A Tarot Student's Journey

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A Spiritual Journey

There comes a time in every journey when it’s time to move on. Leave your baggage behind and move on. Sometimes, in relationships, this can feel feel like selfishness. But you have to look after yourself before you can truly care for another person. This card is about knowing when that end is nigh and being strong enough to chose the path that’s right for you.

I think this card is also about spiritual journeys and I was reminded of a spot I hiked to last summer on the long distance walk I did. The highest point of the week long trek was also the mid point and I could both see where I’d come from and where I was heading. To one side, hills and to the other, sea. I am itching for another long walk to blow the cobwebs out and connect with myself again. I take this card as affirmation that a long walk is something I need to do.

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