Tarot Card of the Day 06 30 2022
The Native American Tarot by Magda Weck Gonzalez
Strength & Contentment
When shuffling this particular deck, it’s good to keep an open mind about the message it’s about to give. This particular deck of cards is very forthright in it’s illustrations and energy.
Every day, you are on a path to strengthen your abilities. The work is hard, and seemingly endless, however there is change in sight. As you perfect your skills and reach new levels of understanding, you are gaining valuable muscle in every sense. Your body is strengthened by your commitment to living a bit healthier, your mind because stronger because you are accepting yourself, and your spirit grows more alive each time you reach into the other world. You are killing it on all levels. Keep up the amazing work and don’t belittle your actions. You are an example of better things to come.
What are Tarot Cards?
It’s believed that tarot cards date back to the 1400s in parts of Europe. The wealthy classes in France and Italy used Tarot cards initially as a parlor game. About three hundred years later, our ancestors began assigning meanings to specific cards and designing layouts to better understand their fortunes. There are 78 cards in a traditional deck of tarot cards. Although the cards are very different from their original counterparts, the tarot is still important for connecting with the higher self and receiving insights from the divine.
This is just a brief history of Tarot cards. Are you interested in learning more? Contact me! I have reading lists and resources for you to gain a better understanding of this ancient practice.