The earthly background presented in each card is relevant to it’s overall message. As you learn to read the cards, it’s important to consider both the traditional symbolic meanings of the landscape, as well as your own personal associations that speak to you in a reading.
My guest in this gusty video is my dad, William Roberts, who bought me my first tarot deck when I was 14 years old.
Sorry for the windy audio and visuals! It’s the nature of nature shoots.
Share in the comments your own concept of the symbolism of mountains.
The Tarot acts as a tool to better understand how to manage challenges in life and evolve with the lessons offered to us. Whether you are learning the cards, or desire to better understand the bigger picture of what is happening, this video can act as a support.
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The future is always uncertain, and our minds want to prepare for whatever comes. We can quell these fears by catching them as they come, calming the emotional response, and re-envisioning our ideal future. I share in this video a technique for doing all that.
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Share in the comments your own ways of managing your future thoughts.
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Depression has a lot of nuance, and the tarot card archetypes can be a tool to define the details of your struggle and help you see how to overcome those particular challenges. I chose the cards that speak the most directly to these details of the blues, although this is only a limited window into a subject of great depth.
Below are some choices that can be helpful to make for yourself, depending on which suit comes up for you in a reading around internal turmoil, that can help you enact some self-care.
Cups: Tap into creating or engaging with art in a meaningful way. Experience your emotions with acceptance and let them pass. Seek out spiritual guides.
Wands: Exercise physically. Find focus on self-care and don’t spread yourself too thin by doing all the things at once to avoid feelings.
Pentacles: Nourish yourself with healthy food and lots of water. Slow down and find a healthy routine each day. Get your basic needs met.
Swords: Notice how you are feeding your mind, and look for good books and speakers with a positive and empowering outlook. Find a good counselor who listens well. Be kind to yourself in your thoughts.
If you are depressed to the point of ending your life, please contact your local Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Australia: 13 11 14
UK: 8457 90 90 90
Take care of yourself! You are not alone.