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The Emperor Tarot Card
The Fool has worked his way through the first three incarnations of the Major Arcana, both male and female. He has learned what it feels like to live, love and laugh. And now, he finds himself face to face with the Emperor.
The Empress Tarot Card
During his journey thus far, the Fool has discovered that he is alive and that he can fend for himself in the natural world. He has also discovered that he has a past, a present and a future. And, now, he encounters the Empress.
The Fifteen Card Spread
The Fifteen Card Spread is a great "snapshot" of a situation. It is actually five Three Card Spreads representing different aspects in a past, present and future context. It can be particularly useful when used with just the Minor or the Major Arcana cards.
The Five of Cups
The Five of Cups is all about loss and regret on one level, but on another level is provides the opportunity to leave the past behind and move forward into a new aspect of life. Sometimes getting caught up in the past denies us the process of living fully in the moment.
The Five of Pentacles
The Five of Pentacles basically explains the ebb and flow of finances. But, it also represents the spiritual aspect of abundance. Material possessions should never be the most important part of anyone's life. Sometimes the more you have the less you are able to live a rich and prosperous life.
The Five of Swords
Have you ever been in a situation in which your ego takes complete control? When you are at the top of the ladder you may think you are invincible. However, sometimes when your ego takes over you may inflict emotional wounds on those around you. That is when the fall from the top can be painful.
The Five of Wands
The world would be a really uninteresting place without diversity. What we believe and how we act on our beliefs is a reflection of who we are both individually and collectively. However, different belief systems can incite conflict on many different levels. Thus speaks the Five of Wands.
The Fool Card in Tarot
As the Fool begins his journey, let's take a look at who he is and what he represents to you.
The Four of Cups
Just like Buddha under the Bodhi tree, our young healer is deep in contemplation. So deep, in fact, that he is completely missing the Cups that are being offered to him. He needs to pay attention. This is the message inherent in the Four of Cups.
The Four of Pentacles
The interesting thing about the suit of Pentacles is that it describes the natural evolution of one's relationship with finances. If your relationship with money takes precedence over everything else in your life, you might be a prime example of the what the Four of Pentacles symbolizes.
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