Daily Tarot ~ March 25

The Chariot

Battle of Mount Badon

Fortune Cookie: Go after what you really want – aggressively.  But don’t let yourself get pulled out of balance (physically, emotionally, spiritually or in any other way), or lose your cool at a critical moment.

Wowie-Zowie, boys and girls!  We last saw this card around eraly January!   So list ye noo with troolie attent ear an’ sh… shtuff. 

This is a great card for enny time o’ year, because the insights it offers are strong, clear and very important. Even when I’m not.

And, I might add, it’s a superb card for incorporating into an early spring booster, no matter what spiritual path you walk.

Traditional readings for this card include things like succor, providence and triumph.  Or something along the lines ofmake a choice, stand by it and carry it through. Or maybe even willpower, and recognizing that you have the ability to focus your will to accomplish amazing things.

[Yes.  YOU!]

Anna-Marie Ferguson’s Legend Tarot deck has The Chariot indicating victory, leadership and controlling a situation of conflicting sentiments, among other things.

I tend to interpret this card based on the counsel that has seemed most helpful to my clients when it has shown up.

When The Chariot appears, I say:

Okay.  Regarding what you’re asking about, what you want, or whatever the case may be:

Go after it.  Go after it aggressively.  Not even assertively.  Aggressively! Full tilt, run ’em over if they won’t cooperate, surrender or get out of your way kinda aggressively. 

But…

Make very, very sure that in going after what you want, you do not let yourself become pulled off balance or pushed out of balance – or otherwise become out of balance – physically, emotionally, financially, spiritually, romantically, or any-other-ly.

And keep a cool head.

Swear to heaven, I may weep!

Here’s the analogy:  When you’re driving a war chariot into battle, once you’re committed to the fight you’ve gotta push, drive, plunge.  But, if you lose your balance, you’ll get bounced out of the chariot and right onto the point of a spear, thus becoming instant dogmeat.

And when you’re going into battle, you must fight hard but remain cool and focused.  If you give over to wild emotion, you may lose sufficient awareness of what’s really going on around you, and thereby become raven kibble. 

So, today: Go after what you really wantaggressively.  But don’t let yourself get pulled out of balance, or lose your cool at a critical moment.

Bright Blessings, balance, focus and Charge!

Thought for the Day: When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realized that the Lord doesn’t work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me. ~ Emo Phillips

 

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