03-The Empress Upright Mage Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

Things should be going very well for you at work right now, but if they’re not then this card indicates that things will get better. Things may not be perfect when they do but they will be significantly better. People will be inspired by your ideas, your passions, and your way of doing things. Let your inner voice guide you in how you operate. The Empress directs us to follow our bliss, and that the rest will follow. In this analytical day and age where everything seems to be quantified down to the nth degree most companies reward left-brain thinking and ignore the creative right-brain side of things. As with most endeavors there should be balance and that is also what The Empress is all about. Without creativity so much becomes merely mundane.

Card Meanings: Harmony, Development, Nature, Motherhood, Fertility, Accomplishment Action, Femininity, Evolution, Creativity, Sensuality, Nurturing, Beauty, Pregnancy

The Empress is an archetype of feminine power; she is watery, hard to fathom, mysterious, fertile, and sexual. She augurs a need for us to be in touch with our feminine side, to listen to our intuition, and to give priority to our emotions and passions. The Empress does not play by the rules. She has her own way of doing things and her own idea of what is right and what is wrong in any and all endeavors. That doesn’t mean she will always get her way, but she is a reminder not to ignore your creative and intuitive side. She can signify coming abundance but don’t make the mistake of thinking that that will always mean financially. There are many types of wealth and richness in life and money is only one of them. The Empress can encompass any or all of them.

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Portable Magic: Venus is in her correct position on the Empress, who need not be moved. However, the trump of the next Double letter, the Wheel of Fortune, receives the planet Jupiter in the Golden Dawn correspondences. If the natural order of the planets is to be preserved, we must assign the astrological Sun to the trump the Wheel. And what could be a more perfect fit? The Sun is the great wheel of the heavens. It has been depicted in this way in the mythology of countless cultures. It is a good deal more appropriate, symbolically, than Jupiter.

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Tarot Triumphs: The Empress is the highest female authority in worldly terms; she helps to guard the order of civilization and represents the power of the land. But also, her role as the mother of heirs is implicit; there is often a strong hint of pregnancy in the card’s image. She is therefore in a sense both a kind of earth mother, with the warmth and nurturing that this implies, and the strict keeper of human rules. The juxtaposition of these qualities is in fact not unlike those found in ordinary motherhood, where a mother has a close instinctive bond with her child, but also establishes, in a considered way, patterns of routine to govern behavior and help the child’s development. The Empress, therefore, can both be seen as a stern, controlling woman and also one of fertility and sexuality. Attempting to understand both sides of her nature leads us deeper into the significance of the symbol.14