00-The Fool Reversed Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Card Meanings: Hesitation, Bad Choice, Indecision, Apathy, Distraction, Carelessness, Injustice, Irrationality, Stupidity, Negligence, Lack Of Fun, Recklessness

The Fool is a joyous and exciting card – combining both perfect trust and self reliance. As the very first card in the Tarot deck, it marks the moment upon which we embark on a new phase in our spiritual journey. When we explore new terrain, we are bound sometimes to encounter danger or challenge. The Fool’s energy gives us the power and self-confidence to move through challenges with an open heart, to recognise friends and to gather experiences to us as the true treasures that they are.

Innocence is a devalued quality these days. We forget that to approach life with eyes that are new each morning reveals to us more of life’s mystery than anything else. We cannot substitute the sheer growth permitted by trust and innocence with cynicism nor prior knowledge. So, on a day ruled by the Fool, we need to lift our hearts upwards and open them to the richness and beauty of life. We need to regard ourselves as travelling through a land of wonderment and joy. We need to encourage excitement and exhilaration, and to look constantly for that which is new and bright and hopeful in every step we take. We also need to trust to the life process, and to remember that, by and large, the gods have no need of our suffering, and every need of our joy, laughter and celebration. In readings he reminds you to keep your faith and trust your natural responses.

If you are facing a decision or moment of doubt, the Fool tells you to believe in yourself and follow your heart no matter how crazy or foolish your impulses may seem.

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Development for Beginners: Step 3: Check the amount of tension in your body. Do this by isolating sections of your body and progressively relaxing the muscles. Concentrate on your body’s various parts, starting with your feet and working your way up all the way to your head and face, really ‘feeling’ each part with your mind. If you notice any tightness along the way, concentrate on relaxing those muscles.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Mathers (1888): Mercy, beneficence, kindness, goodness; (R) Over-kindness, weakness, foolish exercise of generosity.

Tarot for Beginners: While the history of the Tarot is at least a few centuries old, the use of the cards specifically for divination purposes came about more recently. And although various myths persist about the origins of Tarot cards, there is no single creator of an ‘original’ deck, and no true original order for the cards in the Major Arcana. Rather, the Tarot evolved over time and through the contributions of many people.

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Angel Encyclopedia: The Vita begins with the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden. Adam says that in order to repent, he will fast for 40 days in the Jordan River. He instructs Eve to go into the Tigris River up to her neck and stand there silently for 37 days. Eve obeys. After 18 days, Satan transforms himself into a bright angel and seeks to lure Eve out of the water with a promise of food. Fooled, she does so, and Satan takes her to Adam. Both Adam and Eve are distressed at Eve’s seduction again.