new growth remains hidden. In order to manifest, you need to tend it and nurture it while not losing sight of your other needs.
  • Forging the various elements of your life and personality may seem overwhelming but remember that even when a seed is sprouting the result are not apparent immediately. Be patient, care for yourself and tend your inner garden and you may reap more than anticipated.

TarotHunter’s Silver Bullets:

  • Working hard can produce many benefits but it can also leave you feeling isolated and out in the cold. Working and making money are not the only important things in life.
  • The flip side of that is the unfortunate truth that working hard will not always guarantee financial security. How many hard-working folks have you met that lost job through no fault of their own? Sometimes reality is a bitch and others may need our support.
  • Stop staring down at your own feet! Look around and face reality. Dedication to your job won’t protect you from unemployment. If you lose your job then a network of connections and resources may be what helps you get through it. Make sure you cultivate and nurture these resources before it’s too late.

TarotHunter’s Salt Rounds:

  • You have found a new love, a new bliss to pursue but it might require you to walk away from what you’ve built in your life so far.
  • Gathering one’s resources can be a good idea but not if clinging to them blocks you from a new relationship or finding a new source of joy in your life.
  • You’re bursting with happiness and excitement at the possibilities around you. Stop letting practical concerns and past endeavors hold you back.

TarotHunter’s Silver Bullets:

  • Dipping your toe into new waters can change your perspective on the possibilities and potential around you.
  • Caution before plunging ahead into something completely different and unexpected is usually a good idea. However, don’t let caution turn into paralysis.
  • Blending the old and the new, necessity and passion, can provide a more holistic and balanced approach to life. Achieving this balancing requires turning your preconceived notions on their head and seeing things from a different angle.

Mansions of the Moon Wheel of Fortune

Mansions of the Moon Wheel of Fortune

Mansions of the Moon Tarot
ZADOK (dahogue@nctc.net)
Self-Published

The Author says: Daily living affecting our bodies.

TarotBroad’s Buzz: This image is somewhat chaotic and confusing. At first my eye didn’t know where to focus. But once my eye was able to discern the different images it became a bit easier. The card reminds me of the need to center ourselves and not lose our focus – no matter how busy and crazy life becomes. There is so much going on around this figure that it would be easy for him to lose his center, but he seems to be resisting the temptation. The message of this Wheel of Fortune seems to be that we can accept that things change and life’s cycles continue with or without our consent. We can’t stop the progression of time and change. But what we can do is not allow it to become the focus of our existence. We can ride out the cycles and maintain our equilibrium. It may not be easy but it can be accomplished. It is about centering ourselves and focusing inward, not losing ourselves in the chaos that spins around us. Something about this card reminds me of a line from the song Across the Universe by George Harrison “nothing’s gonna change my world”. If we can accept that the nature of life is change and that we will experience cycles of ups and downs, then we can achieve this state. Because while the external factors in our lives may change – where we live, our jobs, relationships, we don’t have to change who we are inside.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers:

%d bloggers like this: