Jan 4, 2011

Shake, Rattle And Roll

There’s no getting around this one, The Tower is the second most unwelcome card in a reading yet, at the same time, it does not warrant feelings of panic or fear. The card can often indicate an event or period of time that could be challenging and difficult but, as is so often the case, one disaster can often lead to a new victory.

The Tower represents a shedding of the old... In its place comes another level of consciousness. This heightened awareness is a result of a new form of communication with the higher mind or divine spirit. The information we once received as part of our intuitive process has little consequence against the divine messages of the universe. We are at its mercy and must learn to trust its illuminating light and wisdom. The goal is to find faith in our new sense of connection with a higher consciousness and trust its positive intent and constructive messages.

When we are so entrenched in one single way of life, or one inflexible way of thinking we sometimes need to get a little rattled to get out of our daze. This is exactly what the Tower card represents. It's as if we we've been comatose and the Universe comes along with those electric paddles to jolt our hearts back to life

No matter what the entire message of the card (in conjunction with other cards) the questioner will experience a new beginning and improved conditions which will help him/her regain a sense of peace, emotional balance, and/or power in life and career. It points to a new opportunity with encouragement to go for it! At the very least, it’s time to discern what is meaningful with the additional recommendation to remain calm in the face of unexpected changes, all the while, listening to the inner voice that assures that everything is going to be all right.

Tarot of the Magical Forest

Next Week, Death

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