Do you even tarot without music?
I wrote a rundown of this kind of reading in this post, if you have any questions that would be a good place to start.
Who I Was
The Ace of Wands represents the expansion of your ideas. Wands are related to the fire element, which is all about action, action, action. But, much like Jupiter ruled Sagittarius, it’s easy to have lots of ideas without a lot of follow through. Just remember to strike a balance between thoughtfulness and exuberance.
Who I Am
The Four of Swords is our own mental fortitude. Its the strength we use to hold ourselves together when it feels like everything else around us is falling apart. With this card, more than ever, one needs to find peaceful rituals to keep that calm and strength going. In addition to tarot readings, I also do yoga. I know, I’m such a cliché.
Who I Will Be
The Father of Swords is the ability to remove oneself from a situation and be unbiased. Swords are represented by the element of Air, which is inherently detached. It’s the just and analytical sides of ourselves, which, along with compassion and understanding, it seems we need now more than ever. Progress can’t be made with offensiveness and defensiveness.
Anyway, thanks for reading and let me know what you think in the comments. Bye!
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