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Card Meanings: Delays, Disruption, Outside Influences, Bad Luck, Interruption, Disorder, External Forces, Lack Of Control, Upheaval, Unwelcome Change, Failure
As the wheel of life turns, and we struggle to get to grips with it, gradually we learn the trick of getting things to go our way. Often we interpret this as luck – though we each make our own luck in life – good and bad! Fortune holds the secret of learning to harness the positive forces in life and to turn these to our advantage. The very first thing we have to accept is that what we send out is what we get back – its form may be slightly altered, but it remains the fruit of our initial seeding thought. The next thing we have to accept is that good fortune is limitless – you don’t take it from somebody else by receiving it yourself. There’s more than enough abundance to go around in this Universe. And finally, you have to open yourself to receive your share. Often we don’t like to do this, for fear of disappointment or disillusionment. If we put our hopes on something and it doesn’t materialise, does that mean we aren’t ‘good enough’? Rather than face that dichotomy, we often shut our minds altogether, with the result that we don’t get the things we want and need.
A day ruled by Fortune is one in which miracles should happen. It’s a day to wish with all your heart for the things you need, and then trust that as they fly out into the Universe they take shape, and prepare to return to you. Be alert to chance meetings, opportunities and quirky happenings on this day. Fate has a funny way of re-arranging things. Be open to receiving things that come as open-hearted gifts. And do the affirmation very often!! In readings, the Wheel of Fortune can indicate a vision or realization that strikes with great force. If you’ve been struggling with a problem or tough situation, this card can signal that you will find the answer if you stand back and view everything from a larger perspective.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Maslow described certain mystical experiences as peak experiences, which were therapeutic and essential to health, wellbeing and the development of potential.
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Elements of the Psychic World: 1 0 Wheel of Fortune: representing karma, reincarnation, consequences of chance happenings, cycles, motifs, optimism, generosity.
Tarot Triumphs: TarocchiUsually used as a name for specific card games played with Tarot decks, or a version of the Tarot. These games are still popular in Italy and France and come in a variety of forms.
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Tarot Triumphs: The top and bottom cards are often very important in the reading. We’ve already looked at their function both in the preliminary exercises in this chapter and as unifiers in terms of chronological time, but it may be helpful to expand their significance. In terms of the above and below triangles, the topmost card (18) represents the apex, the driving force or expression of the situation ‘out there.’ The bottommost card (19) summarizes the internal motivation of the individual in question at present, or the hidden force underpinning a situation. The interplay of the two can also be considered. For instance, if a person has asked about his current employment and the top card (18) is the Wheel of Fortune and the bottom card (19) is the Chariot, it may be appropriate to say (taking other cards and positions into account): ‘You are at heart very ambitious, but in your current work you’re subject to too many changes outside your control to achieve your aims.’