The Death Card In Tarot

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Merry Meet :)))  As we enter a time of big energetic shifts, it is not uncommon for those shifts to bring about changes.   Some of these changes are pretty big changes and accordingly as I’m doing reading through this period of time I’m finding that the Death card is coming up more frequently.

One of the most important things I want you to remember in your life is that you never need to be afraid of the tarot.  You may get a reader who’s interpretation may be scary but that’s what it is, their interpretation.  The tarot is never meant to scare you but to rather provide information that will help you on your path going forward.  My job as a reader is to interpret that information in the best way possible to help to give you the knowledge you need to make the changes that you want to in your life and the moves that you want on your path.

This card is one of the ones that people are often scared of and I can tell you it has come to be a card that I love.  Many years ago when I started reading the cards I use to always get this card and the tower card.  It mean that there were things wrong in my life and there were changes that needed to be made so that I could live my life as I was meant to, as my true self without the emotional burdens that I was carrying at the time.

When you look at this card I want you to focus on the girl surrounded by light and all dressed in white.  She is where your focus should be as if you make the changes that death is bringing you then you should find the freedom in your life that you wish.  You will remove that which is no longer in your greater interest.  Death hardly ever indicates the death of a person but instead indicates the death of something in your life which is no longer for your greater good.

I see universal energy at the bottom of this card which more often than not means that the Universe is involved in the changes going on in your life so you need to be open to them.  The child also has special meaning as she represents your childhood innocence.  What would you need to change in your life to bring back the freedom that you had as a child?

This is a really powerful card that usually means powerful changes are coming but I don’t want you to fear change or this card.  Change can bring some amazingly beautiful things in your life like a good relationship, tons of furbabies, a mini-farm on your property and a career that echoes exactly who you are in life.  I would know. :)) I followed the advice of the card. :))))))

Have a magickal day!

Much Love and Many Blessings,

Jasmeine Moonsong

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