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Pagan Otherworlds Tarot, published September 2016 by Uusi Design Studio
Happy birthday, Aries! I’m honored to get to do the Aries reading for our season. I only pulled three cards for us, but they’re all heavy majors, so let’s take them one by one.
It’s fitting that the Emperor would show up since this is the archetype ruled by Aries. The Emperor can be a difficult energy for people to work with. This makes sense because the archetype is often associated with things like patriarchy and violence and brutish masculinity. But I like to take a different stance when working with the Emperor because I think the archetype is often deeper than we give it credit for. For me, the Emperor is about taking up space. The Emperor never asks for permission, and never questions their size. When I pull this card, it’s a reminder that I can be as vast and expansive as I choose to be. Aries folks are known for their supersized confidence, and the Emperor is inviting you to sink deep into that confidence this month. Be comfortable in your power. Know your worth. Never apologize for the size of your body or your brain or your voice.
The Wheel of Fortune is here to remind us that we are shifting into our time, my Aries friends! Winter is long and dark and deep, but spring is here now and does not dream of death. The Wheel of Fortune offers simple medicine here: enjoy this shift into spring. You’ve done the deep internal work of winter, and it’s time to lift yourself into a brighter, more physical place. Aries is the baby of the zodiac, and because of that, Aries folks can embody a truly infectious joy. You are so good at celebrating, Aries, so do it! Connect with your body. Go outside. Sync with the aliveness of spring and feel more alive yourself.
The World wraps up this reading with gentle joy. Winter can be difficult for Aries. It’s dark and cold, and it’s often a time of deep hibernation and deep internal work. This is necessary for everyone, but I think that fire signs like Aries can have more difficulty with this than others. Because of this, the World is a comfort. This is a big archetype, and it’s one with vast and cosmic meanings. But it’s not always so complicated because, at its root, the World is about coming home. Aries, your home is spring. It’s blooming flowers and budding trees and mating animals and clear bright sunshine. This is your season, and it’s going to feel so good.
[Tweet “#Aries, winter always feels long, but spring is here now… revel in it! @meadow__queen”]
Brittany is a Manhattan-based tarot reader and witch. She’s interested in the intersections of folklore, traditional witchcraft, and tarot. Her ideas on tarot blend a respect for the past with a desire to bring the archetypes into the present day, keeping them relevant and inclusive. You can read her writing at meadowqueen.com, and find her on Twitter and Instagram.
Sacred India Tarot by Rohit Arya, Yogi Impressions
Let’s be real, Taurus. Aries season is one hell of a hot start. Compared to your placid nature, Aries provides the catalyst in bringing forth changes and taking risks. With this season, there might be some rough moments. That’s not to say you won’t survive. Instead, there’s plenty of learning lessons to experience along the way, while making the adjustments for a better life for yourself and your relationships with others.
The Eight of Discs (Pentacles) will be a focal point during Aries season as you’re picking up the pieces after dreamy Pisces season. Your mind is focused on getting your priorities straight. One thing to keep in mind is the Sanskrit word Slistatva (translation for skillful application of learning). It’s a severe feeling in which one must consider how can we utilize our limited resources during the pursuit of knowledge, whether if it’s on education or spiritual level. You may be looked upon with keen observation. However, keep in mind that one of the lessons you can take upon is knowing when to utilize your newfound information in tricky situations and when to hold back and remain humble during your journey.
The Five of Lotuses (Cups) offers some insight as to how you’re coping emotionally during Aries season. As such, you may be feeling the need to go on your soapbox and express your discontentment with your surroundings. I get the sense of a karmic loss. Maybe there were some points in the last zodiac season you haven’t come to terms with and as a result, you’re experiencing an impacted blow towards your ego. What more frustrating than to see a Taurus feeling like there’s a loss of confidence, only because one did not take the time to adopt the change and relied on its stubbornness aspect. Suffering from an emotional injury doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world. It’s just a healthy reminder that there are some kinks to be worked out and the fog has been cleared, after sitting in a murky illusion.
Justice provides the sense of relief – any karmic actions will be answered. A fair balance is met in the middle. Even if you can’t see it right away, do know that your challenges end with adequate understanding. Nothing in excess. Preferably, this is a time where your communication must be met in a clutter-free manner. Debts will be paid one way or another. Instead of focusing on seeing others get their moments served, look towards to getting your life back together. Some decisions may not be easy to make since you’re looking at a focal point in fairness and with the intention of love. Consider how your role as a nurturer and provider towards your relationships will impact. Are you freely giving away decisions based on merit? Or are you doing it because you’re trying to appease both sides while sacrificing your integrity?
Beloved Taurus, there’s room for growth during Aries season. It’s a matter of how willing you’re able to move past your stubbornness and aligning yourself with the changes without fear of being burned.
[Tweet “Let’s be real, #Taurus. Aries season is one hell of a hot start. @redlotusdesignz”]
Diana is a web designer providing holistic solutions and creating minimalistic websites and designs that cater to small businesses and creatives. Using her background as a professional tarot reader, Diana combines divination and technology to create unique layouts and logo designs.
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Borderless Smith-Waite, U.S. Games Systems, 2017
You’re motivated and ambitious this Aries season, dear Gemini. Your mind is aflame with plans and ideas that will require growth and adventure. Use this energy to lay plans that feel right to you. You have an excellent base to build off of, all earned by your hard work and determination.
You want to move forward and get going, but there’s just something slightly off, and it’s hard to put a finger on it. You’d rather rush ahead and commit to a plan of action, of course, yet you’re finding yourself holding off, maybe even retreating a bit to get a larger perspective on things.
You’re unsure of this next step because it’s big and important. This isn’t an issue of fear – all of these wands show us how much energy you have to offer. It’s not going anywhere. You can lovingly shush the part of yourself that’s concerned about your abilities. You’ve got the skills, and you’ve got the motivation. Yet an essential part of this plan just isn’t clear to you yet. Wisely, you’ve decided to wait until you figure things out. You can do so much, but the questions to ask is, “should I do something just because I can do it?”
This month is a good time to heed your internal messages. You’re onto something here! Take time to think and feel this new path through. Planning for the future is full of unknowns, but you can always remain centered in yourself. The Four of Cups shows you pumping the brakes and taking some time away. At first, this might seem boring in comparison to the bustling, visionary energy of the Two and Three of Wands. But one can only write to-do lists for so long. Opening yourself up to another channel of inspiration and guidance will be very rewarding in the days to come.
The Four of Cups also hints at the nature of your block. There’s an emotional component that hasn’t clicked yet. Is a part of you hesitant to make this change? Do you feel uncomfortable venturing into new territory? This card shows us that you need a little time to feel aligned and at ease in your new adventure-filled role. Care for yourself as you feel this one through.
Indeed, feeling is the operative word here, not acting or thinking. Connect with your body, mind, and instincts and let them guide you forward. The lists have been written and the plans laid out. Once things start, they’ll move quickly. Take this time to ease into alignment before the action starts. It may be the most important and worthwhile part of your process. I have a feeling you’ll be looking back at this time with warmth as you speed forward on your new adventure.
[Tweet “#Gemini, Open yourself up to another channel of inspiration. #tarotscopes by @inctarot”]
Gina Wisotzky is a tarot reader and natural perfumer based in Durham, North Carolina. She offers warm and insightful readings at www.incandescenttarot.com. With fourteen years’ experience reading cards, her goal and passion are connecting others to their inner wisdom through tarot. You connect with her via Twitter @inctarot and Instagram @incandescenttarot.
• Can I let myself just experiment and see what happens without concern for « right » or « permanent »?
Believe once more in the possibility and potential of tomorrow rather than being lost in what has come before.
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Offering Information • Insight • Empowerment • Enlightenment, HiC is a Tarot Conversationalist, Coach, and Ritual & Magic Consultant who has been working with the Tarot for over 16 years. His readings have been described as “a tarot reading, therapy session and life coaching session all in one.” He offers his services using the Tarot combined with healthy doses of numerology and astrology, a splash of i-Ching, a taste of Feng Shui, and practical application. Along with a heaping spoonful of magic and ritual, HiC assists you in crafting what can enhance and manifest your life in the fullest, most beneficial and blessed way possible by discovering practical, useful information that can be used to change your life for the better. HiC’s approach to readings is creating a space that honours the person and allows them to open the door to, ultimately, have a conversation with him- or herself. Find out more about HiC’s offerings and how to contact him for a private session at http://www.tarotbyhic.net.
The Ostara Tarot, Red Feather Publishing, 2017
Strong, Self-Confident Leo,
Holy woo moly—this Aries season is going to be as lively, flamboyant, and powerful as you are. Buckle your seatbelts, because you’re in for one hell of a ride.
First, let’s look at your stars: Mercury moved into Aries on March 6 and will remain there until April 15, giving you a jolt of extra confidence and the brazen ability to speak your truth to as many as are willing to hear it. With Mercury falling into retrograde on March 22, however, it creates the perfect storm for an utter communication breakdown–you may find yourself hurling blunt verbal objects in all directions, enveloping you in a rolling tide of drama and shifting relationship dynamics. Though you’re not one to hold your tongue, you may discover some long-buried resentments that you didn’t know were there, and these epiphanies could spur you to set some serious boundaries or tear down some walls that have kept you from fully blooming into your expression.
You can work with this energy in one of two ways. First, you can let it course through you freely and so become a powerful agent of destruction, laying waste to what no longer works and driving off what hinders or stifles you. If you’d rather have a more balanced experience, you can instead use it as a barometer to help you pinpoint what you’d like to shift. This way, you can temper your reactions so you have a bit more control over how things play out over the next four weeks. Both have their advantages and disadvantages—the choice is ultimately up to you.
Now, let’s take a look at your cards: The World, the Wheel of Fortune, and The Lovers illustrate the perfect progression from macrocosm to microcosm, suggesting that you begin the month with an acute awareness of the power and dynamism of your mass-scale relationships. You may find yourself riding the tide of a cosmic channel—meditation, spiritual practice, and communion with the natural world will feel organic and effortless. Given that Mercury’s in retrograde, this is the perfect time to take a step back and assess the lay of the land. Check in with your goals and take a look at the structures you’re working with, and if anything needs tweaking, go for it. Just be sure to take time to think about the changes you want to make before you make them.
As you move into the middle of the month, you’ll be invited to sharpen your focus as your path takes an unexpected turn—you may experience some turbulence in a relationship or two, and you’ll have to confront the consequences of your bold outspokenness. Know that cosmic forces are working through others as strongly as they’re working through you, and chances are that you’ll find yourself on the receiving end of a tirade or two. If you and your loved ones can navigate and integrate these interactions, everyone will grow stronger and more resolute in their desire to create strong bonds.
As your month rounds out, you’ll have the opportunity to fully enjoy the fruits of your labors. Conflicts that you were able to address and move through will lay the foundation for stronger relationships, and you may find yourself more interpersonally satisfied than you have been in years. As long as you can take this wild energy as an opportunity to grow into an honest, more genuine expression of self (and if you can hold space for others and allow them to do the same), you have the potential to create a harmonious environment in which love and creativity can thrive.
[Tweet “#Leo, ride the tide of a cosmic channel. #tarotscopes by @JessiHuntenburg”]
Jessi Huntenburg is an allusive cardslinger and free-form witch meditating and divining in Philadelphia, PA. She approaches Tarot through the lens of a literary scholar and shadow worker, resulting in readings that are clear, balanced, and cut to the quick of the issue at hand. You can find a host of spiritual musings, tarot narratives, and reading options at her website, www.jessihuntenburg.com.
Slow Holler Tarot, published November 2016, slowholler.com
“You can call it a love song,
You can call it a death rattle,
You can call it a battle cry.”
– Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre
Aries season brings with it the power and will for a fresh start, and you are channeling all of that into your passions this month. You’ve got something big to say, and you shouldn’t shy away from your voice. Aries is a blazing fire, and you’ve got more than enough fire under your wings to take you far.
Now is not the time for dreaming and rest, now is the time for living fully and unapologetically. You have taken the time that you need to heal, to recuperate. The season you’re closing out has been one of intense mental healing, working with your mind through trauma or tragedy. This means that until now, you’ve been tentative in approaching your passions.
What if you get it wrong?
Don’t worry about that this time. You’ve got the whole scope of the World behind you.
The World is a state of both completion and beginning. The World shows how far you’ve come in the last twelve months. You’ve moved through the fires of creation, the waters of intuition, the clarity of air, and the stability of earth, and are ready to fully incorporate your lessons. The World can often be seen as a very simple card, but when I look at this card, I see both completion and potential. You are the seed, and you are also the fruit.
Unbidden, as I stared at your cards the lines from Guante’s poem sprung to my mind. Because this month you will see all of these things. You are the love song – you are finally willing to accept the beauty of your life. You are the death rattle, learning to live with your shadows and to transform them, transmute them, ascend them to higher levels of existence, and not afraid to feel deeper levels of pain. As for the battle cry: You must summon from within your pain and fear the courage to fight for what you believe in.
Aries season isn’t here to play with you. You’ve been putting something off for far too long, and you can’t ignore it. You’ve taken the time to gather the information you need, but now is the time to synthesize everything and bring it together. Whatever is brewing for you, it is related to identities that you have been wary of, but that can be hidden no longer.
You are the battle cry.
Abbie (she/her/hers) has been a practicing witch for almost 15 years, and has been studying and reading tarot for 12. She finds solace in story, and loves to connect one on one with clients. Abbie sees tarot and witchcraft as a way to make our lives better, to bring justice to the every day. She uses magical tools as a way to help people reach within themselves to find a new, beautiful way of being.
Abbie provides tarot readings and sells spell kits at her shop: northernlightswitch.org/shop.
The Numinous Tarot by Noel Arthur Heimpel, 2018
Exciting things are on the horizon for you, Libra—or perhaps beyond it, as you take the Fool’s plunge from the cliff and into uncharted waters below! If you have been standing on the precipice of a new venture, a new relationship (with yourself or others), a new you, now might be the time to trust your gut and step out into the blue. I get the feeling you might be surprised to find yourself here at the edge. Back at the beginning, again? Yep, again. And again, and again.
The good news is, you’re ready for whatever lies ahead. The Mystic of Candles and the Creator of Tomes are a powerfully balanced duo of fire and earth, and balance is something you excel at. Both are patient and enduring; the Mystic of Candles burns with a passion, not like a roaring bonfire, but the intense, slow coals that are left behind. The kind of heat that is used to melt earth and forge it into new tools to cut your life into the shape of your desires. The Creator of Tomes provides the materials for the forge, having already spent weeks or months or years mining precious resources with dedication and purpose. You. Are. Ready.
The question is, for what? What waits for you beneath the waves? What lightning is ready to strike, to catalyze your transformation and bless your newly created tools? This season, delve into the heat of your soul and the earth of your body. Your lungs are the bellows of your forge as you breathe life into the world you’re creating at this cliff’s edge. Plunge your sword into the sea and see what rises with the steam. Don’t be surprised if the result is something you’ve long dreamed of becoming real—behind you is the long road it took to become both Mystic and Creator. As always, it turns out that the end of the road is also the beginning of a new one.
[Tweet “#Libra, “Delve into the heat of your soul.” #tarotscope by @NoelArthurian”]
Noel is a queer, nonbinary Tarot reader, illustrator, and cartoonist who seeks to build an affirming and mystical space for similar souls around the world. Noel is the creator of the forthcoming Numinous Tarot, a gender-neutral, intersectional deck ready to help you explore the furthest reaches of yourself. Compassion, community, and recovery from trauma and oppression are the core elements of all Noel’s work. You can find them most often on Patreon, Twitter , and Instagram. You can also sign up for the Numinous Tarot mailing list here to find out when it’s for sale!
My beautiful, deep feeling Scorpios. We are coming out of such a heavy Pisces season, being greeted by the wonder that is Aries. Perhaps we don’t always know what to do with their raging quick fire passions, but the energy of this reading is bringing us some much-needed support.
Our favorite Death card, yes? Incredibly fitting to remind us that we are shedding another zodiac year, stepping into a new space. What have you learned? What do you still need to sit with? Directly opposite Death, The Hermit tells us there is some internal work, some processing that will need to be done. And remember, this is all boosted by the energetic Aries season, so we can get this shit done. Aries will not let us remain stagnant or let us stay hidden for too long.
Let’s wield our words and wisdom as the Page of Swords, with all readiness and youthful joy that we gained from the lessons and trials we overcame. There will be much wisdom for us to share after we take the time to dissect it and peel back its layers. So much goodness. Where were you this time last year? Did you transform in the ways you wanted to? If not, it’s okay. This is yet another opportunity to do so.
And lastly, our Wheel of Fortune reminds us just to embrace everything Aries season has for us. It’s the beginning, coming swiftly after a needed death, and we can usher in the way for our fellow people. We are intimately familiar with endings and beginnings. As long as we turn inward with the intention of coming out again, refreshed and renewed, we will have a powerful Aries season ahead.
Happy Aries season, you gorgeous Scorpio.
[Tweet “#Scorpio, Let’s wield our words and wisdom. #tarotscopes by ashleystory”]
Ashley Story throws cards, lights candles, burns incense, stares at the Moon a lot and calls this witchcraft. When she is not working her full-time job, she finds time to publish a bimonthly-ish newsletter where she talks about tarot, astrology, coffee shops, magic, and writing.
Rider-Waite deck. First published 1910
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been freezing through these last few winter storms (NYC, USA here). Okay so we’ve had the equinox, and the clocks (northern hemisphere) went forward, and there’s more light in the evening now, but where is the warmth, the heat?
So this spread is kinda-sorta an invoking pentagram of fire spread. Take it in this order:
7 of Pentacles
2 of Cups
9 of Wands
And yes, if you laid out the cards in that sequence in the shape of a five-pointed star, you would have invoked the powers of fire with a pentagram – if that was your intention.
I reckon there is some harmony to be found here. But maybe it’s harmony through conflict…
The Sun and the Moon, the Moon twice, once as the Moon itself and also in the 9 of Wands which is Moon in Sag, show up here. So your feeling nature is indicated, as are your needs, how you find nourishment, what you need to feel secure. But… and … the final card (the one that seals the pentagram) is the Sun, the source of all fire. Light and heat. So it’s also about your solar journey. That which you are most deeply striving to become.
The other planetary presences are Mercury in the Magician, Venus in the 2 of Cups and Saturn in the 7 of Pentacles.
Well, When Mercury and Venus work together, there can be very good timing. And the 2 of cups traditionally signifies a new stage in a relationship – a friendship turns amorous, perhaps. The title of the 7 of Pentacles is ‘The Lord of Dissatisfied Work’ and the title of the 9 of Wands is ‘The Lord of Great Strength.’ Question: have you endured much, and is it now time to mark a turning point? Is there a relationship (maybe even an internal one), or a situation in some department of life that would benefit from a little gentle examination, a little dispassionate assessment with an eye to revitalization, refreshment, restoration?
The energies are there.
[Tweet “#Sagittarius, There is harmony to be found here. #tarotscopes by @mcphillamy”]
Colin McPhillamy has a day-job as an actor. He opens in The Seafarer at The Irish Rep on March 30th if you happen to be anywhere near NYC. Otherwise visit him at mcphillamytarot for astrology/tarot and mcphillamy.com for his actor blog
:Dust II Onyx Tarot: A Melanated Tarot by Courtney Alexander
“Uh, it feel so good When you let go Avoid these drama in your life… Free from all the game Free from all the stress… It’s up to us to choose Whatever we win or loose And I choose to win”
– Lyrics from No More Drama by Mary J. Blige
Capricorn, your affirmation for this month is “I set clear and firm boundaries around taking responsibility for my behavior and management of energy/resources.”
Dear Capricorn, Aries seasons comes with the battle cry for you to face head on the temptations, toxic habits, dependencies and habits that keep stirring up inner and outer conflict and cause you to go to extremes and become in need of rescuing or rescuing others.
First, reflect on the beast that keeps causing your derailment. Is it mismanagement of your precious resources (time, energy, money); pursuing relationships wrought with conflict, harmful tension and unhealthy competition, not having firm boundaries with your time and commitments. So that you stay up too late, drink too much, get stuck in fear, procrastinate, or drop what’s seemingly important to you to help someone else? Second, stop feeding the beast! We don’t want to see your passion wane but would prefer that you harness and focus it so that it serves you instead of wreaking havoc in your life.
Your tarot allies this month are Temptation (The Devil), Five of Staffs (Wands), and Six of Coins (Pentacles).
The issue at hand, Temptation (The Devil), is that you are getting in your own way. Something keeps luring you off track. What drama do you keep getting sucked into that becomes a never-ending distraction? What is it that is causing a derailment or traffic jam in your life? Once you recognize, be ruthless about putting clear boundaries into place – both for yourself and others so that you don’t get lured back into unhealthy habits patterns.
The challenge, the Five of Staffs, is that you are stubborn about whatever conflict that has been presented. You want to do everything yourself because let’s face it; you always know the right and best way to do something. And you don’t trust anyone to do it as good as you. You kind of want what you want the way you want it and are willing to fight to the death for it. Maybe you declare, “I will never conform or give in!” And while that may be true, all the fighting is depleting you and keeping you stuck in perpetual tension. Something has got to give, and you must decide where and how you can come to a creative compromise. You want to make progress, you want to win, but your combat strategy is not working, so it’s time to draft a new one.
The solution, the Six of Coins, is to be more responsible with your precious resources – your time, energy and money. While you may wear your stubbornness as a badge of honor, these times are calling for you to be flexible. Where can you give more? Where can you reach out more? Where do you need to be more open to receiving? Where do you need to give less because someone or something is bleeding your resources?
It’s time to take the reigns and set down some clear boundaries that protect you from going off the rails and sabotaging all that you desire and have worked for. You can do it! Remember, you are a winner.
[Tweet “#Capricorn, It’s time to take the reigns. #tarotscopes by @Embodiedtarot”]
Jennifer has 30 years of mastery working with the tarot and nearly two decades of experience facilitating somatic movement and body wisdom with people of all ages and abilities. She is the creatrix of ArcanaDance, a transformative somatic divination practice that brings the tarot to life through the oracle of the body. Each of us is a living archetype, in ArcanaDance, you access your own wisdom via the intelligence of your body. Jennifer’s goal is to support you in living a more self-aware and self-determined present and future. While she hails from the boogie down Bronx, she currently lives in Southern California. Jennifer reads for clients and facilitates ArcanaDance experiences all over the country and soon, guided by her birth card, the world!
The Mesquite Tarot 2017
“Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.”
— Rabindranath Tagore
Theme | How to work it
What if there’s a sword for the tragedies of our ancestors? What if our hands remember? A blade for every birth. Every sickness. Every success. What if in life we walk the space between these blades? What if we make and multiply these blades with mental vigils? Are they trophies? Barriers? Needed tools? How can we know for sure we have what it takes to navigate them?
If surrounded on all sides by a wall of your beliefs, sit still.
We can’t drop who or where we are or what we think. Not in an instant. But we can pause and listen to a body that inhabits a world beyond the tiny circle of our perceptions.
Maybe you aren’t about the pause. Maybe you see eight reasons to push through for every clear sign from your life that it’s time to chill. Maybe you don’t yet trust your momentum and think that the moment you stop, it’s over.
There was a time when this was true. Where every defensive thought you have, every depressive episode, and all the doubt would have been the cocoon to keep you safe. There still are those times. The brain conserves automatically. The heart expands with practice.
Your default settings are reptilian, conservative, contractive. Rejoice that they got you to where you are. Your very existence is a triumph. Without tokens of success or status. Without a steady diet of stress. You do not need to earn your way out of your trauma.
What if your openness and healing are generational? What if we share more than circumstance with ancestors? Trust is the vehicle of expansion, the fuel for the heart, the gateway to receiving. Nothing will come through the circle that you don’t invite in.
Honor your swords.
The physical world is black and white; poverty is poverty, despair is despair. Honor the places where you invite in poverty consciousness on top of the actual poverty; habitual despair on top of the fleeting kind. Honor the challenge that popped out from beyond you. Honor the impermanence of all of these swords. No matter how solid they look.
I get it. You need what you need.
Take care to let your perspective pave the way to what’s needed rather than block its path.
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Siobhan is a NYC-born writer, spiritual ally, and pro tarot reader living in central Texas. Her facilitative style is the blended result of over 15 years of tarot study as well as communication styles, shamanic ritual, sacred sexuality, and alternative relationships. She writes a column at littleredtarot.com and is the creator of these monthly ‘Scopes – the first ever collaborative tarotscopes.
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Ostara Tarot (Schiffer Publishing, 2017)
This Aries Season is about transition and movement for you in every sense. A complete shift. You are not at the end nor the beginning but in the flow of the unknown. In the spaces in between…
The Light – 6 of Swords
You are moving towards the light, leaving conflict and nightmares behind you. The snakes have shown their scales. You see the truth with new clarity and realize it’s time to move on to calmer waters. Mental clarity and peace are on their way to you. Keep moving in this positive direction. You may not be able to fully see where you’re headed as of yet, all you know is that you can no longer stay where you’ve been. Use this part of your journey to recover and regain a sense of tranquil serenity.
The Shadow – 8 of Cups
There is sadness in transition, in change. As we leave our comfort zones for something new, we often look back longingly at what once was or what could’ve been. There is a mental transition, yes, but often that may be easier than leaving the emotions or relationships behind. Don’t get caught up in the loss or longing. Take the lesson and leave the rest. Yes, you may be a bit unhappy that this transition has to occur in the first place. However, you do realize it is necessary to bring you closer to your joy.
The Anchor – The Emperor
The namesake of the season shows up for you dear Pisces with The Emperor proudly displaying his horns. Embrace the energetic vibration of Aries as a saving grace, an anchor, a lifeboat, a way out – a lifeline. For calm and stability amidst all of this shifting, this transition, this movement. Determined and focused although a bit impulsive and aggressive at times, The Emperor knows what they want, who they are, and their skill set, for that, is how they make their mark on the world. They are fearless! The Emperor invites you to learn these things about yourself this Aries Season. This is about the study of you and what you’re made of – your boundaries, ethics, integrity, sense of personal autonomy and individuality. Who ARE you Pisces? This Aries season, you just might find out.
From my soul to yours,
[Tweet “#Pisces, Flow in the spaces in between. #tarotscopes by @mavenunmasked”]
Ariel is a Certified Psychic Medium and Tarot Reader in the greater Annapolis, MD area who has been practicing since 2014. She uses her psychic ability and intuition to guide her in her readings, providing loving, healing guidance to others. As the creator of Maven Unmasked, she encourages others to take off their mask and allow their innermost wisdom to shine through in a true, authentic expression of themselves. Ariel offers high vibe guidance, readings, videos, & blogging with a focus on healing, spiritual growth + development, creativity, and empowerment – all from her soul to yours.