10. THE WHEEL
— A lucky time to move ahead —
THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE TAROT CARD MEANING
THE WHEEL TAROT MESSAGE
luck, destiny, the ups and downs of life, seeking serendipity, spinning the wheel of fortune, fortuitous timing
We often desire to create change when we feel discomfort, lack or dissatisfaction. What do you desire to create when you are in a place of joy? When the wheel of fortune is spinning in your favor, do you use its momentum to expand?
EXPERIENCING the Tarot WHEEL
She has been up here before. And down there. She has been all of these things, through her journey of discovery. No one, not even the Muse of the Wheel, has learned how to love life to the fullest without experiencing the absence of happiness from time to time. Yet she has learned to enjoy all the stages, knowing she will rise and fall like the moon. She spins and shifts, fluidly… wavering for a moment, and then she shifts again. She smiles down at the earth, knowing that we may find these ups and downs confusing. She reminds you to call on the Muse of the Wheel to spin some karmic beauty to move you ahead, as she will hear you when you need her. She especially loves to spin the wheel for those who carry memories of discomfort in their genes, as experiences or ancestral DNA are cycles that she loves to heal. Other times, she gifts us the seeds of luck and fate to carry with us, as she can use them to seed more serendipity on our paths. (Oh, how she loves to create serendipity!) If you seek to see the spinning fortunes that lie ahead, she always places her breadcrumbs of laughter and love within reach. Seek them, knowing that your destiny, your fortune and your fate are bubbling with positive magic lying dormant to be found, and that divine timing will guide them to the surface of your experience.
Imagine your ups and downs on the wheel of life. Like a spinning ferris-wheel, notice the cyclical nature of your journey. Learn from your feelings of climbing up and sliding down, and remember how many times you landed back on your feet, at the top. And then stay there, peacefully, as the wheel spins.
Draw the mandala wheel of your life. (Or your last few years. Or months.) Pinpoint the seasons. The ups and down. Make marks on the moments that felt good. Make marks on the seasons that didn’t. Are there any patterns? Can you see how beautiful your cycles are?