Tarot

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A Personal Journey Through the Tarot: The Hanged Man and the Knights

The typical Hero’s journey hinges on a devastating event that not only changes the life of the soon to be hero but also ultimately threatens his tribe. There is no going back to the way things where so the young person is faced with a choice. Wallow in the loss, or accept the new reality. Wallowing in the loss leads to victimization, accepting the new reality leads to victory. The Knight chooses victory.

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A Personal Journey Through the Tarot: Justice and the Pages

Today I contemplate Justice and the Pages. The unexamined life is not worth living. – Socrates. To decide what is Just/Right for me and my life I need to do a little self examination. Through the pages I ask myself: Are my beliefs Just? Is my passion fuelled? Are my emotions honoured? Am I taking care of the essentials?

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A Personal Journey Through the Tarot: The Wheel and the Tens

Today I contemplate the Wheel and the Tens. James T. Kirk says in Return to Tomorrow; “I don’t believe we can stop. In fact, through all our existence the frightened and faint hearted have been warning men not to push any farther not to learn any more, not to hope, grow and exceed themselves. I don’t believe we can stop, I don’t believe we are meant too.”

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A Personal Journey Through the Tarot: Hierophant and the Fives

Today I contemplate the Hierophant and the Fives. Have I become so inflexible in my beliefs and assumptions that I would rather suffer the consequences then reconsider my position? Is my ego so fragile that I need to be conceded to in all aspects of my life? Is it my way or the highway?

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A Personal Journey Through the Tarot: Emperor and the Fours

Today I contemplate the Emperor and the fours. It is easier for people to thrive when they have a clear understanding of what is expected of them. When a firm hand of discipline is tempered with mercy and understanding loyalty arises. Then everyone working together can find enjoyment in the process.