Tarot Advice - Guidance in Every Card

Tarot isn’t just for divination – it can also be a wonderful tool for guidance.  In this series, we’ll explore the advice options for every card.

With a Tarot deck by your side, you can make clear decisions, deal with challenges confidently, and find alternate routes when necessary.  The result? The best possible guidance for the future you want. 

Join me every Friday for a new installment – and get ready to add some helpful advice + loving support to your Tarot readings.


Tarot Advice - Guidance in Every Card: Death

This week: Death

The Death card symbolizes change or transformation. As advice, this says: embrace change.  Do not fear it or run from it. Instead, lean into it. Initiate it, if need be.

Let go of the old, the outworn, all the things you’ve outgrown.  Do not hold on to the past for the past is gone.

Declutter. Liquidate. Get rid of it all. Get down to the bones. Clear it all away to make way for new growth.

Out with the old, in with the new.

This can also be advising you that it’s time to change your ways.  If you have been on the wrong path, it’s not too late to transform yourself.

Death reversed:

It may not be time for change. Perhaps you’re not ready.  Or the circumstances aren’t favorable. Whatever the case may be, pause before taking action.

This could also be pointing out resistance or fear blocking progress.  If that is so, the advice might be to confront those issues, even if only internally.

Are you holding on to a dying situation? Trying to revive something that has failed?  Stop trying to reanimate what is clearly gone. Let go.

Questions to ponder:

What you are willing and ready to let go of? What needs to go?  How do you feel about change?  Where do you need to make big, bold changes in your life? When was a time where you completely surrendered to change?



© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2016

Explore the whole series here: Tarot Advice – Guidance in Every Card.

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