tarot Supports Transitions

So, what Transition are You in right now?

I feel like this question could be the new, “What’s your Sign?”

This year has been so full of learning and growth and, yet again, we are collectively entering a new stage of this odd era. Simply shifting into summer at this point feels a bit dramatic.

Tarot is at it’s best when we are in a liminal space between phases of our life. Luckily for readers, these are super common.

One of my favorite groups to read for, who I do a shout out to in this week’s YouTube, are those heading into retirement.

In a sense, this last year has offered many of us a chance to see what we might do with ourselves if we suddenly didn’t have a job. Of course, there were limitations to travel and socializing, which we may hope to enjoy when we each get to hang up our hat at work for good.

However, I personally gained a lot of insights into how I want to spend my time when I have more of it.

Cooking, reading, taking in moments with nature . . . all of these have added value to my experience of life this past year.

What has it been for you? How can this give you a sense of what you really want to become when you shift from your working life into retirement?

I am pretty sure that I want to keep reading tarot and coach intuition as I get older and, praise be, wiser. So who knows if I’ll ever retire fully?

To consider transitions deeper, I offer some thoughts around the Wheel of Fortune, the archetype of change. Enjoy learning about this card while also considering where you’re at in your current swirl of the wheel.

If you want to better access your own certainty during uncertain times, contact me for an Intuition Coaching session or package.

Alternatively, you can get psychic guidance when you  reach out to me for a session.

Take care of yourself, wherever you are in your phases.

May all your Transitions Be Smooth,
Jenna Lynne Roberts

Card for the Week: The Wheel of Fortune 🎰⚖️🔮☯️☸️

“When you’re up, you’re up, and when you’re down you’re down you’re down, and when you’re only halfway up, you’re neither up nor down.”
-Grand Old Duke of York

When you go to a meditation 🧘‍♀️ retreat, you are focusing on the state of constant change. One emotion evolves into another 😩😥🤣 One sensation arises and then passes away. 🤕🤑🤩 The goal is to become detached from the desire to keep the pleasure or release the pain, so we become accepting with things just as they are. 😌☮️

This is the wheel of Dharma ☸️ in Buddhism. In Taoism, the polarity of Yin ☯️ Yang creates balance of that which appears in paradox. In Western antiquity, Lady Fortuna became deified to pray to for good luck.

It ain’t easy. And we all are currently in a collective transition. Limbo hovers on some aspect of most of our lives.

This week, consider how you can find equanimity with some aspect that you have no power over. Maybe say the serenity prayer to yourself. Find a friend who can laugh with you at this patience that’s required of us all. Sit in the paradox of ambiguous feelings that don’t seem to make sense, but do exist simultaneously.

And notice what aspect of transition you’re in right now. Find compassion for the uncertainty that you sit with. Praise yourself for how well you’re managing.

Maybe even sign up for a tarot reading that can help you make more sense of it all.

Decks (upper left to bottom right): Spirit Science Patch Tarot, New Era Elements Tarot, Elf of Heaven Tarot, Bosch Tarot, Playful Heart Tarot, World Spirit Tarot

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