The problem with tarot

I truly love doing my tarot work. I was cautioned to do it with having a mental illness. I’m thinking due to anxiety it might bring. Well today is one of those days. I pulled my daily draw of the tower which is a very intuitive exhausting card as it essentially means something has to crumble or be broken to rebuild. I clarified with an additional card which was the five of cups. Speaking of sorrow and things lost while still having an opportunity to appreciate what is still standing if you only look.

So far today I have been stressing over this damn card. I know I need to reconcile what is reality of free will and what predictions it might bring. I’m thinking it’s a work thing as I’ve heard there has been some chances. I’m hoping that’s all it means.

2 thoughts on “The problem with tarot

  1. Hi Angela~
    I used to have a couple Tarot decks. Sometimes I would get hung up on the cards I drew as well. Just remember, it could be something happening around you as well. Maybe nothing in YOUR immediate life is crumbling. Maybe it already did and you are in the rebuilding. OR maybe it is happening in the life of someone around you and you are just being made aware.
    Just some thoughts to consider— not that you didn’t have enough to think about (sorry).
    Blessings, Kate

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